Clementine Hozier in 1907
fleshbirth 30-Nov-1874 * fleshdeath 24-Jan-1965
World-War-2 Tripartite Pact Axis group :
World-War-2 Allies group:
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, journalist, fine-arts painter * served 1940-1945; 1951-1955 * Sir Winston Churchill
birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill * tentatively rectified by BP Lama
charts, graphs and tables produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama
Mrigaziras * Mirgas * Mraga
"Unless other testimonies in the chart predominate to modify the effect of Mraga rising,
They are inclined to be misanthropic in their attitude toward life and people.
They are suspicious of other peoples' motives
Unless checked, these thoughts will lead to vicious action
Possibly this attitude is caused and aggravated by some permanent organic disability
|Biographical events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha timeline||
30-Nov-1874 fleshbirth * Zukra-Surya period = a born communicator Surya bhratrupathi-3 containing Chandra L-2
24-Jan-1895 death of father * Surya-Shani period * Shani rules-12 from 9 (Churchill rarely saw or interacted with his father)
12-Sept-1908 Marriage-1 to Clementine Hozier * Mangala-Rahu period * gochara Rahu-Ketu Mithunaya-Dhanushya contact radical Mithunaya lagna
11-July-1909 child-1 Diana Spencer-Churchill * Mangala-Guru period period
29-June-1921 death of mother Jennie Jerome * Rahu-Shani period * Shani ruler of 7th-from-Chandra
10-May-1940 elected UK Prime Minister (first term) * Guru-Zukra period * Zukravidyapathi-5 political elections
02-Sept-1945 end of WW-2 in Europe * Guru-Mangala period * Mangala rogesha-6 war and Vriddhipathi-11 6th-from-6th enemies become friends cancellation of hostilities
26-Oct-1951 elected UK Prime Minister (second term) * Shani-Budha period * Budha lagnesha personality
20-Oct-1963 death of eldest child Diana (her suicide) * Shani-Rahu period
24-Jan-1965 fleshdeath (age 90) * Shani-Guru period * Guru yuvatipathi-7 (also, Shani-8 grants extraordinary longevity)
|Distinctive Features of the Nativity
UK-PM 1874-1965 Finest Hour Winston Churchill
Navamsha-10th-bhava showing political Simha Chandra-yuti-Mangala is a leading indicator of profession and public reputation.
after a somewhat frustrating career in war journalism, and a very demanding era as Prime Minister, Churchill chose to write mainly about History and Government.
While the workload arising from the mountains of factual detail - and careful analysis of it - was no doubt heavy, Shani's concern with Time and Law was satisfied and thus conflict regarding creativity is reduced.
Legendary, voluminous exchange of letters written from the battlefield to-and-from his wife Clementine;
Chandra-3 emotional reporting announcements
lagnesha-1 Budha-yuti-Guru-yuti-Ketu writes voluminous correspondence, deliver reports, articulate announcements; radio, newspaper, short articles
Ketu-5 + yuvatipathi-7 Guru-5 = suicide of his eldest child (daughter Diana). The suicide is long delayed by Shani's drishti upon classroom-5
Shani dharmesha-9 in 8 * father under camouflage. Rarely saw his father.
negotiations, bargains, deals
stabilizing and protecting a weak and vulnerable Britain
7 = 4th-from-4th shell * shelter
yuvatipathi-7 Guru-Thula (deals, matches, negotiation) in political bhava-5 with scattering Ketu and with articulatory Budha.
His most visible career (7 = 10th-from-10th) involved dealing with (7) vague and uncertain (Ketu) negotiations which included the specter of the annihilation of the free world (Ketu annihilation).
Shani grants stodginess, stamina and endurance. During WorldWar-2, Shani randhresha-8 in 8 gave to Churchill the stamina to endure (Shani) the multi-year emergency (8) conditions caused by German blitzkrieg bombing attacks (8) on Britain.
Yet optimistic and expansive Guru-the-contractor yuvatipathi-7 grants a diversity of partners - not all of them good or honest, but there were a number of allies for him to work with. Shani-8 drishti to 10 (government) 2 (speech) and 5 politics puts a karmic slow-freeze on public policy. The agreements would be accomplished then either resisted by the electorate via Shani or blown away in the winds of uncertainty of the collaborators via Ketu.
The British people were still exhausted from the recent carnage of WorldWar-1, and mustering another defense with a decimated military was not easy. In fact, the Nazi attackers were expecting that their invasion would be trivially easy on that account.
Furthermore randhresha-8 Shani blocked the consciousness that would have facilitated a quicker British uptake of military innovations and the fundamental changes in the class system that were essential to distribute leadership according to intelligence not rank at birth. But Churchill was himself of the rank-at-birth mentality therefore he could be said to have been an agent of resistance to change, and in fact was leery of North American involvement initially since the Yanks et al had so little respect for tradition.
Yet with the erratically arriving (Ketu) just-barely-enough help from the USA and Canada (Guru multiple partners) plus other reluctant to engage (Ketu) and piecemeal supporters, the onslaught was rather miraculously overcome (Guru).
|bhratrupathi-3 Surya in 6 * War
ruler-of-12 Zukra in 6 * War
vidyapathi-5 political Zukra in 6 * War
Churchill became a war-related professional immediately after completing school when he joined the British military as a young officer.
He developed into a fervent (and popular) war journalist (bhratrupathi-3 Surya in bhava-6), sending detailed descriptions of British Army battles around the world to avid readers of English newspapers.
With the L-5war-politics Zukrabeing the uttama- atmakaraka in navamsha-10 while Guru karmesha-10 occupies a rashi of Zukra, Churchill rose to Prime Minister on the strength of his political negotiating skills.
Britain desperately needed military alliances and Churchill was the man of the hour. He deployed that rare combination of elegant social finesse plus brutal awareness of the very realistic prospect for annihilation of Britain by Nazi Germany - due to his extraordinary Vrischika-Meena Zukra.
His skills emerged via political channels at a time of terrible war conditions in Britain. His familiarity with war realities put him in a superb position to perform a nearly impossible job (protecting an exhausted and vulnerable Britain from the aggressive and well-equipped German aggressor).
Churchill's leadership triumph under extreme duress of a losing war (6) can be traced ultimately to atmakaraka Zukra, the Great Negotiator, which allowed him to deliver bad news (Zukra-6-radix) about the realities of the war (Zukra Professor Mangala )
Yet Chandra-3 makes him an emotional communicator. He used radio and writing of newspaper articles, his reliable media-communications toolkit to deliver the terrifying news in a steady, upper-class voice (drishti upon 2-speech from the intractable Shani-Makara-8).
He could deliver reality talks whilst still offering a vision (Zukra-Meena-navamsha) of ultimate harmony and peace (Meena).
|Routine in Last Decade|| "Despite all this activity, Churchill's daily routine changed little during these years. He awoke about 7:30 a.m. and remained in bed for a substantial breakfast and reading of mail and all the national newspapers. For the next couple of hours, still in bed, he worked, dictating to his secretaries. |
At 11:00 a.m., he arose, bathed, and perhaps took a walk around the garden, and took a weak whisky and soda to his study.
At 1:00 p.m. he joined guests and family for a three-course lunch. Clementine drank claret, Winston champagne, preferable Pol Roger served at a specific temperature, port brandy and cigars. When lunch ended, about 3:30 p.m. he returned to his study to work, or supervised work on his estate, or played cards or backgammon with Clementine.
At 5:00 p.m., after another weak whisky and soda, he went to bed for an hour and a half. He said this siesta, a habit gained in Cuba, allowed him to work 1 1/2 days in every 24 hours. At 6:30 p.m. he awoke, bathed again, and dressed for dinner at 8:00 p.m.
Dinner was the focal-point and highlight of Churchill's day. Table talk, dominated by Churchill, was as important as the meal. Sometimes, depending on the company, drinks and cigars extended the event well past midnight. The guests retired, Churchill returned to his study for another hour or so of work."
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