Mundane Horoscope for the Philippines:
Independence day, 1991
Saturn = 000
Moon = 120
Pluto = 120
Mars = 121
Sun = 211
Mercury = 220
Venus = 220
Neptune = 211
Jupiter = 232
Uranus = 311

Node = non-Transcendental (411)

     Philippines: Independence day, 1991

Primary Transcendental Saturn; equally-underaspected Secondary Transcendental Moon, Pluto.

Jul 4, 1946
9.15.00 AM CCT (-08)
121E00'00"; 14N35'00"
Asc: 2Vi02; Mc: 3Ge14

Source: "Independence was granted by the USA on 4 July 1946. The critical moment was the lowering of the American flag at 9.15 am and the hoisting of the Philippines flag." Campion, "The Book of World Horoscopes," p. 282.

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Philippines: Independence day, 1991


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