In this final post on John F. Kennedy, Jr., I will briefly describe the testimonies in the directed charts for John’s marriage to Carolyn Bessette on Sept 21, 1996. The couple managed to keep the ceremony a secret from the press until afterwards. Along with the joyful testimonies we might expect to see, there are also some signs of the troubles that began for them soon after the event.
Repeated at the end of the text are the note on techniques and the abbreviations key. The relevant charts appear in the gallery below (click to enlarge).
In this third post on the life and death of John F. Kennedy, Jr., I will briefly outline the major testimonies in the directed charts for John’s own death on July 16, 1999. I’ve repeated the note on techniques and the abbreviations key from the second post for easy reference. The relevant charts appear in the gallery below, beginning with John's birth chart (click to enlarge).
In this post I will briefly describe the major testimonies in John Kennedy’s directed charts showing his father’s death in 1963. I’ve included a review of the techniques utilized in in a note below, along with a key for the abbreviations. All of the charts referenced appear in the gallery below, except where noted.
Sixteen years ago on July 16th, a small plane crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts. Its pilot had become disoriented and lost control of the plane, unable to distinguish sea from sky in the hazy, moonless night. The pilot and both of his passengers died in the crash.
The pilot was John F. Kennedy, Jr. He was 38 years old. The passengers were his wife, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, age 33, and his sister-in-law, Lauren Bessette, age 34.