|Birthname||Herbert Clark Hoover|
|born on||10 August 1874 at 23:15 (= 11:15 PM )|
|Place||West Branch, Iowa, 41n40, 91w21|
|Timezone||LMT m91w21 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||18°19' 07°08 Asc. 29°24'|
American politician, the President of the United States from 1929-1933 during the Great Depression. During his lifetime, he received some 500 medals, honors and awards. He also was an honorary citizen of 24 European cities and held 85 degrees from the U.S. and other countries. As an author, he wrote at least 30 books.
Hoover married Lou Henry in 1899 and they had two sons. She traveled all over the world with him as he worked as a mining engineer specializing in metallurgy, 1902-14. In 1910, Lou discovered a rare Latin treatise on metallurgy in England and they spent hours translating it together. They were both honored by Stanford when it was published two years later.
When American entered the war in 1914, Hoover took over the Care of American citizens stranded abroad and was Commissioner of Relief in Belgium. In August 1917, he was appointed Food Administrator by Wilson. In June 1919, Hoover became a Member of the War Council, and he served as Secretary of Commerce under both Harding and Coolidge.
When he was elected President of the U.S. on 5 November 1928, it was with one of the largest majority votes ever, and he was inaugurated on 4 March 1929.
His wife died on 7 January 1944. He worked after that time as Co-coordinator of European Food Problems and committee Chairman on Re-organization of U.S. Executive Depts.
Hoover died on 20 October 1964, New York City, NY.
- associate relationship with Hoover, J. Edgar (born 1 January 1895)
- associate relationship with Owen, Ruth Bryan (born 2 October 1885)
- Work : Gain social status 1929 (Elected President of the United States)
Robson in BJA, "statement from him." Karum in AO-Science, Spring/1943, states that he gave his time as "near midnight," rectified to 10:59 PM by DeLuce and Robson. D.C. Doane "Horoscopes of U.S. Presidents" gives 11:12 PM LMT.
Buell Huggins writes, "David Burner, in "Herbert Hoover," p.5, says the birth was around midnight, August 10/11 and the Quaker church at West Branch gives it as August 11. Hoover himself gave August 11 about 1915 but later used August 10 in his "Memoirs." David Hinshaw's biography, p.3, says a letter written by Hoover's aunt said that "Early on the morning of August 11, 1874, Jesse (Hoover's father) came and tapped on the window and said, "Well, we have another General Grant at our house."
The Scotsman, published in Edinburgh on 11/08/1928 gave Hoover's birth time as "Midnight." P.A. gave "about 1:00 AM."
(See also Modern Astrology 12/18, Wheel of Life, p.97, Wemyss Vol 3 and Sabian Symbols). Sy Scholfield quotes Hoover's brother: "Hoover's older brother, Tad, wrote an unpublished memoir including a chapter
about Herbert. The chapter begins, ""My brother was born Aug. 11, 1874. I remember my father coming to my room in the early morning and telling me I had a little brother.
Starkman rectified to 23.08 LMT Asc 27Tau13'
- Traits : Mind : Exceptional mind (Scope and perception)
- Family : Relationship : Marriage more than 15 Yrs (One long term)
- Personal : Death : Long life more than 80 yrs (Age 90)
- Vocation : Politics : U.S. Presidents
- Vocation : Writers : Textbook/ Non-fiction (Prolific; over 30 books)
- Notable : Awards : Medals (500)
- Notable : Awards : Other Awards (85 hononary degrees)
- Notable : Book Collection : Occult/ Misc. Collection