|born on||20 August 1941 at 22:00 (= 10:00 PM )|
|Place||Pozarevac, Serbia, 44n37, 21e11|
|Timezone||MEDT h2e (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||27°23' 03°08 Asc. 05°59'|
Serbian Communist Party bureaucrat called "the Butcher of the Balkans" for his efforts toward "ethnic cleansing." Formerly a law student, he was the CEO of one of the largest banks in his country before becoming the founder and president of the Socialist Party of Serbia, a hard-liner communist.
He was the product of a trouble youth; his dad Svetozar, a teacher of religion from Montenegro, abandoned the family when the boy was in elementary school, and in 1962, committed suicide by shooting himself in the head. His mother: Stanislava, a fervent Communist activist; committed suicide by hanging herself in her living room, 1974 . An army general uncle also committed suicide by shooting himself. Milosevic was a loner in school with no personal friends. He earned a law degree from Belgrade University in 1964; at school, he was active in student politics.
He married a fellow communist, Mirjana Markovic, Ph.D., a high school classmate activist from a prominent Serbian communist family and tenured professor of sociology at the University of Belgrade. They had two kids, son Marko and daughter Marija. His religion is Serbian Orthodox. He suffers from diabetes.
When Slovenia and Croatia seceded from Yugoslavia in 1992, Milosevic stirred up ancient rivalries. At least 10,000 Croatians were killed and Bosnia became a charnel house of some 19,000 dead. The Serb-officered army shelled, burned, looted, massacred and raped their way to control some 70% of Bosnian territory.
No longer a national hero, Milosevic conducted outrageous propaganda and vote rigging to win the 12/20/1992 election.
On 3/24/1999, NATO and American troops began bombing Yugoslavia when he refused to accept a peace agreement for Kosovo, a pact that had been signed in Paris the prior week by ethnic Albanians who make up most of Kosovo's population.
On 5/27/1999, the world tribunal indicted Milosevic for atrocities in his homeland. After several years standoff, Riot police attempted to arrest him with a warrant on 3/31/2001, but he calmly denied the action, refusing to leave his Belgrade villa. After a 26-hour armed standoff, he yielded and was taken to Belgrade's Central Prison on 4/01/2001.
On the morning of March 11, 2006, the former dictator was found dead in his cell at the United Nations detention center at The Hague. Although hints flew that his death was caused by accidental or intentional poisoning at his own hand or another’s, an autopsy report stated that a heart attack was the cause of death.
- Family trauma 1962 (father's suicide)
- Death of Mother 1974 (by suicide)
- Social : Institutionalized - prison, hospital 1 April 2001 (imprisoned for war crimes)
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- Death by Heart Attack 11 March 2006 in The Hague (Found dead in prison cell, age 64)
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Zip Dobyns quotes a German friend for "reported data in Germany." August 20, 1941, 10:00 PM MEWT. Patrice Petittalot has the same, "This birthdata was gived in Sextile and Meridian, by Bern Jurecic, no precision of real source." Jurecic writes, " At the end of 1994 (approx.) "Meridian" (DAV-magazine,) issued Slobodan Milosevic's birthchart, but without the birthtime. I dig out an old Yugoslavian/nowadays Serbian astrologic magazine "Zodijak" who discussed this chart in comparison with Dr. Tudjman in 1990, i.e. before their first war in 1991. Data quoted is 20.8.1941 (not 1940!), Pozarevac, merely exact 90 km east of Belgrade. There was no source quoted, sorry (but anyway it's not a practice here yet. I proceeded this data to "Meridian" and they published it in 02/1995, if I remember well."
AFA DX No.106 quotes Milan Radmanovich for 1940, 3:20 AM MET "from a mutual friend," with the notation that "2:30 AM has also been seen." AFA DX No.121 quotes the Sunday Times for 1941.
Claudia Dikinis quotes Dubie Bacina of Yugoslavia for "ASC 28 Cancer" which is 2:17 AM MET for August 20, 1941, data "from Yugoslavian astrologers."
Marion March reports that two encyclopedias give August 29, 1941 and that a quote has come out of Belgrade of August 20, 1941 at 4:25 PM.
Richard Nolle quotes Milosevic's date and place from his official biography at the Yugoslavian Government website of August 20, 1941, Pozarevac, Serbia (Yugoslavia), time unknown.
Robin Armstrong of Canada reports that the ACS Atlas gives MEWT (War time from 4/18/1941 to 11/02/1942).
Bil Tierney writes in the ISAR email Newsletter, "On Aug. 20, 1999, anti-Milosevic demonstrators staged a little mock birthday party in Belgrade."
Gordana Cvetic, President SOCIETY ASTROLOGERS traditional of SERBIA *Zvezdarijum*, Belgrade-Zemun, E-mail:email@example.com gives 1:30 PM (13 and a half war time) from From COMMUNITY-parish-municipaliti OFFICE! office in Belgrade. He emphatically adds, "NOT HAVE DILEMMA: man is born ONCE, one day, one time, in one city, one mother !?. It's 20.avg 1941.y. in Pozarevac; Community office in Pozarevac have monosyllabic original Church book (Now civil code) about your born citizens! Rest is wisting.Please, to test statement by means of Cult.ATTACHE US Embassy in YU, tel +381113619344! Community Office-bureau in Pozarevac is, tel.+ 381 12 223344; maiby attacher /or.../ gives fotocopy for your Date-bank?.."
- Traits : Personality : Solitary/ Introvert
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Heart disease/attack
- Family : Childhood : Family traumatic event
- Passions : Criminal Perpetrator : Torturer/ Sadist
- Personal : Death : Illness/ Disease
- Vocation : Business : Banker/ Financier
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state