Walk around Great Britain for long enough, and you will see evidence for a 14th October 1066 ‘birth’ chart (when William the Conqueror of Normandy won the Battle of Hastings) or perhaps 25th December 1066, when he was crowned king of England. It’s there in the fields, the stones and The Bayeux Tapestry.
There are many different horoscopes for the British Isles, going as far back as the Roman invasion of 55 B.C. and as far forward as the (soon) to be announced new Brexit Britain chart. For now, though, let’s look at how the British horoscope has worked since 1066 and why 2019 was always going to be a year of global expansion, international growth and broader world horizons. All this is down to Jupiter, a symbol of all that is biggest and best, moving through Sagittarius, the sign which rules foreign places and people. Ever since ‘1066 Britain’ the country has increased her interests overseas every time there is an outer planet transit in this sign.