According to highly regarded, fourth-generation psychic named Linda Lauren, the time and date of new royal baby George Alexander Louis indicate that he is likely to be extremely intuitive and will be remarkably kind natured.
New Jersey based Lauren used the time and date of the baby’s birth to determine the energy and colors that surround him.
“Being born on July 22nd astrologically puts the new baby on the cusp of his birth sign (like his father the month prior, June 21) of emotionally sensitive sign of Cancer and the willful and sensitive sign of Leo. His energy is that of someone who will be highly intuitive and kind by nature due to his birth during a full moon cycle,” she told MailOnline.
Lauren observed blue and green energies around the little prince, which mean prosperity, but that is no surprise. She also noted that those colors indicate that the baby will be blessed with good health and will have a way with words.
“He will probably talk early,” she stated.
She said that though his sensitive nature will “have a strong guiding hand in his mother”, it may also cause some friction with his dad over emotional issues.
“This family will be led by the strong, orderly person in Catherine as a grounded Capricorn. The energy they share as a family is very blue and purple which tells me that Prince William will bump heads with his son on issues of emotion but they will always reason it out. Overall color: yellow, a very easy, happy vibe,” she said.
The new prince was born to William and Catherine on July 22nd, 2013 in London at St. Mary’s Hospital.
The infant shares his sign, Cancer, with his father and with his late grandmother Diana- the Princess of Wales.
It has been said that if he had been born after 4:54 pm on the date of his birth, he would have been a Leo instead of a Cancer. That would have meant that he would have shared a sign with his great aunt Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, and with Princess Anne.
Catherine went into labor at 5:30 am the date of his birth and many have suggested that the full moon that approached at 11:16 am that day helped bring forth the contractions.
Prince William never left his wife’s side during her stay at the private Lindo Wing of the hospital. This hospital, located in Paddington, west London is the same hospital that he was born in back in 1982.
Usually people born as Cancers are born between the dates of June 22nd and July 22nd, but the exact dates change a little every year.
Patrick Arundell, an astrologer, says that because he is a Cancerian, the future king will be more conventional, and that had he been born the following day as a Leo, he would have been more of a groundbreaker.
“Mars and Jupiter are conjunct in Cancer and that will give the baby a tremendous amount of go-get energy and that is already in motion,” Arundell said.
He also said, “Venus and the Sun are also in a magnetic connection which will give the baby a star quality and a sparkling charisma.”
There has been much speculation regarding the reason that the Princess went into labor. Some believe it was the full moon, others an electrical storm, and others believe it was just the “Baby Mean Time”.
It has been noted that maternity wards are always busier when there is a full moon, but nobody is certain if the moon does in fact cause women to go into labor.
Mervi Jokinen, from the Royal College of Midwives, states that midwives do talk about how the full moon does cause a busy string of deliveries.
“It’s always sort of been an old wives tale saying that the full moon brings women into labor. Midwives usually do say, ‘I’m on call, it’s a full moon, I’ll be busy tonight’”, she says.
“There was a study about 20 years ago at a hospital near the River Thames which is a tidal river and it showed that on the full moon they did have more births. The idea is that because the baby is surrounded by water, the time of the full moon and the high tide causes the waters to break. But there’s not enough scientific evidence to show it’s proven,” she adds.
It is also believed by many that electrical storms as well as a drop in barometric pressure can cause labor to begin.
Just as Kate was admitted into the hospital on the morning of the baby’s birth, Western central London (where the royal couple lives) experienced heavy rain, lightning strikes, and thunder, which have led some to believe that is what brought the labor contractions on.