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The United Kingdom Astrology Chart

As you know if you are a regular reader, countries have astrology charts too. Birth charts, or horoscopes, set for important moments in a nation’s history are great guides to the future.

They can also show you the character of a country like the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland together. The U.K. astrology chart which might just matter most of all, is set for 1969.

We have ‘birth’ charts going back to 55 B.C. for the Roman invasion of Britain, right through to the Act of Union astrology chart for 1st January 1801 – but have a look at this one, below. It is the most recent version of Britain, reborn in 1969 with a great, big, democratic U.K. vote for all people over 18 years old. It’s a Swinging Sixties horoscope, born from the right of young women (like these, pictured on Pinterest) to have a stake in 10 Downing Street.

 

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Modern Britain Born on 17th April 1969

What you see here is the ‘Voter’ horoscope set for the moment that the U.K. became a thoroughly modern democracy, on 17th April 1969. At just after 3.00pm that day in London, the Representation of the People Act was approved by Her Majesty the Queen so that everybody could have an equal say at Westminster. I have used Solar Fire to set up the chart, which shows all the factors you expect to see in modern astrology. So what kind of ‘new’ Britain is this? It’s certainly The People’s Chart.

 

England astrology chart set for 1969.

The U.K. Horoscope for 1969

This is Sixties Britain! She was reborn with all this: The Beatles’ final Apple rooftop concert ahead of the album Abbey Road.
The first broadcast of Monty Python’s Flying Circus. The new seven-sided 50 pence coin. Colour television. Led Zeppelin.

What we have here is an Aries country (which might explain the addiction to footballers with red shirts, red telephone boxes and red buses). The incredible line-up of optimistic Jupiter in the work/health sign Virgo, together with Salacia in Capricorn (the sign which rules the Prime Minister), the brilliant Sun in energetic Aries – but heavy, serious Saturn just one degree away – reveals that the democratic version of the U.K. which was born in 1969 has her fate decided at the ballot box at 27-28 degrees.

The United Kingdom Astrology Line-Up at 27, 28 Degrees
Jupiter at 27 Virgo, Salacia at 28 Capricorn, Sun at 27 Aries, Saturn at 28 Aries shows a fated election destiny.
Aries and Libra Patterns
Uranus at 0 Libra, South Node at 0 Libra, North Node at 0 Aries shows the split between Conservative and Labour.
A Moon-Mercury Taurus Connection
This is based on the 3.00pm session time given by Hansard – the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
Pluto and Power to the Working People
Pluto (power) is at 22 Virgo, the sign of working people – sextile Proserpina (Pluto’s wife) at 21 Cancer – patriotism!

The 1969 U.K. Astrology ‘Vote’ Chart and Election Winners

What is interesting about this run of patterns is the number of times a leader goes to 10 Downing Street when there are aspects to Jupiter (growth, hope, expansion, optimism, solutions) in Virgo (the working people, employment, the N.H.S.) in the U.K. astrology chart. We see it with the victories won by Edward Heath, Harold Wilson, James Callaghan, Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair. The other pattern which tends to unfold at election time concerns the Nodes at 0 Aries-Libra aspecting Uranus also at 0 Libra. Also note the way the Mercury-Mars conjunction at 7 Taurus (the economy) tends to be triggered on elections.

One of the astonishing things about the 1969 British chart is the way Her Majesty the Queen is woven into it. Her own personal birth chart aligns with the nation’s horoscope. She is pictured (below) in 1969 itself when she gave Royal Assent to the full vote. (Wikimedia Commons).

18th June 1970 – Edward Heath (Conservative)
Transiting Jupiter at 26 Libra semi-sextile Jupiter at 27 Virgo
28th February 1974 – Harold Wilson (Labour: Hung Parliament)
Transiting Uranus at 27 Libra semi-sextile Jupiter at 27 Virgo
Transiting Saturn at 27 Gemini square Jupiter at 27 Virgo
Transiting Jupiter at 28 Aquarius quincunx Jupiter at 27 Virgo
10th October 1974 – Harold Wilson/James Callaghan (Labour)
Transiting Ceres at 1 Pisces quincunx the South Node at 0 Libra
Transiting Ceres at 1 Pisces semi-sextile the North Node at 0 Aries
Transiting Pluto at 7 Libra quincunx the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
Transiting Neptune at 7 Sagittarius quincunx the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
Transiting Uranus at 27 Libra semi-sextile Jupiter at 27 Virgo
Transiting Jupiter at 8 Pisces sextile the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
3rd May 1979 – Margaret Thatcher (Conservative)
Transiting Saturn at 7 Virgo trines the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
Transiting Jupiter at 1 Leo sextile Uranus at 0 Libra
Transiting Jupiter at 1 Leo sextile the South Node at 0 Libra
Transiting Jupiter at 1 Leo trine the North Node at 0 Aries
9th June 1983 – Margaret Thatcher (Conservative)
Transiting Pluto at 26 Libra semi-sextile Jupiter at 27 Virgo
Transiting Ceres at 27 Aquarius quincunx Jupiter at 27 Virgo
Transiting North Node at 25 Gemini square Jupiter at 27 Virgo
Transiting South Node at 25 Sagittarius square Jupiter at 27 Virgo
11th June 1987 – Margaret Thatcher (Conservative)
Transiting Pluto at 7 Scorpio opposes the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
Transiting Neptune at 7 Capricorn trines the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
Transiting Ceres at 0 Capricorn squares Uranus at 0 Libra
Transiting Ceres at 0 Capricorn squares the South Node at 0 Libra
Transiting Ceres at 0 Capricorn squares the North Node at 0 Aries
9th April 1992 – John Major (Conservative)
Transiting Pluto at 22 Scorpio sextile Pluto at 22 Virgo
1st May 1997 – Tony Blair (Labour)
Transiting Uranus at 8 Aquarius squares the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus
Transiting North Node at 27 Virgo conjunct Jupiter at 27 Virgo
Transiting South Node at 27 Pisces opposite Jupiter at 27 Virgo
7th June 2001 – Tony Blair (Labour)
Transiting Neptune at 8 Aquarius squares the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
Transiting North Node at 6 Cancer sextiles the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
Transiting South Node at 6 Capricorn trines the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus.
5th May 2005 – Tony Blair (Labour)
Transiting North Node at 22 Aries quincunx Pluto at 22 Virgo
Transiting South Node at 22 Libra semi-sextile Pluto at 22 Virgo
6th May 2010 – David Cameron (Conservative: Hung Parliament)
Transiting Chiron at 0 Pisces quincunx Uranus at 0 Libra
Transiting Chiron at 0 Pisces quincunx South Node at 0 Libra
Transiting Chiron at 0 Pisces semi-sextile North Node at 0 Aries
7th May 2015 – David Cameron (Conservative)
Transiting Ceres at 7 Aquarius squares the Moon at 7 Taurus and Mercury at 7 Taurus
8th June 2017 – Theresa May (Conservative)
Transiting North Node at 27 Leo semi-sextile Jupiter at 27 Virgo
Transiting South Node at 27 Aquarius quincunx Jupiter at 27 Virgo
Transiting Saturn at 25 Sagittarius square Jupiter at 27 Virgo

 

How the 2016 Brexit Vote is Revealed in the 1969 Chart

The British government told voters that ‘Remain’ was the right choice for the country, back on 23rd June 2016. The majority of people ignored that and a clear majority voted Leave instead. What a shock! (Unless you were an astrologer and saw Uranus, the planet of revolution, rebellion and radical change, making exact patterns with Mars and Ceres that day).

The line-up on Brexit day was like this and that’s why the people did not do what they were told: Great Britain in her modern, democratic version, was founded with Pluto (power) in Virgo (the working people) at 22 degrees, just one degree away. This was also a vote about the N.H.S. ruled by Virgo too. Mars is a symbol of anger. Ceres shows compromise. Uranus is revolution.

Mars 23 Scorpio aspects Pluto at 22 Virgo
Ceres 23 Aries quincunx Pluto at 22 Virgo
Uranus 23 Aries quincunx Pluto at 22 Virgo

2019 Questions: No Deal? General Election? Cross-Party Leadership?

I have had more questions and comments about Brexit in 2016-2019 than any other topic. If your personal birth chart shows factors at 22 Virgo, 7 Taurus, 0 Libra, 0 Aries, 27 Virgo, then it’s possible that your career, your house or apartment, your health situation, your finances and (even) your marriage is being directly affected by the Leave vote of 2016. In other words, you are woven into the story of Britain in some way. Perhaps you work in Westminster, or at the Bank of England!

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What’s In Store in 2019?

Thanks to some truly dreadful astrological timing (Prime Minister Theresa May has a habit of taking power, or calling elections, on the wrong cycles!) nobody knows if we will end up with no deal, a general election, cross-party leadership, the end of  the Prime Minister or a second referendum. What is the U.K. astrology chart for 1969 showing? Which transits are triggering those horoscope hotspots? The BBC website (below) shows the European reaction to the Brexit shock of June 2016.

 

 

Watching April 2019 – No Deal and Cross-Party Government?
The key to April 2019 is transiting Uranus at 1 Taurus until April 13th. Uranus is a symbol of revolution, rebellion, radical change, shocks, independence, freedom and liberty. Taurus rules money. This is the enormous E.U. divorce bill. It is also the state of the pound and the London Stock Exchange. Her Majesty the Queen will be involved. Her chart is triggered.

Uranus will actually aspect the ‘birth’ position of Uranus in the U.K. chart which stands at 0 Libra. Uranus will also aspect the North Node and South Node, at Libra-Aries. I am writing this on April 7th in response to all your questions, but within six days, the world will turn upside-down. From this storm will come, very likely, a cross-party government in the face of No Deal, yet it seems unlikely to be the Jeremy Corbyn-Theresa May partnership which stunned the nation just a few days ago. Uranus transits tend to up-end what is there and are seldom about compromise.

Pluto in Virgo in the old ‘Vote’ chart of 1969 is not about to let anybody or anything take away the power of working people. That also means no second referendum as it denies democracy and diminishes the power of the women, in particular, who voted for Leave from Hull to Essex.  There may be a General Election – the horoscope patterns in 2019 echo the patterns of most previous elections. And as you read on this website a long time ago, Scotland will likely leave the ‘United’ Kingdom.

How Britain Reaches Her (Signed) Brexit on Monday January 13th, 2020

Between January 20th and February 20th, 2020, Britain will see a sweeping transformation not possible in 240+ years, bringing in not only the Prime Minister, but also the monarchy. It will be empowering for working people. Why? The transits to Pluto at 22 Virgo in the 1969 ‘Vote’ chart. In an historic sequence, we find transiting Pluto at 22 Capricorn, transiting Saturn at 22 Capricorn, transiting Ceres at 22 Capricorn, transiting Mercury at 22 Capricorn, transiting Sun at 22 Capricorn.

Using astrology we can time Brexit – signed, sealed and delivered – on Monday January 13th, 2020. The breakthrough is likely much earlier, in September 2019, but as I write this prediction on April 7th 2019, looking about a year into the future of this amazing 1969 ‘Vote’ horoscope, the date 13-01-2020 looks like the (signed) Brexit.

Whenever we have another shift in the history of Britain, we also acquire a new horoscope. So if the stars do align for January 13th 2020, we would end up with a very, very, very Capricorn ‘new’ country. January 2020 really does look like B-Day, as we also find the North Node at 7 Cancer and South Node at 7 Capricorn, making an exact aspect to the nation’s Moon-Mercury conjunction at 7 Taurus. Now that’s fated. And it’s all down to the Representation of the People Act of 1969, when people of all backgrounds, over the age of 18, woke up to find themselves living in an Aries nation – set for Brexit.

 

 

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