1945 Buchenwald Liberation

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1945 Buchenwald Liberation

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:58 am

Jupiter Sets at Dawn wrote:
Thu May 11, 2017 10:40 pm
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 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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Re: Buchenwald Liberation [Good]

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Apr 14, 2019 10:00 am

Posted Sat Apr 15, 2017 1:57 pm by Jim Eshelman
Thanks :) Let's take a look.

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".
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buchenwal ... ation_camp

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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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')


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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')


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