Conrad Busken Kundali AstroNidan
Birth Date: Dec. 28, 1826
Birth Time: 1:30 p.m.
Birth City: The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands
Degree : 6º21'9.51"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 9º34'38.01"
Moon Sign
Pada : 3
Degree : 7º31'37.35"
Last updated at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.
Created at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.

Kundali Details Birth details and configuration for astrological analysis

Birth Details

Gender Male
Weekday Thursday
Date Dec. 28, 1826
Time 1:30 p.m.
Daylight Saving No
City The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands
Geo-location 52ºN4'36.01", 4ºE17'55.0"
Timezone Europe/Amsterdam

Residence Details

City The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands
Timezone Europe/Amsterdam

Ayansmha Preference

Ayanmsha True Chitra
Ayanmsha Value 21º25'34.0"


Birth Time (Europe/Amsterdam) Dec. 28, 1826, 01:30:18 PM
Birth Time (UTC) Dec. 28, 1826, 01:12:48 PM
Birth Time (LMT) Dec. 28, 1826, 01:30:00 PM
Birth Time (Julian) 2388354.050556
LMT Correction (in Hrs) 0.2867

Birth Place Location of birth place on map - Lat: 52ºN4'36.01" Lon: 4ºE17'55.0"

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


Mind | Education extensive Mind | I.Q. high/ Mensa level Personality | Aggressive/ brash


Religion | Ecclesiastics/ western Writers | Critic


Religion/Spirituality | Philosopher/ Humanist

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

Dutch pastor, journalist and influential literary critic. Busken Huet, son of a Hague civil servant, attended Gymnasium Haganum and studied theology at Leiden University, in Geneva and Lausanne. He was appointed pastor of the French speaking Walloon church in Haarlem in 1851. A student of Prof. Johannes Henricus Scholten (1811-1885) and friend of Prof. Abraham Kuenen, Busken Huet familiarised his parishioners with the insights of 'Modern Theology', e.g. with respect to the Bible. In 1857-1858 he created a scandal by publishing Brieven over den Bijbel (Letters on the Bible), in which he popularised the 'Modern' view on the origins and authority of the Bible: "Just as all Christianity is purely devotional love after Christ’s example, the entire Bible is purely a human creation. Yes, a creation inspired by the personal faith of the prophets and apostles; brought forth by the national genius of the Hebrews, which genius both the apostles and the prophets represented; one that did not fall from the clouds like a meteor, but rose from the bosom of the Jewish people, as the goddess of beauty rose from the billows whose foam created her; one which was not, in part or whole, put on paper and collected in one or two volumes through the external intervention of Providence, but which emerged leaf by leaf, like a budding flower, from the stem of Israel; one that did not bypass the Jews or go over the heads as it came to us from God, but came from the Jews themselves, under God’s guidance; a human creation, in other words, inspired by human faith, consummated by human art, preserved by human care, understood by every true human heart and acknowledged as the voice of the heart, as the voice of human devotion, human suffering, human happiness: such is the human creation the Bible is to me." In 1862, after realizing that these 'Letters' had ruined his clerical career, Busken Huet resigned his charge. Attempting journalism instead, he went out to Java in 1868 as the editor of a newspaper. Before this time, however, he had begun his career as a polemical man of letters, although it was not until 1872 that he was made famous by the first series of his Literary Fantasies and Chronicles, a title under which he gradually gathered in successive volumes all that was most durable in his work as a critic. His one novel, Lidewyde, was written under strong French influences. Returning from the Dutch East Indies, Busken Huet settled for the remainder of his life in Paris. For the last quarter of a century he had been the acknowledged dictator in all questions of Dutch literary taste. Perfectly honest, desirous to be sympathetic, widely read, and devoid of all sectarian obstinacy, Busken Huet introduced into Holland the light and air of Europe. He made it his business to break down the narrow prejudices and the still narrower self-satisfaction of his countrymen, without endangering his influence by a mere effusion of paradox. He was a brilliant writer, who would have been admired in any language, but whose appearance in a literature so stiff and dead as that of Holland in the fifties was dazzling enough to produce a sort of awe and stupefaction. The posthumous correspondence of Busken Huet has been published. Also, Huet used papers by Peter Thaborita for his description of Pier Gerlofs Donia. Personal He married in 1859 the teacher Anna Dorothée van der Tholl, who had followed catechism with him. He died 1 May 1886 in Paris. Link to Wikipedia

Life Events List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Great Achievement

Oct. 1, 1836

Work : Great Achievement 8 October 1836 in Den Haag (Goes tot the 2nd class of Gymnasium Haganum at age 11 (expected age is 12+1=13)) .


Begin Major Project

March 1, 1838

Work : Begin Major Project 6 March 1838 in Den Haag (Subscription to the Latin School (Gymnasium Haganum) in Den Haag) .


Gain Social Status

Oct. 1, 1847

Work : Gain social status October 1847 (He is appointed abactis of the Leiden student corps and is editor of the Student almanac before 1848 .) .


Gain Social Status

June 23, 1848

Work : Gain social status 23 June 1848 in Leiden (Kandidaats exam in theology. After that he went to Laussanne en Genève to study Theology and the French language.) .


New Career

Dec. 29, 1850

Work : New Career 29 December 1850 in Haarlem (appealed by the Walloon municipality in Haarlem.) .


New Career

April 1, 1851

Work : New Career 5 April 1851 in Haarlem (First sermon Philippians 3:13-16) .



Oct. 1, 1853

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released October 1853 (Belydenisvryheid, een strafgeding in Pruissen, uit het Hoogduitsch vertaald en medegedeeld door Cd. Busken Huet) .



Jan. 1, 1854

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released January 1854 in Haarlem (Groen en ryp, door Thrasybulus) .



Dec. 1, 1855

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released December 1855 in Haarlem (Jacques Saurin en Théodore Huet, proeve van kerkgeschiedkundige kritiek. Haarlem, A.C. Kruseman, 1855.) .


Begin Major Project

April 1, 1856

Work : Begin Major Project April 1856 (Editor of the Periodical: La seule chose néçessaire, receuil mensuel d'édification chrétienne) .



April 1, 1856

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1 April 1856 (Brieven van een kleinstedeling by Lodewijk van Montalte in the Nederlandsche Spectator) .


Begin Major Project

May 21, 1857

Work : Begin Major Project 21 May 1857 in Haarlem (Brieven over den Bijbel (ended april 1858)) .



Oct. 1, 1857

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1 October 1857 in Haarlem (Verpoozingen op letterkundig gebied. Haarlem, 1856.) .



Nov. 1, 1857

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1 November 1857 (Twaalf bijzonderheden uit Jezus kinderlijken leeftijd. Amsterdam, 1855. (De Gids)) .



Nov. 1, 1857

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1 November 1857 (Letters "Wereldwijsheid" in Nederlandsche Spectator (ended 9 May 1858)) .



Aug. 1, 1858

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released August 1858 (Translation: Uit Fanny Fern. Leeuwarden, G.T.N. Suringar, 1858) .



Nov. 1, 1858

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released November 1858 in Haarlem (Short stories: Overdrukjes, schetsen en verhalen. Haarlem, C. Zwaardemaker, 1858.) .



Jan. 14, 1860

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 14 January 1860 (Criticism on Willem Bilderdijk (1756-1831) in De Gids) .



Nov. 1, 1860

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 9 November 1860 in Amsterdam (1st of a series of lectures: Voorlezingen over de Nederlandse letterkunde in het tijdvak van de Bataafse Republiek.) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Relationship Begin

June 27, 1856

Relationship : Begin significant relationship 27 June 1856 in Haarlem (1st letter to Anton van der Tholl (1837-1858)) .


Significant Relationship Begin

March 1, 1859

Relationship : Meet a significant person March 1859 (E.J. Potgieter (1808-1875) liked Overdrukjes in De Gids) .


Relationship Begin

July 1, 1859

Relationship : Begin significant relationship 4 July 1859 (Engagement with Anne van der Tholl.) .



Jan. 14, 1860

Relationship : Marriage 14 January 1860 in Haarlem (Anne van der Tholl.) .


Significant Relationship Begin

July 1, 1860

Relationship : Meet a significant person 1 July 1860 in Haarlem (H.P.G. Quack (1834-1917)) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


Jan. 21, 1827

Social : Institutionalized - prison, hospital 21 January 1827 at 10:00 AM in Den Haag (Symbolic prison: Baptised and becoming member of the Wallonian church of Den Haag being only three weeks old.) .


Degree Completion

July 1, 1843

Social : End a program of study July 1843 in Den Haag (Finished the Gymnasium Haganum at age 16 (expected age 18)) .


Lifestyle Change

Feb. 17, 1844

Social : Change of Lifestyle 17 February 1844 in Leiden (became student of Theology, moved to Leiden) .


Return Home

May 1, 1849

Social : Return Home May 1849 in Leiden (Not successful (see DBNL)) .


Degree Enrollment

Jan. 30, 1853

Social : Begin a program of study 30 January 1853 in Haarlem (Vereeniging ‘Debating Society’ erected) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Child Adopted

May 31, 1860

Family : Adopted a child 31 May 1860 in Haarlem (Gédéon Busken Huet (1860-1921)) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Father Death

Jan. 30, 1847

Death of Father 30 January 1847 .


Sibling Death

Aug. 1, 1847

Death of Sibling 1 August 1847 in Den Haag .


Mother Death

Jan. 25, 1863

Death of Mother 25 January 1863 in Zutphen (Théodore Esther Huet, born 23 Jul 1798 in Amsterdam) .



May 1, 1886

Death, Cause unspecified 1 May 1886 in Paris .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Other Family

June 23, 1833

Other Family 23 June 1833 in Den Haag (Sister born: Anna Maria (Busken Huet) van Deventer) .


Other Social

May 1, 1851

Other Social 1 May 1851 in Haarlem (rents a room in Haarlem) .

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Willem Bilderdijk

Opponent/Rival/Enemy Relationship With Bilderdijk, Willem (Born 7 September 1756). Notes: Criticised Him In De Nederlandsche Spectator

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