Even though the 19th Century ended three weeks before, it was the death of Queen Victoria, the last British monarch of the Hanover Dynasty, that was felt by the world as the end of an epoch.
She died January 22, 1901, 6:30 PM, at Osborne House (50N45'34'', 1W16'11'') on the Isle of Wight, having reigned more than 63 years since her coronation June 28, 1838. During her term, she populated with her children most of the royal houses of Europe and saw her empire expand greatly. (Her formal coronation was a year after her reign began on June 28, 1838.) At her death, she was England's longest-reigning monarch.
The charts below are for London, as representing the entire nation. Notice that the Master Charts of both the year and the month, and the master indicator of the day - Capsolar, Caplunar, and CapQ - all remarkably show the "end of an era" symbolism perfectly.
Pluto on Dsc (1°45')
Uranus on Asc (5°37')
-- Uranus-Pluto op. (1°01')
[NOTE: A stationary Mars squares Uranus, though it is itself quite cadent.]
[NOTE: The Cansolar had been predictive of what was coming. A Moon-Pluto near-partile square was anchored by Pluto 0°03' from Midheaven! Moon, the Queen herself, was 2°09' below Dsc.]
t. Pluto conj. Cansolar MC 10/4-1/29
t. Pluto sq. Cansolar Moon 12/22-5/6
t. Uranus sq. Cansolar Moon 1/3-2/18
Event Window: January 3-29
Pluto sq. MC (0°31')
Uranus sq. MC (1°10')
-- Uranus-Pluto op. (0°39')
Mars on MC (3°10')
Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits
p. Asc conj. t. Uranus (1°10'), s. Uranus (0°45'); op. t. Pluto (1°39'), s. Pluto (1°46')
-- t. Uranus-Pluto op. 0°29', partile aligned with s. Uranus-Pluto 61'
p. Asc sq. s. Mars (1°44')
t. Venus sq. s. MC (1°25')
Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
p. Asc sq. s. Pluto (0°56')
p. MC op. t. Neptune (1°36')
t. Pluto conj. s. MC (1°55'), sq. s. Moon (0°29')
t. Uranus sq. s. Moon (0°00')
Year: Pluto (Uranus). Uranus-Pluto.
Bridge: Uranus, Pluto x2 (Can).
Month: Uranus Pluto (Mars). Uranus-Pluto.
Day (Capsolar): Mars Uranus Pluto Uranus-Pluto (CapQ). Venus (transit).
Day (Cansolar): Neptune Pluto (CanQ). Uranus Pluto (transits).
I will archive recent major events here while deciding whether to permanently integrate them into the research catalogue.
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