I’ve read several versions of how the Marquis de Sade was ringing in a sexual revolution. His name, the basis of the term “sadism,” is equated with liberation. The truth is not quite as fun. He was a nobleman who’s argument in court when being tried for rape was that he had every right to abuse someone who was not of high birth. Sexual torture and rape were nothing new at the time either. The Romans were way ahead of him on that one – or were they? The ideas of sexual liberation were already in the air when the French Revolution happened. These guys were simply trying to be popular, behaving as they always had behind closed doors.
Consider, Q: how does a drug dealer drive? A; like a preacher.
The guys raping people are not, nor ever have been, rebels. They are well placed white men with a lot of money backing them. They don’t live the lifestyle they do and spend all day out of their bodies by being poor. Rebels can’t afford to act like heathens-it would be their end.
This is the Marquis de Sade
This is the birth chart of Donatien Alphonse François, better known as the Marquis de Sade (2 June 1740 – 2 December 1814) was a French Nobleman and politician of the French Revolution. He was known for his erotic writings, often glorifying sexual violence against women, young men and children. He believed in living unfettered by morals holding anti-Christian views. He was accused of sexual maltreatment by various members of his staff. He was critical of Maximillian Robespierre (Case Study 34) and the Reign of Terror which caused him to be arrested for being too moderate. He was also arrested by Napolean for his writings. He finished his days in an asylum. He has been the subject of much popular literature.
This is the birth chart of Archbishop Alexandre-Antonin Taché (23 July 1823 – 22 June 1894). He was a French Canadian Catholic Priest. He was assigned to the newly formed Diocese of St Boniface of the Western Territories during the settlement period and expansion of Canada. His parishioners (who were settlers) came into conflict with native tribes. He spoke Cree, Athabaskan and Ojibwe. He was called upon to prevent (unsuccessfully) an uprising in Saskatchewan called the North West Rebellion.
This is the birth chart of Carl Clauberg (28 September 1898 – 9 August 1957). Clauberg was a German gynecologist who conducted experiments on Jewish female subjects at Auschwitz Concentration Camp. He was given the job through his acquaintance with Heinrich Himmler’s wife (Case Study 34). He injected Jewish women’s uteruses with formaldehyde to sterilize them. He was arrested by Soviet troops in 1945 and imprisoned until 1955. Upon his release he went back to Germany and was given a position in the clinic he was employed in before the war. His identity was discovered and he was arrested but died before he could be tried.