The Karmic Past Life Report

 

for

 

Barbara Bush

 

 

June 8, 1925

7:00 PM, Standard time

Rye, New York

Latitude 40 N 58 50

Longitude 73 W 41 03

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Your birth chart interpretation is based on the positions of the planets at the time of your birth. For the benefit of students of astrology, these positions, along with other technical information, are listed below:

 

Sun     17 Gem 40               Neptune  20 Leo 12

Moon    17 Cap 40               Pluto    12 Can 24

Mercury  4 Gem 38               Asc.     26 Sag 27

Venus   29 Gem 56               MC       19 Lib 43

Mars    19 Can 04               2nd cusp  4 Aqu 07

Jupiter 21 Cap 12               3rd cusp 15 Pis 22

Saturn   8 Sco 28               5th cusp 15 Tau 41

Uranus  25 Pis 17               6th cusp  6 Gem 45

 

Tropical  Placidus   Standard time observed

GMT: 01:00:00   Time Zone: 6 hours West

Lat. and Long. of birth: 40 N 58 50 73 W 41 03

 

Aspects and orbs:

Conjunction:  8 Deg 00 Min

Opposition :  8 Deg 00 Min

Square     :  6 Deg 00 Min

Trine      :  6 Deg 00 Min

Sextile    :  6 Deg 00 Min

 

 

 

Introduction to Karmic Astrology

 

 

The effects of past life experiences can carry over into your current life, accounting for interests, habits, even phobias which would defy explanation by conventional methods.

 

This report examines possible past life connections using astrological methods. It is not intended to be taken as a complete interpretation of your birth chart; it looks at your chart from only one perspective.

 

It is written in simple language, avoiding the use of astrological terms as much as possible. For the interest of students of astrology, relevant astrological references are made at the top of each section.

 

There are certain factors which indicate a need to seek further answers through past life regression. If you find reference to this within your chart, you may discover that your spiritual growth will be enhanced by using this method. (Note: Individuals with a number of these indicators in the chart have probably already experienced spontaneous regressions.)

 

Not all charts will indicate a need for regressions. If your report does not indicate such a need, then it is most likely that discovering your past lives through regression is of little interest to you this time around.

 


Chapter 1:  Most Important Prior Life Experiences

 

In traditional astrology, the Twelfth House represents your self-undoing, hidden matters and the subconscious process. It is believed that we carry karmic memories in our subconscious, and that these subconscious memories can undermine our current life efforts.

 

When we remove the walls created by subconscious fears and guilt, we find that the path to personal transformation lies beyond.

 

If, in your chapter you find a number of descriptions of planets placed in your twelfth house, consider exploring your hidden self through past life regression.

 

 

 

12th house cusp in Sagittarius

 

You have a strong sense of morality which is not obvious to the outer world. You set very high standards of personal conduct. You can be very harsh on yourself for even the slightest transgression. You may become overly optimistic about unsound ideas or projects.

 

Look for a significant prior lifetime where traditional religious beliefs were honored. Consider your current attitudes towards traditional religion. Possible prior fields of endeavor include the ministry, or being part of a religious governing body, aviation, merchant shipping, teaching or the legal profession.

 

Sagittarius 12th House, Sagittarius Rising

 

You have a great deal of optimism and ambition.  Mixed with your jovial, optimistic exterior is a certain amount of self-centeredness. Your prior life's religious inclinations have been replaced by a broader philosophical point of view.

 


Chapter 2:  Saturn (The Great Teacher)

 

The source of many of our self-imposed restrictions can be found in the placement of the planet Saturn. The location of Saturn in a horoscope represents the area of life where we have to learn the greatest lessons. It is through these lessons that we grow and improve.

 

Just like your least liked teacher in school, Saturn's lessons require hard work and self-discipline. And like the lessons from that teacher, Saturn's lessons are not easily forgotten. The lessons you learn help you to find order and security in your current life.

 

When a lesson from a prior life was not learned, you can experience inexplicable guilt or self-restriction. Exploration of the unlearned lessons of Saturn can free you to use all of your natural talents.

 

 

 

Saturn in 10th House

 

You are driving and ambitious when it comes to your career. In fact your career is your primary interest. Whether or not it is a successful career will depend upon attitudes brought over from prior lives and the karma you have to work out.

 

In a prior life where you were in a prominent position that was restrictive or burdensome. There may be a karmic connection with your same sex parent which needs resolution.

 

On the positive side, you understand your public responsibilities and accept them with humility. You use your authority to improve humankind and base your actions on the sincere desire to serve rather than on what is socially expected of you.

 

On the negative side, you may avoid any social responsibilities, reject your social status or hide yourself in a boring secure job. Alternatively, you may be so determined to advance your career that you are tempted to use unscrupulous business practices, justifying the means by the results. None of these expressions will release you from karmic burdens, but multiply them instead.

 

Learn to live up to your social responsibilities and determine whether your desire for success is motivated by the desire for social acceptance or from personal conviction. A prudent, patient approach will reap rewards in your mature years.

 

Saturn Trine Pluto:

 

You have considerable will-power and inner strength, having endured many hardships in prior lifetimes. This time, you tend to view your life with great seriousness, knowing that hard work and self-sacrifice will bring success. You are capable of long hours of solitary work, feeling most comfortable when solving puzzles or problems. Sometimes, you will hold on to a lost cause because you are not comfortable with change. You learn best through example and your challenge in this life is to become more flexible by accepting all experiences as part of the growth process.

 


Chapter 3:  Jupiter (Your Karmic Gifts)

 

Personal karma is not necessarily negative. You bring to this life certain talents and interest which enable you to expand your horizons. Often overlooked for its karmic value, the placement of the planet Jupiter in your chart can tell you about your karmic gifts.

 

Jupiter describes spiritual rewards as well as the area of your current life where you may experience material gains.

 

The lesson of Jupiter is best described as the acceptance of the law of karma. The rewards you reap in this life time come from your prior life's good deeds, and your future benefits (this life or another) are the rewards of your present fair dealings and generosity.

 

 

 

Jupiter in Capricorn

 

Your traditional moral values carried over from a prior lifetime is expressed by your honesty and fair business practices.

 

You may have great wealth, social position and prominence, as you continue to be fair, honest and prudent in all areas of your life. A prior life as a philanthropist, judge or political official is reflected in your interest in promoting social responsibility in the corporate and public sector.

 

Jupiter in 1st House

 

You are optimistic, sociable and honest.  You have a belief in divine Providence which for you does work, and you are seen as a fortunate person. Your prior life as a social, educational or spiritual leader has influenced your self-image in this life.

 

Jupiter Conjunct Moon:

 

Emotional and physical security experienced in another lifetime is present in your current one. This time, you may choose to empower others with that sense of security by your ability to put them at ease. You can keep your sense of humor through trying times.

 

Jupiter Opposition Mars:

 

Physical strength and stamina were very important to you in a prior life and you still rate them very highly. You like to test your endurance whenever you get a chance, taking many risks to your health and well-being. Learn to use good judgment when it comes to satisfying your thirst for adventure. Base your decisions about your risk-taking upon the effects on yourself and those around you.

 

Jupiter Sextile Uranus:

 

Your prior life situations gave you opportunities to make radical changes for yourself and as part of a group. Your memories from prior times leaves a feeling of restlessness, a desire for change. You can make changes by being generous with your talents and providing inspiration to others. Use your good judgment to promote our original ideas, knowing that there is a time and place for everything.

 


Chapter 4: Nodes of the Moon (Your Karmic Doorways)

 

The point on a horoscope chart called the North Node of the Moon is not actually a planet, but can be thought of as a doorway from your current life to your future. And, its opposite point (the South Node of the Moon) can be thought of as a doorway from your past life to your current one.

 

These two sensitive points can show you what goals you are concerned with in this life and what habits from prior lives are holding you back from reaching those goals.

 

North Node of the Moon in Leo

 

In prior lives, you promoted social reform and brotherhood, often at the expense of close personal relationships. Creativity was repressed in favor of work for the common good.

 

Your past live's goals were based on bettering the human condition, yet you remained so detached from real people that the goal became an intellectual exercise.

 

You have possibly spent past lives as a revolutionary, social worker, academic, or even a hermit.

 

You still take pride in being different from other people, and often will maintain your individuality at all costs.

 

In this lifetime, you are reluctant to share anything you have created with others for fear of rejection or because of your basic shyness. You may hide your insecurities by appearing detached and intellectually superior.

 

In order to maintain the balance between your two karmic doorways, you need to tap the creativity within yourself and focus that creative energy on ways to make social or artistic contributions to humanity. Let down your old barriers and you will discover that you will be admired for your individuality and your creativity.

 


Chapter 5: Planets in Retrograde (Reversed Energies)

 

Planets in a horoscope chart which are marked as being in retrograde motion, hide or reverse the true energy of that planet.

 

From a perspective of past life experiences, this usually means that some experience in a prior lifetime was so negative that the individual refuses to use that planetary energy in any manner.

 

Jupiter Retrograde

 

You are concerned with growth and expansion, but find it difficult to achieve. Success or luck may elude you.

 

In a prior life, you may have refused to change with the times, holding on to outmoded ideas and ideals. In each life, you learn lessons and grow. Since you chose not to make changes in one life, it is necessary for you to go through the lessons of that life again.

 

Your lesson in this lifetime is to determine which opportunities offered to you will create the greatest amount of personal (inner) growth and expansion. When you make your changes, success will occur on the outside as well.

 

Saturn Retrograde

 

You have a great deal of inner reserve. You are very serious about completing everything you start, sometimes when better judgment would recommend abandoning a project. You have always appeared mature beyond your years.

 

In a prior life, you avoided or were unable to fulfill your responsibilities, thus leaving many things undone or partially complete.

 

Your lesson in this lifetime is complete your projects and live up to your responsibilities. You have a great deal of wisdom from prior life experiences which will help you to teach others the value of completion.