Catherine Sophia Blake (April 25, 1762 – October 18, 1831)
I can’t help it: I just had to find out if Catherine came back into my present life with the same name. I do not have permission to illustrate the ‘proof’ of this from my friend, Kate, but you can take my word for it.
This chart is rectified to the timing of Catherine meeting her future husband, William, when she was in her late teens (with the Mars position in Libra). The resulting overloading of planets in the 12th and 1st Houses speaks volumes about her character as his amiable help-meet. Evidently, Blake also taught her to ‘see visions’. That would be reflected by her Sun/Rising Sign (in Taurus) being trine to her Pluto (in Capricorn).
The Death Chart
This chart is randomized, and yet the Ascendant lands on the last minute of the last degree of Capricorn, on the threshold of Aquarius, no less! Very appropriate.
There is a double Yod pointing at Saturn at 11 Virgo. These inconjuncts are independent of the timing of the chart: Jupiter/Uranus in Aquarius, and Pluto in Aries. There’s another inconjunct linking the Moon in Pisces and Mars in Libra. Interesting.
As Kate passed on in the middle of February, 2021, I no longer have to be reticent to share her birth chart. Therefore, I am now able to compare Catherine’s death chart and Kate’s birth chart.
Catherine’s ‘fatal’ South Node in conjunct Kate’s Mercury in Aquarius, while Kate’s Sun is midway between Catherine’s ‘fatal’ Jupiter/Uranus conjunction. Kate’s Neptune is conjunct Catherine’s ‘fatal’ Mercury/Venus conjunction in Libra, while Catherine’s ‘fatal’ Sun is conjunct Kate’s Ascendant in the same sign. Finally, Catherine’s ‘fatal’ Ascendant is opposite Kate’s Midheaven. Is that proof enough?
Rest in Peace, my friend.