, pub-4599738212880558, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0, pub-4599738212880558, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Aug 2, 2011

Uranus in Aries! US infested by 'Coercive Utopians'

Such a definition have I found for you!

Check out Coercive Utopians and see if the listed traits remind you of any of the current denizens of Washington DC who star in the ongoing "R v D"/"con v lib" and 'default' dramas they keep us divided and conquered by.

You may also wish to scan through a just-published post--Time for Civil Disobedience in America?--where I fuss and grumble quite loudly over transiting Uranus in Aries, designated as "Utopians" in Reinhold Ebertin's The Combination of Stellar Influences.

Any type of contact between Mars (Aries) and Uranus may be radical, explosive, violent, or simply motivated by malcontent, of course.

So the current expressions shown in the US of radical behavior (described by the sign Uranus is in--here, Mars-ruled Aries) by a minority of activists which (since Tea Partisans entered Congress) has set up potentials for 1. government shut-down, and 2. financial default and credit rating downgrades for the US which the manufactured 'debt-deal/default crisis' conjured for public consumption, is the reason I stick with this blog's original description from when I set up Stars Over Washington in October 2005:

"Astrological comments on America, on Washington DC, and on the politicians who infest them."

That's politicians of all parties and factions--along with their enabling, collusive, and bossy corporate partners and banksters in crime. You know who--like the Koch Brothers who bankroll the Tea Party and the money-printing, privately owned 'Federal' Reserve Bank whose stockholders and board members lists--including any and all monarchists, Rockefellers, and Rothschilds--should have been fully revealed to the American people decades ago.

Highly Recommended Reading: mundane astrologer Theodore White's latest comprehensive Global Astrology view and analyses of current events (including all the news article links you might wish); plus, economist Robert Reich writes on how President Obama's hands are tied by the 'debt deal' as he turns his belated attention to jobs creation.

Guess Mr. Obama can do this after signing the 'debt-deal' bill today because the GOP is done working him over for now--or are they?

Even so, why not take a brief scroll down the sidebar to the Search Bar and type away for a list of all my posts on such topics as the Tea Party, US economy, Rs v Ds, and any other subject which may interest you. After all, SO'W passed its 5,000-labels-only limit ages ago and is nearing close to 3,000 published posts! jc

No comments: