In each Fifty Years Cycle – in each decade – we have among our millions of ancestors a King who asks for a Horoscope in or around his Family. We do inherit ancestral stresses. This List of Dates is a filter – as we have millions of ancestors we must filter them.
DATE (2017, 8-14 October) : This week we will be in 1934.
This is the year of assassinations against Leningrad/Petersburg Mayor Kirov (ordered by Stalin) and against Alexander I. of Serbia/Yugoslavia ordered by Hitler in Marseilles./
KING: The contemporary King /Pharaon avatar/ was George V. of England. (1865-1936) The Kings in this List are all related to Davidic descendants among their ancestors. (Bourbons, Brandenburgers, Medicis, Gonzagas, Windsors, Romanovs all having ancestors both in Aragon and in Hungary from Davidic lines.) So they always had Messianic hopes and fantasies – hence interested in horoscopes.
(Photo: Ernst Sandau) Here we see King George V with his cousin Tsar Nicholas of Russia
HOROSCOPE OF ANCESTRAL KING: The birth about which the Rabbi was asked by the King in his family was that of Albert II, King of Belgium (born on the 6th June of 1934 – abdicated in 2013).
(Photo: Eric Draper) (King Albert with the President of the US and wifes, 2005)
SIGN OF THE WEEK: So he is a Gemini. Which belongs to Openness among the Big10 +2 (Flexibility and stability levels)
PSYCHOMETRIC TRAIT: Openness to experience: (inventive/curious vs. consistent/cautious). Appreciation for art, emotion, adventure, unusual ideas, curiosity, and variety of experience. Openness reflects the degree of intellectual curiosity, creativity and a preference for novelty and variety a person has. It is also described as the extent to which a person is imaginative or independent and depicts a personal preference for a variety of activities over a strict routine.
Individuals with high openness are said to pursue self-actualization specifically by seeking out intense, euphoric experiences. Conversely, those with low openness seek to gain fulfillment through perseverance and are characterized as pragmatic and data-driven—sometimes even perceived to be dogmatic and closed-minded. Some disagreement remains about how to interpret and contextualize the openness factor.
(from: Wikipedia Big Five)