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Apr 10, 2010

Jupiter/Uranus and the Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb

You know how the combination of Jupiter with Uranus represents, on one level, light bulbs, both electrically and new-idea-wise, and how the two 'light bulb planets' of inventions and discoveries meet three times this year beginning with a first Great Conjunction on June 8, 2010 @ 00Ari18?

So can Jupiter/Uranus bring bad things to light?

Well, I think it's interesting that reports now surface saying that using those swirly Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (CFL) may not be such a 'bright idea' after all. And since Uranus-to-Aries-Point is a significator for 'scientific breakthroughs', their combined spotlight of energies may also relate to new discoveries concerning older 'new' inventions such as the CFL.

Peep-eye, further testing! Upon second thought, General Electric! You certainly pushed the use of CFL upon the public forcefully as if they were environmentally an improvement over regular light bulbs, US government! Yet CFL are full of toxic mercury, too!

Actually, Jupiter and Uranus remain @ 00Ari18 (conj Aries Point, a World Point of manifestation and prominence) in Washington DC for 3 hours 3 minutes on June 8, 2010, from 6:57 am edt until 10:00 am edt. Here's the schedule:

6:57 am edt: ASC 3Can59 with US natal Venus rising and our natal Jupiter in tow; MC 12Pis34 with the Great Conjunction of Jup/Uran beginning in 10th house and ending in 9th house (conjunct 9th cusp 29Pis49). They will, in tandem, cross Midheaven during their celestial tango which results in a temporary midpoint picture...

Jupiter/Uranus = MC: optimism; a fortunate turn in life. (Ebertin.) This picture echoes their June 8, 2010 Great Conjunction which opposes US natal MC 00Lib53 in America's 'Sibly' chart.

So while Jupiter and Uranus are docked together in June @ AP, the Moon ranges from 27Ari29 (11th house) to 29Ari06 (29 being a 'crisis' or 'impatient' degree) in 9th house, yet conjunct MC 1Tau59. Transit Venus 23Can13 (beginning in 1st house, ending in 12th) conjoins US natal Mercury, a time of good news, cordial business and community activities, and successful public relations.

And for those 3 hrs 3 mins, the Sun begins @ 17Gem33 in 12th house, ends @ 17:41 in 11th house with ASC 11Leo51, conj President Obama's natal Sun. This is the Venus Transit degree (17Gem53) of June 8, 2004 which occurred during the G-8 Summit on Sea Island, GA...that very weekend.

Curiously back then, Jupiter 10Vir37 and Uranus 6Pis48 were in opposition and forming a T-Square with apex Mercury in Mercury-ruled Gemini @ 5Gem30...

Jupiter/Uranus = Mercury: gathering ample knowledge; a fortunate occupational change; planning on success; a series of fortunate breaks; thinking about the need for changes and how you can affect them.

And affect them the behind-the-scenes power elite and their public faces (aka 'world leaders') have.

Or, perhaps someone simply changed a newly invented, if over-touted, light bulb.


Midpoints: Ebertin and Tyl; T-Square info from Dynamics of Aspect Analysis by Bil Tierney; to read much more on the amazing Jupiter/Uranus cycle, check out Anne Whitaker's excellent book Jupiter Meets Uranus which I have personally reviewed on Amazon.


Kieron said...

I am at the point where, if *anything* is touted, pushed, hyped or otherwise recommended by governmental or religious shills, I do the exact opposite. I stocked up on incandescent bulbs awhile back when there was an Internet rumor that those will be phased out.

No lie, but my word verification is flashi The Cosmos has a sense of humor, I do declare!

Jude Cowell said...

It's the same here, Kieron! i took a wait-and-see attitude on the CFL and have only one in a small side lamp now. Seldom is it turned on when anyone is in the room but we will be certain to use it even less now.

And so far, regular light bulbs are still available here, glad to say.

You got 'flashi' eh? A cosmic sense of humor...or a targeted verification for a particular post? ;p Jude

Singing Sparrow said...

The CFL thing has never made sense to me due to the mercury issue. I did start using them but am delivering them to the local recycling yard so that they can dispose of them correctly and I can go back to incandescent bulbs which have a sweeter light anyway. The yellow glow of the CFL's are not good for the mood.

Astroplethoramaman said...

Yeah, I know Mercury in CFLs is a problem, but what about the amount of energy used?
Do we really want a bunch o' additional nukular power plants to go with our incandescent bulbs blazing away hour after unnecessary hour, and our supersized home theater systems?

Singing Sparrow said...

I personally live on such a humble level that there is no screaming theater in my home nor are there many outlets to over utilized with the incandescent bulbs.
however,astroplethoramanaman,your point of the hugeness of our imaginations and appetites is a deep and important one. Isn't the real question "why do we need theaters in our homes and why do we have to accumulate huge fortunes or at least appear to be doing so?"

DD said...

Well, thanks for the CFL reminder. I had two in the house, one which burned at night right across the room from me.

No longer. They are gone. And I am rethinking all products that need to be "properly recycled" instead of just thrown away. Think of hurdreds of thousands we are spending on recycling that which does not just return to the earth hurting no one. We need to rethink the whole petroleum, nuclear thing.

Tides, damns, wind mills, gardens, in harmony with the earth appeals more to me each day.

Ever notice how some futuristic movies show machines, shiny walls, and flattened earth as their setting?

I think about this everytime I clean my house. It seems so silly to live on an earth that must be washed off our bodies and living spaces to begin with. Going native is sounding better every day.
I hear the streams in western Canada are considered one of the safest places to live at this time.

Well, back to dusting.