#10 Envisioning Europe, Swiss leader Gustave Ador


Gustave Ador data is incorrect in the Jones 1000 — his birthday is reckoned to be November 23, 1895 in Geneva, canton of Geneva, Switzerland, but it is really a month later, December 23, 1845. Jones states that was born at 1 am we are going with an ascendant of Taurus 02 and 1 pm. His grandfather emigrated to Geneva from Vaud, an agricultural canton, … Continue reading #10 Envisioning Europe, Swiss leader Gustave Ador

Flying with the Eagles – Nick Foles


Our header image is of Nick and his wife Tori (Moore) Foles.  They are a tall couple:  he is 6’6″ and she is 5’10”.  They have a daughter, Lily James Foles, born June 2017.                                Composite Nick and Tom This first chart is Foles and Brady composite chart, that connects the midpoint of two people to get a better understanding of how they interrelate.  In … Continue reading Flying with the Eagles – Nick Foles

#101 Dr. Alexis Carrel & the Dakin Solution


Before Dr. Alexander Fleming invented penicillin, Dr. Carrel developed the Dakin Solution, a type of hypochlorite solution made from bleach that is diluted and then treated to decrease skin irritation. Chlorine, the active ingredient in Dakin’s solution, is a potent antiseptic that kills most forms of bacteria and viruses. This simple solution saved many men in World War I and is still used when people … Continue reading #101 Dr. Alexis Carrel & the Dakin Solution

#572 Prince Leopold of England, hemophiliac


Prince Leopold was the eighth child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and the youngest of their sons.  He was born April 7, 1853, and delivered with the aid of chloroform, administered by the Royal accoucheur, Dr. John Snow.  He was the first of the Queen’s children to be born with her under it;  Beatrice who followed four years later and was the last of … Continue reading #572 Prince Leopold of England, hemophiliac