Jim Jones 1931

JJ
Jim Jones
Celebrity
Birth Date: May 13, 1931
Birth Time: 10 p.m.
Birth City: Lynn, Indiana, United States
Taurus
Degree : 22º24'8.95"
Sun Sign*
Pisces
Degree : 20º1'49.38"
Moon Sign
Revati
Pada : 2
Nakshatra
Sagittarius
Degree : 11º24'47.95"
Ascendant
Updated at Feb. 21, 2024, 12:36:14 AM
Created at Feb. 21, 2024, 12:36:14 AM
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Kundali Details

Birth details and configuration for astrological analysis

Birth Details

Gender Male
Weekday Wednesday
Date May 13, 1931
Time 10 p.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Lynn, Indiana, United States
Geo-location 40ºN2'59.17",
Timezone America/Indiana/Indianapolis

Residence Details

City Lynn, Indiana, United States
Timezone America/Indiana/Indianapolis

Time/Correction

Time (America/Indiana/Indianapolis) May. 13, 1931, 10:00:00 PM
Time (UTC) May. 14, 1931, 04:00:00 AM
Time (LMT) May. 13, 1931, 10:20:14 PM
Time (Julian) 2426475.66666667
LMT Correction -5.6628 Hrs
Ayanmsha True Chitra - 22º53'18.56"

Birth Place

Location of birth place on map - Lat: 40ºN2'59.17" Lon: 84ºS56'22.88"

Life Attributes

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

Diagnoses

Major Diseases | High Blood Pressure Body Part Problems | Lung Psychological | Abuse Drugs Psychological | Bi-Polar Disorder Psychological | Psychotic Episode

Personal

Religion/Spirituality | Western Death | Suicide

Passions

Sexuality | Bi-Sexual Sexuality | Extremes in quantity Sexuality | Sex Organs Criminal Perpetrator | Homicide many at once

Vocation

Business | Business owner Healing Fields | Social worker Medical | Nurse/ Nurse's Aids Politics | Government employee Religion | Cult leader Religion | Ecclesiastics/ western Religion | Spiritual Leader/ Guru

Lifestyle

Work | Stressful work Financial | Gain - Financial success in field

Notable

Extraordinary Talents | For Motivating/Selling Famous | Criminal cases Famous | Top 5% of Profession Book Collection | American Book

Family

Childhood | Family traumatic event Relationship | Number of Marriages Parenting | Foster, Step, or Adopted Kids Parenting | Kids more than 3

Life Story

Story of person and major life events assoicated with this Kundali

American cult figure, the Leader of The People's Temple. In 1977, he led his followers from San Francisco to Guyana. Jones was known as a manic-depressive who suffered from paranoia and delusions. However, he held an incredible power of persuasion and led nearly 1000 people, including himself, to a mass suicide on 19 November 1978, Georgetown, Guyana. Jones' mother, Lynetta Jones, was a young anthropologist trying to decide between her career or marriage. A dream of her dead mother telling her she would bear a son who would right the wrongs of the world helped make her decision. She was convinced that her child was a messiah. His father, James Thurmond Jones, was a member of the Ku Klux Klan and died when Jim was young. His mother worked in a factory and kept the vision of her dream. Jim was raised a Methodist and played pretend-church as a child. At seven, a neighbor recalled he would lace his speeches with calls for strict discipline. His high-school classmates recall that he was popular but not a leader, noticing his growing interest in religion. After graduating from Richmond High School, near Lynn, Indiana, Jones had ten years of on-and-off studies before receiving his BA degree from Butler University. He worked part-time as a hospital orderly, also becoming pastor of a Methodist church in Indianapolis, Indiana where his strong views on integration made him a target of bigots. Disenchanted with the Methodist faith, he created his own church, the Community National Church. By 1956, he opened the first Peoples Temple in Indianapolis. The Temple formed a soup kitchen, an employment desk to help people find jobs, and a nursing home. His mother's dream seemed to be self-fulfilling. In 1961, Mayor Boswell appointed Jones as director of the Indianapolis' Human Rights Commission. Soon he was noticed for his power to relate to people and for building their self-esteem. He was also beginning to demand fierce personal loyalty from his followers and flexing his capitalist muscle by setting up several corporations, which profited under religious nonprofit protection. Soon he was disparaging traditional biblical tenets, demanding that his religious philosophies be followed instead. Stating his belief that a nuclear holocaust was coming, he moved his family to what he considered a safe spot in April 1962, a Brazilian city 250 miles north of Rio de Janeiro. He tried his brand of evangelizing but did not meet with the success he had attained in the U.S. He visited Guyana in 1963, where his first vision of a remote utopian settlement was formed. His increasing fears and paranoia took him home to Indiana with a determination to make money and a newly found gift of extreme exaggeration. He moved the Temple to northern California, near Ukiah in 1965. There he built a new flock using fraudulent "healing" performances to win worshipers and encouraged members to inform on spouses or children who transgressed his rules of loyalty. A hierarchy of trusted members formed, ones who would eventually help carry out his last order for mass suicide. Members' money and possessions were to be freely given to Jones at his command, along with sexual favors. In 1971 Jones' purchased new temples in San Francisco's Fillmore district and in Los Angeles. His public relations talents brought him political clout in 1975 when he delivered a bloc of votes helping liberal Democrat George Moscone win the mayoralty race. Offered a seat on the City's Human Rights Commission, Jones thought it wasn't good enough, turning it down until he was made Chair of the Housing Authority. He was soon greeting Gov. Jerry Brown, Vice Presidential candidate Walter Mondale and Rosalynn Carter. All this attention brought the curiosity of newspaper reporters who amassed enough data to devastate The People's Temple. When Jones' strong-arm tactics to squelch the story failed, he prepared to move to a leased tract of 27,000 acres in Guyana. Black followers were told they would be placed in concentration camps if they remained behind and Whites were informed they were on a CIA "enemies" list along with threats of blackmail and reprisals against defectors. Jones managed to be in Guyana when the 1 April 1977 edition of "New West" appeared. Incredibly, in light of the cruelty, stealing and sexual pervasion revealed in the article, 800 people were ready to follow him to Guyana. Jones' health began to deteriorate: his lungs were infected with a fungus, and he had a prostate condition. His blood pressure soared and his temperature ranged between 101 and 105; he subsisted on increasing dosages of drugs. When Congressman Leo Ryan became concerned enough about the affairs of The People's Temple to embark on a fact-finding trip with Temple lawyers and a team of reporters, Jones' paranoia was at an all-time high. After a day and night at Jonestown, the Jones compound, Ryan and the reporters had ferreted out enough information to take home a negative report despite the Herculean attempts by Jones' followers to keep the compound an appearance of utopia. Ryan and his entourage were at the small airport an hour away from Jonestown preparing to return home when a tractor trailer pulled onto the runway with armed People's Temple gunmen. They fired on the party, killing Ryan, several newsmen and Temple members attempting to leave with the congressional party. At the same time, the camp doctor was ordered to prepare a vat of strawberry flavor-aide, dumping in a quantity of painkillers and tranquilizers as well as jugs of cyanide. The members of Jonestown drank the poison as ordered and Jones put a bullet through his head. Over 900 bodies were counted. A box of over 800 passports were found, Social Security checks of elderly members and a million dollars in cash. While a hospital orderly, he met and married nurse, Marceline Baldwin. They had one son of their own and adopted eight children of varying racial backgrounds. Link to Wikipedia biography

Life Events

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S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description
1

Start Business

Jan. 1, 1956

Work : Start Business 1956 (Opened first People's Temple)

2

New Job

Jan. 1, 1961

Work : New Job 1961 (Chairman, Indianapolis' Human Rights Commission)

3

Start Business

Jan. 1, 1971

Work : Start Business 1971 (Started new temple in L.A.)

4

Start Business

Jan. 1, 1971

Work : Start Business 1971 (Started new temple in San Francisco)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description
1

Begin Travel

Jan. 1, 1963

Social : Begin Travel 1963 (Visited Guyana)

2

Begin Travel

Jan. 1, 1977

Social : Begin Travel 1977 (Led followers to Guyana)

3

Secret Revealed

April 1, 1977

Social : Secrets revealed 1 April 1977 (People's Temple exposed in newspaper article) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description
1

Residence Change

Jan. 1, 1962

Family : Change residence 1962 (Moved to Brazil)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description
1

Suicide

Nov. 19, 1978

Death by Suicide 19 November 1978 (Shot self in head, age 47) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description
1

Other Work

Jan. 1, 1965

Other Work 1965 (Moved People's Temple to N. California)

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