Gladys Davis Turner (January 30, 1905 – February 12, 1986)
In my review of Sidney D. Kirkpatrick’s “Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet” I got to thinking about the young stenographer who came to Virginia Beach to help the Cayce family document Edgar’s ‘readings’ and stayed for the rest of his life. (The question in the back of my mind, which I may try to ‘prove’ later, is whether David Wilcock’s wife, Elizabeth, is the reincarnation of Gladys.)
This chart is randomized, so please don’t read too much into the positioning of the Ascendant or the Midheaven. However, as sometimes happens, the position of Mars in a woman’s birth chart can show when she means the ‘man of her dreams’ and this would appear to be when Gladys was about 18, so maybe the timing isn’t that far out of whack. (Note that Mars is in Scorpio…)
There are two inconjuncts, one dependent on the timing of this chart (Moon and Ascendant) and one not dependent on the correct timing (Mercury and Pluto). I will concentrate on the last one…
Mercury Inconjunct Pluto
You have a rather complicated and sometimes tricky mind. You usually prefer to do things in roundabout and involved ways instead of being simple and direct.
On the positive side, this means that you enjoy solving puzzles, tracking down mysteries and finding out about hidden matters. At school you might do research in science. You have a natural ability to understand how people’s minds work, what makes them act as they do, and what they are thinking, which is quite amazing for someone of your age.
On the negative side, however, you might misuse this ability by trying to control people’s thoughts and words. Also you may love mysteries so much that you get involved in complicated plats and arrangements with your friends. You may enjoy working in secret and creating an air of mystery about yourself, but this could backfire and make others misunderstand you or even fear what you are doing. It is important to show people that you are honest and that you are not hiding anything. Otherwise they will probably suspect you, even if you are totally innocent. And if you aren’t, they will know it for certain.
On another level, this aspect can mean that at certain times in your life you will go through tremendous psychological changes. All your thoughts and opinions will change completely. These stages may seem difficult, but you will be much better off if you let go of the past and welcome the new ideas.
(She’s a girl after my own heart.)
A thirty-three year gap between two reincarnating individuals is not an impediment to a meeting of their minds nor to their joint goals, this time around. I suspect the Source knew to tell them what was really going on, to prevent any hanky-panky between them. But are they ‘soul mates’? Perhaps.
That flip-flop of North and South Nodes between them, puts them on track together. Gladys’ Saturn @ 21 Aquarius is opposite Edgar’s Uranus/Ascendant in Leo; her Venus is conjunct his Sun in Pisces; her Ascendant (if correct) is conjunct his Moon/Midheaven conjunction in Taurus; her Moon is also inconjunct his Moon/Midheaven (amplifying the potential Moon/Ascendant inconjunct in her own chart); and finally her Uranus is conjunct his Jupiter @ 2 Capricorn.
So, yes, they are karmically connected. I’ll reserve further judgement until I’ve worked on Elizabeth Wilcock’s chart, if I can discover her birth details. *Fingers crossed.*
Isn’t love grand?