Haiti earthquakes

The Geodetics of Astrometerology

Ever since I took a workshop on Geodetics I have been fascinated by the idea that every part of the world has its own astrological signature that affects the lives of the people that live in that locality.  I hope some day to be able to discuss this idea with some degree of knowledge, but for now I’ll let Kathryn do the talking. She has a new article linking the Haitian earthquake and storms in Madeira with the Geodetics concepts.  It’s a fascinating read!

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What you are looking at here is a map of the world divided into equal 30 degree sections of the 12 signs of the zodiac, centered on the Greenwich Meridian i.e. 0 degrees E/W or 0 degrees of the sign, Aries.

These are purely symbolic divisions as, quite obviously, when looking at any sphere or circle there is no beginning and no end point. However, since the Prime Meridian line was finally fixed to Greenwich (at one time there were many ‘start’ lines, two of these famously passed through Paris and in Washington DC) astrologers have noticed an uncanny correspondence between the position of transiting planets and these divisions – more specifically the position of the Sun and the faster moving planets, Venus or Mercury, although other correspondences can be noticed.

In astrology, when the Sun is in a house division it symbolically ‘shines a spotlight’ on issues relating to that division. The same appears to apply when we look at these symbolic divisions of the world on a map. As Above , So below; As within, So without; As in chart divisions, So on land divisions!

What is noted is that when the Sun enters one section, countries, or a country, located in that section will often hit the news headlines.

For example on 20th Feb 2010 the island […]

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By |2018-07-15T09:56:05-04:00March 4th, 2010|Astrology|Comments Off on The Geodetics of Astrometerology

The Saturn/Pluto square approacheth

The square from Saturn to Pluto is one of the more challenging planetary dynamics due to the bad rep both planets have for being the Lord of Karma (Saturn) and the Lord of Death (Pluto).  Saturn used to be the Lord of Death until Pluto came along, so you can see that these are not the most warm and fuzzy planets to encounter, especially when they are in the challenging square, or 90 degree, aspect to each other.  You may want to read my earlier article for more information on this planetary dynamic.

The first phase of the current Saturn/Pluto cycle occurred back in mid-November with relatively benign effect, considering the fact that the opening square of the cycle in 1993 coincided with the Oklahoma City bombing, and the opposition cycle in 2001 brought us September 11.  But this second phase which culminates on January 31st has been rather more severe, with a devastating earthquake in Haiti that occurred when Saturn and Pluto were less than one degree from their exact square followed by a second earthquake of 5.9 magnitude on January 20th as the square from Saturn to Pluto tightened to a half degree.  More on the Haiti earthquake here and here.

Earthquakes and earth changes have long been expected during Pluto’s passage through Capricorn, the sign the governs the structure and foundation upon which we build our world, especially when Uranus, planet of breaking up the status quo, begins to challenge Pluto in a square.  But the earthquake in Haiti has done more than create devastation; it has forced us as a global people to examine the roots of poverty and political oppression that have turned Haiti into such a tragic nation.

Saturn and Pluto aren’t vengeful gods like Jehovah – they just […]

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By |2010-01-27T09:22:29-05:00January 27th, 2010|Planetary cycles|1 Comment
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