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« on: 31.12.2000 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
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Emile Baulieu, born 12 December 1926 at 04:30 AM in Strasbourg
 
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So what makes this fellow a great scientist? He does not have the Mars and Saturn angularity predicted by the Gauquelin research. Where is "revolutionary impact on women's issues," "anti-aging" and "BIG trouble with the church" written?
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« Reply #1 - on: 08.05.2001 at 13:30 [UT+1] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Jon Dunn
 
First thing: 1996 TL66 is exactly square to Chiron (doctor) - thus indicating a chemical (Chiron) weapon (1996 TL66) and/or more generically a medical (Chiron) blockbuster/newsmaker (1996 TL66). <pre>1996 TL66 27:28 Capricorn Chiron 27:52 Aries</pre>  
semisquare both and at their midpoint: <pre>Juno 12:18 Pisces (women's issues, esp as role-related)</pre>  
Opposite Juno: <pre>1996 PW 11:23 Virgo - uniter, removing obstacles Psyche 11:57 Virgo - feeling someone's pain</pre>  
There are a couple of other intriguing extended squares that seem pertinent here: <pre>Ceres 17:15 Scorpio ASC 17:29 Scorpio</pre> <pre>Eros 14:23 Aquarius Asbolus 16:09 Aquarius</pre>  
and <pre>Venus 24:26 Sagittarius Pholus 26:46 Sagittarius</pre> <pre>Varuna 25:30 Aries Uranus 25:32 Aries</pre>  
The Venus-Uranus square is evident using normal bodies, and suggests (on one level) a potentially revolutionary impact on relationships or women. Pholus seems related to the intelligent being's need for play - and thus is seen connected to both comedy and scientific discovery. Varuna here seems to be the presence of moral conflicts - strongly held moral or religious views, especially where someone feels empowered or obligated to punish or prevent something on moral grounds.  
"By 1985 Claude Evin, France's Minister of Health, approved the sale of RU-486 in France. One month later, it was withdrawn from the market due to the public condemnation of the pill by Roman Catholic Archbishop of Paris, protests of anti-abortionists, who called RU-486 a "chemical weapon," threats of boycotts to Rousell Uclaf and of personal violence to company officers. Two days later, Evin overruled the decision. ... Where is ... "BIG trouble with the church" written?"  
Varuna was in hard aspect to the natal Sun and Moon in 1984-85 <pre>Natal Sun 19 sa 24 Natal Moon 18 pi 09</pre>  
Transiting Varuna 1985 <pre>01 Jan 1985 19 ge 17 Rx 01 Feb 1985 18 ge 48 Rx 01 Mar 1985 18 ge 38 Rx 01 Apr 1985 18 ge 49 01 May 1985 19 ge 19 01 Jun 1985 20 ge 3 01 Jul 1985 20 ge 49 01 Aug 1985 21 ge 31 01 Sep 1985 21 ge 57 01 Oct 1985 22 ge 2 Rx 01 Nov 1985 21 ge 45 Rx</pre>
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« Reply #2 - on: 31.12.2000 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Teresa Hamilton
 
The Gauquelins correctly found that Mars and Saturn were the planets of both doctors and scientists. Baulieu's (Sidereal) 10th lord Moon in Aquarius ---> is disposited by Saturn conjunct Mercury and Sun in Mars-ruled Scorpio (a spectacular medical stellium) and ---> dispositor Mars is angular in the 7th. (The co-dispositor of the 10th lord is Uranus in the 6th house of illness, which is self-explanatory.) My eye went immediately to the striking medical signature of the Mercury/Saturn/Sun conjunction in Scorpio with Mercury and Saturn falling in Saturn's mansion. The stars and constellations draw a dramatic picture here: Mercury (9th lord, representing a dignified profession) is in the degree of Toliman, the brightest star of the Centaur. Centaurus is the constellation of Cheiron, who taught medicine to Aesculapius (Ophiuchus), and Saturn itself is in the degree of delta Ophiuchus. This degree is also occupied by Akrab (delta Scorpio) which Ebertin says is of the nature of Mars and Saturn. Ebertin also links this star to research.  
The third planet in this combination, Mercury, has the emblem of medicine (the Caduceus) as his symbol. The great importance of Baulieu's work is indicated by the Raja (royal) Yoga caused by the Mercury/Saturn conjunction in the 2nd sign (Scorpio) but first house, and conjoined with primary stars in Ophiuchus, the Centaur and Scorpio. Research is also indicated by Neptune (in opposition to 10th lord Moon), a planet which explores new vistas and is ever reaching outward, following its ideals. Neptune is the 6th lord, and Baulieu has made his life's work the prevention of illness and psychological pain in women (Moon). Mars, the dispositor of the medical stellium in Aries in 7th is a powerful key to the chart. It's conjunct Cheiron(!) and also shows the heated opposition Baulieu faced with his abortion pill. Baulieu's crusade was built around helping women terminate or prevent unwanted pregnancies, and the 7th is the house of death in the ancient astrological systems. Mars is in a lunar mansion ruled by the Moon's south node (Ketu), and Ketu is with Venus, the symbol for women.
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« Reply #3 - on: 31.12.2000 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Sylvia Tobias
 
I have found scientists to have prominent Saturn and Pluto as well as those planets configured with Mercury and/or Mars. In Baulieu's case, Mercury is in Scorpio conjunct Saturn in the first house and sesquisquare Pluto in the eighth house in the sign of Cancer. As a cosmobiologist, I am most impressed by such planetary pictures. Mercury/Saturn/Pluto would indicate someone with a very penetrating and disciplined mind with great tenacity. The Scorpio/Cancer combination seems to be particularly appropriate for someone who would be responsible for aborting babies. Certainly there can be no more revolutionary combination than Saturn/Pluto. Neptune in Leo in the 10th house is also brought into the equation and could add to his problems with authority figures. Of course, anyone responsible for birth control or abortions will be in trouble with the Roman Catholic church. Neptune also opposes Jupiter in the 4th house which increases his vulnerability to scandal, misunderstandings, and martyrdom. It further could be responsible for his pill being called a "chemical" (Neptune/Jupiter/Saturn/Pluto) weapon. The Sun sesquiquadrate Mars also makes him a fighter and leader.
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« Reply #4 - on: 31.12.2000 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Jim Shawvan
 
The MC/IC axis is the midpoint of 1st-house Saturn and 6th-house Mars - there's the hard work to overcome obstacles.  
Moon conjunct Uranus, both square Venus conjunct Sun - that pattern shows the potential for revolutionary, scientific, and/or technological changes affecting women.  
Moon ruling the 9th of established religion (in most house systems) conjunct Uranus speaks of the problem with the Church. The equal-house 9th cusp conjunct Pluto repeats the theme, and Pluto is sesquiquadrate the 1st-house Mercury-Saturn conjunction. Also, Saturn ruling the 3rd ("the religion out of power", per Rob Hand) is in the 1st, showing his position with respect to the Church in another way.  
The grand trine of Sun-Venus, Chiron, and Neptune could have to do with the anti-aging pill - Venus-Neptune for the illusion of continuing beauty and youth, Chiron for healing. Jupiter in Aquarius makes this pattern a kite, showing the outcome - success through science. Jupiter receives (disposes) Saturn, hence power over aging.
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« Reply #5 - on: 31.12.2000 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Rollin Shaw
 
There is quite a bit here to indicate these issues and success. The co-rulers of the chart are Pluto and Mars and look where they are; concrete service to the sexual aspect of nurturing. Sun/Venus in the second indicates wanting female freedom of her own body Mercury trine Uranus as well as Jupiter opposing Neptune talks a lot about death issues especially in those signs. If you look at the Uranian points, Apollon is on the midheaven also signifying Scientific success. Also look at the progressed chart and the Sun is conjunct natal Jupiter opposing natal Neptune which bodes well for the success of disappearance.
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« Reply #6 - on: 31.12.2000 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Jackie Slevin
 
What makes Baulieu a great scientist? Angular Saturn squaring the Virgo MC. Mercury, ruler of the MC, trining Uranus. Mars, ruler of his sixth house of medicine trining the MC.  
His revolutionary impact on women's issues are indicated by the conjunction of the Moon and Uranus and the trine from the Moon to the Ascendant.  
Anti-aging is the opposition of Jupiter conjunct the IC to Neptune. This aspect coupled with the ones mentioned above illustrate a clear-eyed idealist scientifically seeking the Fountain of Youth.  
Pluto, co-ruler of Baulieu's Ascendant, is conjunct the ninth house cusp of religion. This suggests he'd have nuclear powered issue or two with orthodox dogma.
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« Reply #7 - on: 31.12.2000 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Julene Johnson
 
I am just a beginner to the study of Astrology, and do not have the answers to the above questions, but I noticed many interesting things looking at his Uranus transits, bringing about sudden change, responsible for shocking & revolutionizing. In 1942 when he changed his name to deflect German attention from his family and acquired the paperwork to make this change possible, Uranus was transiting his 8th house of death & regeneration; death of the old name, regenerated in the new.  
In 1953 while he was an intern in Paris, transiting Uranus conjuncted his Natal Pluto. During two yrs prior to 2 yrs after, he saw the need for transformation in this area of abortion. By 1963, Uranus has reached his MC and he began teaching, and speaking of the need for birth control in poor countries. During his 1970 trip to India that re-enforced his determination, transiting Uranus was in his 11th house of hopes & wishes. In December 1985 transiting Uranus conjuncted his Natal Sun and RU-486 was available in France.
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« Reply #8 - on: 31.12.2000 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Diana K. Rosenberg
 
Baulieu has the constellation Lupus (victims) rising with Mercury there as well; his Saturn, Sun and Venus are at Ophiuchus, who was, to the Greeks, the great physician Aesculapius; his Jupiter, Moon and Uranus are at the stars of the Water-Pourer, which in ancient Euphratean texts, was Gula, a goddess of medicine and healing; his Chiron and Mars are at Andromeda, the Chained Woman, who was, in the ancient Euphratean texts, the Pregnant Woman; the Desc is at 39 and 41 Arietis, determinant stars of the Hindu Nakshatra Bharani, "She Who Bears." His equal house MC was the Neptune of Mary Wollstonecraft, the great pioneering feminist who wrote "The Vindication of the Rights of Women" and who died in childbirth; his regular MC is the Venus of Julius Caesar, the 1st known person who was delivered by C-Section (that's why it's called a "Caesarian").  
As for aging, how about Mercury, planet of youth, cnj Saturn, planet of old age? As for the church, his 9th is ruled by the Moon, which is cnj rebellious Uranus and semi-square his ruler, Mars. The antiscia of Mars culminates, cnj Neptune.  
There's more, but this will do for a start.
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« Reply #9 - on: 31.12.2000 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Michael Bradford
 
The story of this chart, from the sidereal / Vedic perspective, is told to a large extent by the 13-20 degree lunar mansions or Nakshatras which the planets tenant. These 27 sectors of the sidereal zodiac graphically indicate most of the characteristics of this man's life and career.  
Ascendant lord Venus, the planet which signifies both women and the reproductive system, is in Mula, a "sharp" Nakshatra (00-00 to 13-20 Sagittarius). The symbol of this mansion is a tied bundle of roots which connotes delving (burrowing) deeply into a field of study - an excellent planet / Nakshatra combination for reproductive research. Venus is associated with (aspected by) the South node of the Moon - Ketu - one aspect of which is traumatic, sometimes violent, life-changing experiences which can sometimes be fatal (i.e. abortions). Ketu is in the next lunar mansion called Purva Ashada (13-20 to 26-40 Sagittarius), a "fierce" Nakshatra which is associated with, amongst other things, declarations of war and aggression. This placement amplifies these severe elements of Ketu's nature and its corresponding effect on 1st lord Venus. Already we have most of the major characteristics of this man's career, and this is just the start!  
The next important element to consider is the Moon, a planet which is also associated with females and the reproductive system, as lord of the 10th house (of career), posited in the 5th house (of progeny) in Aquarius, in the fierce lunar mansion of Purva Bhadrapada. (20-00 Aquarius to 3-20 Pisces). One symbol of this mansion is a funeral cot and its presiding deity is a form of Rudra, who rules destruction. One of the primary characteristics of this mansion is shown by its other symbol - a man with two faces looking in opposite directions - which connotes spanning the boundary between the realm of the living and the realm of the dead (i.e. the moral issue of what stage in the development of the fetus life begins). It is also associated with acts of searing pain which lead to remorse and penance (i.e. abortions).  
And then there is Mars, the planet which governs knives and cutting, in the 7th house, powerfully placed in its own sign Aries where it aspects (in Vedic astrology), the 10th house of career, the 1st house (the native), and the second house which is its own sign Scorpio where Saturn, the lord of the 5th house (of progeny) sits. Mars sits in the mansion of Bharani, whose deity is Yama, the god of death, and whose symbol is the female sexual organ. Its connotations include struggle (often painful) to bring about radical change in society, and transformation (birth) to a new order. Implicit in this struggle is the opposition of the established powers (i.e. the Church).  
The ascendant itself is in Libra in the lunar mansion of Vishakha (20-00 Libra to 3-20 Scorpio). Its primary meaning is the single-minded, even obsessive, pursuit of a goal or goals, for which most anything may be sacrificed. It is also associated with triumph and victory which, at least at this stage, indicates the inability of the church to stop the dissemination of the abortion pill.  
From the perspective of the lunar Nakshatras we can see all the major themes of this man's life, some of which (i.e. death) are shown two or even three times. Although not all lunar mansions have such dark and negative connotations, these particular ones amply demonstrate the rather graphic nature of Vedic astrology, which does not shy away from illustrating the darker side of life and human nature.
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« Reply #10 - on: 04.11.2003 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Raghu Panikker
 
Natal Predispositions:
SATURN = PLUTO = MERCURY/MC "Deeply searching scientists", "a love of solitude and deep meditation", "the obstinate pursuit of an aim or objective"
SUN = MOON =MARS = JUPITER/PLUTO "The successful use of extraordinary physical or mental powers"
There are many other combinations giving far more details, but I was stunned when I noticed the connection with the biological correspondence for SATURN/PLUTO and the abortion pill.
SATURN = PLUTO "Organic underdevelopment, dried up or calcified fetus within the maternal body"
These observations were published by Ebertin(with the help of doctors in the field) in 1950,decades before Mr. Baulieu developed the pill. All quotations above are from Ebertin's COSI and only hard-aspects(multiples of 45 degree) with tight orbs are used.
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« Reply #11 - on: 23.12.2003 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Samantha
 
1. Neptune in 10th house explains absence of his Father during his childhood. It also reveals his strong desire & dream to choose a highly rewarding or beneficial career, no wonder he became a physician. Mercury in Scorpio and Pluto in 8th house normally give a person great intuitive skills, apt for a scientist. Also his Mercury is in trine with Uranus in Pisces, giving him the power of a genius.
His Neptune is in opposition with Jupiter in Aquairis in the 4th house, which is why his work created major controversy and put him in trouble with the Church( since Jupiter signifies religion & moral beliefs ). Neptune in 10th house also brings less recognition for a person compared to the work he contributes to his profession( he did not receive appreciation for his invention inspite of his dedicated work!).
Reason why he was concerened with women's issues.... His 9th house cusp is Cancer. His Pluto(planet of power) is in Cancer, and also Moon is in the compassionate & feminine Pisces. Pluto and Moon are in trine. Moon is conjunct with revolutionary Uranus. Also Sun is square with Uranus which means he is a rebel beyond doubt.
Reason why his work dealt with birth control.... Scorpio rules reproductive organs. He has Scorpio ascendant, hence Pluto is his chart ruler. Mercury & Saturn(planet of hard work & discipline) are in Scorpio and Pluto in its rightful 8th house(house of sex & regeneration).
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« Reply #12 - on: 06.01.2004 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Savanah Lane
 
Baulieu's mother was a revolutionary activist for women's rights in England before meeting his father. Both his and his mother's emotional passion for revolutionary women's rights is shown through his uranus (revolutionary) conjunt moon (emotional, passion, mother) in pisces (community, service). We then look to Neptune in the 10th and see that this will take place in his professional accomplishments.
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« Reply #13 - on: 11.01.2004 at 12:30 [UT] »
 
reply by Astrodatabank Web User Estebon Duarte CMA
 
Mr. Baulieu's Primary Motivation through a Scorpio Asc. is the will to control life through death imbued with Scorpion passion. The manner in which this will manifest is seen through the stronger of the Ascendent's rulers (Medieval). Mars is in detriment and cadent, so not much good will come of that. In fact, the aggressive (Aries) nature of his sixth house and quality of the MC ruler (Mercury in Scorpio, conjunct Saturn) could account for the confrontation and obstacles he's had to overcome in his work. Besides Mars though the Moon rules the Asc. by Triplicity and is in good condition by being angular (4th), in the watery triplicity and connected to the Asc. by trine. This directs the Primary Motivation of control of life through death toward family issues (4th), particularly Womens' issues (Moon) within the community (Pisces), conflicting with spiritual values (Scorpio/Pisces). Ultimately tied to service and profession with Mercury (ruler of the MC) in the first and Mars (ruler of the Asc. by sign) in the sixth while ruling it.
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