Charles I, King

From Astro-Databank
Jump to: navigation, search
Name
Charles I, King Gender: M
Stuart, Charles
born on 19 November 1600 Jul.Cal. (29 Nov 1600 greg.) at 23:00 (= 11:00 PM )
Place Dunfermline, Scotland, 56n04, 3w29
Timezone LMT m3w29 (is local mean time)
Data source
News report
Rodden Rating A
Collector: Harvey
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_sagcol.18.gif 08°08' s_mo.18.gif s_libcol.18.gif 05°16 Asc.s_vircol.18.gif 06°15'



King Charles I (Portrait from the studio of Anthony van Dyck, 1636)

Biography

British royalty, King Charles I of Scotland and Ireland 1625 to 1649, a patron of the arts who laid the foundations of the royal art collection and brought Anthony van Dyck to England to revolutionize portraiture. Called the most unfortunate of Princes for his unhappy life, Charles was the fourth child and second son of James I of Great Britain. As a child, he was a stammerer. He married Henrietta Maria, youngest daughter of Henri IV of France and Marie de Medicis, in 1625. He had nine kids; the first child, a son, died soon after birth.

Politically, he aroused great enmity, leaning too far toward Catholicism in an age of strident Puritanism in England, and ruling without the approval or say of Parliament. He abandoned Strafford to execution in 1641, set up his standard at Nottingham in July 1642 to confront Parliament, and executed Archbishop Laud in 1645. Parliament passed a special ordinance to try their overlord on 1 January 1649 OS, and the King was executed by beheading outside the Banquet House in Whitehall a few minutes after 2:00 PM on 30 January 1649 OS.

Link to Wikipedia biography

Relationships

  • associate relationship with Dee, Arthur (born 13 July 1579 Jul.Cal. (23 July 1579 greg.)). Notes: Personal physician
  • friend relationship with Villiers, George (born 28 August 1592 Jul.Cal. (7 Sep 1592 greg.)). Notes: royal favourite
  • parent->child relationship with Elizabeth Stuart (born 28 December 1635 Jul.Cal. (7 Jan 1636 greg.))

Events

  • Work : Gain social status 1625 (King of Scotland and Ireland, 24 years)
  • Crime : Trial dates 1 January 1649 (greg.) (Ordinance passed by parliament to try Charles)
    chart Placidus Equal_H.
  • Death by Execution 30 January 1649 Jul.Cal. (9 Feb 1649 greg.) at 02:03 AM in London, England (Beheaded, age 48)
    chart Placidus Equal_H.
  • Death by Execution 9 February 1649 (greg.) at 1:53 PM in Whitehall, England (NS date: Beheaded, age 48 on 1/30/1649 OS)
    chart Placidus Equal_H.

Source Notes

Paul Wright quotes a letter from the English Ambassador to his Secretary of State, "On Monday last the King rode to the Queen to Dunfermline and returned yesternight. They never loved better. This night at 11 of the clock the Queen was delivered of a son and word therof this night at about three hours brought to the King."

November 19, 1600 OS. The time was undoubtedly LAT, and inasmuch as the hour is a generally rounded off time, the correction of -11 minutes may be considered along with the necessary rectification.Martin Harvey in AQ Winter/1950 gives 10:04 PM rectified from "between 11 and 12 hours of even," historic testimony found in Lloyd's Evening Post as copies from a manuscript, November 19 OS."

(Gadbury gave 10:02:35 PM, with which Partridge disagreed in 1967, as did Adam. PC quotes NN for 10:00 PM. M.A. May 1907 gives 10:03 PM as "culled from Sibly's Celestial Science of Astrology.")

(Sally Davis quotes Charles Carlton, "Charles I: The Personal Monarch," Routledge, 1983, p.1, for "shortly after midday," " quoting contemporary sources, "Fleming, an astrologer of the period.")

Categories

  • Traits : Body : Voice/Speech (Stammerer)
  • Diagnoses : Psychological : Stutter, Tics (Stammerer)
  • Family : Parenting : Kids more than 3 (Nine)
  • Family : Parenting : Kids -Traumatic event (Not all children survived)
  • Lifestyle : Work : Same Job more than 10 yrs (24 years as King)
  • Lifestyle : Social Life : Hobbies, games (Enjoyed the arts)
  • Passions : Criminal Perpetrator : Civil/ Political (Ruled sans the authority of Parliament)
  • Passions : Criminal Perpetrator : Executed
  • Personal : Religion/Spirituality : Western (Catholic)
  • Personal : Death : Unusual (Beheaded)
  • Notable : Famous : Historic figure (Laid foundations of Royal Art Collection)
  • Notable : Famous : Royal family (Scotland-Ireland)

Personal tools