2019 January events

Analyses of distinct mundane events, using the methods of Sidereal mundane astrology
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2019 January events

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jan 02, 2019 7:20 am

Starting the new month in the new year.
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Gable House / Torrance, CA shooting

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:46 am

January 4, 2019, about 11:55 PM, Torrance, CA

Late Friday night, a shooter killed three people and injured four others at the Gable House bowling alley in Torrance, CA. (Shooting was first reported at 11:55 PM.)

The shooting occurred with Sun and Saturn conjoined, straddling IC, and Moon closing in on Saturn. Altogether, five planets were in Sagittarius. - The charts are overall stunning, with Neptune exactly angular (with various other planets) in the Capsolar, Libsolar, and Caplunar (Year, Quarter, and Month) - and, for that matter, in the CapQ, though its combination with Jupiter in the CapQ is the worst chart in the set. This time, the CanQ gives the unmistakable markers of the event.

Year: Capsolar {+2}
Neptune sq. MC 1°33'
Moon-Mercury conj. 0°13' in mundo
Moon-Saturn conj. 1°35'

Bridge {+1}
t Neptune on Capsolar angles ALL YEAR
CanQ Moon sq. s/p Saturn 12/22-2/14
t Jupiter on Capsolar IC 12/31-1/15
EVENT WINDOW: Dec 31 to Jan 15

Quarter: Libsolar {+2}
Neptune on Dsc 2°49'
Moon-Mars conj. 0°04' in mundo
Moon-Mercury sq. 0°12' in mundo

Month: Caplunar {+2}
Neptune on IC 0°59'
Mars on IC 2°56'
-- Mars-Neptune conj. 1°55'
Sun, Mercury, & Jupiter are more widely angular.
-- Mars-Jupiter sq. 1°44' in mundo
-- Sun-Mars sq. 2°45'

Week: Liblunar {+1}
Uranus sq. Asc 1°11'
Moon-Uranus op. 0°16' in mundo
Venus & Pluto are widely foreground

Day: Capsolar Transits {-2}
t Neptune on s Dsc 1°02'
t Jupiter on s IC 1°09'
-- t Jupiter sq. s Neptune 0°24'

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits {+2}
p Moon-Saturn sq. 0°30'
p MC sq. p Mars 0°04', s Mars 0°11'
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LA Teachers Strike

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Jan 14, 2019 7:21 am

32,000 LA teachers and staff go out on strike this morning (in rainy weather BTW). What makes this significant is that it's the first teachers strike here in 30 years (and this is the largest school district in the nation).

The mundane charts have some interesting twists. For example, today is the last day of the 2018 Capsolar and the worldwide Moon-Mercury-Saturn conjunction in Sagittarius is still blazing along with keywords from "no deal" and "communication breakdown" to the most obvious, "blocked education." The Libsolar (again, universally) has other major afflicted Mercury symbolism with Moon half a degree from conjunct Mars and both of them square Mercury.

The Caplunar from January 6 has Moon at MC square Uranus - both a primary aspect for rebellion, uprising, strikes, etc., and also placing Moon (events centered on children) as the centerpiece. (Tis morning's Arilunar is dormant.)

And, of course, LA (and most of California) has had Neptune setting in the Capsolar all year. As CapQ angles close the loop of a complete wrap-around, today's CapQ has Neptune on Dsc exactly square Jupiter on IC - yes, this (and perhaps the weather) is an expression of the Jupiter-Neptune square Ive been trying to figure out. (Jupiter and Neptune also transit Capsolar angles.)
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