"Good" events.

Analyses of distinct mundane events, using the methods of Sidereal mundane astrology
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"Good" events.

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Thu May 11, 2017 10:40 pm

Posted Wed Apr 12, 2017 1:24 am by Jupiter Sets At Dawn
"Good" events which may be useful to add to SMA.

Established near Weimar, Germany, in July, 1937, part of the US Third Army, under the command of Captain Frederic Keffer, arrived at Buchenwald on April 11, 1945 at 3:15 p.m. Later the same day, parts of the US 83rd Infantry Division overran Langenstein, a smaller camp in the Buchenwald complex, liberating 21,000 prisoners.

On On April 8 at noon, several Polish prisoners who had built a short wave radio used Morse Code to send a message in English, German and Russian asking "the army of General Patton" for help. The message was repeated several times. Three minutes after they finished, they got a response from the 3rd Army telling them to hold on, they were on the way. At that point, some of the prisoners stormed the guards that were left and took over the main camp.
Wikipedia article on Buchenwald.

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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Thu May 11, 2017 10:41 pm

Posted Sat Apr 15, 2017 1:57 pm by Jim Eshelman
Thanks :) Let's take a look. (I'm not sure how to add them to the book until we get enough in a common category, but that's all the more reason to appreciate the example, and to dig into it here. Maybe this "Good" thread could begin accumulating them.)

You have included a couple of distinct events here. I'm curious how much we can distinguish them as separate events.

Buchenwald concentration camp, near Weimar, is 51N01'20", 11E14'53".

Polish prisoners began broadcasting call for help
(This is a great event, as detailed in the article linked. One prisoner fainted when they got the U.S. Army's response. Communist prisoners stormed the watchtowers and killed all remaining guards.)
April 8, 1945, noon

U.S. Army arrived at Buchenwald as liberators
(They were greeted by the celebrating, victorious inmates.)
April 11, 1945, 3:15 PM

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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Thu May 11, 2017 10:42 pm

Posted Sat Apr 15, 2017 2:12 pm by Jim Eshelman
Buchenwald prisoner broadcast & takeover
(This is a great event, as detailed in the article linked. One prisoner fainted when they got the U.S. Army's response. Communist prisoners stormed the watchtowers and killed all remaining guards.)
April 8, 1945, noon, Buchenwald, 51N01'20", 11E14'53".

Year: Capsolar (Dormant.) Moon-Sun conj. (3°35').

Year: Cansolar
(It was a long time from the Cansolar to the liberation; but the main message of the chart was clearly liberation! Other camps were liberated in the same general area.)
Uranus on Dsc (-1°21')
Moon on Dsc (+1°32')
-- Moon-Uranus conj. (0°35')
-- Mo/Ur on Dsc (0°06')
Neptune on MC (9°03')

Additionally, Sun's azimuth is 270°25', putting it due east - right on the prime vertical. For comparison to setting planets, Moon's altitude is -1°18', Uranus' altitude is +1°06', Sun's PV amplitude -0°22'. making a Sun-Moon mundane square of about 1° and a Sun-Uranus mundane square of probably les than 1 1/2°.

Bridge
t. Uranus op. Cansolar Asc 11/16-5/10
t. Mars on Cansolar angles 12/6-12, 1/13-1/20, 4/4-9

Quarter: Libsolar
(Flow-through Quarter chart, given Capsolar's dormancy.)
Moon on MC (1°18')
Mars on MC (7°14')
Saturn on Dsc (8°45')
Sun on MC (9°58')
-- Mars-Saturn sq. (1°31' in mundo)
Moon-Sun conj. (2°39')

Additionally, Pluto's azimuth was 272°41', which means it squared Moon within 1°40' in azimuth (a mundane aspect between meridian circle and prime vertical).

Month: Caplunar
(Here is the insane-mob celebration, but also profound tragedy!)
Neptune on IC (0°31')
Pluto on Asc (2°30')
-- Neptune-Pluto sq. (1°59' in mundo)
Venus sq. Asc (1°06')
Saturn on EP (1°37')
Mercury sq. Asc (2°07')
Moon on Dsc (5°24')
-- Saturn-Neptune sq. (0°01')
-- Mercury-Venus conj. (0°23' in mundo)

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits
p. MC conj. t. Mercury (0°39') [Communication sent & received!]
p. EP op. s. Sun (1°45')
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t. Venus conj. s. Asc (1°45')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
p. EP conj. s. Neptune (0°13')
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t. Uranus op. s. Asc (0°25')
t. Mars sq. s. Asc (1°17')
-- Mars-Uranus sq. (0°52')


SUMMARY

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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Thu May 11, 2017 10:43 pm

Posted Sat Apr 15, 2017 2:51 pm by Jim Eshelman
U.S. Army arrived at Buchenwald as liberators
April 11, 1945, 3:15 PM, Buchenwald, 51N01'20", 11E14'53".

Year: Capsolar (Dormant.) Moon-Sun conj. (3°35').

Year: Cansolar
(It was a long time from the Cansolar to the liberation; but the main message of the chart was clearly liberation! Other camps were liberated in the same general area.)
Uranus on Dsc (-1°21')
Moon on Dsc (+1°32')
-- Moon-Uranus conj. (0°35')
-- Mo/Ur on Dsc (0°06')
Neptune on MC (9°03')

Additionally, Sun's azimuth is 270°25', putting it due east - right on the prime vertical. For comparison to setting planets, Moon's altitude is -1°18', Uranus' altitude is +1°06', Sun's PV amplitude -0°22'. making a Sun-Moon mundane square of about 1° and a Sun-Uranus mundane square of probably les than 1 1/2°.

Bridge
t. Uranus op. Cansolar Asc 11/16-5/10

Quarter: Libsolar
(Flow-through Quarter chart, given Capsolar's dormancy.)
Moon on MC (1°18')
Mars on MC (7°14')
Saturn on Dsc (8°45')
Sun on MC (9°58')
-- Mars-Saturn sq. (1°31' in mundo)
Moon-Sun conj. (2°39')

Additionally, Pluto's azimuth was 272°41', which means it squared Moon within 1°40' in azimuth (a mundane aspect between meridian circle and prime vertical).

Month: Caplunar
(Here is the insane-mob celebration, but also profound tragedy!)
Neptune on IC (0°31')
Pluto on Asc (2°30')
-- Neptune-Pluto sq. (1°59' in mundo)
Venus sq. Asc (1°06')
Saturn on EP (1°37')
Mercury sq. Asc (2°07')
Moon on Dsc (5°24')
-- Saturn-Neptune sq. (0°01')
-- Mercury-Venus conj. (0°23' in mundo)

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits
p. MC sq. p. Moon (1°39'), conj. t. Venus (1°21')
p. EP op. p. Sun (1°05')
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t. Venus sq. s. MC (1°06'), sq. s. Moon (0°21')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
(This is way uglier than warranted. I think it falls aside, given the CapQ.)
p. MC conj. s. Saturn (0°02'), t. Saturn (1°37')
p. EP conj. t. Neptune (1°07')
p. Asc conj. p. Neptune (0°53')
-- Saturn-Neptune sq. in Cansolar 1°36'
-- Saturn-Neptune sq. transiting 0°25'
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t. Uranus conj. s. Dsc (1°33')


SUMMARY

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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Thu May 11, 2017 10:43 pm

Posted Sat Apr 15, 2017 3:07 pm by Jim Eshelman
[I'm going to start copying some other happy events into this thread, though, like the above, some also are mixed.]

The Supreme Court's unanimous decision in Loving v. Virginia struck down barriers of interracial marriage and also provided a precedent for later marriage rights decisions. The decision issued June 12, 1967 from the Supreme Court Building in Washington, DC, presumably about 10 AM.

Year: Capsolar
Saturn-Uranus op. (0°18' in mundo)
-- Saturn on Dsc (1°45')
-- Uranus on Asc (2°03')
Pluto on EP (2°08')
Moon-Pluto op. (2°56' in mundo)

Bridge
CapQ Moon conj. p. Sun (0°19')
t. Pluto sq. Cansolar Asc (0°52')
t. Uranus sq. Cansolar Asc (1°30')

Quarter: Arisolar (Dormant.)
Moon-Pluto sq. (1°03')
Moon-Uranus sq. (1°34')
-- Mo = Ur/Pl 0°16'

Month: Caplunar
Saturn on MC (1°58')
Moon-Venus op. (3°08' in mu do)
-- Moon on Dsc (3°28')
-- Venus on Asc (6°36')
Mars-Jupiter sq. (1°03' in mundo)
-- Jupiter on Asc (5°42')
-- Mars on IC (6°45')
Ve/Ju on Asc (0°27')

Week: Canlunar (Dormant.) Moon-Jupiter conj. (1°42' in mundo)
Week: Arilunar (Dormant.) Moon-Venus sq. (2°47')

Day: Capsolar Quotidian
p. Asc op. t. Jupiter (0°20')
p. MC conj. s. Neptune (0°31')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
p. Moon conj. p. Sun (0°19')
p. MC op. s. Sun (1°45')
--------------------------------
t. Pluto sq. s. Asc (0°52')
t. Uranus sq. s. Asc (1°30')


SUMMARY
Year: Saturn Uranus (Pluto). Moon-Pluto Saturn-Uranus.
Bridge: Sun (Cap). Uranus Pluto (Can).
Quarter: (Dormant.) Moon-Uranus Moon-Pluto.
Month: Saturn (Moon Venus Mars Jupiter). Moon-Venus Ve/Ju Mars-Jupiter.
Week: (Dormant.) Moon-Jupiter.
Week (Arilunar): (Dormant.) Moon-Venus.
Day (CapQ): Jupiter Neptune.
Day (Cansolar): Sun Moon-Sun (CanQ). Uranus Pluto (transits).

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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Thu May 11, 2017 10:44 pm

Posted Sat Apr 15, 2017 3:11 pm by Jim Eshelman
Considering US Airways Flight 1549, piloted to a successful landing on the Hudson River by Capt. Chesley Sullenberger, how might the charts look different from the many transportation disasters we have studied over the years. It draws attention for its uniqueness, it's impact, and the fact that it occurred the exact day of the Capsolar. It also stood, at the time, as a triumph of heroism and a victory for the city - would this show, instead of the airplane disaster?

The plane was piloted to a landing on the Hudson River (40N46'10'', 74W00'17'') January 15, 2009, after a midair collision with birds disabled both engines. Collision with the birds occurred at 3:27 PM EST, landing 208 seconds later (therefore, apparently 3:30 PM). The landing chart had some tough planets on the angles but, most closely, Uranus at Midheaven. Sun had moved most of a degree into Capricorn at the time.

Year: Capsolar
Sun on Dsc (0°18')
Jupiter on Dsc (7°13')
Mars on Dsc (9°55')
Moon-Uranus op. (3°43')

Bridge
CanQ Moon-Jupiter conj. 12/6-2/6
t. Neptune conj. Cansolar Asc 7/25-1/29
Event window: December 6 to January 29

Month: Caplunar (Dormant.)
Moon-Mercury conj. (0°23' in mundo)
Moon-Jupiter conj. (3°23')
-- Mercury-Jupiter conj. (2°43')

Week: Canlunar
Pluto on EP (1°51')
Venus sq. Asc (2°34')
Saturn on MC (8°08')
Moon-Sun op. (3°26' in mundo)

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits
p. Asc op. s. Sun (0°26'), t. Sun (0°22'), midpoint 0°02'
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t. Sun conj. s. Dsc (1°17')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
p. Moon-Jupiter conj. (0°21')
p. MC sq. p. Mars (0°39')
p. EP conj. p. Saturn (1°20')
p. Asc op. t. Venus (1°00')
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t. Neptune conj. s. Asc (1°30')


SUMMARY

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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Tue Aug 15, 2017 9:06 am

Friday July 16, 1987, 5:55 p.m. PDT (sic from 20 years ago today LATimes newspaper article) Midlands TX. 18 month old Jessica McClure was pulled from the well in her aunt's backyard she had fallen into 58 1/2 hours before. This was national news. CNN was brand new and was providing nearly 24/7 coverage.

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Aug 15, 2017 9:23 am

Jupiter Sets at Dawn wrote:
Tue Aug 15, 2017 9:06 am
Friday July 16, 1987, 5:55 p.m. PDT (sic from 20 years ago today LATimes newspaper article) Midlands TX. 18 month old Jessica McClure was pulled from the well in her aunt's backyard she had fallen into 58 1/2 hours before. This was national news. CNN was brand new and was providing nearly 24/7 coverage.
Great event! Let's take a look. - One thing first, though: Are you sure this was PDT and not local time in Midland (CDT)? It doesn't make a lot of difference, but it makes some. - Note that the Caplunar is magnificent!

Year: Capsolar (Dormant.) Moon-Sun op. (1°46), Moon-Mercury op. (0°08')

Year: Cansolar
Neptune on Dsc (1°19')
Uranus on WP (0°16')
Jupiter on MC (7°32')
Mars on Dsc (9°01')

-- Mars-Jupiter sq. (1°29' in mundo)

Bridge
t Saturn sq. Cansolar MC (1°22')

Quarter: Arisolar
Sun on Dsc (3°05' ... probably not dormant, borderline)
Moon-Pluto conj. (2°12')

Month: Caplunar
Jupiter on MC (0°36')
Pluto sq. Asc (0°57')
Moon on WP (1°02')
Mars on Asc (3°36')
Moon-Jupiter sq. (2°45')
Moon-Sun op. (3°30' in mundo)

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits
p Asc conj. t Jupiter (1°04'), sq. p Mercury (0°10'), sq. s Mercury (0°40'), sq. p Sun (0°46')
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t Moon conj. s Dsc (1°03')
t Venus sq. s Asc (0°36')
-- Moon-Venus sq. (0°21')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
p Asc op. s Neptune (0°19')
p MC sq. t Saturn (1°45') [closer when child was first lost]
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t Saturn sq. s MC (1°22')
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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Tue Aug 15, 2017 1:01 pm

I knew you were going to ask that. That's why I put in the "sic". That's what the newspaper said, and the LATimes is the only account I found that gave the time she was brought out of the well, although the 58 and a half hours is quoted all over the place.

If I find anything different, I'll update.

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