Frederik Eeden Kundali AstroNidan
Birth Date: April 3, 1860
Birth Time: 1 p.m.
Birth City: Haarlem, North Holland, Netherlands
Degree : 13º59'2.73"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 18º36'40.41"
Moon Sign
Purva Phalguni
Pada : 2
Degree : 24º28'6.06"
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 Tuesday
Date April 3, 1860
Time 1 p.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Haarlem, North Holland, Netherlands
Geo-location 52ºN22'51.02", 4ºE38'12.59"
Timezone Europe/Amsterdam

Residence Details

City Haarlem, North Holland, Netherlands
Timezone Europe/Amsterdam

Ayansmha Preference

Ayanmsha True Chitra
Ayanmsha Value 21º53'49.89"


Birth Time (Europe/Amsterdam) Apr. 03, 1860, 12:58:57 PM
Birth Time (UTC) Apr. 03, 1860, 12:41:27 PM
Birth Time (LMT) Apr. 03, 1860, 01:00:00 PM
Birth Time (Julian) 2400504.028785
LMT Correction (in Hrs) 0.3092

Birth Place Location of birth place on map - Lat: 52ºN22'51.02" Lon: 4ºE38'12.59"

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


Extraordinary Talents | For Languages Famous | Top 5% of Profession


Personality | Idealist


Social Life | Travel


Healing Fields | Psychiatrist Medical | Physician Writers | Autobiographer Writers | Fiction Writers | Metaphysics/ Parapsychology Writers | Textbook/ Non-fiction


Body Part Problems | Eyes Major Diseases | Alzheimer's/ Senility


Misc. | Changed name Religion/Spirituality | Western

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

Dutch physician, psychiatrist and writer of drama, poetry, diaries and educational fairy tales. Van Eeden was the son of Frederik Willem van Eeden (26 October 1829, Haarlem – 4 May 1901, Haarlem), an amateur botanist, conservationists and in 1864 founder and director of the "Koloniaal Museum", now Tropen instituut in Amsterdam. He married in 1856 Neeltje van Warmelo (1833, Gouda -13 October 1919, Bussum) and got two sons Johan Adriaan (2 Augustus 1857, Haarlem - 17 December 1906) and Frederik (1860). Frederik followed since Sept 1872 the HBS at Haarlem, later (sept 1874) changed to the Latin school and got Sept 1878 the exam and then studied medicine in Amsterdam. In 1885 he became a physician and he dissertated 8 July 1886 on "Kunstmatige voeding bij tuberculose". He worked in Paris and in Nancy under Ambroise-Auguste Liébeault (1823-1904) and got interested in hypnosis. He worked as a GP in Bussum and in Augustus 1887 he associated with the Jungian psychoanalyst Albert Willem van Renterghem (1845-1927) in his Institute for Psychological Therapy in Amsterdam. Dr. A.W. Van Renterghem wrote in De Gids. Jaargang 78 of 1914 about paranormal media, cryptomnésie (latent memory), telepathy and the possibility of reincarnation and was the first chairman of the Dutch "Vereniging voor Psychoanalyse". Van Eeden had an active student life as praeses (chairman) of the Student Corps (4 Okt 1882). With friends he erected Fanor 14 June 1881, a literary dispute. Fanor is the plural of the Arabic word Fanā meaning to pass away or to cease to exist. He met the poets Willem Kloos (1859–1938) en Albert Verwey (1865-1937). He wrote in 1882 drama "De paddestoel of De gevaarlijke hartstocht." (The toad stool or the dangerous passion), "Frans Hals. Historisch, anachronistisch kluchtspel in drie bedrijven" (1884). His new generation of poets hated the sentimental and moralistic bourgeois poetry of pastors like Beets (1841-1903) and Ten Kate (1819-1889) who published in the cultural magazine "De Gids" (The Guide) that started 1 Jan 1837 and still exists. With the financial help of Willem Witsen (1860-1923) the new generation known as "De Tachtigers" (referring to 1880) got their own platform in "De Nieuwe Gids" (The new guide). Van Eeden debuted 1 Oktober 1885 under the pen name Cornelis Paradijs in "De Nieuwe Gids" with Grassprietjes. It was a parody of the "pastor poetry" as the subtitle described: "Grassprietjes of Liederen op het gebied van Deugd, Godsvrucht en Vaderland in vier afdeelingen". The introduction was by Sebastiaan Slaaf (Sebastian Slave), another alter ego of Van Eeden. The "Tachtigers" were not interested in moralistic art, but wanted "l'art pou l'art" aestheticism. Van Eeden wrote about the conflict between spiritual and emotional love and his work was highly popular in the Netherlands and Belgium. His most famous work is the fairytale "De kleine Johannes" (The Small Johannes) that appeared in three parts (1887, 1906, 1906). The first selection of it was published in De Nieuwe Gids in the first number of 1 October 1885 as a contrast to his parody "Grassprietjes". This serious and humoristic book deals with the development phases of humans, confronted in a dualistic world with contrasts like good versus evil, idealism versus materialism, positivism versus pantheism, the search for happiness and the need to grow up. It is partly an autobiographic book as the main characters of "Windekind" (child of wind) refers to Van Eedens fantasy rich early youth, "Wistik" (If I knew) hints to his questioning as a school child, and the figures of "Pluizer (figure it out) and "Cijfer"(number) symbolise the materialistic point of view he met at University. Van Eeden was a very active traveller and broadly minded intellectual searcher who met and wrote about many important persons of his time. As a psychiatrist he was was an active European psycho-analytical congress follower and speaker and met Jung and Freud (since 1886). With Lady Vicoria Welby (7 April 1837 - 29 March 1912) he founded the Society for Psychical Research [S.P.R.] in 1892 and did spiristic experiments on paranormal phenomena. As a journalist/essayist for "De Groene Amsterdammer" and "De Nieuwe Gids" he met many poets, philosophers and writers like Rolland, Buber and Tagore. He was a friend of L.E.J. Brouwer since 1915 and loved to wander with him in free nature and think about their "Significs" theory of language. Though the magazine "De Nieuwe Gids" celebrated the "l'art pour l'arts" principle, the idealistic Van Eeden was a very socially involved person. In 1898 he established a socialistic colony Walden around the villa Cruysbergen in Bussum. He himself stayed there often in a simple hut, as did many of his psychiatric patients including the poet Willem Kloos. The name Walden was derived from Henry David Thoreau's (1817-1862) book "Walden or Life in the Woods"(1854). The famous Dutch parapsychologist, psychometrist and psychic Gerard Croiset was born in the Walden colony. In 1907 the project died because of financial mismanagement. Personal Van Eeden married twice. On 15 April 1886 he married Martha van Vloten (18 February 1856, Deventer - 10 June 1943, Nigtevecht) and became member of the famous family Van Vloten. He divorced her 29 July 1907. On 21 August 1907 he married Geertruida Woutrina Everts. He got two sons in each marriage. On 12 May 1887 Hans, February 1889 Paul, 26 January 1909 Hugo and on 26 March 1910 Evert. Paul van Eeden died 21 February 1889. On 12 January 1875 he had a red eye and could not tolerate sun light (diary). Van Eeden was known as a bold and socially very active person, who held both Platonic and physical relations with women and was involved in many projects. But before age 60 his mental health deteriorated and the became a helpless person. He got depressed, phobic, forgetful and worried about his clumsy handwriting. Around 1927 he had to be hospitalised with fear of death and religious mania. He became a Catholic convert before his death in Bussum, Netherlands on 6/16/1932. Link to Wikipedia biography

Life Events List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


Oct. 1, 1885

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1 October 1885 in Amsterdam (under the pen name Cornelis Paradijs "Grassprietjes") .


New Career

Oct. 1, 1885

Work : New Career 1 October 1885 in Amsterdam (Editor of the 1st number of "Nieuwe Gids") .



July 1, 1886

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 8 July 1886 in Amsterdam (Thesis "Kunstmatige voeding bij tuberculose") .


Begin Major Project

Aug. 1, 1887

Work : Begin Major Project August 1887 in Amsterdam (Institute for Psychological Therapy) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


April 15, 1886

Relationship : Marriage 15 April 1886 (Martha van Vloten) .



July 29, 1907

Relationship : Divorce dates 29 July 1907 (Martha van Vloten) .



Aug. 21, 1907

Relationship : Marriage 21 August 1907 (Geertruida Woutrina Everts.) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Lifestyle Change

Sept. 1, 1874

Social : Change of Lifestyle 1 September 1874 in Haarlem (changed HBS for Latin school) .


Degree Enrollment

Sept. 1, 1878

Social : Begin a program of study September 1878 in Amsterdam (Medicine in Amsterdam) .


Lifestyle Change

Feb. 1, 1898

Social : Change of Lifestyle February 1898 in Bussum (started the colony of Walden) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Child Adopted

May 12, 1887

Family : Adopted a child 12 May 1887 (Hans) .


Child Adopted

Feb. 1, 1889

Family : Adopted a child February 1889 (Paul) .


Child Adopted

Jan. 26, 1909

Family : Adopted a child 26 January 1909 (Hugo) .


Child Adopted

March 26, 1910

Family : Adopted a child 26 March 1910 (Evert) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Acute Illness

Jan. 12, 1875

Health : Acute illness 12 January 1875 in Haarlem (red eye and light intolerance (not the 1st episode)) .


Psychotic Episode

Jan. 1, 1927

Mental Health : Psychotic episode 1927 (Became mentally ill)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Child Death

Feb. 21, 1889

Death of Child 21 February 1889 (Paul van Eeden) .


Father Death

May 1, 1901

Death of Father 4 May 1901 in Haarlem .


Sibling Death

Dec. 17, 1906

Death of Sibling 17 December 1906 .



June 16, 1932

Death, Cause unspecified 16 June 1932 (Age 72) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Other Social

Oct. 1, 1882

Other Social 4 October 1882 in Amsterdam (chairman of student Corps) .

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