Romania horoscope · Romania natal chart · Mundane astrology  ·  September 17, 2019, 16:51 GMT
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Romania - Mundane Astrology

Horoscope of Romania · Database of events and personalities

(all dates in 'new style' format, i.e. Gregorian calendar, GC)

Horoscope of Romania · Romania's natal chart

The modern Romanian state was founded on February 5, 1859 at 2:41:25 pm LMT (12:56:50 pm GMT) - rectified time. The moment represents the unification of the two (of 3) historical regions (principalities): Moldavia and Wallachia. This is a rectified time (using the historical events), from the time (2:38 pm LMT) given by astrologer Armand Constantinescu, who lived about 70 years ago and had access to original documents.

Horoscope of Romania

Significative events

Political and historical events

  • The Roman conquest of Dacia - August 106 A.D. - after the second war, central Dacia was conquered by the Roman army; the first document to testify this is dated August 11, 106 JC
  • First union of the Romanian principalities - November 11, 1599 - Mihai Viteazu (Michael the Brave) first unifies Wallachia and Transylvania, then in early July 1600 adds also Moldavia, realizing the union of the 3 principalities; the union lasted only a couple of months, until October 1600;
  • Independancy proclamation - May 21, 1877, Bucharest - Romania officialy declares total independancy from the Otoman Empire and then won its freedom on the battlefield by defeating the Turks
  • The restauration of Greater Romania, the union of Transylvania with the rest of Romania, a final unification of the 3 main Romanian principalities took place on December 1, 1918, at 12:00 PM in Alba Iulia, Romania 23e35, 46n04). The source for this data are the historical books: Constantin Kiritescu - "Istoria razboiului pentru intregirea Romaniei" (The history of the war for the completion of Romania) and Vasile Netea - "O zi din istoria Transilvaniei" (A day from Transylvania's history).
  • Trianon Treaty - June 4, 1920, 4:20 PM, Versailles, France - the international recognition of the union of Transylvania with Romania
  • Romanian Communist Party foundation - May 8, 1921, Bucharest
  • Vienna Diktat - August 30, 1940 - under political pressure, the North-Western Transylania is given to Hungary
  • Romania switches sides from the Axis to the Allies - August 23, 1944 - King Michael dismisses and arrests Marshal Antonescu, the Romanian government accepts Soviet armistice terms and switches sides
  • Securitate, former Romanian Communist secret service: August 30, 1949 - December 30, 1989
  • Czechoslovakia invasion - August 20, 1968 - 200,000 Warsaw Pact troops and 5,000 tanks invade Czechoslovakia to end the "Prague Spring" of political liberalization; Romania's refuse to participate to the invasion although it was a member of the Warsaw Pakt, leaded to a crisis with iminent threat of military attack from the Soviet Union and its allies. Nicolae Ceausescu's brave stand agains the invasion of Czechoslovakia won him the admiration and celebrity in the Occident
  • Revolution of December 1989 - the official start is considered to be represented by the moment when the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife fled by helicopter from Bucharest on December 22, 1989, 12:10 PM EET, Bucharest
  • New democratic Constitution adopted - December 8, 1991
  • Romania joins NATO - 1999
  • Constitution revision by referendum - October 19, 2003
  • Member of the UN Security Counsil - October 23, 2003
  • Presidential Oath of Office (President Traian Basescu) - December 20, 2004, 10:51:32 pm EET, Bucharest, Romania
  • Signing of the EU Adheration Treaty - April 25, 2005, 5:53:20 pm CED, Luxembourg

Sports events

  • Nadia Comaneci's perfect score of 10 in Olymipcs gymnastics - July 18, 1976 - the first gymnast ever to receive a perfect score from the judges, earning a 10.00 on the uneven bars in the Montreal Olympics. Nadia Comaneci (November 12, 1961, unknown time, Onesti, Romania)
  • FC Steaua Bucharest won the UEFA Champions League trophy - 1986

Religious events

  • The Great Schism - July 16, 1054, Constantinople, during the afternoon - Western and the Eastern Christian Churches split due to major
  • Romanian Greek-Catholic rite - March 21, 1697 - The letter of the bishop Teofil, expressing the will of a group of Orthodox priests to "unify with Rome", accepting the 4 statements of the Council of Florence of 1439;
  • Pope John Paul II visits Romania - May 7, 1999 - Romania was the first Orthodox country to be visited by a Catholic Pope after almost 1000 years from the West-East Christian Church schism (July 16, 1054)

Other events

  • Eartquakes - November 19, 1940; March 4, 1977, 9:25 PM; August 30, 1986; May 30, 1990 (all with the epicenter in the Vrancea area)
  • First Romanian astronaut to fly in the space - May 14-22, 1981 - Dumitru Prunariu, the only Romanian astronaut in the cosmic space (with the Russian spaceship Soyuz-40)
  • Chernobyl (Ukraine) nuclear plant explosion - April 26, 1986, 1:23:44 AM - radioactive contamination of Romania
  • Nobel Prize awareded to a Romanian - December 10-12, 1974 - to George Emil Palade, scientist, "for the discoveries concerning the structural and functional organization of the cell"
  • Total Solar Eclipse - August 11, 1999, 2:08:33 PM - this solar eclipse had its maximum visibility in Romania
  • Mihailesti truck blast - May 24, 2004, 5:48 AM, Mihailesti (26e40, 44n55) - an overturned truck loaded with 20 tones of ammonium nitrate caught fire and exploded as police and firefighters arrived at the scene of the accident; 2 journalists, 2 policmen, 7 firemen were among the 16 people who died;

Romanian personalities

Political personalities

  • Traian Basescu, President of Romania, former mayor of Bucharest: November 4, 1951, Basarabi, Constanta county, Romania, most likely between 2:00 and 3:00 AM (source: his mother), other proposed birth time: 4:22 AM (source: the person who tells him about the biorythm, on a daily basis) - Rodden Rating DD - Dirty Data - "two or more conflicting data"
  • Ion Iliescu, former President of Romania: March 3, 1930, 10:51 AM, Oltenita, Romania (26e39, 44n05) (rectified time)
  • Emil Constantinescu, former President of Romania: November 19, 1939, 12:00 AM, Tighina, Moldavia (29e28, 46n50) - source: hand written note on the back of a picture
  • Adrian Nastase, former Prime Minister: June 22, 1950, 1:30 AM, Bucharest, Romania (26e06, 44n25)
  • Victor Ciorbea, former Prime Minister: October 24, 1954, 8:00 AM, Ponor, Romania (23e35, 46n04)
  • Petre Roman, former Prime Minster: July 22, 1946, 5:30 AM, Bucharest, Romania (26e06, 44n25)
  • Mircea Geoana, former Minister of Foreign Affairs: July 14, 1958, 12:15 PM, Bucharest, Romania (26e06, 44n25)
  • Mihai Hohenzollern, former king of Romania: October 25, 1921, 7:40 PM, Sinaia (25e33, 45n21)
  • Corneliu Vadim Tudor, honorific president of the Greater Romania Popular Party, senator: November 28, 1949, 9:30 PM, Bucharest, Romania (26e06, 44n25)

Sports personalities

  • Gheorghe Hagi, world class football player: February 5, 1965, 1:00 AM, Constanta, Romania (25e42, 45n37)
  • Nadia Comaneci - November 12, 1961, Onesti, Bacau county - world-class gymnast
  • Simona Amanar - October 7, 1979, Constanta - world-class gymnast
  • Lavinia Milosevici - October 21, 1976, Lugoj - world-class gymnast

Science personalities

  • George Emil Palade - November 19, 1912 - scientist, Nobel Prize laureate in 1974
  • Dumitru Prunariu - September 27, 1952 - astronaut, first Romanian to fly into the cosmic space

Culture personalities

  • Mihai Eminescu, national poet: January 1, 1850, 4:15 PM LMT, Botosani, Romania (26e40, 47n45)
  • Mircea Eliade, scientist, writer, philosopher: March 9, 1907, 5:00 AM, Bucharest (26e06, 44n25)
  • Constantin Brancusi, sculptor: March 2, 1876, 9:00 AM, Hobita, Gorj county, Romania
  • Sergiu Nicolaescu, actor, film director, senator: April 13, 1930, 12:00, Targu Jiu (23e17, 45n02)
  • Maia Morgernstern, actress, Mary's role in "The Passion of Christ": May 1, 1962, 5:02 AM, Bucharest, Romania (26e06, 44n25)

Historical personalities

  • Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler, surnamed Count Dracula after the release of Bram Stoker's book): December 7, 1431, 3:18 PM LMT, Sighisoara, Romania (24e48, 46n13) (rectified time by Noel Tyl)

Bucharest, the capital of Romania

The natal chart of Bucharest is the date of September 29, 1459 (GC), when the the ruler Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler, aka Dracula according to Bram Stoker's book) first mentioned in an official document the name of the city, Bucharest.

Although this is not the foundation chart of the city, it is however a good natal chart for Bucharest, sensitive to the astrological transits as shown below.

Important historical moments for Bucharest - along with the most important astrological influence that allowed it happen by an significant aspect of a transiting planet to the natal chart of Bucharest, with a below 1 degree orb in almost all the cases (all dates in the Gregorian Calendar):

  • October 7, 1872 - the Northern Railway Station (Gara de Nord) is inaugurated - transiting Sun conjuncts natal Mercury
  • October 8, 1916 - great attack of Central Powers' airplanes on Bucharest (during WWI) - transiting Sun conjuncts natal Mercury, transiting Mars squares natal Pluto, transiting Uranus on the natal South Node
  • December 9, 1916 - Bucharest is occupied by the German army troops - transiting Mars conjuncts natal Saturn, transiting Pluto opposes the same natal Saturn (both aspects below 1 degree orb)
  • December 1916 - November 1918 - the German occupation of Bucharest - transiting Pluto in square with natal Sun - it represented a very difficult period for Bucharest
  • April 4, 1944 - the big American bombardment over Bucharest produced heavy damages and the loss of thousands of lives - transiting Sun in opposition with natal Mercury, transiting Mars in opposition with natal Saturn and square natal Sun
  • March, 4 1977, 9:25 PM - a strong earthquake devasted Bucharest - transiting opposition Mars-Saturn in T-square with transiting Uranus activated the natal square Mars - Pluto & North Node
  • June 25, 1984 - the beginning of the construction of the House of the People (currently the Parliament's Palace), the second largest building in the world, signified the demolishment of a large central area of old historical buildings - transiting Sun in opposition with natal Saturn and squared the natal Sun
  • December 22, 1989 - Nicolae Ceausescu, the Communist dictator, is forced by the uprised mobs to flee Bucharest by helicopter- transiting Jupiter-Uranus opposition in T-square with natal Sun
  • June 13, 1990 - hordes of outraged miners devasted Bucharest and attacked a mass of students demonstrating in front of the Governement - transiting Mars in opposition with natal Jupiter (the students)

House of the People (Parliament's Palace)

Located in the center of Bucharest, the capital of Romania

house of the people

Bucharest, Romania - House of the people (Parliament's Palace) - the second largest building of the world, built between 1984-1989 (construction started on June 25, 1984) by the former Communist ruler of the country, Nicolae Ceausescu, a landmark of Romanian architecture, art and design. The stylish beauty of its insides can easily compete with any famous Art Museum of the world, including the Louvre. It is located on the Uranus Hill and currently hosts the Deputy Chamber of the Romanian Parliament.

There is striking resemblance with Dalai Lama's palace from Lhasa, Tibet (see picture below).


potala palace lhasa

Lhasa, Tibet - the Potala Palace, winter palace of the Dalai Lama since the 7th century, symbolises Tibetan Buddhism and its central role in the traditional administration in Tibet.




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| Oman |

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R
| Romania | Russia |

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V
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Y
| Yemen |

Z
| Zambia | Zimbabwe |