Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

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Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Aug 27, 2018 8:14 pm

August 5, 1963, 3:35 PM, Moscow
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Partial_N ... Ban_Treaty

Today this is called the Partial Test Ban Treaty, or PTBT, apparently because France and China were not party to it. At the time and for long while after, perhaps for political effect, it was usually called "the nuclear test ban treaty." The date and city of its signing are well documented. Edward Lyndoe provided a time from sources available to him when it happened.

The USA, USSR, and UK signed it and, at the time, it was the most significant agreement of constraint in the nuclear age. Note that this fell less than a year after the Cuban Missile Crisis and less that four months before President Kennedy's murder. Though imperfect in its consequences, it did correspond to well-documented and acute drops in radioactive particles in Earth's atmosphere (see the illustration at the Wikipedia page above).

I'd like to examine this signing as a mundane event. Usually for diplomatic successes we see Jupiter, especially in the lunar ingresses. The primary measurement would be where it was signed, though there may be separate chart patterns for the three governments' capitals.

Lyndoe gave 15:35 LT - Local Time, the time in use at the place and time - and in Moscow at the time this meant BAT, 3 hours ahead of GMT. However, the chart he gives is for an hour later. I'm going to trust the time he gave more than the chart he gave and, furthermore, the time of day isn't all that important for our purposes (though we might as well calculate for an actual time if we have one).

If the time is correct, the chart is of small consequence. Other than occurring at a Full Moon square Neptune (!), it doesn't have much to say at all. In the charts that follow, there is no Jupiter of the kind we expected, though there is a surprising amount of Venus - including Venus with Mercury - which brings the appearance of real peace.

Year: Capsolar
Venus on Asc 3°58'
Uranus widely angular

Moon-Pluto conj. 3°05' in mundo

This chart is technically dormant, but I couldn't resist mentioning that Venus ecliptically is 0°01' from Ascendant! Now, there's a lot of evidence that such an ecliptical conjunction is of no important but, still, I couldn't resist mentioning it. (In fact, failing to mention it would have been suppressing evidence.)

Bridge
CanQ Moon-Pluto sq. 0°51'
t Pluto sq. CanQ Moon 0°18'
t Pluto sq. Cansolar Moon 0°26'
t Saturn sq. Cansolar Asc 0°33'

Year/Quarter: Cansolar
Pluto on MC 2°15'
Neptune widely foreground
Moon-Pluto conj. 0°06'

Month/Week: Caplunar
Venus on Asc 0°54'
Mars on IC 4°02'
Moon & Sun widely foreground
[Sun sq. non-ang Neptune 1°58']

Day: Capsolar Quotidian {+2}
(Venus on Mercury, Saturn on Mars: This probably indeed tells the real truth of the day.)
p MC sq. p Mercury 0°39', s Mercury 1°46', t Venus 1°59'
-- t Venus op. p Mercury 0°38', s Mercury 0°13'
p Asc conj. s Mars 0°56', op. t Saturn 0°55'

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
p Moon-Pluto sq. 0°51'
t Pluto sq. p Moon 0°18'
p MC conj. t Mars 1°21'
p Asc sq. s Uranus 0°40', t Uranus 1°44', t Mercury 0°59'
-- t Mercury-Uranus conj. 0°45'
-- t Mercury conj. s Uranus 0°19'
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t Pluto sq. s Moon 0°26'
t Saturn sq. s Asc 0°33'


Experimentally...
Capsolar PSSI (Nothing.)
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Re: Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Aug 27, 2018 8:55 pm

I recalculate for Washington, DC to see if there is a discernible "event" for the United States. In contrast to Moscow, this does not look peaceful - it looks more like an act of war.

Year: Capsolar (Dormant.)
(These, of course, are also the Capsolar and Cansolar of JFK's murder.)

Bridge
CanQ Moon-Pluto sq. 0°51'
t Pluto sq. CanQ Moon 0°18'
t Pluto sq. Cansolar Moon 0°26'

Year/Quarter: Cansolar
Saturn sq. MC 1°22'
Uranus & Pluto are more widely angular
-- Uranus-Pluto conj. 3°09' in mundo
-- Sa/Pl on horizon 0°20'
Moon-Pluto conj. 0°06'

Month/Week: Caplunar
Saturn on Asc 0°50'
Uranus on WP 1°18'
Pluto sq. MC 1°35' [conj. non-ang Mars 0°28']
Sun & Mercury more widely angular [Sun sq. non-ang Neptune 1°58']
-- Mercury-Uranus conj. 1°20' in mundo
-- Sun-Mercury conj. 3°54' in mundo
-- Su/Ur on Dsc 0°53'

Day: Capsolar Quotidian {+2}
p MC sq. t Mars 0°33'

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
p Moon-Pluto sq. 0°51'
t Pluto sq. p Moon 0°18'
p MC conj. p Moon 0°14', sq. s Pluto 0°37', sq. t Pluto 0°04'
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t Pluto sq. s Moon 0°26'
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