Is it merely the election, or the opposition from Saturn to Uranus that is creating a backlash against the change that Obama and Uranus represent?

Incidents around the country referring to President-elect Barack Obama are dampening the postelection glow of racial progress and harmony, highlighting the stubborn racism that remains in America.

From California to Maine, police have documented a range of alleged crimes, from vandalism and vague threats to at least one physical attack. Insults and taunts have been delivered by adults, college students and second-graders.

There have been “hundreds” of incidents since the election, many more than usual, said Mark Potok, director of the Intelligence Project at the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors hate crimes. …”

Potok, who is white, said he believes there is “a large subset of white people in this country who feel that they are losing everything they know, that the country their forefathers built has somehow been stolen from them.”

Grant Griffin, a 46-year-old white Georgia native, expressed similar sentiments: “I believe our nation is ruined and has been for several decades and the election of Obama is merely the culmination of the change.

“If you had real change it would involve all the members of (Obama’s) church being deported,” he said.

Change in whatever form does not come easy, and a black president is “the most profound change in the field of race this country has experienced since the Civil War,” said William Ferris, senior associate director of the Center for the Study of the American South at the University of North Carolina. “It’s shaking the foundations on which the country has existed for centuries.”

Transiting Pluto, planet of death and regeneration, began a square (challenging aspect) to the Midheaven (representing the government and official face of the country) of the US chart in the Spring of 2008, and the second phase of that cycle arrives just in time for Obama’s inauguration, and all of this coincides with Pluto’s entry into Capricorn which has its’ own change agenda. Saturn resists change and is conservative, and Uranus embraces not only change, but also humanitarianism and the ideal of justice for all.  The kind of narrow-minded racism that is evident here is Saturn at its worst, but it’s the death throes of an outmoded way of thinking that will not survive in this globalist age.

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