On the left is the death chart of Adela Rodgers St Johns, a renowned writer. She wrote novels, screenplays, and was a journalist employed by William Randolph Hearst (see Case Study 7). She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1970. She covered the 1935 trial of Bruno Hauptmann who was convicted for the murder of Charles LIndburgh’s son. She was noted for her coverage of the assassination of Huey Long. Long was a Louisiana politician known for backing the rights of black and impoverished people and standing against corporate interests, in particular Standard Oil.
She passed away in 1988. She would have been someone to talk to, having lived through the rise of the Third Reich. Her awareness would have given her the ability to recognize similar events and give an accounting of them.
On the right is the birth chart of JonBenet Ramsey. JonBenet was a child beauty contestant who was found dead in her family’s home in Boulder, Colorado under suspicious circumstances in 1996. The case hasn’t been solved. Acts like this also serve to intimidate the aware who reside in the area (see Case Study 13).