Aimee McPherson Kundali AstroNidan
Birth Date: Oct. 9, 1890
Birth Time: 5 p.m.
Birth City: Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada
Degree : 16º34'8.86"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 8º44'59.17"
Moon Sign
Pada : 3
Degree : 14º3'28.27"
Last updated at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:55 a.m.
Created at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:55 a.m.

Kundali Details Birth details and configuration for astrological analysis

Birth Details

Gender Female
Weekday Thursday
Date Oct. 9, 1890
Time 5 p.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada
Geo-location 43ºN2'0.2", 80ºW52'58.87"
Timezone America/Toronto

Residence Details

City Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada
Timezone America/Toronto

Ayansmha Preference

Ayanmsha True Chitra
Ayanmsha Value 22º18'41.75"


Birth Time (America/Toronto) Oct. 09, 1890, 05:06:00 PM
Birth Time (UTC) Oct. 09, 1890, 10:23:32 PM
Birth Time (LMT) Oct. 09, 1890, 05:00:00 PM
Birth Time (Julian) 2411650.433009
LMT Correction (in Hrs) -5.3922

Birth Place Location of birth place on map - Lat: 43ºN2'0.2" Lon: 80ºW52'58.87"

Life Attributes List of attributes/tags and tag associated with this kundali.


Extraordinary Talents | For Motivating/Selling Famous | Historic figure Famous | Founder/ originator Book Collection | Profiles Of Women


Body | Hair Personality | Eccentric Personality | Unique


Work | Self-employed Work | Travel for work Financial | Extreme ups and downs Financial | On the edge Financial | Rags to riches


Business | Top executive Healing Fields | Religious healer Travel | Pilot/ commercial


Childhood | Family distant Relationship | Marriage less than 3 Yrs Relationship | Number of Divorces Relationship | Number of Marriages Relationship | Stress - Distant Relationship | Widowed Parenting | Kids 1-3


Religion/Spirituality | Fundamentalist/ Evangelical Death | Accidental


Criminal Perpetrator | Assault/ Battery Criminal Victim | Missing person

Life Story Story of person and major life events assoicated with this Kundali

Canadian-American evangelist, faith-healer, missionary, and celebrity, the founder of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel in Los Angeles. Arriving in Los Angeles in 1918, her theatrical religious spectacles made her a top attraction within five years and she was dubbed the "Barnum of Religion." The media followed McPherson avidly as she made great copy, from her religious services to her flamboyant personal life. Aimee Kennedy was the daughter of a Methodist middle-aged farmer and a Salvation Army evangelist 34-years younger than her husband. She grew up in rural Canada and shocked her parents when she announced her theatrical intentions. Her mother was more encouraging of her daughter's religious vocation from the time that she was a baby. When Aimee found her Pentecostal niche, Mother and daughter worked side by side until they developed a feud in which Aimee broke her mom's nose. At 17, she met Irish Pentecostalist, Robert Semple on the revival circuit. The couple married the following year and left to China to set up their missionary post. Her husband died of dysentery in Hong Kong and in 1909 McPherson returned to the U.S. with her infant daughter, Roberta. She married a grocery clerk, Harold McPherson and the couple had a son, Rolf, after which the family joined the revival tent circuit. Her husband disliked the revival tent life and tried to order McPherson to give up her religious calling, whereupon she left him in 1916. With her mother, secretary and children she began her travels by car on revival tours. They pitched tents when the weather was good and slept in the car during storms. She healed members of her audience in small towns as they crisscrossed the nation. In 1918, with $10 and a tambourine, McPherson settled in Los Angeles. In those days, the city was already a hotbed of religious cults; within five years she was a top attraction in tinsel town. She wore a nurse's uniform during her faith-healing services and soon drew larger and larger crowds, with dramatic stories written about her flashy performances. McPherson's appearance generated controversy from reporters and jealous male ministers. Her tinted blonde hair, Parisian gowns and makeup gave her a striking movie star persona. As she stood before crowds of 5,000 in a while gown with flowing sleeves, emblazoned with a crimson red cross, the lame and the halt stood in lines to come up to where she could place her hand on their heads in her healing services. Among her escapades, on 5/18/1926, McPherson disappeared while swimming in the ocean in Southern California. Five weeks later, she turned up near the Mexico-Arizona border. She claimed to have been abducted by three outlaws and held in a desert shack in Mexico. Police investigators were unable to shed any light on the incident and her clean clothes and fresh appearance cast doubts on her story. The writer H.L. Mencken and others defended McPherson as the Los Angeles District Attorney's office tried to investigate the colorful evangelist. Her critics believed she spent the period in a love nest in Carmel, CA. After the incident blew over, McPherson hit the road again on a religious revival tour to save her reputation. Her popularity also gave the chance to do some real service. During the great depression, the Angelus Temple Commissary fed many of the poor in Los Angeles, sometimes better than the welfare agency in the city. As an evangelist and outstanding showman she offered salvation, healing and baptism, playing to huge audiences in the $1.5 million Angelus Temple. Throughout her lifetime she set up 400 churches, 200 missions, a Bible college and a radio station. McPherson's marriage to Harold McPherson ended in divorce with his charge of desertion in 1921. She remarried for the third time in 1931 to a 250-lb baritone singer she met during one of her biblical stage productions. Her third husband, David Hutton, Jr., was slapped with a breach-of-promise suit by another woman two days after his marriage to McPherson. Greatly distressed, she left on a European tour, leaving her husband behind. He divorced the evangelist while she lingered in Europe. Despite her success and her large congregations, McPherson had financial troubles throughout her religious career. On 9/27/1944, McPherson died in a hotel room in Oakland, CA from an accidental overdose of barbiturates. Link to Wikipedia biography

Life Events List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Relationship End

Jan. 1, 1916

Relationship : End significant relationship 1916 (Left second husband)



Jan. 1, 1921

Relationship : Divorce dates 1921 (Harold McPherson)



Jan. 1, 1931

Relationship : Marriage 1931 (Third marriage, David Hutton, Jr.)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Return Home

Jan. 1, 1909

Social : Return Home 1909 (After living in China temporarily)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Residence Change

Jan. 1, 1918

Family : Change residence 1918 (Moved to Los Angeles, CA)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


Sept. 27, 1944

Death by Accident 27 September 1944 in Oakland (Accidental barbituate OD, age 53) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Missing Person

May 18, 1926

Crime : Missing Person 18 May 1926 (Disappeared while swimming in ocean) .

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