Saturday, March 12, 2011
More on Sednai Japan- Astrology
The situation in Japan is naturally fluid and the first images were of quake and tsunami damage but as yesterday progressed and Uranus finally moved into Aries the talk and the focus shifted to the crisis building at one of the nuclear power plants and by the end of the day (PST) full on discussion of a "Meltdown" was being bandied about. Additionally, news broke that there was now a second power plant in trouble.
As we discussed earlier, the minute Uranus moved into Aries it began to dig in with Pluto in Capricorn and I said point blank we we know it right away. Pluto rules atomic bombs and in fact a relatively few years after Pluto was discovered, The Manhattan project was launched which of course brought us the first atomic bomb. Of course, atomic energy including Nuclear power is also connected to Pluto.
When Pluto spends time in a sign he will find the weakest spot and expose it for all to see. Pluto was in Scorpio, Aids went Pandemic. Pluto in Sagittarius, gave us Columbine and 9/11. Were our lives ever the same after these incidents? Did we ever know of 'safe' sex before the 1984? Ask a kid in high school who walks through metal detectors every day about Columbine effects. And there is a myriad of ways our lives have changed since 9/11. Remember, Pluto rules "masses". It is not a small group of people invoved when Pluto is activated, it is whole societies or large populations if not the whole world.
Of course, Pluto in Capricorn, so far has been about the recession (which will be labeled The Great Recession soon, I am sure). But we are still in the beginning stages of Pluto in Cap and as a reminder, Capricorn's domain includes, infrastructure, government and big business. Capricorn is also an earth sign and since its time in Capricorn (2008) the earthquakes have been some of the strongest of the century. Chili, Haiti, New Zealand and now Japan. And of course, Pluto rules volcanoes and what happened in Iceland last year with the volcano spewing ash virtually closing Europe's air space--is a perfect example how even though we are in the 21st century we can go back to 19th century in a split second. Ask everyone in the wake of the quakes and they scramble for water and food.
So, now we have Uranus out there in Aries looking for new ground, new ways, new boundaries, pushing the proverbial envelope. What is new? Where can I go? What is a new way to do things? Warring for the right to grow. These are the energies of Uranus. Old is not revered with Uranus in Aries. And actually, Pluto in Capricorn is redefining 'old'. Now these two are doing battle creating new areas for change. It will not be easy. We will be shaken at our core but we need to breath through the changes because we will make it through. We will come out of it with some changes but we will come out of it.