Royal Family of Great Britain has many strange characters within its
family tree, especially within George I of
England-Hanover's side. Inbreeding and insanity were not uncommon.
this article is my research of each change of monarch of Great
Britain right back to 1760. Almost invariably Saturn Neptune
very much associated with these changes.
There have been only
three Saturn Neptune oppositions since 1899
1899-Oct 1900: Queen Victoria, after ruling for 63
years, died three months after the last transit, on 22 Jan 1901.
(b)Mar 1936-Jan 1937:
Edward VIII became King in
January 1936 and
abdicated in December!
1971-Apr 1972: In this time no powerful stations, where the
aspect or angle between the planets remained very close for more than a
few days at a time took place. In stark contrast, both
in the 1899-1900 and 1936-37 powerful stations took place over 2-3
month periods. I am unaware as to whether the Queen was sick
1. Coronation of
Queen Elizabeth II, 2 June 1953
Saturn conjunct Neptune, Nov 1952 stationary May-Jul 1953. Being
crowned in such a tragic time has had its consequences
for the Queen. The tragedy of Charles and Diana’s marriage is but
has Saturn square Neptune
in her horoscope, so personal emotional depression is in her genes.
have depressive traits, (such as Saturn Neptune in their horoscopes)
married, get pregnant and so on during times of major depression in
the Queen got married on 20
Nov 1947 transiting
Saturn in Leo was
conjunct her Neptune (stationary Nov-Dec 1947)!
shows great depression during the monthbefore and after her marriage. Something that begins in a tragic
Margaret had transiting Saturn in Capricorn sesqui quadrate her
during the month before and after her wedding to Antony Armstrong-Jones
on 06 May 1960. If
you wish to know how
bad the marriages of the British royal family are, read my book Hohenzollern.
Tragic Private Lives about their German ancestors, the
Houses of Hanover and
So why did the Queen marry in 1947? She had transiting Pluto
in Leo (stationary Feb to Jun 1970) conjunct her Moon, ruler of her 7th
house of marriage.
Major change (Pluto) in her emotional life (Moon) leading to marriage
rules 7th house of marriage). Sadly, in 1946-47 she had transiting
(stationary Oct 1946-Mar 1947, Aug 1947) in Libra semi square (450)
her Saturn as she courted her fiancée and planned their
Neptune shows a time of great sadness, of family crisis, of emotional
But that is what the Queen was born with, she just continued the
bahaviour of her forebears. The Solar Eclipse @ 20 Scorpio on 12 Nov 1947 was conjunct
Saturn, ruler of her two personal points, her Ascendant and her MC.
change (eclipse), through sense of duty (Saturn) in her environment and
2. Coronation of
George VI, 12 May 1937
Saturn opposition Neptune, Mar 1936, close opposition Oct
1936 to Jan 1937.
During the 1936 Saturn Neptune opposition, Edward VIII
became King (20 Jan 1936
11 Dec 1936). With
opposition beginning in March 1936, and extremely close in late 1936,
abdicated on 11 December. He is the ONLY Sovereign in English
to do so!
Such is the power of Saturn Neptune
transits on the Royal Family! It changes the Monarch!
3. Coronation of
George V, 22
Saturn was closely square to Neptune
between Aug to Nov 1909 to Jan 1910.
King Edward VIII died on 6 May
1910. This is just three months after the Saturn
4. Coronation of
Edward VIII, 26
Uranus opposition Pluto, stationary Jan-April 1901
Saturn opposition Neptune (stationary Feb to Apr, Dec
1899, stationary Aug-Oct 1900) Queen Victoria
for longer than any other monarch, over 63 years between 1837 and 22 Jan 1901, when she died.
three months after the Saturn Neptune opposition. She also died during
Uranus opposition Pluto in January 1901. Uranus Pluto is the collapse
old order of things, the building up of a new order. It took such
to remove Queen Victoria!
5. Coronation of
Queen Victoria, 20
Saturn square Neptune, stationary Dec 1835 to Feb 1836,
William IV died on 20 June
1837 nine months after the Saturn Neptune transit. Sometimes
the transit takes some time to work.
6. Coronation of
William IV, 8
Saturn sesqui quadrate (135 degrees) Neptune
in mid Sep 1831
The Saturn Neptune transit occurred within a week of the
7. Coronation of
George IV, 19
Saturn square Neptune, May 1819, Mar 1820.
George III died 29 Jan 1820
towards the end of the Saturn Neptune square.
8. Coronation of
George III, 22
Saturn sesqui quadrate (135 degrees) Neptune,
Apr, Sep 1761 The coronation occurred within a week of the exact aspect
between Saturn and Neptune. Saturn Neptune relates to serious
mental illness, mental
instability and depression. George had recurrent lapses of mental
got so bad that he could not perform his duties for the last 9 years of
reign. If you get married, or set up a business, or similar during
difficult astrology times the result will be the same as George’s
sad and negative indeed.