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Horoscope of Germany:
The Proclamation of William I




Pluto = 030
Jupiter = 110
Saturn = 110
Venus = 122
Moon = 141
Sun = 201
Neptune = 210
Mercury = 211
Mars = 211
Uranus = 221

Node = Transcendental Node (121)

Germany: The Proclamation of William I

Primary Transcendental Pluto, Secondary Transcendentals Jupiter, Saturn.

Jan 18, 1871
13.00.00 LMT (+00)
2E08'00"; 48N48'00"
Asc: 11Ge49; Mc:10Aq02

Source: "The standard horoscope for the proclamation is set for 1.00 pm LMT, and this time roughly confirms to the historical moment [...] The horoscope for this date is of obvious historical interest, but in view of its importance as a map for Germany as a whole, still has modern relevance." Campion
, (Second Edition), "The Book of World Horoscopes," p. 175. "The horoscope used with greatest validity for Germany is drawn for the proclamation of William I as German Emperor, at Versailles ... validated by the great astrologer Charles E.O. Carter." Noel Tyl, "Astrology: Mundane, Astral, Occult," p. 41.

"3 October 1990 was chosen as the date for political union by the East German parliament . . . Chart 133 is set for the past and future capital, Berlin, the venue for the unification celebrations." Campion, "The Book of World Horoscopes" p. 183.



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