Noor Inayat-Khan (January 1, 1914 – November 13, 1944)
Here is a spy of a different kind. She features in Lars Muhl’s book as a Jeanne d’Arc character in a long line of Mary Magdalene women. Here’s the passage:
‘As you wish. Sister Mariam was among the first souls. The basic identity is IO from Venus. This identity has among others been expressed as Queen Tiyi, Miriam, the Queen of Sheba, Mariam Magdal, Guinevere, Esclarmonde de Foix and Joan of Arc. It is an identity that has always had a great personality. It has been the turning point of what you understand as good and evil. As Joan of Arc it received its baptism of fire. It was, however, not until your own time that the identity as Noor Inayat Khan completed the so-called Way of Christ. However, at the same time as it lived its life as Noor Inayat Khan the Magdal idea also expressed itself as Helen Schucman, who received and wrote the message about forgiveness and freedom from Brother Yeshua.’Muhl, Lars. The O Manuscript (pp. 686-687). Watkins Media. Kindle Edition.
Remember that image that came to Lars during a particularly difficult moment on Montsegur? That man was Noor’s father. I had wondered how he was linked.
I’m sure that the code name Madeleine was more than coincidental.
This is the time that my Kepler 7.0 program had when I brought up Noor’s name. A different chart on a website has a time of 10:15 pm Moscow time. Which one is right?
My intuition tells me that it really doesn’t matter, but my analytical mind needs to know. So I looked to see if anything would ‘feel’ right, and the position of the Moon in her chart would equate to age 30, when she was executed. She was a sister of the Moon.
Her ‘death’ time is stated as dawn on the day Noor was executed. When comparing the two charts, a two-handed Yod shows up: ‘fatal’ Uranus inconjunct ‘natal’ Sun inconjunct ‘fatal’ Pluto; and ‘natal’ Sun inconjunct ‘fatal’ Pluto inconjunct ‘natal’ Moon. Her destiny.
I’m sure the Sun/Mars/Ascendant in Scorpio in her execution chart is purposeful, too. It’s like bringing the sacrificial ‘Ram’ to the rising Sun. She wanted to make a difference.