Gilbert du Motier (Lafayette) (September 6, 1757 – May 20, 1834)
It’s wonderful how things turn out. Yet another confirmed case of reincarnation (by Ahtum Re) links the revolutionary past with the present day (well, at least in the last generation, anyway).
The timing of the Marquis de Lafayette‘s birth is randomized. There are no inconjuncts. So, what we see is what we get: his Part of Fortune is almost exactly conjunct the Midheaven. He’s a true revolutionary.
Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier de La Fayette, Marquis de La Fayette (6 September 1757 – 20 May 1834), known in the United States as Lafayette, was a French aristocrat, freemason, and military officer who fought in the American Revolutionary War, commanding American troops in several battles, including the siege of Yorktown. After returning to France, he was a key figure in the French Revolution of 1789 and the July Revolution of 1830. He has been considered a national hero in both countries.Wikipedia
I’m not convinced that this is a true picture of the time he died, so we’ll ignore the one inconjunct linking Mars with his ‘fatal’ Ascendant. The lack of any other inconjuncts may prove significant.
Tony Blair (May 6, 1953)
Are you surprised? You shouldn’t be, because Tony Blair, as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, came to the support of the United States after 9-11 and the subsequent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In contemporary times, America has another ally from Europe in America’s war on terrorism, one who has even been called a cheerleader by the press. Tony Blair, England’s prime minister, has spent time at President George W. Bush’s Crawford ranch in efforts to join forces with America in a common cause. This effort parallels Lafayette’s role, though the common cause this time is terrorism. Based on the similar role that Blair is playing, as well as consistent facial architecture, I arrived at the hypothesis that Tony Blair is the reincarnation of the Marquis de Lafayette. In a session with Kevin Ryerson, Ahtun Re confirmed this match, as well as the other past-life matches presented in this chapter.Semkiw, Walter. Return of the Revolutionaries (p. 345). Hampton Roads Publishing. Kindle Edition.
Notice again: no inconjuncts. Also, notice the echoing opposition between their natal Moons and the planet Pluto. Hmm. What goes around comes around again. It is only when the three charts are combined can you see the full dynamic.
What I always hope to see is a link between their North and South Nodes and I wasn’t disappointed with these two: Blair’s Moon is (almost) exactly conjunct the Marquis’ South Node, while Blair’s North Node is just 4° off. Blair’s Saturn/Neptune conjunction @ 22° Libra is within 3° of the Marquis’ ‘fatal’ Moon. And Blair’s Jupiter is conjunct the Marquis’ ‘fatal’ Sun. There are other connections, but that’s enough for now.