U.S. Presidents natal birth place angularity

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U.S. Presidents natal birth place angularity

Post by Arena » Wed May 10, 2017 5:11 pm

Arena wrote:In this thread I've gathered information from Jim's spreadsheet about all the president's natal birth place angularity. The spreadsheet did not indicate the degrees from angles, so Jim needs to tell us which rule he used, 3° or 5° from angles?

Here is the thread that Jim has gathered all the president's angularity in DC.
http://solunars.net/viewtopic.php?f=18& ... 811ea23b51

In the list below I've replicated all that from his thread and then I add into it the natal birth place angularity.

Barack Obama
Pluto sq Asc (0°56')
Moon on Asc (1°24')
Sun 4+° from IC

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on DSC
Moon on IC
Uranus on WP


Bill Clinton
Jupiter on EP (1°10')
Venus remains distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Venus on ASC
Mars on ASC
Neptune on ASC


George W. Bush
Jupiter on IC (1°17')
Moon on IC (1°22')
-- Moon-Jupiter mundane conj. (0°05')
Pluto on Asc (4°40')
Mercury and Saturn distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Moon on IC
Mercury on ASC
Jupiter on IC
Pluto on ASC


Jimmy Carter
Saturn on Asc (0°37')

Natal birth place angularity
Saturn on ASC


George H.W. Bush
Mars on WP (0°59')
Mercury on MC (2°10')

Natal birth place angularity
Jupiter on IC


John F. Kennedy
(None.)

Natal birth place angularity
Saturn on MC


Gerald R. Ford
Venus on Asc (3°05')
Mercury on IC (4°37')
-- Mercury-Venus mundane square (1°32')
Moon, Saturn, and Mars more distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on IC
Mars on ASC
Neptune on IC
Mercury on NP


Richard M. Nixon
Neptune on MC (0°44')
Sun sq. Asc (1°25')

Natal birth place angularity
NONE


Ronald Reagan
Sun on Asc (0°04')
Venus sq. MC (0°27')
Moon sq. Asc (1°36')
Jupiter sq. Asc (2°44')
-- Moon-Jupiter op. (1°08')

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on EP
Mercury on ASC
Uranus on ASC
Neptune on DSC


Lyndon B. Johnson
Moon on EP (1°21')
Mercury on EP (1°48')
-- Moon-Mercury conj. (0°27' in RA)
NB. It would be hard for Johnson's chart to get more eminent than it was for birthplace.

Natal birth place angularity
Jupiter on ASC


Dwight Eisenhower
Moon sq. MC (0°17')
Jupiter on MC (2°11')
-- Moon-Jupiter sq. (0°03')
Venus on Dsc (2°55')
Neptune very distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on DSC
Mars on MC
Uranus on DSC


Harry Truman
Jupiter sq. Asc (0°27')
Moon on EP (1°09')

Natal birth place angularity
NONE


Franklin Roosevelt
Uranus on EP (0°54')
Mars distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Mars on MC
Uranus on ASC


Herbert Hoover
Pluto on Asc (1°42')
Sun on IC (2°59')
-- Sun-Pluto mundane sq (1°17')

Natal birth place angularity
Moon on IC
Mars on IC
Saturn on MC
Pluto on ASC


Calvin Coolidge
Pluto on MC (2°03')

Natal birth place angularity
NONE


Warren G. Harding
Jupiter on MC (4°08')
Neptune distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
NONE


Theodore Roosevelt
Jupiter on Asc (1°12')
Uranus on EP (1°11')
Venus more widely foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Venus on DSC
Jupiter on ASC
Uranus on EP
Neptune on Zn


William H. Taft
Jupiter on Asc (1°06')
Mars, Saturn, Uranus, Pluto distantly angular
-- Uranus-Pluto mundane conj. (0°49')

Natal birth place angularity
Jupiter on ASC
Saturn on IC
Pluto on ASC


Woodrow Wilson
Mercury on IC (0°29')
Saturn distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Mercury on IC
Saturn on MC


William McKinley
Moon on IC (2°46')
Jupiter on IC (2°55')
-- Moon-Jupiter mundane conj. (0°09')
Sun more widely foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Moon on IC
Jupiter on IC
Pluto on DSC


Grover Cleveland
(None; or, Venus somewhat widely angular.)

Natal birth place angularity
Venus on MC


Benjamin Harrison
Neptune sq. MC (0°26')
Moon & Jupiter distantly foreground
-- Moon-Jupiter mundane op. (0°51')

Natal birth place angularity
Moon on N
Jupiter on Z
Neptune on DSC
Pluto on MC


James Garfield
Pluto on Dsc (2°13')

Natal birth place angularity
NONE


Chester Arthur
Sun on EP (0°48')
Pluto & Moon widely foreground
-- Moon-Pluto mundane sq (0°32')

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on ASC
Neptune on IC
Pluto on DSC


Rutherford B. Hayes
Uranus on Dsc (1°07')
Neptune on Dsc (1°16')
-- Uranus-Neptune mundane conj. (0°14')
Pluto sq. Asc (2°22')

Natal birth place angularity
Moon on EP
Jupiter on EP
Uranus on DSC
Neptune on DSC


U.S. Grant
Jupiter sq. MC (1°55')

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on EP
Mars on N
Jupiter on ASC


Abraham Lincoln
Mercury on Asc (2°55')
Saturn sq. Asc (1°12')
Neptune sq. Asc (2°21')
-- Saturn/Neptune sq. MC (0°35')
Pluto sq. MC (1°58)
Sun & Jupiter widely foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on ASC
Saturn on MC
Neptune on MC


Andrew Johnson
(None; or somewhat widely foreground Mars.

Natal birth place angularity
Mars on ASC


Franklin Pierce
Pluto on Asc (1°55')

Natal birth place angularity
Saturn on DSC


Millard Fillmore
Mercury on Asc (0°02')
Jupiter on Dsc (0°18')
-- Mercury-Jupiter mundane op. (0°20')

Natal birth place angularity
Mercury on ASC
Jupiter on DSC


James Polk
Moon on Dsc (1°47')
Jupiter on Asc (3°28')
-- Moon-Jupiter mundane conj. (1°41')
Venus widely foregrund

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on MC
Moon on DSC
Venus on MC
Jupiter on ASC


James Buchanan
Jupiter on IC (4°48')
Moon on Dsc (5°11')
-- Moon-Jupiter mundane sq. (0°23')

Natal birth place angularity
Moon on DSC
Jupiter on IC
Saturn on Z


John Tyler
Sun on Asc (0°53')
Saturn on Asc (2°34')
Mercury distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on ASC


Zachary Taylor
(None.)

Natal birth place angularity
Mars on MC


Martin Van Buren
Sun on Asc (1°06')
Jupiter on EP (1°47')
Venus & Neptune distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on ASC
Jupiter on EP
Uranus on WP
Neptune on MC


William H. Harrison
Mercury on MC (1°47')
Uranus on Asc (2°26')
-- Mercury-Uranus mundane sq. (0°39')
Mars distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Mercury on MC
Venus on MC
Mars on IC
Uranus on ASC
Pluto on MC


John Quincy Adams
Saturn on MC (1°38')

Natal birth place angularity
Pluto on IC


Andrew Jackson
Uranus on Asc (2°33')

Natal birth place angularity
Uranus on ASC
Pluto on MC


James Monroe
Mars on Dsc (0°57')
Saturn on EP (0°40')
Neptune on Dsc (3°35')

Natal birth place angularity
Mercury on N
Mars on DSC
Saturn on EP


James Madison
Sun on IC (2°52')
Saturn & Pluto more distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Sun on IC
Saturn on ASC
Pluto on ASC


Thomas Jefferson
Mars on WP (1°07')
Uranus on Asc (2°44')
Pluto on MC (4°01')
-- Uranus-Pluto mundane sq. (1°17')

Natal birth place angularity
Mars on WP
Uranus on ASC
Pluto on MC


John Adams (for NYC)
Uranus on IC (0°44')
Neptune more distantly foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Uranus on IC
Neptune on MC


George Washington (for NYC)
Mars on Dsc (0°48')
Pluto on Dsc (2°42')
Mercury more widely foreground

Natal birth place angularity
Mercury on MC
Mars on DSC

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Re: U.S. Presidents natal birth place angularity

Post by Arena » Wed May 10, 2017 5:12 pm

by Arena on Thu Nov 12, 2015 4:23 pm

It is evident that angularity plays a HUGE role, both in natal charts and in DC in my opinion. The common theme is that they do have angular planets.

And to break it down I just counted how many angularities each planet has at birth place:
Jupiter 13
Mars 12
Sun 11
Uranus 11
Pluto 11
Saturn 10
Neptune 10
Moon 8
Mercury 8
Venus 5

For comparison here is the frequency for DC angularity
10 Jupiter
8 Moon
7 Sun Uranus Pluto
6 Mercury
5 Saturn
4 Mars
3 Neptune
2 Venus

Also, 7 charts had a partile or nearly-partile foreground Moon-Jupiter aspect.

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Re: U.S. Presidents natal birth place angularity

Post by Arena » Wed May 10, 2017 5:13 pm

by Jim Eshelman on Thu Nov 12, 2015 5:22 pm

Arena wrote:
The spreadsheet did not indicate the degrees from angles, so Jim needs to tell us which rule he used, 3° or 5° from angles?
Horizon & Meridian: 7° in PV longitude
EP & WP: 3° in RA
Z & N: 3° in longitude

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