Discovery of Jamaica May 1494


Christopher Columbus discovered Jamaica on May 5, 1494. The ascendant of 06 Cancer for this 9 am find is a “dark archway with ten logs” highlighting what would become a history of great potential undermined by bondage and fear. Venus opposes Neptune, out of quadrature no less, highlighting the beauty of the Caribbean island , the idyllic environment but a shady morality –hints of the … Continue reading Discovery of Jamaica May 1494

1st Natl Woman Suffrage Convention


Seneca Falls was established as the first convention in the 1890s by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, neither of whom had attended, but the true  first event used to anchor the movement was on October 23, 1850 in Worcester, Massachusetts.¹  The Seneca Falls dates of July 18-19th 1848,   was adopted to  acknowledge Nantucket born Lucretia Mott work, because she was the defacto … Continue reading 1st Natl Woman Suffrage Convention

1884 Colliery cave in Wilkes Barre


This news item came from the Wyoming Valley, Northeastern Pennsylvania history group on FB.  I put together a chart representing the event wanting to see what it would resemble; that is above.  The most noticeable thing about the cave in is that the moon bucket handle works like a vortex sucking all the other planets, spread like a bowl, into it, creating a vacuum.  It … Continue reading 1884 Colliery cave in Wilkes Barre

Cave-in, Larksville PA 1922


The history of the event We have highlighted another cave-in around the Northeastern Pennsylvania area that was a large mining district because of its hard firing, cleaning-burning coal:  the best coal ever discovered throughout the world.  This one, in 1922 in nearby Larksville, destroyed a high school on August 24, 1922.  There are no casualties mentioned and while school does start earlier in Pennsylvania than … Continue reading Cave-in, Larksville PA 1922

William Wallace, Scot Freedom Fighter


The header image is from History Unrevealed, August 2018 issue.  His memoriam date is August 23, Julian style, 1305.  Since we did Robert the Bruce we felt it was only right to do him as well, plus the magazine attributes to him a great quote. With modern planets, and a execution time of 12 noon, his lutonian handle gets the Hyperion symbol of a “Mouse … Continue reading William Wallace, Scot Freedom Fighter

Prohibition Starts midnight 6-30-1919


Basically this chart is a bundle with an Uranian handle in the sixth house.  Uranus is also the only retrograde planet in the chart.  The asteroid chart is supplied above and has an interesting aspect between asteroid Li and Venus suggesting that the legislators were quite aware that this would not work. The ascendant is 22 Virgo, that has the Hyperion Symbol of “a small … Continue reading Prohibition Starts midnight 6-30-1919

#292 Vernon California, Boxing & Jack Doyle


The city of Vernon is best known today for its meatpacking plants and slaughterhouses, but nearly a century ago vied with Madison Square Garden for the title of “Boxing Capital of the World.” In his Vernon Arena, promoter Jack Doyle staged 20-round world championship fights and, between bouts, allowed the sporting set to refresh itself in a saloon with the “longest bar in the world” … Continue reading #292 Vernon California, Boxing & Jack Doyle

The chart for Independence Day


We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive … Continue reading The chart for Independence Day