|born on||21 June 1953 at 19:21 (= 7:21 PM )|
|Place||Karachi, Pakistan, 24n52, 67e03|
|Timezone||R4T h5e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||29°54' 23°03 Asc. 00°10'|
Pakistani politician, the first woman leader of the Islamic world. She was the daughter of Ali Bhutto who ruled Pakistan in the '70s. Her dad was overthrown by General Zia in 1977 and executed two years later. The young woman was educated in Harvard and Oxford before entering politics in 1988 while carrying her first child (of three). Her son Bilawal was born 9/21/1988 and she won the national elections on 11/16/1988, taking the oath of office as P.M. on December 2nd, at age 35.
On 8/06/1990, Bhutto and her entire cabinet were dismissed by the President on charges of rampant corruption.
She continued to engage the political arena, becoming leader of the opposition Peoples' Party of Pakistan, holding a seat in Parliament. After having been twice elected prime minister and twice dismissed for alleged corruption and incompetence, she was found guilty for a third time on 4/15/1999. Her husband, Senator Asif Ali Zardari, was also convicted of taking kickbacks from a Swiss company. The couple was fined $8.6 million. In late 2007 she re-entered Pakistan hoping to take political power away from Musharraf in the upcoming elections. Violence accompanied her homecoming on October 18, 2007 but did not deter her. She was placed under house arrest but was freed in mid-November.
On December 27, 2007, Bhutto was getting into her car after a political rally when bullets let loose at close range. She was brought to a hospital and died on December 27, 2007 at about 6:16 PM local time in a Rawalpindi, Pakistan hospital. The assassin subsequently blew himself up, killing 20 others.
Her mother Nusrat survived her but died on October 23, 2011 in Dubai. She had been suffering from Alzheimer's and cancer.
- parent->child relationship with Zardari, Bilawal Bhutto (born 21 September 1988)
- child->parent relationship with Bhutto, Ali Zulfikar (born 5 January 1928)
- Death of Father 1979 (Father executed)
- Death of Sibling 1985 (Mysterious death of younger brother)
- Work : Lose social status 6 August 1990 (Dismissed on charges of corruption)
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- Death of Sibling 1996 (Eldest brother slain)
- Work : Lose social status 15 April 1999 (Dismissed, again, on corruption charges)
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- Death by War or Terrorism 27 December 2007 at 6:16 PM in Rawalpindi, Pakistan (Age 54)
chart Placidus Equal_H.
Qamar Abbas wrote to Marguerite dar Boggia that he had obtained this time of 7:21 PM from Bhutto's father who had given it to his astrologer Cyrus D. F Abayakoon. Use with caution as this is unverified and third-hand information. In addition, we have conflicting times. Originally LMR quoted "date given in Planet Earth, time unknown." In December 2007 PT changed rating from X to DD as multiple times surfaced but no original sources have been given. In December 2007 Michael Wolfstar Reilly listed 7:59 PM on his website with no source; when questioned by e-mail (December 2007) about the source, he wrote the following to PT: I wrote an article about her in 2002, which is when I researched her birth time. I found her birth time of 7:59 pm in a magazine that is now defunct, The Astrological Magazine. Unfortunately, that was three computers ago, and I no longer have the source notes with the exact issue, but it was written by the editor B.V. Raman, who I understand is not prone to rectifying charts. Sy Scholfield found 9:00 PM, citing data from the article, "Prospects for Benazir Bhutto," Astrological Magazine, v.78:1-6 (1989), p. 413: "Benazir was born June 21, 1953 at 9,00 pm in Karachi as published in the newspapers in Pakistan." Sy adds, "NB: A birth time of "7.43 pm LMT" was given in an earlier issue of the same magazine (v.75:1-6 , p. 21), so the 9pm time is presumably an update. Bhutto reportedly said in an interview that she was born at night: "'I was born at night,' Ms. Bhutto says, welcoming guests as she wraps a cream-coloured dupatta, a scarf, around her head. 'So I think I function better at night'" (John Stackhouse, "Benazir Bhutto's darkest hours," The Globe and Mail, 1 October 1998, p. A1)" Amer Abbas Shah (Pakistan) is quoted as saying: "This time of 7:32 Pm was posted by me in Political Astrology Group. This data was used by my two Gurus Dr Mohammad Ayub Taji aand Dr Ijaz hussain Butt and many other prominent Astrologers from Paaakisstaan [sic]
since 1988 and it was actually passed by one of her family member to my teacher Dr Mohammad Ayub Taji. I also used this data for many succesful predictions."
< The Astrological Magazine, which was restarted in 1936 by Dr. B.V. Raman and edited by him for over 62 years, until his passing away in December 1998, is the world’s foremost and most authentic journal on Jyotisha or Hindu astrology with an international readership.>
- Family : Childhood : Family noted
- Family : Childhood : Family traumatic event (Father and two brothers slain)
- Family : Parenting : Kids 1-3
- Passions : Criminal Victim : Terrorism victim (Fatal attack)
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (P.M. of Pakistan, first woman leader)
- Vocation : Politics : Public office (Member of Parliament)