Abigail Adams (November 11, 1744 [OS] – October 28, 1818)
I didn’t go looking for Abigail Adams (née Smith). I was researching Joe Kennedy Jr’s prior life, but then I found this page. Again we must thank Kevin Ryerson’s Ahtum Re for the information, which has been written down by the present-day reincarnation of John Adams, her husband.
I suspect I shall need to read this book to further make startling connections.
Of course, Madam Adams birth time is unknown, so I rectified the chart to align her Mars to the age she married John Adams (20). There are no inconjuncts, but that (late) 8th House Sun in the early degrees of Sagittarius does gives us a clue about her ability to communicate her ‘truth’ as she saw it during the years she was in the President’s House in Philadelphia.
I set this clock for 12 noon, as the usual response to an unknown time of death. What I see is some unfinished business and an inconjunct linking Mercury to Pluto, a sign of future endeavours, I suspect.
From the 2nd First Lady to the 1st Woman President?
As you know I have already written about Marianne Williamson (twice), but I had no idea she might be an American revolutionary who has returned to finish the job. That’s what Walter Semkiw MD discovered. This image appears in the Reincarnation Research post:
The premise that an individual returns with a very similar look seems to be bourne out here. There was also a discussion about these two women’s handwriting being identical. We have seen that before, too.
By now, if you’ve been following my posts for the past few years, you can see these connections between past lives and present ones quite easily. Williamson’s Sun is almost exactly conjunct Adams’ natal Neptune and Adams’ ‘fatal’ Sun is just over 1° from Williamson’s Mars. Is it enough to prove reincarnation? I think so. Adams’ natal Mercury/Pluto conjunction in Scorpio shows that her fatal inconjunct between them would have been significant. She’d planted the seed of her future growth very deeply and was just waiting for the right conditions to make her move:
Jenifer reacquainted herself with Marianne and the two took a minute to catch up. Jenifer then introduced Marianne to me. Marianne looked into my eyes and said, “I’ve seen your book.” After an awkward moment, she then said in an animated and joking way, “Well, I guess its good to see you again!” Marianne then related, in a more serious tone, “You know, I’ve always had a thing for the White House.”
Semkiw, Walter. Return of the Revolutionaries (p. 368). Hampton Roads Publishing. Kindle Edition.