Eltsine 12 6 1991
   Boris Eltsine became the first president of Republic of Russia    June 12, 1991, Boris Eltsine became the first president of Republic of Russia, elected with 57% of the vote. The collapse of the USSR and the defeat of the Hitler empire in 1945, are certainly the most spectacular events of the XXe century. Thanks to him, this change arrived without blood bath, which is almost incredible, compared to the military power of the communist USSR. He became famous in August 1991, when he opposed to an attempt at putsch provoked by nostalgic communists. Without fear ...

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USA SR 1974
   The resignation of Richard Nixon    For worldwide astrology, I use the birth chart of the Declaration of Independence of July 04, 1776 of USA. The dating of the 360° of the zodiac is done for a duration of 80 years. The charts are created for the years 1776, 1856 and 1936.       August 08, 1974, Nixon gave his resignation on account of the scandal of Watergate, a case of espionage of the opposing party for which it has undergoes several inculpations in front of the American Congress. This resignation enabled him to save face...

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USA 4 11 2008
   Barack OBAMA, 44th President of USA A- George Walker Bush's period - The remarkable analogies:Saturn is jointed at Sun in Cancer, in House XII and also at the Ascendant. It has a Very Evil quality and a Very Powerfull force.He became 43th President of the USA with a period Jupiter/Jupiter (54 years old).Then in the period Jupiter/Saturn (55 years old) in the House VIII, that of major adversities, happened the attack of the Wall Trade Center, on September, 11 2001. After that, followed two wars in Afghanistan and in Irak!From 2006, happened the subprime mortgage crisis, the...

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USA SR 2009
   Mr Barack Obama got the Nobel Peace Prize on October 9, 2009. In the Horoscope of USA:On October 9, 2009 positions at 17°22' of Virgo.This position has conjunctions with the degrees of Moon (15°02') and Jupiter (16°40').The Moon has a Beneficial quality at this position with native Sun.The degree of Jupiter has a Middle quality in Virgo. Together they have a Beneficial quality. This degree has a Very Powerful force, by its conjunction with the Midheaven that has an analogy with the distinctions got at foreign (House IX).       In the Sun r...

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Sarkosy SR 2012
   Mr François Hollande, President of France Horoscope onMay 6, 2012of Mr Hollande Horoscope onMay 6, 2012of Mr Sarkosy Solar Revolution2011 ofMr Hollande Solar Revolution2012 ofMr Sarkosy    Why is François Hollande became the President of France, on May 6, 2012? Investigation about the planetary periods of Horoscopes and of Suns Returns of François Hollande and Nicolas Sarkosy. Electionon May 6, 2012: FrançoisHollande NicolasSarkosy THEIRS HOROSCOPES Theirs ages: 57,73 years old 57,27...

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ROMNEY 6-11-2012
   Mr Barack OBAMA, re-elected President    Thanks to my discovery of the planetory periods I should have to announce very easily the results of the election of november 2012 in USA. It's up to you to draw your own conclusions! Election on 06/11/2012 : Barack OBAMA Mitt ROMNEY IN THEIRS HOROSCOPES Theirs ages: 51,25 years old 65,65 years old Positions at the degrees of the year: 24°01' of Capricorn 16°39' of Capricorn Planetary Periods: ...

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Nelson Mandela 27 4 1994
   On April 27, 1994, Nelson Mandela was elected President of the Republic of South Africa, thank to the first multiracial elections. After 27 years of imprisonment, he became the first color president in his country after have been the leader of the ANC. His party had decided the armed struggle against apartheid laws, implemented by the National Party government. In the Horoscope of Nelson Mandela :   April 27, 1994 is positioned at 12° 31' of Aries in House V. It is the point of convergence of Mars at its exact native degree (12° 35' of Libra). ...

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Margaret Thatcher 2 11 1975
   February 11, 1975, Margaret Thatcher became head of the Conservative party. Party lost two consecutive elections. It is thanks to this first victory she became the first woman prime minister of a Western government, four years later on May 3, 1979. In the Horoscope of Margaret Thatcher:   February 11, 1975 is positioned at 29°51' Virgo in House XI. It is the point of convergence of the Moon at 1°13' (28°38' for native Moon). This degree has also a conjunction with the Part of Fortune (24°24' Virgo). It has a Very Powerful force.   The...

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Nelson Mandela SR 1962
   On August 5, 1962, Nelson Mandela was arrested and imprisoned in Johannesburg. Lawyer, he joined the African National Congress (ANC) in 1944. His arrest made ​​after seventeen months in hiding because he was one of the founders of the military organization of the ANC. Indeed, after decades of peaceful struggle without result, some ANC leader decided to armed struggle against the apartheid laws, put in place by the Government of South Africa's National Party in 1948. He was first sentenced to five years in prison and on June 11, 1964 to life imprisonment in a second trial....

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Nelson Mandela SR 1989
   The release of Nelson Mandela was held on February 11, 1990 unconditionally before the world's media. President de Klerk announced the lifting of the ban on the ANC and many other anti-apartheid organizations nine days earlier. Nelson Mandela had refused to negotiate because a prisoner is not free to enter into contracts. This was the beginning of the negotiations that led to the first multiracial general elections of 27 April 1994 largely won by the ANC (62.6% of the vote) and the election of Nelson Mandela as president of South Africa. In the Horoscope of Nelson Man...

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Indira Gandhi SR 1965
   Indira Gandhi was born on November 19, 1917 in Allahabad near Agra in India about 200 km southeast of New Delhi. She fought for the independence of India alongside her father Jawaharlal Nehru, who became the first Prime Minister of independent India in 1947. Teenager, she organized the youth movement of her party. So she forged of unbreakable relationships with those who became future leaders and members of her party. She became president of the electoral commission of the party and Minister of Information in 1964 at the death of her father. Then, Indira Gandhi was elected pr...

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Angela Merkel  SR 2013
   On Sunday September 22, 2013, Angela Merkel won her third election and positioned herself again as Chancellor of Germany that is to say, the head of government of the Federal Republic of Germany.   At the September 2005 elections, her party, the CDU-CSU (Christian Democratic Union associated with the Christian Social Union of Bavaria) had received four more seats than the SPD (Social Democratic Party). In 2005, Angela Merkel became the first woman chancellor of Germany thanks to the grand coalition, a government agreement between the two major political movemen...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1899
   Winston Churchill was elected in 1900 and served in parliament with the Conservatives. In fact, after his first electoral defeat of spring 1899, he bounced like a war correspondent during the Second Boer War broke out on October 11, 1998 in South Africa. Taken prisoner, he managed to escape and then engaged again as officer in the British army. He participated in the liberation of Pretoria and his former friends of detention and obtained through his feats of arms a good reputation that allowed him to return to England in June 1990 where he was welcomed as a hero. The time had...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1910
   Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty - After his first election victory as member Churchill sat with members of the Conservative party in Parliament. From 1903, the Conservatives decided to support protectionism to promote domestic trade. In March 1904, Churchill was remarked in a speech in favor of free trade, which led to the break with his party. He left it the end of 1904 to support the program of the Liberal Party. This is this party that won the elections in December 1905. The leader of the Liberal Party became prime minister and appointed Churchill, Under-Secr...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1916
   After serving five months on the West Front in France, Winston Churchill returned in March 1916 to intervene to the House of Commons in London, where he was still a member. He was appointed Minister of Munitions on July 17, 1917 in a liberal-conservative coalition government. His role was to ensure the supplies of arms for troops. He thought that the tanks could make a difference. The armistice was signed on November 11, 1918 ending four years of war that saw the mobilization of more than 42 millions of Allied soldiers and 25 millions of hostile soldiers. In January 1919, he ...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1921
   Winston Churchill lost his parliamentary mandate in the elections of November 15, 1922. His wife Clementine had to represent him during the campaign because he fell seriously ill and was operated on for an appendectomy. He supported the Liberal Party was divided between two leaders. He traveled for his convalescence on the French Riviera where he indulged in his hobby, painting pictures. He lost re-election in Leicester on 6 December 1923. Winston Churchill left the Liberal Party because he formed a new government with Labour. He chose to be an independent and after another f...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1939
  Winston Churchill was appointed Prime Minister by King George VI May 10, 1940 at 18:30. The same morning, Adolf Hiter had ordered the invasion of France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Netherlands ending the phoney war, the first eight months of the war that saw no offensive against France. This appointment was the result of the disowning outgoing Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, by the members of Labour and the Liberals after his hesitations. Facing him, Churchill argued a more aggressive strategy that of preventive even in neutral countries of Europe interventions.   ...

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Winston Churchill SR 1944
   On 7 May 1945, in a school of Reims, France, the German general staff of the Western Front signed its unconditional surrender. Winston Churchill was able to proclaim the surrender of Germany and the cessation of hostilities at midnight one minute. The next day, the Nazi general staff at Berlin confirmed its surrender.   On 19 May 1945, the Labour Party left the government for ending the period of national unity of wartime. New elections were held on July 5. The surprising result gave victory for the first time since its foundation, to the Labour Party. After le...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1952
   After his defeat in 1945, Winston Churchill devoted himself to his two passions of writing and painting. He accepted the responsibility of Leader of the Opposition obtained through his experience and his popularity. He oriented his communication on international issues. The victory of 1945 had the effect of strengthening the communist dictatorship of Stalin. Many European countries, such as Poland sacrificed, found themselves behind the "Iron Curtain" under the domination of the Bolsheviks. Winston Churchill positioned the Conservatives political line to the center-right. At ...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1910
   In 1904, Franklin Roosevelt took courses in law at Columbia University in New York. It did not graduate but he preferred pass with success the Diploma exams for the New York Bar in spring 1907. Then he worked for a law firm reputed business of Wall Street in 1908, the first year without remuneration. A legal career didn't satisfy him, he chose politics, the way of his uncle by marriage President Theodore Roosevelt. On November 08, 1910, Franklin Roosevelt won his first election as senator, he was only challenger in a tough district. He was 28 years old. He served in the Senat...

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