First World War – Germany

   Wilhelm II was the German emperor who ruled Germany during First World War (emperor of June 15, 1888 to November 9, 1918). He was seen as belligerent because he encouraged militarism and ruled in an authoritarian manner. He developed a navy and did not oppose the nationalist movements. During his reign the German industry known significant growth. He liked military parades but took a conciliatory attitude in several cases including at Morocco, opposite at France. But he failed to escape the influence of his very militarized elites. Following alliances with Austria-Hungary and the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and his wife by a Serbian nationalist, he accepted the process of coming into war of Germany, requested by leaders of his officers, sure of their military superiority and to win this war.
    Then Austria-Hungary went to war and an irreversible process of alliances was triggered:
  • Austria-Hungary declared war against Serbia on July 28, 2014.
  • The French government withdrew its troops ten kilometers inside its borders.
  • On July 29, Russia declared partial mobilization against Austria-Hungary.
  • On August 1, Germany declared war on Russia.
  • The same day, France decreed general mobilization at 16 h.
  • On August 2, Germany invaded Luxembourg.
  • On August 3, she declared war on France and Belgium.
  • The next day, the United Kingdom went to war against Germany as guarantor of Belgian neutrality.

   The German defeat was fatal to the German monarchy. At the end of 1918, mutinies and the establishment of councils of soldiers or workers in major cities forced William II to abdicate on November 9, 1918 after the proclamation of the republic in a revolutionary climate. The armistice was approved on November 11, 1918. This is a civilian, a deputy named Matthias Erzberger, a member of the Reichstag from 1903 to 1918, which was responsible for the German delegation and who approved the armistice for Germany. The Weimar Republic was established on August 11, 1919 in Weimar by the German National Constituent Assembly.

   After his defeat, Wilhelm II was forced into exile in Netherlands. He was considered as the main responsible of First World War by the representatives of allied governments present at the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on June 28, 1919. This treaty promulgated the establishment of the League of Nations and endorsed sanctions against Germany and its allies. William II died June 4, 1941, to 82 years old in Netherlands.

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  • In the Horoscope of Wilhelm II:
       On August 1, 1914 is set to 18° 56′ of Aries. This degree has a Powerful force in House XI.
       The degree of the year is situated at 16° 58′ of Libra. It has a Middle force in House V. At fifty-five years and six months, he announces the Mercury-Moon period. The Moon has a Feeble force at the end of the House V.

      Analogies of the declaration of war:
    • The degree of the day culminates in House XI and has a Powerful force. It is under the direct influence of its governor Mars, master of Aries which is also governor of the House XI. Mars is the god of war in ancient times. In this horoscope, Mars has a Very Powerful force at the Midheaven and an Evil quality in Pisces. It is also governor of 20° of Capricorn which receives the House VII (by its Exaltation and its mastery over the Term). It has an analogy with exacerbated military power (Mars, of bad quality, culminating at the Midheaven), causing war (Mars Governor of House VII) due to a military alliance (Mars governor of the House XI which receives also the degree of the day).
    • The Moon, master of the period, has an Evil quality because in Fall in Scorpio. Although of Feeble force at the end of the House V, Moon is determinant of the war because directly connected to Mars:
      1. Mars is the ruler of the degree of the Moon in Scorpio because there is its sign of Domicile.
      2. The Moon (at 26° 51′) is into the exact degree of Mars (at 26° 49′).
  • In the Solar Revolution of 1914 (SR 1914):
       On August 1, 1914 is positioned at 18° of Aries in natal House XI and House VII of SR.
       The degree of year is at 14° 41′ of Libra in natal House V and conjunct with the Ascendant of SR.
       The planetary period is that of Mercury-Mercury.

      Most of Solar:
    • Valorization of Mars and the House VII, both signifiers of war:
      • Natal Mars, of Evil quality and of Very Powerful force in Pisces at the natal Midheaven, is the governor of the degree of the day and of House VII of SR, located at 17° 36′ of Aries in conjunction with the degree of a day within one degree.
      • Natal Mars is also governor of the natal House VII located at 20° 49′ of Capricorn.
      • Mercury, master of the two periods, is conjunct at its natal position with the natal House VII. It has a Very Powerful force and a Middle quality. It has an analogy with a risk of war (House VII).
      • The degree of the year has a Powerful force in conjunction with the Ascendant of SR. Located at 14° 41′ of Libra, it is also a degree awarded to Mercury (13° 28′), master of the two periods and conjunct with the natal House VII.
  • The abdication of Wilhelm II was held on November 9, 1918, at 59.78 years. This date corresponds to 6° 11′ Scorpio in the circle of 80 years. It is a degree awarded to the Sun (7° 11′) which has a Powerful force and a Middle quality in Scorpio. All degrees of the Sun are themselves under the influence of Saturn which is at 9° 01′.
    At 59.78 years, this event occurred in the period Mercury-Saturn. Saturn is the governor of the degree of the Sun, of Evil quality in Aquarius. Saturn has a Very Evil quality in Leo, in one of its signs of Detriment. At its natal position, Saturn is opposite with the Sun and of Powerful force. These configurations announce the loss of prestige and disgrace (Sun in Aquarius of Evil quality) due to its defeat, the end of his reign and his dynasty (Saturn in Leo of Very Evil quality in House I, that of the quality of the relationship between Wilhelm II and the German nation).
    Mercury, master of the Grand Period, is governor of the House XII (0° 13′ Gemini), that of exile.

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