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Angularity & British Royalty

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun May 07, 2017 10:42 pm

To date, 11 monarchs have sat upon Britain's throne from the Houses of Hanover and Windsor. We have exact birth times for all of them except that we have no birth times for George I or George II. This leaves only 9 examples.

The terms Foreground, Middleground, and Background are used as defined here:
http://solunars.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=2079

By these definitions,

There is a 22.2% chance of a planet being Foreground (2 times out of 9: significant it at least 5 times).
There is a 33.3% chance of a planet being Middleground (3 times out of 9; significant if 0 or at least 6 times).
There is a 44.4% chance of a planet being Background (4 times out of 9; significant if 1 or less, or if 7 or more).

Four these nine timed horoscopes, we learn the following:

Sun: F 2, M 4, B 3.
Moon: F 3, M 5, B1 [The 1 background time, it is also on an angle.]
Mercury: F 3, M 2, B 4
Venus: F 1, M 5, B 3
Mars: F 2, M 6, B 1 [1 M'ground time, it was also on an angle]
Jupiter: F 3, M 5, B 1 [1 M'ground time, it was also on an angle]
Saturn: F 3, M 4, B 2
Uranus: F 2, M 5, B 2 [1 M'ground time, it was also on an angle]
Neptune: F 2, M 5, B 2 [1 M'ground time, it was also on an angle]
Pluto: F 3, M 4, B 2 [1 B'ground time, it was also on an angle]

Of all of these figures, the one that appears to be significant is that Jupiter is not background. The 1 example of a background Jupiter was Edward VIII (better known as the late Duke of Windsor), who abdicated. In all other cases, Jupiter is Foreground or Middleground.

Counting both foreground placements and non-foreground angular contacts, Jupiter and the Moon have the most (4 each) and Venus has the least (1).
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