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Sagittarius Ascendant, Aries Sun, Capricorn Moon, Juno MC


ASTRoDATA: 4 April 1850, 12:01 (12:01 AM) LMT, Los Angeles, CA, USA (34n03, 118w15). RR: B. {Sy Scholfield quotes incorporation Date from the City of Los Angeles official website, see below}
FEATURES: PERSONALIZED PLANETS: MERCURY (conjunct Base), SATURN (dispositing & square Capricorn Moon, conjunct Sun), MARS (opposite Moon, square and dispositing Aries Sun/Stellium), JUPITER (trine Moon, quincunx Sun). PATTERNS: ARIES STELLIUM (Mercury, Saturn, Sun, Venus, Uranus, Pluto), CARDINAL T-SQUARE (Mars opposite Moon, both square Saturn & Sun). UNASPECTED: MERCURY in ARIES, URANUS-PLUTO in ARIES conjunction. SHAPE: SEE~SAW. CHINESE SIGN: METAL DOG.


City of Los Angeles


References

"Founding and Incorporation." City of Los Angeles official website (http://www.ci.la.ca.us/facts2.htm), February 2002:

The first settlers of the City of Los Angeles consisted of 14 families numbering 44 individuals. The ceremonies founding the City took place on September 4, 1781. At this time, Colonel Felipe De Neve, who was then Governor of the Spanish Province of Alta California, officially applied the name "El Pueblo del la Reina de Los Angeles" or "The Town of the Queen of the Angels."

The City of Los Angeles was incorporated on April 4, 1850. At that time it had an population of 1610 (U.S. Census) and an area of 28 square miles. It did not have a graded street, a sidewalk, a water system, lights, nor a single public building of its own. Every citizen on Saturday morning swept or cleaned up the street in front of his own domicile. Street lighting was simple, for each owener whose house faced the street was obliged to put a light at the door in front of his house during the first two hours of every dark night.



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