Juan Carlos I, King of Spain

 

Source: "A chart for modern Spain is often set for the inauguration of King Juan Carlos on 22 November 1975, a moment which marked not only the restoration of the monarchy, but of parliamentary democracy following the Franco dictatorship. The critical moment seems to have occurred at 12:45 p.m. when the King took the oath of allegiance in Parliament, although other unconfirmed sources quote 12:53 pm." Campion, "The Book of World Horoscopes" (Second Edition), p. 348.

Juan Carlos I, King of Spain

5 January 1938 at 13:15 (= 1:15 PM ) Rome, Italy, 41n54, 12e29

Source Notes :

Quistberg in AA 1966 stated, "His mother told a mutual friend it was 1:20 PM; however, it was officially recorded as 1:15 PM by biographer Jose Luis Quintanilla." Same data in AA 12/1978.

rectified Birth time is 1:20:07 PM

 

 

Compare :


01:20:07 pm to 12:45 pm

 

 

 

SU = MN/PL
MC = SA
SA = MC
MA(AC lord) = SU
JU = PL

 


 

He signed the abdication instrument and, on June 18 2014, signed the organic law passed by parliament.

 

Secondary

 

 

 

 

MC = JU = AC = MN/NE = JU = VE/SA
PL = MO
MO = SA = AC
MN = MC/NE
SU = NE = MA = JU/NE
ME = MA/SA = SU/MA

 

 

Secondary Converse :

 

SA = NE = VE = MN/NE = JU = VE/SA
MO = MC
PL = AC
AC = SU = UR = JU = JU/NE
MC = MN = UR
MA(AC lord) = NE

 

 

31.05.2015

Cemal Cicek