Sunday, July 17, 2016

Turbulent days with Mars inconjunct Uranus

Boris Johnson was appointed as Foreign Secretary and booed in the European parliament, the place where they don’t like jokes about themselves. I would have loved to see him shake hands with one of the once upon a time offended PM. Just see the color horoscope on It says that he is easily hurt, even though he has a stubborn strong character. Do I see Eris on the horizon? She is perfectly prominent in the chart of the man who knows how to start a fire. The ‘calling’ (=not narrowly aspected) Mercury points at the tendency to use words and for being the messenger in the 9th house of foreign affairs. Mercury rules the 9th house and is in the 9th. He seems to be born for it! Even his natal Sun is in the right sign for messages (Gemini) and in the 9th for ‘abroad’.

His Ascendant receives a transit of Neptune (inconjunct) for uncertain times and a lot of negative responses.
Transit Jupiter square his important Mercury and inconjunct natal Pholus mirror a turning point #plans and ideas.

How about Theresa May, the new PM. When I first saw her on TV I said that she might be fit for that job. Maybe it is her ‘royal’ Moon in Leo? Or could it be Sun/Moon midpoint conjunct Jupiter (increasing the motivation)? I tried a chart for 6 a.m. and it looks like this:

With Sun and Venus opposition Eris she might see a lot of jealousy. I like the Pholus opposition Midheaven aspect (for the turning point in her career) and I am curious about the narrow Saturn square Pluto. What difficulties will she meet and what attitude will come back like a boomerang? She started to fire members of the earlier government…

It was also the week of Nice. Everywhere when people come together to have fun, the less funy side of Islam comes to end it. The attack at 22h23 local time was with Mars conjunct Moon, both exactly inconjunct Uranus and Eris. The message in the chart was that there could be terror, accidents and war. Just see the examples on this site and on Astromarkt.
The combination of Mars and Uranus is that of the quick result and the short fuse and the fighters for freedom (in their own eyes perhaps). It is not fate that does it, however. It is what a person’s community and situation does with such an aspect combination. Instead of using it for terror acts, it could be used to drive hard and fast (and risk accidents). In the chart of the terror act of Nice, the Ascendant is in Aquarius, Uranus is ruler 1 and Uranus is connecting Sun and Mars.
Here is the chart:

Then came the coup in Turkey, exactly with a combination of Sun, Mars and Uranus in aspect. Any inconjunct or quincunx points at a wrong moment for something (in this case for rebellion). Here you see the chart:

I hope for a better week coming and wish you all safety, freedom and nice persons around you.

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Saturday, July 2, 2016

A battle and an Oscar winning star at July 1, 1916

With Uranus so close at the possible degrees of the UK Ascendant, Jessica Adams expected a Brexit (see the interesting article at http:/ ) and she was right. Uranus, however, comes with surprises. Maybe that is why millions of young Brittons demonstrated their wish to Bremain, why Boris Johnson suddenly decided not to be a candidate for the job of Prime Minister, and why Farrage told the people that he didn’t mean exactly what he said. On June 25 I tweeted that there is a chance that Uranus could turn the switch off again, as it is Uranus. Any way, don’t expect orderly processes with Uranus involved.

On the first of July 1916 the Battle at the Somme (a river in France) took the lives of thousands (and in the end even 1 million) of young soldiers. They fought in the mudd. May I recommend this movie just to make you feel the atmosphere? It is├žailles 

Here is the chart of the hour of the battle starting. Watch Uranus.

You immediately see the Yod on the horizon with Uranus in the 8th house of life and death inconjunct the Moon conjunct Saturn in 12. The houses are not pleasant and neither is the inconjunct. Saturn inconjunct Uranus points at blokkades and limited freedom. Mars-Uranus combinations warn for the risk of getting hurt or wounded. The Ascendant in Cancer with Moon in 12 shows a tendency of sacrifices.
That is what you see when you look at this chart as the chart of a battle.

On July 1916 Olivia de Havilland was born and she is still alive. There aren’s episodes of wounds in her life. Perhaps she had beauty surgery, I don’t know, but apparently she is OK.

The same characteristics that don’t favor an attack, helped her in her carreer: stubborness and ambition. She married twice and divorced twice. Now let’s see in what way her chart and the chart of the Somme are different.

Her’s has Ruler 1 in 9 conjunct MC (that is usually a positive sign).
The Ruler 1 of the Battle was Moon in 12, remember?

Lots of astrologers feel that the 5th and 9th are lucky houses (like the one’s Mrs de Havilland has) and 8 and 12 are the houses that you won’t want to live inJ

It is so clear that you immediately see the differences between the chart of the Battle and that of Mrs de Havilland, who won Oscars.

Every chart has to be seen in the light of the circumstances. To start a battle with Neptune in the first house and so many inconjuncts and placements in 12 and an Apex in 8 is not recommended. It was one of the most bloody battles ever for both sides. The beautiful movie star had better placements and of course a better start than in a muddy field with 50% chance to loose your life. Still I wonder in what way the Yod manifested in her life. Anyone? I guess that nobody would have expected that the battle would take so many lives and that nobody would have thought that Mrs de Havilland would be such a star. That is what Uranus does: surprise and shock you.

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