February 2024 Events

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February 2024 Events

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Feb 02, 2024 1:32 pm

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Clearwater deadly plane crash

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Feb 02, 2024 1:33 pm

February 1, 2024, 7:27 PM EST, Clearwater, FL , 27N57'00" 82W43'34''
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2024_Beec ... _V35_crash

Three people died in explosive fire when a small plane crashed into the Bayside Waters mobile home park south of Clearwater Mall. (Two deaths were of people on the ground; the other was the plane's pilot.) Four trailers caught fire (one with most of the crashed plane inside); the local fire department responded.

The pilot6 reported an engine failure just before the crash. Cause of the engine failure remains unknown.

The coordinates above are for Bayside Waters Lifestyle Manufactured, which appears to be the correct location (since it is just south of the Clearwater Mall) even though online pictures of this location don't show mobile homes. Their online addresses match.

Year: Capsolar {+1}
Pluto on MC 0°14'
Jupiter on EP-a 1°35'
Sun & Uranus more widely foreground
Moon-Neptune co 0°33' M
Moon-Mars sq 1°04' M
Moon-Venus sq 2°54'
NB: Jupiter-Eris co 0°29' M

Bridge {+2}
t Pluto co s MC 0°06'

Month: Caplunar (Dormant.)
Week: Liblunar (Dormant.) Moon-Mercury.

Week: Canlunar {+3}
Perfect: The Me/Pl midpoint exactly identifies the place.)
Moon on Asc 1°47'
Mercury on WP 1°32'
Mars & Pluto widely foreground
-- Mercury-Mars co 1°27' M
-- Me/Pl = Dsc 0°01'
-- Ma/Pl = Dsc 0°45'

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+2 / +2 = +2}
p Asc sq s Saturn 1°28'
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t Pluto co s MC 0°06'
t Sun sq s Asc 1°02'
t Moon sq s MC 1°39'

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits {-2}
p Asc sq t Jupiter 1°15'
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Mild Malibu earthquake (stronger one in Hawaii)

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Feb 09, 2024 1:59 pm

A few minutes ago I felt a mild earthquake shaking about 10 seconds and feeling like it ran west-to-east through our Koreatown apartment. It was a 4.6 quake in Malibu. Earlier today there was a 5.7 near Pahala, Hawaii. What's with the earthquake concentration, are they connected? Let's look.

February 9, 2024, 20:06:31 UT. Pahala, HI, 19N11'19'', 155W29'35''
February 9, 2024, 1:47:27 PM PST, Malibu, CA 34N04'16'', 118W54'23''

Today is the New Moon, which was partile (still applying) at the time of the Malibu quake, so tidal forces are up. Astrologically, the New Moon is square Uranus (Moon is still partile square Uranus but won't be at the time of exact syzygy). Mo = Su/Ur is 2'. Nothing exactly angular, but Neptune approaching MC, so over the next hour everyone around LA will be chattering about it.

Let's look at the Malibu quake first.

Year: Capsolar {+2}
(This wasn't a big event, and we have a broadly malefic (and typical Neptune) Capsolar for LA that makes me want to minimize the importance of this chart. Nonetheless, the 0°05' orb is impressive!)
Neptune on EP-a 0°05'
Moon on Asc 1°27'
Mercury & Saturn barely foreground
-- Moon-Neptune co 0°09' M
-- Saturn sq non-foreground Venus 0°52' M, negligible importance
Moon-Venus sq 2°54'

Bridge {+2}
t Neptune co Capsolar EP-a 0°33'
t Mars op Cansolar Moon 0°50'

Month: Caplunar {+1}
(It gets +1 because the Moon-Mars (square Eris) described the event while the benefics shows it was more entertainment than anything else. But mostly it's an unnecessary chart.)
Venus on IC 1°58'
-- Jupiter-Uranus co 2°07' PVP
Moon, Mars, & Pluto more widely foreground
Moon-Maea 0°41' M

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+2}
p Asc sq t Pluto 0°58', s Pluto 1°47'
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t Neptune co s EP-a 0°33'

Day: Cansolar Transits {+2}
The angles for the quake were essentially identical to those of the CanQ. The New Moon is right on the Cansolar IC!
t Mars op s Moon 0°50'
t Sun op s MC 1°01'
t Moon op s MC 1°43'
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Re: February 2024 Events

Post by SteveS » Fri Feb 09, 2024 2:41 pm

Smile that Saturn or Pluto was not in the mix!

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Re: Mild Malibu earthquake (stronger one in Hawaii)

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Feb 09, 2024 2:45 pm

Let's switch and look at the Hawaii quake, which was a more worrisome magnitude. Surprisingly, this is a much less intense connection, although the New Moon and some for of Uranus does keep popping in for these charts.
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February 9, 2024, 20:06:31 UT. Pahala, HI, 19N11'19'', 155W29'35''
Year: Capsolar (Dormant.) Moon-Venus Moon-Neptune.
Year: Cansolar (Dormant.) Moon-Sun Moon-Pluto.

Quarter: Libsolar {-1 or 0}
Jupiter on WP-a 1°08'
Mars more widely angular

Bridge {+1}
t Mars op Cansolar Moon 0°50'

Month: Caplunar (Dormant.) Moon-Mars.

Week: Liblunar {+2}
Uranus on WP-a 0°55'
Jupiter widely foreground
Moon-Mercury sq 0°34' M
Moon-Mars sq 2°43' M

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits {+1}
t Jupiter sq s MC 1°37'
t Sun sq s Asc 0°45'
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t Mars op s Moon 0°50'

Day: Capsolar Transits {?}
t Sun sq s MC 1°34'
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Re: February 2024 Events

Post by SteveS » Fri Feb 09, 2024 3:31 pm

There will be the new moon on February 9, 2024 which is a super new moon. This is closer to the earth than a normal new moon and is therefore particularly powerful.

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Re: February 2024 Events

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Feb 09, 2024 3:41 pm

SteveS wrote:
Fri Feb 09, 2024 3:31 pm
There will be the new moon on February 9, 2024 which is a super new moon. This is closer to the earth than a normal new moon and is therefore particularly powerful.
OIK, so tidal pull is higher :)

And FWIW it occurs just after sunset in Washington with Uranus exactly on MC.

The New Moon is at 25°56' Capricorn with Moon's apogee at 9°44' Leo. It's not that close to the perigee. But maybe it's the closest of the year.

It's occurred (about half an hour ago) near Midheaven for Hawaii - again, gravitational pull unusually strong.
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Re: February 2024 Events

Post by SteveS » Fri Feb 09, 2024 3:52 pm

Exactly Jim.

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Kansass City parade shooting

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Feb 15, 2024 7:21 am

February 14, 2024, about 2:00 PM, Kansas City, MO 39N05'01'', 94W35'10''
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2024_Kans ... e_shooting

Immediately after a Super Bowl victory parade near Union Station in Kansas City, with about 800,000 people in attendance, at least one shooter opened fire killing one person and injuring 22 others (including nine children). Three people have been detained by police.

The shooting occurred with Mars conjunct Pluto 0°17'. I had forecast violence connected to the Super Bowl three days earlier but concluded it wouldn't be at the game because Venus was on a quotidian angle for Las Vegas on game day.

Year: Capsolar {-1}
This shows the Super Bowl win quite well but des not reflect the current event. Even the locally precise Moon-Neptune conjunction doesn't distinguish this one event from the larger pattern. It's not -2 because the parade and celebration context fits Jupiter.
Jupiter on Asc 2°25'
Uranus barely foreground
-- Uranus sq non-foreground Sun 2°38'
Moon-Neptune co 0°02' M
Moon-Venus sq 2°54'

Bridge {+1}
t Uranus op Cansolar Asc

Month: Caplunar {+1}
Mercury on N 0°03'
Jupiter on Dsc 2°50'
Sun & Pluto barely foreground
-- Mercury-Pluto co 3°43'
-- Su/Pl on IC 0°35'
-- Sun square non-foreground Uranus 0°12'
Moon-Mars co 0°27' M

Week: Arilunar {+2}
There it is! The violence is obvious. Though the angularity could fit the parade alone, it shows surprises, while Moon's aspects (narrowed to the location) describe the event that occurred the same day. Notice how the chart seems intent more on making commotion and disrupting things, and not on killing or damaging people per se.
Uranus on Dsc 1°17'
Sun on IC 2°41'
Jupiter barely foreground
Moon-Pluto 1°02' M
Moon-Mars sq 1°58' M
Moon-Venus sq 1°58'

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+1 / 0 = +1}
p MC sq t Uranus 1°19', s Uranus 1°13'
-- t Uranus co s Uranus 0°06'
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t Moon co s Asc 0°26'

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits {0 / +1 = +1 at most}
t Moon sq p Moon 0°09'
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t Uranus op s Asc 1°18'
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