In the last (Feb 4) installment, I introduced a possible astrological chart for the Society of Jesus, or The Jesuits. This chart, as seen below, is drawn for the astrological default of Sun on the overhead meridian, or the “Midheaven,” and the central focus of the chart is that Jupiter conjoins the fixed star Regulus on that date, as well as a very tight conjunction of Saturn and the fixed star Spica:
I had also argued that this chart-moment was likely “elected,” meaning that it was astrologically chosen well ahead of time to be the day that the alliance between the Papacy and Ignatius Loyola’s group of papists became official, by way of a Papal bull called the Formula of the Institute.
The Society of Jesus moved quickly with their mission after September of 1540, helping the Vatican reach out to distant “new” lands, and also…
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