Thursday, August 21, 2008
THE CRASH AT BARAJAS: DES ASTRES?
A disaster like a plane crash doesn’t really come 'des astres' (from the stars). Most of the time human errors, mechanical problems (due to human errors) and miscommunication together with certain circumstances cause a crash.
The plane at Barajas did not just fall out of the sky. There was something wrong with the plane. It is good to know that, because I know that every day, every moment, there are combinations of planets and the cross of the chart, that match with accidents. Every day, everywhere. And sometimes this possible moment in time and place for an accident, reflected in the chart of the event, happens to be sort of 'fed' by a possible object. Sometimes these moments are obvious (like Mars or Uranus angular), sometimes not (midpoint combinations with the MC, for example). When time (planet) and place (angles) come together to make a hard and difficult combination, there is always a risk. The chart of 14:45 Madrid (the moment of the crash) shows us Neptune tightly square the Ascendant.
The chart of the worst crash in Spain in 25 years shows:
1) a calling Mars (no aspects in sign) opposition Aries Point and
2)a calling Neptune in the 3rd house of transportation and communications, exactly square Ascendant. Another clue is
3) the degree of the Ascendant: 23rd of Scorpio (see below).
The chart and the event make me ask questions like: Is that all that it takes to have such an accident at that particular time and place? And what is a time for such an accident? Heaven may know. Accidents and death happen all the time and everywhere. This one shocked us, because so many people died at once. No one expected this, and nobody was warned. It is impossible to know beforehand.
When astrologers in old times said ‘des astres’, they did not mean that they could have predicted them. On the contrary! Astrologers can see the time (the planets positions) but we have to know the place as well and the conditions... It takes TWO things (a chart and circumstances) and that is why there is such a word as 'co-incidence'.
Here a plane with a defect started to fly at the wrong moment. If anyone could have prevented that, he/she would have done it. We could blame the combination of the moment in time, the place and the stars. But those three would not have worked, had the plane be in good condition. Until we are sure about that, we cannot blame anything or anyone and only be sad about the event itself. Once you enter a plane, you are subject to other persons'responsibilities and actions and to the charts of others, because there is little YOU can do to turn a plane. So yes, perhaps your fate sometimes is in the hand of unknown 'astres'...
Janduz says that it is a degree of disability and the picture that accompanies her words in the Zodiac Image Handbook of Koppejan is that of a farmer sowing against the wind (and I read somewhere that Barajas has a bad wind). The explanation of Janduz is that this degree belongs to 'going the wrong way', acting too late or against common sense.
About accidents and the book of C.E.O. Carter
In the files 2006, about the pitcher Liddle and his crash:
"11th October 2006, CORY LIDLE
The plane crash on 11th October 2006 happened to NY pitcher Cory Lidle (born 22nd March 1972 Hollywood) with the present position of Neptune on the ascendant of the moment of the accident (...)"
PS dated August 28:
I read that one of the engines of the airplane moved backwards instead of straight ahead and that the plane's tail hit the ground over 3 times: 'going the wrong way'.