Jane Doe (October 21, 1906)
I’ve had this book since 1976, I believe. It was printed in 1968. It’s my Edgar Cayce “Bible”. In my earlier post, today, I quoted from it to support the idea that Beth Leone may have been Tek-Le-On in Egyptian times. I seems a bit improbable, but all of Cayce’s life readings were anchored with birth dates. Therefore, Jane Doe (my name for the unnamed 1223) must be research-able astrologically.
Obviously, this chart is randomized, since her birth time was not given, and yet there’s a Uranus conjunction with the Ascendant @ 5 Capricorn. (Is this luck, coincidence, or something more?) There is one inconjunct linking the Moon and Jupiter.
Moon Inconjunct Jupiter
This aspect indicates that you have a positive, optimistic outlook on life, and you enjoy socializing with good friends. However, there are some dangers with this aspect. First, it can be a sign that you are self-indulgent and possibly even selfish, although this is not likely to happen if you have a good, strong relationship with your mother. You have a great need to be cared for and supported, to be accepted for what you are with no strings attached. If this need is fulfilled, the positive side of this aspect will flourish. But if your mother does not support your needs fully, you will feel insecure and will look elsewhere for support and fulfillment. In this case your concern will be totally for yourself with little thought for other people’s needs.
This problem may show up in several different ways. For instance, you might simply have a desire to eat too much, as if food were love. Or you may always be wanting things that other people own. You might be afraid of the world and be reluctant to leave your comfortable and safe surroundings. Some people with this aspect stay tied too closely to heir mother.
On the other hand, if you feel emotionally secure and accepted, then you will be able to give others the support that you would otherwise have been seeking for yourself. You will help others in their times of need, share what you have with those who have less, and find great satisfaction in taking care of people and animals.
(Now, remember, I’m describing Jane Doe’s ‘issues’ which seem to echo Elizabeth’s own ‘issues’, now.)
(Reminder, too, that I don’t have permission to post Elizabeth’s birth chart, so I have purposely misspelled her last name.) Looking at the combined birth charts, there seem to be a number of close links: Elizabeth’s Moon is conjunct Jane’s Pluto; Jane’s Moon is conjunct Elizabeth’s Neptune; Elizabeth’s Part of Fortune is almost exactly conjunct Jane’s Mercury; and there are two interactive inconjuncts, between Elizabeth’s Sun and Jane’s Venus, and between their two Mercury’s.
Perhaps, this proves that you can be mistaken, even if you’re David Wilcock, because we all believe what we want to believe, and when we look for the signs, they’re everywhere.