Canada Horoscope

Canada Horoscope

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Canadians celebrate their national day on July 1 each year to mark the enactment of the British North America Act in 1867. This used to be called Dominion Day. I’m using the time of 00:00 hrs in Ottawa as per Nicholas Campion [1].

This Dominion chart looks to work well when looking at major events in the history of Canada. Below are the transits to the Dominion Horoscope from one major event which shows the accuracy of the chart. The event was the École Polytechnique massacre on December 6 1989. An anti-feminist massacred fourteen women then killed himself. The killer entered to college class at 5:10 pm (see chart). Precession correction value = 102′.

Canada HoroscopeSolar Eclipse conjunct Mars 57′
New Moon square Mars 41′
North Node square Saturn 18′
Neptune oppoiste Sun 33′, opposite Uranus 52′, conjunct MC 79′
Uranus conjunct Lilith 41′
Jupiter square Vertex 04′
Venus square Part of Fortune 44′
Mercury opposite Moon 93′, square Chiron 50′
AC conjunct Moon 12′
Part of Fortune conjunct South Node 07′
Vertex conjunct Saturn 27′

1. The Book of World Horoscopes, Nicholas Campion, p.73


10 thoughts on “Canada Horoscope

  1. Transits to Canada horoscope for May 2011 Election (precess 2 degrees):

    Lunar Eclipse conjunct Moon – Public mood strongly influenced by emotion, need for basics, security, womens vote may be decisive.

    Pluto trine Mars – Favours aggressive stances on foreign policy, chest beating nationalism.

    Saturn square Sun – Not favorable for the current PM.

    Mercury conjunct Neptune – Lies and deception. Oh what a surprise for an election!

  2. Wow! you could not have been nmore wrong about the election! Steven Harper won hands down!

  3. I think the chart with the Libra ascendant should be considered. To me it seems to be a better fit. For one, The fifth house Jupiter could be indicative of our abundance of creative, entertaining people. And we are a lot more like Cancer MC in behavior and the way we have been perceived in the world (before Harper). Possibly our eleventh house mercury gift could be our many comedians and writers etc. Of course this all depends on what house system is used. We have a ninth house sun which is conjunct Uranus keeping us open to change and new ways of looking at the world. Also having freedom of religion in our charter of rights. Our tenth house moon shows how we are always ready to help anyone and are perceived that way by the rest of the world as well. (again before Harper) The eighth house Pluto could be our abundant and dangerous resources, ie: asbestos, uranium, the tar sands that are polluting huge amounts of clean water and killing wildlife in tailing ponds. The annual seal kill etc. What do you think?

    • Hi Carmen
      It is a better fit because it is accurate. Canada was signed in as a country at 12pm. Midnight has absolutely nothing to do with it.

  4. I took another look at the chart and see that the balsamic moon is actually in the ninth house but rules the MC.
    I think we are more like a Cancer moon, and the Uranus Sun conjunction fits too.

  5. The paperwork that was signed making Canada a country was done at noon on July 1st. I am afraid that the information you have regarding this country is off base. Libra in the ascendant means that the Canadian political focus has always been in partnership with other countries. The charm, grace, balance that has been the hallmark of the culture is the means used by politicians to get what they want. Everything is explained if you use noon as the time of demarcation. Check when a government is sworn in and you can tell how they will run the country. Use Mercury in any mundane chart to find important agreements signed and released to other parties/countries. It is the movement of Mercury that is highly significant. Note the house/sign that Mercury is in when negotiations start, follow it through retrograde, back to stationary, and you can tell pretty exactly what is being done and how it will effect the people. I have done this with Canada, Isreal, the Vatican, UK, Indonesia and a few others. Never fails. These days, especially since the Grand Square it has been truly frightening. Please note that Canada was not born at midnight, but at 12:00pm. July 1, 1867. Thank you from a once proud Canadian.

  6. As a long time Canadian astrologer and mundane affairs analyst (45 years), I also have worked with the Canadian chart for Libra rising for many years and have found it to be much more compatible with the transits, the history and the Canadian mosiac and identity, compared with the Aries rising midnight chart suggested by Rob Campion. An Ottawa newspaper in 1867 even did a newspaper article on the birth of Canada, according to astrologer Rab Wilkie, with the swearing in ceremony being delayed to 12:05 pm. due to a cannon malfunction. Therefore.the 12:05 pm chart for July 1st, 1867 works very well, in my view. The Sun and Moon in Cancer appropriately demonstrates the Canadian identity, the love of home, the conservative lifestyle, (also the xenophobia) and the importance of foreign investment, higher education and our well known academia and research. Canada came about as a result of taking a risk; i.e. the trans continental railway tying the eastern provinces with the western ones. Railways are ruled by Jupiter and the Sun conjunct Uranus trine Jupiter aspect aptly makes that link clear. The 8 degrees of Libra rising is conjunct the malevolent fixed star Vindeamatrix, implying widowhood or seperation. For years, Canada’s sovereignty has been seriously threatened by seperation, first from Quebec and more recently, from Alberta. Finally, the void of course Moon in Gemini in the Aries rising chart does not explain our pioneering work in telecommunications,computers and satellite technology. I doubt the void of course Moon, at all. Makes no sense to me ! Canadians are much more Cancer like. What do you think. Jamie ?

  7. Canada’s independence was achieved by the Statute of Westminster on 11 December 1931. This chart, which has a tight Saturn-Pluto-Uranus t-square, should be considered as well. Most countries’ national charts are based on their independence day. Other countries have more than a single chart.

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