#8 Mary Adams Lloyd, numerologist


Marc Jones lists this lady as a numerologist; nothing else is known. Her ascendant is 03.14 Cancer that is rounded up to 04 Cancer.  It gives the Hyperion symbol of a "young boy learning the teaching of moksha," the Hindu and Jain concept of aim of life is to follow one's path in life via … Continue reading #8 Mary Adams Lloyd, numerologist

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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 … Continue reading 1st Natl Woman Suffrage Convention

#13 Robert Seymour Bridges, poet


In Autumn Moonlight In autumn moonlight, when the white air wan Is fragrant in the wake of summer hence, 'Tis sweet to sit entranced, and muse thereon In melancholy and godlike indolence: When the proud spirit, lull'd by mortal prime To fond pretence of immortality, Vieweth all moments from the birth of time, All things … Continue reading #13 Robert Seymour Bridges, poet

#454 Calling the astrologer Herschell


Attached is his chart and the header picture is of Frome, England. Who is he we found no clues except that Astrotheme.org cites Jones. If his map is to be trusted, Herschell was a bright fellow with fine taste. His ascendant at 14 Taurus is the same as Annie Besant's North Node and conjunct the … Continue reading #454 Calling the astrologer Herschell

#29 Alfred Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha


Prince Alfred was  24 when died.  His sister, Marie of Roumania #646 on the Jones 1000, wrote that his health broke down while the Times of London said that Prince Alfred's death was due to a tumor, but it seems clear that as The Complete Peerage states, he shot himself and was a suicide. He … Continue reading #29 Alfred Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

#618 James Ramsay MacDonald, Labour PM


In Mac Jones, The Essentials of Astrology, he writes that James R. MacDonald is his illustration of the "see saw type" and the real creator and organizer of the Labor Party in Great Britian. MacDonald was born in Lossiemouth, Scotland on October 12, 1866 at 11:24 PM according to Jones.  He was the first Prime … Continue reading #618 James Ramsay MacDonald, Labour PM

#498 Isabella II of Spain, Neptune’s Queen


Bourbon Spanish queen Isabella II succeeded to the throne after her father died on September 29, 1833 because his wife demanded it.  In his will, the King listened and  rescinded Salic Law or the tradition in most royalty of Europe prohibiting females and any descendants in the female line from inheriting land, titles, and offices. Isabella … Continue reading #498 Isabella II of Spain, Neptune’s Queen