Rectification: Ralph Waldo Emerson (Using the Moon as a directed factor)

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Ralph Waldo Emerson.
May 25, 1803. 17:57:05. Rectified by Fadi Mazboudi.
42°n21′ — 71°w03′

Neptune in Scorpio brought us the most extraordinary writers and poets—two of them are Ralph Waldo Emerson and Victor Hugo. Victor with his Npetune in Scorpio in the first, and Ralph with his Neptune in Scorpio in the house of communications and writings—allowing them to penetrate into the extreme depths of the universe and extract their immaculate poems, essays and novels.

Ralph’s main radical aspect is a first order, highly individualizing paran of Jupiter and Mercury—galvanizing the chart with intellectual ability.

Venus in the eight—though in a bad cosmic state—is very indicative of the inheritance he got from the death of his first wife Ellen.

From the biography “Life of Emerson” by R.L. Rusk: “When William Emerson came home from the governor’s house on Election Day he found a new son. Ralph Waldo had been born at a quarter past three that afternoon.”

15:15 LMT = 19:59 UT.

There are two other times on astro.com: 18:00 UT and 17:44 UT.

Let us test 19:59 UT with PSSR.

Using primarily the moon as a directed factor, we find many aspects with appropriate symbolism that are out of orb:


September 30, 1829 — Marriage to Ellen.

Moon 90° Jupiter. Orb:49′.

February 8, 1831 — Death of wife (Ellen).

Moon 0° Mars. Orb:72′.

November 16, 1853 — His mother dies.

Venus 90° PL. Orb:15′.

April 27, 1882 — Death.

Moon 120° PL. Orb:67′.
Moon 90° Mars. Orb:64′.

Now let us test 18:00 UT:


September 30, 1829 — Marriage to Ellen.

Moon 90° Jupiter. Orb:12′.

February 8, 1831 — Death of wife (Ellen).

Moon 0° Mars. Orb:14′.

November 16, 1853 — Death of mother.

Venus 90° PL. Orb:9′.

April 27, 1882 — Death.

Moon 120° PL. Orb:5′.
Moon 90° Mars. Orb:11′.

It becomes evident that 19:59 UT is a fictitious time, and that the real time is around 18:00 UT.

A final rectification with topocentric primary directions gives 17:57:05 UT as the true birth time.

Events and Directions in the Life of Ralph Waldo Emerson:

July 31, 1801 — His brother William is born.

PL (d) 90° Sun. Exact.

April 17, 1805 — His brother Edward is born.

PL (c) 90° Sun. Orb:4′.

April 11, 1807 — His brother Robert is born.

MC (d) 0° Mercury. Orb:1′.
Mercury (c) 0° MC. Orb:9′.
Jupiter (c) 0° Asc. Orb:10′.

April 26, 1807 — His brother John Clark dies.

Moon (p) 90° IC. Orb:7′.
III (r) 60° Saturn. Orb:7′.

November 17, 1808 — His brother Charles is born.

Sun (d) 90° PL. Orb:6′.
Parsf (c) 0° III. Orb:11′.

February 26, 1811 — His sister Mary Caroline is born.

Mercury (c) 150° III. Orb:1′.

May 12, 1811 — His father dies.

Sun (c) 90° XII. Orb:2′.
MC (r) 90° Saturn. Orb:2′.

April 30, 1814 — His sister Mary Caroline dies.

PL (d) 180° Saturn. Orb:2′.
Venus (c) 0° VIII. Orb:7′.
PL (c) 180° XII. Orb:9′.
III (r) 90° Mars. Orb:3′.
VIII (p) 0° Venus. Orb:7′.
III (p) 90° SN. Orb:8′.


September 30, 1829 — Ralph marries Ellen.

Sun (d) 60° Venus. Orb:5′.

February 08, 1831 — Ellen dies of tuberculosis.

Saturn (c) 120° IC. Orb:5′.
XII (r) 0° Moon. Orb:7′.
Mars (r) 120° DC. Orb:9′.

October 01 1834 — His brother Edward dies.

IC (c) 0° Neptune. Exact.
XII (d) 0° Asc. Exact.
VIII (d) 120° Saturn. Orb:2′.

September 14, 1835 — Ralph marries Lidian.

Moon (r) 120° Jupiter (r). Orb:13′.

May 09, 1836 — His brother Charles dies.

Neptune (d) 0° IC. Orb:5′.
Moon (r) 180° III. Orb:8′.
III (r) 180° VIII. Orb:8′.
Asc. (c) 0° SN. Orb:10′.

October 30, 1836 — His son Waldo is born.

Mercury (d) 180° V. Orb:10′.
V (r) 90° Jupiter. Orb:7′.
Asc (r) 180° NN. Orb:7′.
Asc (r) 120° Venus. Orb:9′.

February 24, 1839 — His daughter Elen is born.

Venus (d) 90° NN. Exact.
V (d) 0° NN. Orb:9′.
Venus (c) 180° Jupiter. Orb:10′.
MC (p) 180° V. Orb:8′.
Pars.f (d) 180° Mercury. Orb:11′.


November 22, 1841 — His daughter Edith is born.

Jupiter (d) 90° V. Orb:2′.
Sun (c) 0° Venus. Orb:3′.

January 27, 1842 — His son Waldo dies.

PL (c) 180° Moon. Orb:3′.
Sun (d) 120° PL. Orb:4′.

July 10, 1844 — His son Edward is born.

Jupiter (d) 180° Venus. Orb:6′.
Moon (p) 0° V. Exact.

November 16, 1853 — His mother dies.

Ur (c) 0° XII. Orb:5′.
Saturn (c) 0° Moon. Orb:7′.
Saturn (c) 60° Sun. Orb:4′. (We can see this aspect when the father is no longer alive and the mother has taken his place ~Isaac Starkman)

May 27, 1859 — His brother Robert dies.

III (d) 90° Ur. Orb:5′.
Mars (c) 60° VIII. Orb:5′.

May 01, 1863 — His close aunt Mary dies.

VIII (d) 120° Ur. Orb:1′.
Mars (c) 90° Saturn. Orb:5′.
VIII (d) 60° Mars. Orb:5′.
XII (r) 120° PL. Orb:6′.

September 14, 1868 — His brother William dies.

VIII (r) 120° Mercury. Orb:2′.
VIII (p) 90° Saturn. Orb:10′.
MC (c) 0° VIII. Orb:8′.

April 27, 1882 — Ralph Waldo Emerson dies.

Asc. (c) 120° Neptune. Orb:6′.
Sun (d) 120° VIII. Orb:3′.

November 13, 1892 — His wife Lidian dies.

Moon (c) 90° Mars. Orb:1′.
Neptune (c) 180° NN. Orb:4′.
Mars (d) 180° Venus. Orb:11′.
V (c) 120° SN. Orb:3′. (Separated from his lover ~Isaac Starkman)

January 14, 1909 — His daughter Ellen dies.

Desc. (d) 90° Saturn. Orb:2′.
NN (c) 0° Neptune. Orb:4′.
PL (c) 180° Sun. Orb:10′.
Saturn (p) 180° Desc. Orb:7′.

November 20, 1929 — His daughter Edith dies.

NN (c) 90° V. Exact.
Moon (c) 90° IC. Orb:1′.
Ur (d) 0° V. Orb:1′.
Venus (d) 0° XII. Orb:7′.
Saturn (p) 120° V. Exact.

January 27, 1930 — His son Edward dies.

Saturn (p) 120° V. Orb:2′.
V (d) 180° Neptune. Exact.
PL (c) 90° Mars. Orb:5′.
Saturn (c) 180° Neptune. Orb:8′.

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