Frédéric (1853) Rimbaud's Human Design Chart

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          This Incarnation Cross represents the specific theme or purpose of Frédéric (1853) Rimbaud's life. It's determined by the positions of the Sun and Earth at the time of Frédéric (1853) Rimbaud's birth and 88 days before Frédéric (1853) Rimbaud's birth. This cross embodies Frédéric (1853) Rimbaud's unique potential and the lessons they're came to learn, providing a roadmap to fulfilling Frédéric (1853) Rimbaud's life's purpose.

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          Frédéric (1853) Rimbaud's Biography

          French noted family member, he was the elder brother of famous poet Arthur Rimbaud by less than a year. The brothers had three younger sisters, Victorine-Pauline-Vitalie (born 4 June 1857, she died a few weeks later), Jeanne-Rosalie-Vitalie (“Vitalie,” born 15 June 1858) and Frédérique Marie Isabelle (“Isabelle,” born 1 June 1860).
          He died from complications of a broken leg on 2 July 1911 at age 57 in Vouziers, France.