2008 Georgia Sugar plant explosion

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2008 Georgia Sugar plant explosion

Post by Veronica » Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:49 pm

I was looking into sugar today and came across this accident.

14 people died when fine sugar dust exploded. Terrible stuff can happen when the wrong elements mix.

Amazing chart. Looked like vampire teeth to me when I first saw it and wondered if maybe there is a deeper meaning to the term "sweet tooth"

I was espicially struck by the sweet closeness of venus and jupiter

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Ge ... _explosion

Feb. 7 2008 Port Wentworth Ga. 7pm

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Re: 2008 Georgia Sugar plant explosion

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:56 pm

Veronica wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:49 pm
February 7, 2008, 7:00 PM, Port Wentworth, GA
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Ge ... _explosion
Thanks. Reminds me of the Great Mollases Flood. Let's take a look at what the charts say. The explosion occurred just after Moon set and just before Saturn rose. The charts overall are heavily Mars-driven with a Uranus back, so they look pretty much like a classic explosion.

Year: Capsolar {+2}
Mars on IC 0°08'
Uranus on Asc 3°12'
Pluto & Saturn more widely foreground
-- Saturn-Uranus op. 3°53' in mundo
Moon-Sun sq. 2°20'

ASIDE: The Cansolar isn't necessary, though it remains a valid chart. It's worth noting that it has all three malefics angular: Mars +1°22' on Dsc, Saturn 01°98' on MC, Neptune +2°01' on IC. Mundane Mars-Neptune sq. 0°39', ecliptical 2°51' Saturn-Neptune op.

t Neptune conj. Cansolar IC 0°52'
t Mars conj. Capsolar IC 0°57'

Month: Caplunar (Dormant.)

Week: Liblunar {+1}
Sun sq. MC 0°14'
Neptune more widely foreground

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+1/+2 = +2}
p MC conj. t Venus 1°22'
p Asc sq. s Sun 1°41'
t Mars conj. s IC 0°57'

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
p MC conj. t Uranus 0°34', s Uranus 0°54'
p Asc conj. s Mercury 1°07'
t Neptune conj. s IC 0°52'
t Sun sq. s Asc 1°23'
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Re: 2008 Georgia Sugar plant explosion

Post by Veronica » Thu Aug 23, 2018 1:00 pm

Thats what I thought of too!! But this one is loaded with Mars! The moon is angluar on the des. Which felt pretty sad to see.

I think this is a very peculiar accident.
It could have been avoided the article said.
The fire started deep below in the lower sublevels.

I believe it exploded after a build up of friction combined with the chemical kreotin that had been used to treat the old wood floors broke down and the microscopic sugar dust particles mixed in the air with the hot friction from the breaking down of the wood.

I stumbled upon this accident when I was looking into what exactly the chemical compostion of sugar was.
Its c12h22o11.

I was struck by the fact that the chart seems in a very wierd way to actually be a fair representation of the chemical elrments that were there combining in the environment.

With pluto at 5 degrees aspecting up to mars at 29, which then aspects down five times to the 6th house, I can see how mars could be a represention of the cataclysm of the wrong sequencing of the H molecules, the blending of 2 12s. It is just very odd that the degrees 11, 12 and 22 were represented, when that was what made me look up sugar in the first place.

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