Leo and Virgo (appearing due to the Torah Portion Vezot Habracha mentioning the Tribes. Issachar and Zevulun)
and the domineering personality of Leo will eventually annoy this reserved but deep thinking partner, Virgo, who really doesn’t like to say no to people. Your partners resentment will build up, until one day they crack.
(Interestingly there was a Virgo-Leo coincidence on 23 September, the Second day of New Year, when we started this Portion, and on the net some sites claimed it happens every 7000 years, so there appeared wild prophecies…and nothing really happened.)
The Date on the Herzl-List : 1432
(Called this way due to my first ancestor in the 1700s)
The Pharaon of the Generation. Sigismond of Luxemburg
The Rabbi (Mashiah /”Christos”) of he Age: Rabbi Albo
The princely newborn: Anna Habsburg of Thuringen
Hence we must see the conjunction: Taurus and the monthly Libra.
Libra’s easy superficial behaviours are irritating for the Taurus.
The Pharaon of the Age (1412): The Rabbi of the Age:
Sigismond of Luxemburg Rabbi Albo
The Prince : Ludovico III Gonzaga
The Histroscope Sign of the Week: Gemini
Gemini as a Personality Trait: Openness
Openness consists of:
● Fantasy-prone ● Aesthetically-minded ● Philosophical ● Creative ● Intuitive ● Intellectual Stability
We have always two ancestors (both davidic descendants) : a King /Pharaon and a Moses/Meshiah – Rabbi and they are looking at a newborn’s Prince Horoscope.
This week it is a Virgo – denoting Conscientiousness.
(Has to plan everything.
Cannot stand to be late for an appointment.
Feel that I am being unproductive if I relax. )
Ferrante d’Este was born in 1477.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrante_d%27Este (He was imprisoned after a failed assassination attempt against his brother, Cardinal Ippolito d’Este. Stayed in prison for 34 years.)
The year when Beatrix d’Aragon /an aunt of Ferrante/ arrived to Buda, as the new wife of King Mathias Corvinus.
The most important King of this period was Ferdinand II of Aragon, father in law of Henry VIII and grandfather of Charles V.
His finance minister was Rabbi Abarbanel.