Mar 29, 2011

Aries New Moon Apr 3, 2011 w US natal Mars rising

The more I look at the chart factors in the horoscope of the April 3, 2011 New Moon at a critical/crisis degree, the more worrisome they appear. Sadly, the cure isn't to stop looking.

Well, as you know, the combination of Mars and Uranus is a permanent signature in the American natal chart and national psyche so we can't say we're not a warring bunch of varmints, can we? With Gemini the sign of multiplicity, America chooses and fights wars two or three at a time. Click to read more on these disturbing, protesting, incendiary energies which include America's natal Uranus and Mars in Gemini 'going angular' in the April 3 New Moon chart.

And transiting MIDAS conjoins US n Uranus as I type! Where there are wars there are war profiteers lurking behind the scenes for they seldom if ever put themselves in harm's way!

If I weren't under the weather this week, I'd go ahead and post the horoscope so you can view it. In lieu, here are the particulars for setting up the chart for yourself if you haven't already:

New Moon April 3, 2011 @ 10:32:16 am edt (says my Solar Fire software) Washington DC.

Now of course, one lunation chart can't 'do it all' but it can trigger other planetary and social factors. The recent entry into Aries - and crossing the World Point of Manifestation at Aries Point (00Ari00) - of quirky rebel and freedom- fighter Uranus is a major component of April's Mars/Uranus picture especially since the sign Aries - and now, transiting Uranus - are ruled by hotheaded, testosterone-driven Mars.

1927/28 and 2011

Yes, Uranus The Awakener is certainly busy this time around bringing strikes, protests, and stand-offs much as was the case when Uranus conjoined AP on March 31, 1927, November 4, 1927, and January 13, 1928. Combined with instigator Mars in 2011, powerfully explosive situations including the nuclear realm and more earthquakes are dire potentials.

Yet hopefully April won't bring more bad news concerning the nuclear meltdown in Japan, and I pray that the West's Libyan intrusion with its mildly named 'no-fly' zone will not take a wrong Martian-Uranian turn into chaos as well.

And I'm fairly certain you're with me on that.

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Events of 1927 (ex: major earthquake in China), 1928 (major earthquake in Greece), and, for 2011, perhaps it's time for Japan to resort to the Chernobyl Solution.

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Note: on President Obama's justification speech on Libya last evening, it amazes me that he can rail against Gaddafi's "exploitation" of the Libyan people's wealth and his poor treatment of them when we-the-people have been treated in similar disenfranchised fashion ourselves with more to come.

Where is Mr. Obama's outrage, staged or otherwise, on our behalf? jc

2 comments:

Lola said...

I think that President Obama has expressed thoroughly his outrage on our behalf! His campaign was based upon his anger at the way the American people had been treated, and whether or not he has been entirely successful, I don't believe that one can accurately accuse him of not expressing anger on behalf of his own people. The people of Libya HAVE suffered under Qaddafi, and the President SHOULD express his anger at their situation. It's illogical (and, excuse me, but rather U.S.-centric) to suggest that just because Obama expresses compassion for the Libyan people, that he somehow lacks compassion for his own.

jude cowell said...

Hi Lola, thanks for weighing in here. Given BHO's weakened bills for health care (insurance) and financial reform & the Wall St operatives he's surrounded himself with (though I suspect this was a trade-off for gaining a stint in the W-H) - the fact that campaigning Obama promised to put on his marching shoes on behalf of working people seems to be a false promise. I don't think he has done enough on behalf of the middle & lower classes from within the exalted corporate company he keeps.

That he speaks out on behalf of the Libyan people is laudable, I only hope he remembers the disenfranchisements now going on before our eyes - in the USA! jc