Friday, April 16, 2010
Lynn Hayes at Astrological Musings has done a very nice write up on the Iceland Volcano.
Back in January I had mention some similiar thoughts about Saturn versus Pluto. But, Lynn brings up something very sharpeyed:
A look at the geodetics of the situation provides a clue to the location of this event. Geodetic astrology is the fascinating application of astrology to the geodetic map, beginning with the zero degree Aries point at the Greenwich meridian. Using this system, the Midheaven line of Reyjkavic in Iceland is located at about 9 degrees of Aries, in a close aspect to both the Saturn/Pluto square and the Aries New Moon.