Mercury = 100
Venus = 100
Saturn = 111
Uranus = 130
Moon = 132
Mars = 220
Pluto = 312
Jupiter = 322
Sun = 332
Neptune = 412

Node = non-Transcendental Node (221)

     Algeria: Algerian independence, 1962


Equally-underaspected Primary Transcendentals Mercury, Venus; Secondary Tertiary Saturn.

Jul 3, 1962
1038 AM CET (-01)
Algiers
3E03'00"; 36N47'00"
Asc: 12Li19; Mh: 10Ge07



Source: "In a proclamation published at 10:38 am, General de Gaulle announced the birth of the new nation." The New York Herald Tribune, July 4, 1962; cited by Campion, "Book of World Horoscopes," p. 72.


Additional information: "De Gaulle's government continued the war in Algeria, hoping the Algerians would agree to a compromise settlement that provided some French control. By 1961, however, the government realized that only Algerian independence would end the rebellion. Peace talks began in 1961 and ended with a cease-fire in March 1962. At de Gaulle's urging, French voters approved Algerian independence in April. Algeria became independent on July 3, 1962, and most French settlers there returned to France." The World Book Encyclopedia, CD-Rom edition, 1997.

 

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