Coat-of-Arms for The Lord Williams of Oystermouth
2002-2012 * 104th Archbishop of Canterbury
theology professor at Universities of Oxford + Cambridge
poet, musician, singer
a.k.a. Rowan Douglas Williams
a.k.a. The Lord Williams of Oystermouth
“Truth makes love possible; love makes truth bearable.”
― Archbishop Rowan Williams
Archbishop of Canterbury from 2002 until 2012 * theologian, poet * Rowan Williams * 1950-
birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rowan_Williams * tentatively rectified by BP Lama
charts, graphs and tables produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama
Zravana * Shrona * Hari * Apramaya * Azvattha
For Zra-vana births of masculine valence, the condition of reflective, sheltering, undulating, rhythmic, routinized, culturally rooted, boundary-defending, security-seeking, nourishing, parental, matrikaraka Chandra may considerably affect the outcome.
Mother-figures, protectors, guardians, elemental spirits, natural environments, waters, roots, eggs, gardeners, farmers, fisher-folk, caretakers, foundation-builders, police, schoolteachers, parents, providers of nourishment, and defenders of the root culture, may be especially influential.
Instructional guidance provided by emissaries from the civilizations of Aquila. Their purpose is sensitive and intrusive leadership and institutional governance.
The Listener * Shaman
Shravishta gentlemen are exceptionally concerned with their social reputation. Parental in their authority style, they adopt organizational caretaker roles and are found in secure positions at all levels of society. Sravana are often found working in the slow but reliable bureaucracies which evoke their characteristic persevering patience.
Apramaya-born are often found operating charitable agencies, teaching school, or protecting their cultural foundations. Although their careers may elevate to the highest ranks of social decision-making, Hari-born remember always the simple family folk and their concerns with property, security, and nourishment.
As fathers, teachers, and social leaders, Shravistha chaps are generally stable and protective. They are blessed with an intuitive understanding of the social law in context of ancient customs. Many are lawyers, judges, social-justice advocates, or teachers of the law. In personal relationships, their comfort-seeking Chandra seeks an equally placid, parental match. Yet being such peaceful people, these men may find balance with wives who are somewhat more outspoken.
Shravana must combine Shani's mandate to maintain the larger social order with parental Chandra's focus on the local settlement, housing, schools, and farms. Often their focus is property law. While public dignity remains important, Sravana fellows are also concerned to maintain the steady life flow (Chandra) of the ethnicity or the nation. They find comfort in the old liturgical rhythms and are often regular participants in public worship. Their most cherished roles are usually Father and Grandfather.
Themes of social stability, public safety, property rights, protection of the old routines, maintenance of the tribe, and the soothing rhythms of homelife may contextualize Sravana's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Shravana
QUOTATION from: Shil-Ponde(1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 86.
"an excellent character, the keynote of which is kind heartedness and generosity,
This man will always be able to accumulate the good things of life
He will be disposed to share his belongings with the poor and needy.
Many social workers and philanthropists have Shravana rising.
He will also be very religious
Rowan Williams in 2005 as Archbishop of Canterbury (Cair Ceint, Cant-ware-burh = Kent-men-stronghold)
Biographical Details matched to the
Vimshottari Dasha bhukti
Archbishop of Canterbury 1950- Rowan Williams * served as a prominent exponent of social justice and inclusion for historically marginalized persons (6). He championed the cause of women being authorized to serve as Anglican bishops (Guru). (He lost). Rogapathi Guru-5 in 12th-from-6th reduces harm to him personally, but also weakens the empowerment to advocate for the exploited classes
Archbishop of Canterbury 1950- Rowan Williams proposed numerous rebirth, rejuvenation, and modernization enhancement to the official doctrine of the Anglican Church. While he was unable to effect these changes personally (due to his Shani-2 drishti to 8 which internally resists change) nevertheless he created an iconic personality symbolizing the changes, and in that way facilitated the first phase of the change through carefully legal (Makara) examination of the precedents and policies which structure the corporate hierarchy of the Church
Archbishop of Canterbury 1950- Rowan Williams was considered by those whom he upset to be a force of disruptive innovation and sudden, unexpected change. For the Anglican Church hierarchy and its worshippers, he served as a voice of intelligence, creativity, and nobility of spirit (Surya) which came to loggerheads with the stony, Shani-ruled megastructure of the established Church. His own Shani-2 prevented a revolutionary schism within the faith communion, which was provoked by his liberal progressive Guru-Kumbha-8 in the emotionally dignified , social-ordering, leadership-seeking; 10th-from-Chandra initiating significant policy changes. His departure from executive roles was welcomed as a sign of "return to normal" by the conservative faithful.
Rowan Williams, 2007
Chandra Mahadasha * age birth until 9.7
14-Jun-1950 Earth-birth * Chandra-Chandr swabhukti * Chandra rules Sravana lagna
1952 meningitis sickness affected the bones,
producing a limping gait and left ear deaf * Chandra-Rahu bhukti
Mangala Mahadasha * age 9.7 until 16.7
Rahu Mahadasha * age 16.7 until 34.7
1975 earned DPhil University of Oxford * Rahu-Budha bhukti * Budha-diploma
02-July-1978 ordination into the Anglican priesthood * Rahu-Ketu bhukti * Mangala-yuti-Ketu * Ketu-9
1979 publication of The wound of knowledge * Rahu-Zukra bhukti * Zukra rules 5-literary creation
1982 publication of Resurrection: Interpreting the Easter Gospel * Rahu-Chandra bhukti * Chandra-5
1982 publication of Eucharistic sacrifice: The roots of a metaphor * Rahu-Chandra bhukti * Chandra-5
Guru Mahadasha * age 34.7 until 50.7
1988 celebrated the birth of child-1 * Guru-Shani bhukti * Shani lagnesha rules 9th-from-Chandra
1991 publication of Teresa of Avila * Guru-Budha bhukti * Budha publications rules 9 spiritual topics
05-Dec-1991 promoted to Bishop of Monmouth * Guru-Budha bhukti * Budha-5 celebrity rules 9-ecclesiastics
1999 promoted to Archbishop of Wales * Guru-Rahu chidradasha
1999 grieved decease of mother * Guru-Rahu chidradasha * endings, forgiveness * Rahu-3 occupies 12th-from-4th, end of parental shelter
1999 grieved decease of father * Guru-Rahu chidradasha * endings, forgiveness * Rahu-3 occupies 12th-from-4th, end of parental shelter
2000 publication of Christ on Trial * Guru-Rahu chidradasha * Rahu-3 publications
Shani Mahadasha * age 50.7.4 until 69.7
2002 publication of The Poems of Rowan Williams * Shani-Shani swabhukti * Shani lagnesha
02-Dec-2002 promoted to Archbishop of Canterbury Shani-Shani swabhukti * Shani lagnesha * Makara lagna occupies 9th-from-Chandra
2004 publication of Anglican Identities * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha publications
2007 publication of Where God Happens: Discovering Christ in One Another * Shani-Zukra bhukti * Zukra rules 5-literature
31-Dec-2012 resigned from role of Archbishop of Canterbury * Shani-Chandra bhukti * Chandra rules 7-contracts, legally just conclusion of professional duties
2013 appointed Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge * Shani-Chandra bhukti * Chandra rules 7-contracts, advising
2013 delivered the Gifford Lectures at the University of Edinburgh * Shani-Chandra bhukti * Chandra-5 creative performance, discussion of Law
2014 Chancellor of the University of South Wales * Shani-Rahu bhukti * Rahu foreign environments. Rahu-3 committee, cohort
Budha Mahadasha * age 69.7 until 85.7
Ketu Mahadasha* age 85.7 until 92.7
| Distinctive features of
Dad = Aneurin Williams,
Mom = Nancy Delphine Morris Williams
MARRIAGE partnership support expectations
7th-from-Chandra-5 = bhava-11 community activism, social progressive linkage
SInce 1981, Williams has been married to the theologian and liturgical writer Jane Paul. They have two children.
Via the Kuja-ruled marriage partnership (11) Williams who is a basically conservative Zravana personality has been thrust (Kuja) into the vanguard of transformative (Vrischika) liberal progressive social participation networks (11).
Critical Kanya-Mangala + nebulous Ketu occupy the scholarly, creative 5th-from-Chandra suggesting a willingness (5 willpower) and ability (Kuja action) to tackle unclear (Ketu) and controversial, accusatory arguments (Mangala-Kanya)
Mangala in bhava-9 * dhana-yoga * Vriddhipathi-11 in 11th-from-11th * earnings from vigor and competition
Budha-5 celebrity rules 9-ecclesiastics
Bantering Budha rules Mithunaya swamsha
Blustering Budha rules Karakamsha = bhava-9 containing Mangala-yuti-Ketu. Williams is acknowledged as a gifted but not easily understood Writer on often abstruse theological, theoretical, philosophical, and conceptual topics (Ketu) .
Guru = kharesha
Brihaspati rules Meena 10th navamsha
Benevolent Brihaspati receives a conservative, restraining, fearful drishti from Shani-Simha-8.
Generous Guiding Guru occupies the career-defining, emotionally dignified , social-ordering, leadership-seeking; 10th-from-Chandra
Kalatrakaraka Zukra representing the Value of Women rules 6th-from-Chandra * emotional conflict from and about women, sexual relationships, finance, and values traditions.
Williams faced surprisingly contentious accusations (6) and bitter criticism (6) for supporting committed same-sex unions within the Church.
Archbishop of Canterbury 1950- Rowan Williams = championed the cause of ordained women priests serving as Anglican bishops, but due to virulent criticism (6) of this initiative, the Anglican Church lost access to much-needed feminine leadership.
Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka
Sober Serious Structural Shani = yogakaraka-graha rules 9+10 from the Chandra lagna
Shani-Simha-8 indicating a fear of politics ++ fear of change occupies the patriotic, nationalistic, comfort-seeking, home-loving, foundational, property-owning 4th-from-Chandra suggesting a stable, conventional, scarcity oriented home and government schools
Shani-8 drishti upon 10-career manifested the highly empowered promotion to Archbishop of Canterbury during Shani-Shani swabhukti.
Shanri-8 drishti also into bhava-2 historical values, languages, song ++ bhava-5 politics, creative gamesmanship
Shani-8 = resistance to change
Shani-8 provided enough contact with the established hierarchy to retain his authority. Yet his tenure in the authority topper role was beleaguered by resistance to change (Shani-8) and social fear of nonconformity (Shani-Simha).
His work on social-economic participation within the communion of believers will be judged to have been successful in retrospect albeit necessarily glacially slow (Shani).
Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka * picchala-karaka (slippery)
Passion for contemplative community
Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka
Occupies the creative, performing, intelligent, charismatic 5th-from-Chandra
Although theologically (9) Williams has been mainly an academic investigator into problematics due to critical, reportage Kanya-Mangala, may be expected to produce more edgy theological writing after retirement from public office due to dogma-dissolving Ketu in classroom-9
file update: 19-Aug-2019
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