|born on||2 March 1931 at 20:30 (= 8:30 PM )|
|Place||Privolnoje, Russian Federation, 45n55, 41e18|
|Timezone||MSK h3e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||11°11' 16°49 Asc. 10°02'|
Russian politician who succeeded Konstantin Chernenko as General Secretary of the Communist Party on 11 March 1985. He served as a party official for 22 years before his appointment as Agricultural Secretary in 1978, after which he soon became part of the Kremlin's inner circle. He has indicated a desire for peaceful coexistence with the west, and signed an Arms Treaty with President Reagan on 8 December 1987, 2:02 PM EST, Washington, DC.
On 15 October 1990, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (announcement)
He met his wife Raisa when they were both university students; they have two kids. She was born on January 5, 1932, Rubtsovsk, Siberia, 81 E.10, 51 N.33 (from Time Magazine 6/06/1988). They had, to all appearances, a particularly devoted marriage. Raisa died of leukemia on 20 September 1999.
- associate relationship with Political: INF Treaty (born 8 December 1987). Notes: Signatory
- friend relationship with Cohen, Stephen F. (born 25 November 1938)
- compare to chart of Nation: USSR, foundation (born 30 December 1922)
- Work : Great Achievement 8 December 1987 at 02:02 AM in Washington, DC (Signed the Arms Treaty with Pres. Reagan)
chart Placidus Equal_H.
David Fisher quotes a French paper, "Gorbatchev, qui vient de terminer sa visite en France, est ne le 2 Mars, at 20:30, a Primanovlie, d'apres ce qui fut publie dans le New York Times au moment de son arrivee auj pouvoir. Leander Smith rectifie de theme pour 20:23 (16:23 UT).
Zip Dobyns "Asteroid World" Winter/1990 quotes Farida Asadullina from "a high official in Moscow" for 7:33 AM ST-3 Zone.
Edith Custer in Mercury Hour Ext 10/1990 quotes Asadullina "from a close friend of Gorbachev, 7:53 AM.
Bill Meridian sends a copy of the booklet from The Russian Astrological Center, Sirius, PO Box 24, 123514 Moscow, with a time of 7:53 AM ST-3 Zone, 45 N.18, 42 E.40.
International Atlas has two Privolnoje. Steinbrecher gives Prilolnoye, Stavropol as Zone 3 Daylight, 45 N.02, 41 E.59. The coordinated have also been stated as 50 N.57, 46 E.06.
Albert Timashev emailed on 3/17/1998, "As I know, it was -4 hours. At 2/09/1931 the new bounds of time zones in Sabian Symbols were brought into use but they did not touch the time zone of Stavropol. And before the decree time of 6/16/1930 of minus one hour was brought in use, this touched Stavropol. After 12/01/1956 the time zone in Stavropol was minus three again, as before 6/16/1930."
Beth Koch quotes Evie Tishelman who went to Russia in early 1990 and met with Russian astrologers who use 10:16 AM.
Lescaut gives 2:00 AM as "personal."
David Fisher reports in 5/1990 that the FAA Journal in Australia gives 3:00 PM, ST-3 Zone.
Marc Penfield in Mercury Hour 4/1990 quotes Ry Redd in "True Astrology Forecast" for 3:08 PM.
Nick Sutherland in Mercury Hour Ext 10/1990 quoted Karl Weber in "Hamburger Hefte 1/1990 for 12:08:35 GMT and adds that two others arrived at a similar time, "just past noon." Weber was also able to locate Privolnoye on an Operational Navigation Chart ONC F-4, of 45 N.55, 41 E.18.
David Meadows of England in Mercury Hour Ext 10/1990 rectified the time to 11:44 AM GMT with Astro*Carto*Graphy.
Karen Bolander-Claus has a birthplace of Krashogvardejsku, 45 N.51, 41 E.31.
Starkman rectified to 11.19.04 LT Asc 22Gem13'
The province and timezone history had been wrongly assigned for Provolnoje, resulting in 4h east of GMT. It has been corrected on 4 June 2015, now with 3h east of GMT.
- Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (One long-term marriage)
- Family : Parenting : Kids 1-3 (One)
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (General Secretary of the Communist Party, President)
- Notable : Awards : Nobel prize
- Notable : Famous : Historic figure