JMA-History - Articles
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The JWA-History is a complementary journal of our Journal of World Astrology. While the role of JWA is to account for our research carried out in the framework of "virtual seminars" on global astrology and the history of civilizations and on the emergence of a new paradigm of world astrology, The purpose of JAW History is to commemorate each year historical events in the near or distant past. Its publication is therefore based on the date of these events throughout the year.
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This issue of JWA-History, devoted to the birth of Saint Louis (April 25, 1214), deals with the following themes :
Place and date of birth of Saint Louis
The astrological theme of Saint Louis
The king and the saint according to Joinville
Appendix 1 - Louis Lallement on the reign of St. Louis
Appendix 2 - Jean Phaure’s Conference : Saint Louis and the French Monarchy (August 25, 1985)
Appendix 3 - Communiqué of Oriflamme : Procession in honor of Saint Louis in Paris on Saturday, May 17, 2014
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This number 2 of RAM-History, devoted to the abdication of Napoleon I (April 20, 1814), deals with the following themes :
The capitulation of Paris (March 31, 1814)
The celestial partition and astralities of April 1814
The quartet of key characters in the drama :
Alexander I, Napoleon I, Armand de Caulaincourt, Talleyrand
The unfolding of the drama
This number 3 of JWA-History is devoted to the two great battles that will determine the balance of forces between the two blocs engaged in the conflict : in the East, the Battle of Tannenberg in East Prussia (26-30 August) In the West the Battle of the Marne (September 6-13).
The topics covered are :
The Battle of Tannenberg as seen by Solzhenitsyn - 1914 and 1410
The battle of the Marne - the miracle of the Marne and the Angels of Mons
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This issue of JWA-History is devoted to the Battle of Waterloo. The first part briefly presents the political and military situation during the Hundred Days. A second part concerns the campaign of Belgium, from 12 June. The third part deals with the battle of Waterloo proper and its consequences : the second abdication of Napoleon and the capitulation of Paris.
The topics covered are :
Battle of Waterloo - Classic theme and global theme
From Leipzig to Waterloo
Napoleon leaves Paris - Beginning of the offensive on Belgium
Campaign in Belgium : three phases
Waterloo - Beginning of the Battle
Second abdication of Napoleon
Capitulation of Paris
Synastrie : Napoléon and Waterloo
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This number 5 of the JWA-History is devoted to the death of Louis XIV. The first part presents the charts of birth and death of the Sun King and puts these charts in perspective of the Uranus-Pluto cycle from 1710 to 1793. There follow a few methodological reflections on the interpretation of classical planetary cycles in relation to the system of Transneptunians. This makes it possible to highlight the movements of thought that are born at the time of the conjunction of 1710 and culminate, at the moment of the opposition, in the revolutions of France and America.
A second part deals with the black years 1709-1714, which sees the successive deaths of the direct heirs of Louis XIV : Monseigneur the Grand Dauphin in 1711, the Duke of Burgundy and his eldest son in 1712, the Duke of Berry in 1714.
The third part first presents some highlights of the year 1715 - the last embassy, from Shah of Persia, received in the Great Gallery of Versailles ; The total solar eclipse of 3 May, in Marly, in the presence of the King and the celebrated astronomer Cassini ; The last touch of the scrofules at Pentecost - then, following the 10th of August, we follow the King’s illness that will lead him, after a series of moving farewells and as part of a spectacular staging of the Royal majesty, on the threshold of death, which occurs on the morning of the 1st of September.
This number 6 of RMA-History, is dedicated to the campaign of Russia of 1812. A first part deals with the rise towards the war. The handled themes are the following ones :
Departure of Napoleon from Saint-Cloud (May 9, 1812)
The second part deals with the invasion, from June 24, to the beginning of the retreat, on October 25. Themes dealt are as following :
The crossing of he Niemen (June 24, 1812)
Vitebsk (July 28)
Smolensk (August 3rd)
Borodino (September 7)
Moscow (September 14)
Taroutino (October 18)
Maloïaroslavets (October 24-25)
The thid part dals with the retreat from Russia. Themes dealt are as following :
Battle of Berezina (November 25-29)
The crossing of the Niemen (Décember 14)
The next section presents the protagonists of the conflict and some other themes :
The Tsar Alexander I
Conception of War and Peace (March 19, 1863)
A final section deals with the suites and consequences of war, and various considerations on the clemency of the Tsar Alexander I, on the two opposite conceptions of universal Empire and the Holy Alliance, the triumph of Thalassocracy and finally on the memory of 1812 in Russia. Themes covered include :
Battle of the Nations (October 16-19, 1813)
The coronation of Alexander III and the Christ the Savior Cathedral
The conclusion reflects on the brutalization of morals and minds barbarization.
This number 7 of RAM History, devoted to the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II, is presented in the form of a triptych with, as a prelude, the assassination of Rasputin, then the revolution of February 1917 in Petrograd, and last the Abdication of the Tsar.
In the foreword are presented the themes of Nicholas II, the Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna and the Tsarevich Alexis Nicolaievich.
The themes dealt with in the first part are as following :
Raspoutine in Tsarskoïé Selo (October 13, 1906)
Beginning of the Romanov dynasty (February 21, 1613)
Involvement of Russia in the war (August 1, 1914)
Rasputin - The New Moon of January 12th, 1869
The murder of Rasputin (December 30, 1916)
The themes dealt in this second part are as following :
Ingress of Capricorn 1916
New Moon on February 21,1917
Full Moon on March 8, 1917
3rd quarter Sun-Moon on March 16,1917
The themes dealt in the third part are as following :
Nicolas II’s abdication
After that come Alexandre Soljenitsyne’s reflections on the seized revolution, then some conclusive remarks on the system of Transneptuniens and the eschatologic dimension, as well as on the fates of the communism today.