2019 October events

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

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 05, 2019 11:18 pm

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Supreme Court to hear LGBT rights case

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Tue Oct 08, 2019 8:23 pm

The Supreme Court heard arguments today as to whether or not Title VII of the Civil Rights Act grants basic protections to employees who are LGBT, so employers can't just fire them on a whim. Anthony Kennedy, who was the swing vote and wrote the decisions for all the previous decisions agreeing to LGBTs having rights, retired last year, and the court appears more conservative now than previously.

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Brooklyn shooting

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 12, 2019 6:25 pm

October 12, 2019, about 7:00 AM, Brooklyn, NY

Four died and at least three others were wounded from gun violence at an illegal (unlicensed) gambling club. At last report, police have no leads on a suspect. Depending on the exact time, the shooting occurred either as Saturn had just passed IC or as Sun-Pluto were just approaching and crossing the angles.

The charts aren't great, though the event is not inconsistent with any of them. It reads like a minor local event, though the body count starts to look like a larger, national event. Then the CapQ displays the theme of illegalities and an exact square to Capsolar Asc shows the violence.

Year: Capsolar {+1?}
Sun on EP 1°14'
Uranus on IC 2°10'
-- Sun-Uranus sq. 0°09' in RA
Mercury & Saturn more widely foreground
-- Sun conj. non-foreground Pluto 2°23' in mundo
-- Mercury conj. non-foreground Pluto 2°23' in mundo
-- -- Pl = Su/Me
-- Mercury-Saturn conj. 2°46'
Moon-Sun sq. 2°04'

Bridge {+2}
t Uranus sq. Cansolar Moon 0°48'
t Mars sq. Capsolar Asc 0°38'

Quarter: Cansolar {+1?}
Jupiter on Asc 2°58'
Moon-Uranus sq. 0°19'
Moon-Mars op. 2°32' in mundo

Month: Caplunar +1}
Moon on EP 1°32'
Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Uranus more widely foreground
-- Mercury-Saturn sq. 0°09' in mundo
-- Mercury-Uranus op. 0°43'
-- Saturn-Uranus sq. 2°02' in mundo
-- Moon-Venus sq. 2°32'
-- Uranus sq. non-foreground Pluto 2°56' in mundo
Moon-Pluto sq. 3°12' n mundo

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+2}
p Asc conj. t Sun 1°01', sq. t Pluto 0°49', sq. s Pluto 1°16'
p MC op. s Sun 1°49'
p EP op. s Uranus 1°47'
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t Mars sq. s Asc 0°38'

Day: Cansolar Transits
t Uranus sq. s Moon 0°48'
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Re: Supreme Court to hear LGBT rights case

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 12, 2019 6:52 pm

Jupiter Sets at Dawn wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 8:23 pm
The Supreme Court heard arguments today as to whether or not Title VII of the Civil Rights Act grants basic protections to employees who are LGBT, so employers can't just fire them on a whim. Anthony Kennedy, who was the swing vote and wrote the decisions for all the previous decisions agreeing to LGBTs having rights, retired last year, and the court appears more conservative now than previously.
It was an interesting mix of symbolism. On one side, the new Caplunar is exactly on cue for this kind of case with Venus in Libra exactly on MC square Moon: Moon-Venus dominates the Caplunar in ever way.

On the other hand, it was the day of a Sun-Saturn square, and that square fell squarely on the CapQ angles for Washington (with some Mercury as a garnish). I suppose the CanQ's message is simply that it was a high court event, since it is marked by MC conjunct transiting Jupiter plus EP conjunct ingress Neptune.

I'll be quite interested to see how the decision shakes out.
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