King Charles III’s birth chart: Astrologers predict what lies ahead for new monarch as he ascends throne
When it comes to the new King's elemental energy, it consists mainly of Fire, followed by Air
After more than 70 years as monarch of Great Britain, Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully surrounded by her loved ones. Prince Charles' astrology is more important than ever as the world now focuses on her successor. According to NY Post, an astrologer has predicted that his birth chart shows that he was always destined to be king, it also shows that adjusting to his new position will be fraught with problems. It is likely that he has been anxiously and emotionally dealing with this change for some time.
Charles was born on November 14, 1948, at 9.14 pm in London, England, and is a Scorpio through and through. Although astrology is much more than just your Sun sign, Charles is the prime example of what it means to be a Scorpio. His ruling planet is also his Sun in Scorpio, as Leo, a flamboyant, proud and bold sign, rules your outward demeanor and general attitude. Scorpios are known in astrology for their zeal, insight, and loyalty. However, their ability to transform is what makes them truly famous. Prince Charles is the best example of this. Charles finally emerges from his cocoon and, at the age of 73, becomes the monarch he was always meant to be.
The intimate relationship Prince Charles had with his late mother cannot be exaggerated. In astrology, your moon sign is always a symbol of your mother figure, and Prince Charles was born with his moon sign in Taurus. Given that Queen Elizabeth II was also a Taurus, this is only logical. However, it is obvious that Charles was always supposed to take over ‘the family business because of the Taurus moon's placement in his 10th house of power, reputation, and career.
According to the astrologer, for Charles, taking the throne in place of his mother is not just inevitable; it was always meant to be. This basically indicates that when Charles is crowned, he will be experiencing a turning point in his life that was always intended to occur. But becoming king also means losing his mother, the person he most admired. After the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, Charles might have had a completely different perspective from his mother. He might find himself observing her actions and wondering what she would have done in a particular circumstance.
Charles will go through a tremendous amount of healing even if becoming king won't be a smooth path for him. The astrologer claimed that Charles' birth chart shows a Yod shape, just like that of his ex-wife, the late and adored Princess Diana. A Yod is a planetary configuration in astrology that denotes a person has been ‘touched by the hand of God.’ In essence, it indicates that Prince Charles was created to be the person who disrupts ancestral karmic cycles before they can unfold. Charles must first mend his family before he can succeed his father as king. Charles will also be healing himself by helping his family.
Letting go of Prince Charles and fully embodying King Charles III will be a critical turning point in his life because it will allow him to focus more on the people who actually matter and less on the royal family's unstable relationship with the media. It might make him reevaluate his entire set of moral principles and his identity as a man in addition to a prince. What this new period holds for the soon-to-be monarch will only become clear with time, the astrologer remarked.