Solar Arc Directions

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Re: Solar Arc Directions

Post by Veronica » Sun Aug 09, 2020 8:41 am

JSAD I hope you are giving your body extra nutrients to heal as well!! Im sorry you broke your toe. Im sure you know this, but mind your balance so you dont trip/slip/fall while your healing.

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Post by SteveS » Fri Jan 15, 2021 5:19 am

Trump is experiencing a once in a lifetime hit of a Saturn-Neptune Solar Arc hit with arc Saturn partile conjunct his Natal Neptune, 0,41. It will be exact later in 2021. Donald Bradley who I consider one of the finest Sidereal Astrologers wrote this about Saturn-Neptune combos:
Saturn-Neptune: A real throne-toppler, this. Among its paramount keywords is “removal,” for Saturn-Neptune surely takes first prize for forcing resignations, abdications, exiles, deportations, and firings from jobs. Saturn-Neptune is a key-producer of neurotic symptoms.
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Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Jan 15, 2021 7:17 am

Thanks, I'd stopped watching these for him (and it just came into orb abut the time of election). This adds to the picture of a truly terrible year he is going to have. I remembered Pluto-Asc for the election.

He has quite a few solar arcs within orb at the moment. It's worth listing them chronologically, remembering that these all move about 0°05'/month.

-0°31' d Neptune op. r Uranus
-0°43' d Uranus conj. r Asc
-0°40' d Saturn conj. r Neptune
-0°59' d Mercury sq. r Moon

The Neptune-Uranus is interesting because he's under the transit. In fact, Inauguration Day by transit there are four aspects within 0°00' orb that have been building and reach a true climax at all once:

t Pluto opposite r Saturn 0°00'
t Saturn-Neptune semi-square 0°00'
t Neptune square r Uranus 0°00'
t Saturn semi-square r Uranus 0°00'

For a year or so I've thought this would simply mark his removal from office. However, it's possible his Senate trial will start nearly the same day rather than be delayed. This is in no sense the worst part of the year for him - with transits peaking the first week of May and then the worst solar return I've ever seen him have mid-June.
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Re: Solar Arc Directions

Post by SteveS » Fri Jan 15, 2021 11:19 am

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However, it's possible his Senate trial will start nearly the same day rather than be delayed.
Jim, are you saying an impeachment trial with conviction by the Senate can continue and culminate long after Inauguration Day 2021????

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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Fri Jan 15, 2021 11:35 am

That's what he's saying. The Impeachment is the same as any indictment. The trial has to come after that. Mitch McConnell is blocking the trial till the 19th, when the only thing that could happen is the House sends the papers to the Senate. Next day is the inauguration, and the Senate is taken over by the Democrats. I don't know what the statue of limitations is, or if there even is one. But I'm sure that's not going to be a problem.

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Post by SteveS » Fri Jan 15, 2021 12:03 pm

Thanks JSAD. Will it take 60 votes in the Senate to convict?

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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Fri Jan 15, 2021 12:11 pm

If the full senate is in attendence. It takes 60% of the Senators who are in attendance and are able to vote. So if there are a full 100 senators, it'll take 60 to convict, but if only 50 come to the party, 30 will have to vote to convict.

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Jan 15, 2021 12:15 pm

SteveS wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 11:19 am
Jim wrote:
However, it's possible his Senate trial will start nearly the same day rather than be delayed.
Jim, are you saying an impeachment trial with conviction by the Senate can continue and culminate long after Inauguration Day 2021????
Yes. Nothing starts until Speaker Pelosi forwards the impeachment to the Senate and there is no limit on when she can do that.

I suppose there is a two-year limit because the current (117th) Congress expires January 3, 2023. But people are going to want this to happen while folks are still mad.

Small correction to what JSAD wrote, it takes two-thirds - essentially 67%. If All Senators are in attendance, and all 50 Democrats vote to convict, 17 Republicans will also have to vote to convict. But, as she said (to give a different example), if 25 Republicans don't attend then, of the 75 remaining, only 50 - the number of Democrats in the Senate - would be required.
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Post by SteveS » Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:27 pm

Very interesting Jim. What do you feel like would happen in this Country under the symbolism of the Capsolar if Trump was convicted?

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Very interesting Jim. What do you feel like would happen in this Country under the symbolism of the Capsolar if Trump was convicted?
Nothing different than if he isn't. For example, there will be civil violence and intensified hatred from people feeling shamed and diminished either way.
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Post by SteveS » Fri Jan 15, 2021 3:10 pm

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Yes. Nothing starts until Speaker Pelosi forwards the impeachment to the Senate and there is no limit on when she can do that.
Jim, maybe she waits till after inauguration---then I see no reason she would not pass it on to the Senate now that the Dems have Senate Control to get it to trial in the Senate. Your thoughts on this matter?

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Jan 15, 2021 3:17 pm

SteveS wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 3:10 pm
Jim wrote:
Yes. Nothing starts until Speaker Pelosi forwards the impeachment to the Senate and there is no limit on when she can do that.
Jim, maybe she waits till after inauguration---then I see no reason she would not pass it on to the Senate now that the Dems have Senate Control to get it to trial in the Senate. Your thoughts on this matter?
The serious concern is that it will eat up the Senate's attention at a critical point in the launch of the Biden administration.

Biden wants to have his appointees confirmed ASAP to start getting every agency working on problems ASAP - this is entirely a Senate matter. He wants to get a relief bill out within a few days. He has other priorities resembling the way Roosevelt hit the ground running in the first 100 days of his first term.

The trial could take several weeks - three to six weeks at least, based on history - and could absorb the entire attention of the Senate. It is clear from the Senate rules that once the Senate begins sitting in hearing of the impeachment matter on any given day, it cannot act on any other matter on that day; and it's required to continue meeting six days each week (Sunday excluded).

Biden and McConnell are seeking a ruling by the Senate parliamentarian that the Senate is permitted to meet on other matters before noon each day, then convene at noon for the hearing. If this happens, they'll go on with the trial soon (after time to prepare the case the way they want etc.). Otherwise, they'll be hard pressed to do that - and may only convene the trial when other priority business is accomplished.

I'm betting they work out something with the parliamentarian.

PS - Trump doesn't have a terrible SLR or Demi for Washington until the slew of charts in April.
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Post by SteveS » Fri Jan 15, 2021 3:42 pm

Jim wrote:
The serious concern is that it will eat up the Senate's attention at a critical point in the launch of the Biden administration.
Makes a-lot of common sense.
Jim wrote:
Trump doesn't have a terrible SLR or Demi for Washington until the slew of charts in April.
Good point, but if there is a trial going on in the Senate after Trump’s 2021 SSR….

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Jan 15, 2021 3:57 pm

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Trump doesn't have a terrible SLR or Demi for Washington until the slew of charts in April.
Good point, but if there is a trial going on in the Senate after Trump’s 2021 SSR….
Unless it happens more or less right away, I think April is when it lands hard on him - peaking in the first week of May. Then, after his birthday, I think the criminal complaints start hitting. (Remember, the Senate isn't deciding any criminal matter.) This seems likely especially because the worst single spot for his SSR is NYC where the state and local law enforcement (as well as Federal prosecutors) are zeroing in on him personally and his business.
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Post by SteveS » Fri Jan 15, 2021 4:07 pm

Jim wrote:
(Remember, the Senate isn't deciding any criminal matter.)
I don't know anything pertaining to these matters with a senate trial.

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Re: Solar Arc Directions

Post by SteveS » Sat Feb 13, 2021 9:25 am

I am experiencing a once in lifetime angular Solar Arc hit of:
d. MC 19,36 Lib
r. Pl 20,13 Can
Fagan and many other astrologers classified major Pluto cycles as having to do with life crises. Here is what has and is happening to me with this once in a lifetime angular (90) Solar Arc Pluto hit. Late summer and early autumn 2020, I had two minor accidents working in the yard creating lower back problems. This minor accident happened when t Saturn and Pluto was partile 180 my n. Mars. My back problem has now turned chronic and I am nearing the end Physical Therapy with little results.
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Diagnosis: Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction (left side).
My normal everyday motion has become severely limited without experiencing sciatic pain. Sitting causes severe pain, can’t sit for longer distances than 10-20 miles in any car without experiencing severe pain. But, I can easily walk 3 miles without experiencing any pain so this “crises” could be much worse. At times, I experience pain sleeping rolling from side to side. The only way I can even begin to start my normal daily motions in the mornings after pulling myself out of bed is 30 minutes of stretching exercises. Now I clearly understand why cats stretch their legs and bodies after sleeping for long periods.

I am soon headed for an MRI in order to see if robotic surgery can correct. I have talked with my Librarian who had sciatic nerve problems with the exact same symptoms as mine and robotic surgery cured the pain problems. I refuse to take pain meds but fear if I will ever be able to drive my car again normally (love road trips), I will have to take pain meds. Don’t want to get strung out on pain meds.

Natal House Placements for this angular Solar Arc hit: Pluto 9th House, Directed MC 12th House. Definitely experiencing all kinds of “confinement” symbolism of 12th House.

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Post by Veronica » Sun Feb 14, 2021 5:58 am

I'm so sorry to hear this Steve but I'm glad you can walk and stretch. My ex husband had a similar issue and surgery helped for the short term but his long term bad habits caused other inflammatory issues. My father as well has crippling back pain and finds relief from steroid injections. I hope that you find relief soon.

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Post by Danica » Sun Feb 14, 2021 10:09 pm

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Sat Feb 13, 2021 9:25 am
Don’t want to get strung out on pain meds.
Yep. -- and this is so Su-Ur, Ma-Ju to say :)

For the temporary solution for the car, the memory foam cushions - the ones particularly made for car seats - I've been finding very useful.
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Post by SteveS » Thu Feb 18, 2021 6:52 am

Thanks for the thought Danica, but I already tried cushions without any help. I have talked to two other elderly people who had the same back problem I had and could not sit down without severe pain. Both opted for robotic surgery which completely cured their pain problems. I am in the process trying to get scheduled for a MRI with report sent to same surgeon who performs the robotic surgery to determine if it will cure my pain problems with my back. I will post with any new developments, but am pretty sure this major life development with my bad back is cycling with this d MC 90 r Pl which has been developing slowly over many months into a chronic condition. No help from 6 wks of Physical Therapy. :(

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Post by SteveS » Thu Feb 18, 2021 2:57 pm

MRI has been delayed until Mar 3rd which will determine if I remain a cripple for the rest of my time. After Neurologist reviews MRI he will make an app with me to discuss the MRI. Facebook helped me find other seniors who had the same symptoms as me which only robotic surgery cured. New Technology is fascinating!

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Feb 18, 2021 3:06 pm

SteveS wrote:
Thu Feb 18, 2021 2:57 pm
MRI has been delayed until Mar 3rd which will determine if I remain a cripple for the rest of my time. After Neurologist reviews MRI he will make an app with me to discuss the MRI. Facebook helped me find other seniors who had the same symptoms as me which only robotic surgery cured. New Technology is fascinating!
I hope this goes really well for you. (Obviously!)

Will you know the outcome right on the spot, or need to wait a couple of days for a radiologist to look at things? On 3/3 your SNQ has transiting Saturn on Dsc and a progressed Moon-Pluto conjunction. -- If things wait a few days, your 3/5 SLR has a Mercury-Jupiter conjunction on MC and your Moon setting square Venus exactly.
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Post by SteveS » Thu Feb 18, 2021 3:20 pm

Jim wrote:
If things wait a few days, your 3/5 SLR has a Mercury-Jupiter conjunction on MC and your Moon setting square Venus exactly.
8-), thanks a-lot for pointing this out to me, gets my hopes sky high after enduring all of this for months. All I know is what the Neurologist office told me. The process is I first get a MRI and give the MRI people the Neurologist Fax #. Then I will be contacted by Neurologist office for an appointment with the Robotic Doc, regardless of what MRI shows. I have been told my another senior that Robotic surgery on lower spine problems is doing wonders for seniors with lower back issues. If I am not a candidate for robotic surgery, I can at least take long lasting pain shots (3 months).

Jim, did t Pl cnj your r Mars time your recent 2020 eye problems/issues?

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Jim, did t Pl cnj your r Mars time your recent 2020 eye problems/issues?
No, they'd been going on for longer than that and none of the exact passes or angularities matched any key dates. (Aside from which there is no particular symbolic match for them.)

In fact, I really don't know what Pluto to my Mars has done. It has seemed absolutely inconsequential. I haven't written about that because I don't want to invite it to revisit. Health problems in general (and especially anything that could be related to Pluto to Mars in Sagittarius) have reduced.
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Post by SteveS » Thu Feb 18, 2021 3:56 pm

I understand Jim. It was really weird how t. Pluto to my Mars got to me physically. I injured my lower back but 3 chiropractor visits corrected my problem. Then I injured another part of my lower back which seemed like no big deal at the time of injury. Then slowly my lower back problem became chronic as a major life development which virtually put me in a serious state of confinement. I am hoping the new technology of robotic surgery will get me back to normal, if not, I am going to have to make some serious life adjustments which I know you understand with what you have gone through with your eye problems.

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Feb 18, 2021 4:03 pm

My usual formula for Mars-Pluto health considerations are: Cell inflammation. Catabolic processes. Accelerated energy generation. Stress or strain injuries (hypertension?). – Radical healing approaches (cell regeneration or cell damage). – May be a key to some forms of cancer. (Tropical astrologers would be fast to add proctological issues, so let's put that on the list as well.)

During this time, my blood pressure has come under control and remain stable within excellent range, my reduced heart output has returned to normal and stayed there, my colonoscopy was fine, my urologist is happy, my cardiologist is happy. And if we add Sagittarius bronchial stuff, my inflammation-fed bronchial issues are much better contained. So... not much, eh?

I'm sure my ketogenic diet during this whole time has helped most of these because it has kept inflammation very low.
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