In the last two installments of “(some) Vatican Astrology,” I posted the charts for two major Papal dicta on the Society of Jesus, also called the Jesuits.
I stated that there might have been some kind of “elective” astrology involved, as the two charts have certain astrological elements that would point to such astro-planning, centered on the two great chronocrators – Jupiter and Saturn.
A third chart for the Jesuits is the date of the Ascendente Domino, on May 24, 1584. This is the final Papal Bull concerning the Jesuits before the Society was suppressed in 1773.
The Bull reaffirms the original mission of the Society, and offers some clarification on minor issues:
Ascendente Domino, a Bull issued by Gregory XIII, May 24, 1584, in favor of the Society of Jesus, to confirm the Constitution of the Society and the privileges already granted to it by Paul III, Julius…
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