Queen Elizabeth II
April 21, 1926, 2:40 AM, London, England.
From the "African Queen" we move to the British Queen -
This woman of steel has
weathered wars, turmoil in her family, the loss of her beloved father
at a young age, and the decline of the British Empire, where "The
Sun Never Set", to just another member of the European Union.
Note: Chart-A is based on Placidus Houses and Chart-B is based on
Equal Houses, where certain information is seen much more clearly.
is close to nature so the young Elizabeth developed
love of her favorite Corgi dogs, horses and rural life.
it comes to money, Elizabeth is considered one of the world's
Jupiter, the wealth-giver is in her 2nd
House of money (B). The fly in the ointment, however, is its
difficult aspect with Saturn the Ruler of
her Ascendant. Saturn, always representing the
letter-of-the-law, is in Scorpio - the sign of money and taxes, in the
area of Parliament as well the area that signifies the money of the
government (11th House in B).
also Disposed by Saturn.
so, in 1992, she agreed to
pay income tax on her personal income, the first time in the history
of the monarchy. That was also
the year she dubbed "My Annum Horribils", when
Windsor Castle went up in flames.
this was indicated by the Transit of Pluto that year on her MC
& Saturn in Scorpio. That was also the time when the scandals in
her family culminated in the media, testing her mettle.
destroys everything in its path, and brings the most profound changes
in life. Nothing stays the same afterwards...
The death of her father was part of her destiny that catapulted her
to the throne at a young age. It shows as follows: Mars,
signifier of her father (4th House B) is in a square
with Saturn - a combination that
often indicates death. In chart-B, Saturn - her ruler, is in a good
aspect with Venus-exalted-in-Pisces,
which signifies her father (again, 4th House A). This Saturn is found
right on the point of career and one's place in the world (Mid-Heaven