Sidney Kimball Bennett( prominent astrologer of the United States.)
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Biography Sidney Kimball Bennett
(p. 10.02.1892, 15:00 GT, Chicago - the end of 1950)
Having tried a number of lessons in his youth (he was a cartoonist, then the poet) in 1914. B. came in astrology, and in 1920-s. was already a practicing professional astrologer. Under the pseudonym Wynne (Wynne, Wynn) in the 1930 and 1940-s. published the magazine "Wynn's Astrology Magazine".
His first book, which received recognition among astrologers, called "Key Cycle" ( "The key cycle", 1931) and was devoted to problems of astrological forecasts. It B. pointed out that our experience in the possibility of serious blunders in the projections, based on the techniques and progressions directorates. In particular, B. unable to foresee his own horoscope accident (a car hitting) in May 1926, in which he was nearly killed, and at another time, with an amazing combination of more favorable progress, he suffered a serious setback in business. These and many other factors prompted B. renounce the use of progressions and directorates. He began experimenting with other forward-looking methods - such as solar revolution, and developed a technique for using this technique in the intermediate dates. This was the source of the predictive system, which he called "key cycle".
In the early 1930. B. Grand astrological column in the New York newspaper "Daily News". In 1932, Mr.. He predicted a week of financial turmoil in early March 1933. After the inauguration of President Roosevelt, March 4, 1933, Mr.. One of his first acts was to announce "banking holidays", which closed all banks in the United States. Since then, many banks have not been re-opened, investors lost all their money and financial markets were plunged into chaos. As a result of the prediction B. became known not only among the astrologers. The last years of his life B. held in Australia.