Michel de Nostredame (December 14, 1503 – July 2, 1566)
I’ve written about Nostradamus before. But I never thought about trying to do his birth chart, until today. (You might call it an inspired decision.)
All the astrology sites (and my Kepler 7.0 program) have a birth time of 12 noon. Obviously, no one actually knows what the time should be. But I have rectified his chart (which is why it’s named ) based on his age when he was first married (Venus @ 28) and when he first wrote his almanac (Uranus @ 47). Having Neptune on his Descendant makes perfect sense, to me, at least. A stellium of three planets (Mars, Jupiter and Saturn) near conjunction to his Cancer Rising sign (but still in the 12th House of the ‘unseen realm’) means that his psychic abilities would have been fueled by the Moon. The Moon is in Scorpio and trine to his Mars/Saturn/Ascendant conjunction.
Now let’s look at his death chart:
This was originally randomized, and then I saw some symmetrical aspects which would make the chart significant for Nostradamus’ death. Instead of the Mars/Saturn conjunction being in the ‘natal’ 12th House (conjunct to his birth Ascendant), now it’s in the ‘fatal’ 6th House (conjunct to his death Descendant). And the ‘fatal’ Midheaven is now almost conjunct my own Ascendant, inconjunct to his ‘fatal’ Sun. (I’m seeing my own reflection here.) But the inspired part is my ‘seeing’ the fact that Nostradamus may have returned as Lars Muhl.
I think the conjunct Moons are the linking “Seer” energies. And the Yod from Lars’ Neptune and Pluto, pointing at Nostradamus’ Pluto, echoes the Yod in the 1997 solar eclipse chart when compared with Lars’ birth chart. Where Nostradamus’ Pluto is (here in this chart comparison) was occupied by the eclipse’s Sun/Moon/Mercury conjunction.
Is that clear?