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ulgarian astrologer who learned about the stars from the time he was five, thanks to a Russian astronomer, Kovatchev, who escaped from the Bolsheviks. By the time he was ten, he knew the signs of the zodiac, collecting the data of his friends. He was always intellectually curious and searching. Boris has given 12,000 consultations from 1963 to 2002, and has written 8,000 newspaper articles and notes over 40 years. He has been invited on Spanish TV five times. He had written 32 books on astrology, including "Illustrated Chronology of History, "2000 and "The Seven Proofs of Astrology," 2001.
Boris was the son of a carpenter. His grandfather was a Christian orthodox priest and his uncle a medical doctor; the rest of the family was all teachers. He was raised in Montevideo from 1931 where he studied at the University in architecture, learning six languages. He married in 1955 and they had one child, later adding two grandchildren and by 2002, one great-grandchild.
In 1949, together with his wife, Boris began to observe psychological characteristic of both public figures and personal friends. He was at that time a professor in Mathematics and Languages. He began doing horoscopes publicly in 1963, writing in the newspaper and appearing on television at a time when astrology was not taken seriously. His discovered a method of progression at the rate of seven years per house beginning from the Ascendant that he called Proluna (PLN). Two years later he published PLN in "Les Cahiers Astrologiques." His principal system PLN is made of four methods: PLN (seven years per house), RESONA (one month per house), RELUNA (1/12 of a moon cycle per house) and REDIANA (two hours per house).
In 1967 he discovered the "Tabla Periódica de la Historia" (TPH or Periodical Table of History), first doctrine based on the equinox precession, and first to prove Niestzche's Eternal Return, which he published in Kier in 1969 as his first book, "Un retorno del pasado" (A return of the past). It was his first collective method for predicting. There he made his first predictions as a return of Middle Ages (the Cultural Revolutions in France and then in all the world), hippies, rose pills, etc.
In 1970 the Uruguay government paid him to go to Holland to visit the clairvoyant Gerard Croiset to find the kidnappers of U.S. ambassador Jackson and others from terrorists Tupamaros.
In 1972 he predicted that some of the boys in Los Andes tragedy were alive, mentioned in "Alive" by Piers Paul Reed and "Between my Son and I, The Moon." For Carlitos Paez, he predicted in September his return three months later and it occurred in December. That same year he was consulted by Peron from Spain to ask if he would come again to rule Argentina and Boris wrote to him, "Yes, but it must be as a honorary president, because there was great danger for his life." Peron said he will do that and he returned without problems to Argentina. He was elected once more and put Dr. Cámpora as a president. Three months later Campora renounced and Perón assumed power but died one year later.
In 1976 he predicted the fall of Isabel Peron, three months before the fall was effective and with the minimal error of 21 hours.
In 1977 he predicted the end of URSS twelve years later, in 1989 in "El Diario," which happened as he said. He also made another trip to see Croiset and Tenhaeff for Sajón, an Argentinean kidnapped, a special envoy from President Lanusse.
In 1978 he predicted, before the new Pope was elected and nine days before the conclave, that the next Pope will have a very short reign. The prediction came true and resulted in becoming known world-wide. Associated Press sent a reporter to interview him.
In 1979 his first bestseller, "The Catastrophe of 1983" was published in five languages and ten different editors, in which he predicted in the very first page a world plague like in 1347, the ozone hole five years before, economic problems (the superdebts), and many others. This was probably the bestseller of all the prediction books of the 20th century.
In 1979, 1980 and 1982 he was the principal astrologer invited to the first three Spanish International Congresses of history (Barcelone, San Paulo and Buenos Aires).
In 1980 he was invited by the Bogdanoff Brothers in RTF, Radio Television Française, to perform in Salhon de Provence, a film documentaire on Nostradamus, and his predictions about a new Middle Age.
In 1980 he predicted an attempt against the pope John Paul II in the middle of May 1981, which occurred on 5/13/1981.
In 1980 he predicted a rare war in Argentine. Two years later the Falklands War exploded.
In 1982 he began his school of Astrology in Montevideo and Buenos Aires. That year, he predicted a new Ice Age, one day before the cold records began in the northern hemisphere, with minus 60ºCentigrade in USA.
In 1984 he predicted the reunion of both Germanys during 1989-1992. In 1989 the political reunion was real and in 1992 the economic reunion was real.
In 1986 he was invited to a party were he met Juan Carlos from Spain, who consulted him for his future. Juan Carlos told Boris that he was a regular consultant of Mme. Elizabeth Teissier, the astrologer of Mitterrand. He and Juan Carlos exchanged several letters.
In 1988 he won a marathon at 63 years in Punta del Este, the best resort in Uruguay, for people from 55 on.
In five different years he was invited to Madrid to perform predictions in TV1 and TV2, the only two official channels. He made about 30 oceanic trips for editors, consultants and congresses until 2002, and has authored 32 astrological books. From 1997 he has had two websites and has conducted two Spanish astrological groups.
In 1995 he predicted a world economic crack for 1999 and in December, all the stock markets fell.
In 1999 he predicted that the Atlantic-European-Asiatic eclipse will bring several catastrophes in the following three years (one year for each hour of the eclipse) in the line of the total shadow. This line began in New York, crossed Europe, Turkey, Iran, Pakistán to the Bay of Bengal. Days later John Kennedy Jr died in an airplane, then a French tornado as never seen before, a big earthquake in Turkey, the first dictatorship in Pakistán from three decades and at last the great terrorist strike of September 11 in the U.S., all in the three years after the eclipse.