Gary Noel on Hitler and Jupiter
upiter and The Nazis by Gary Noel
Astrological researcher and statistician Michel Gauquelin studied the birth charts of prominent Nazis several decades ago. Of 508 generals, dignitaries and chiefs, 118 entered the world when Jupiter had reached ascendancy or upper culmination in what are now known as major Gauquelin power zones. Under the law of statistical averages, there should have been no more than 83. It’s unlikely this was due to mere chance as the odds of so many Nazis being Jupiterians, according to Gauquelin, were approximately 50,000 to 1. That’s the dark side of Jupiter. On the brighter side, the number of Jupiterians in the French Resistance and Friends of the Liberation also proved to be statistically significant. Gauquelin thought that being a Jupiterian might be the only way to resist Jupiterian tyranny.
In 1944, Himmler, a Jupiterian (Jupiter rules Pisces his Ascendant) supervised numerous mass murders, with Hitler’s permission revealed to a group of high-ranking army and navy officers that six million Jews had been killed.
Himmler’s revelation was met with thunderous applause. Later on, before a group of navy leaders, Himmler boasted of murdering women and children. Hitler had told Himmler to eliminate the Jews as “humanely” as possible and Himmler gave the same order to the men under his command.
Early in his life, Hitler had nothing against the Jewish people. When his mother died, he told the Jewish doctor who treated her that he would be forever grateful for the care he had given her. Hitler kept his word. Even after the Nazis came into power, Dr. Bloch felt that he enjoyed privileges not granted to other Jews. Hitler seems to have convinced himself that Germany lost World War I because the Jews sabotaged the war effort and that, perhaps, was the genesis of his abhorrence of Jews.
Gauquelin attributed Hitler’s tyrannical nature to the fact he was born with Jupiter near the IC in a zone of moderate influence. Hitler had Uranus in a major power zone but Gauquelin found no link between Uranus and personality. Psychic Edgar Cayce, however, called Uranus the planet of extremes and to him, Hitler was a Uranian as it was in the Twelfth House right next to his Ascendant.
Himmler was also a combination of Uranus and Jupiter, having both planets conjoined in a primary power zone right at the midheaven in the Tenth house. If we follow Cayce’s idea, that the marriage of Uranus and Jupiter is a strong one, the reading Charles E. O. Carter’s book the Astrology of Accidents maybe worthwhile.