No records could be found on A. W. Binnie, so his chart is in Placidus format so it can compared to the listing that Marc Jones gives in the Sabian Symbols. He was born October 1, 1889, a year after Jones himself, but in Edinburgh, Scotland.
William Livingston Alden was born in Williamstown, Massachusetts on October 9, 1837, time unrecorded but we have rectified it to 10:50 am giving him a 10 Sagittarius rising. Alden was a see-saw temperament showing the two parts of his life, his outward career of journalism and a writer of science fiction and his Neptunian career … Continue reading #18 William Livingston Alden, canoeist
It's hard to be a boxer ad not want to get hit in the face. Sooner or later, no matter how good you are, you will run into someone who will punch you in the kisser and you'll fold like a cheap card table. That is the story of Pretty Boy Karl Schulze, number 831 … Continue reading #831 Pretty boy Karl Schulze
Danica Patrick’s racing career ended when she crashed into the wall during an Indianapolis 500 race at lap 68 out of 200. She is the only woman to consistently race full time at the top of both IndyCar and NASCAR; physicist Janet Guthrie was the first woman in 1976 to break the sex barrier on … Continue reading Racing with Danica Patrick
Jack Dempsey is one of Marc Jones's notables and comes in at 228. He does not provide the place, but that's easy enough to fix, he was born in a coal mining town in Colorado. The time he states, 5:30 am is also on Astro.com but does not work with the known biographical details of … Continue reading #228 Jack Dempsey and the Stars
Max Baer, born Maximilian Adalbert Baer, is a well known American boxer, cemented into popular culture through his son, Max Baer, jr of Beverly Hillbillies fame where he played Jethro Bodine. With the death of Ellie May, Donna Douglas, Baer fils, is the latest surviving member of the cast. https://youtu.be/VQexg3K8hKY Marc Jones just notes CST … Continue reading #333 Max Baer, sr. the Livermore Larruper
Marc Jones has Schmeling at a standard unknown time with no place, so we put in the Prenzlau location from Astro.com. This chart is what we got. This is the time that Astro.com has for Schmeling 10:50 am. The hour does not change Schmeling much, but it is a rectified time -- which we prefer … Continue reading #829 Max Schmeling the Black Uhlan of the Rhine