Apr 14: Leonardo da Vinci & Liz Renay

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Apr 14: Leonardo da Vinci & Liz Renay

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat May 23, 2020 12:07 pm

Da Vinci, Leonardo. April 14, 1452 OS, 9:43 PM LMT, Vinci, Italy (AA).
Renay, Liz. April 14, 1926, 6:00 AM, Chandler, AZ (AA).

Da Vinci's family diary recorded, "A grandson of mine was born April 15, Saturday, three hours into the night." Florentine time measured from sunset, which occurred a6 6:53 PM LMT, so three hours later was 9:53 PM LMT on April 14 (as now measured). (This was April 23 NS.) - I'm not sure why Arthur Blackwell gave 9:46 PM, though the difference is theoretical since this time is only given to the nearest hour.

Of several female possibilities, I picked Liz Renay as somebody audacious an colorful enough to stand beside Leonardo. The other possibilities were successful yet typical and sedate.
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Re: Apr 14: Leonardo da Vinci

Post by Danica » Sat May 23, 2020 1:00 pm

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 12:07 pm

Da Vinci's family diary recorded, "A grandson of mine was born April 15, Saturday, three hours into the night." Florentine time measured from sunset, which occurred a6 6:53 PM LMT, so three hours later was 9:53 PM LMT on April 14 (as now measured). (This was April 23 NS.) - I'm not sure why Arthur Blackwell gave 9:46 PM, though the difference is theoretical since this time is only given to the nearest hour.

Does the Natal you get for him have ASC 22*44' Sco?
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Re: Apr 14: Leonardo da Vinci

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat May 23, 2020 1:03 pm

Danica wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 1:00 pm
Jim Eshelman wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 12:07 pm

Da Vinci's family diary recorded, "A grandson of mine was born April 15, Saturday, three hours into the night." Florentine time measured from sunset, which occurred a6 6:53 PM LMT, so three hours later was 9:53 PM LMT on April 14 (as now measured). (This was April 23 NS.) - I'm not sure why Arthur Blackwell gave 9:46 PM, though the difference is theoretical since this time is only given to the nearest hour.
Does the Natal you get for him have ASC 22*44' Sco?
I get 22°08', using standard coordinates for Vinci, Italy of 43N47, 10E55.
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