It is too early to tell the who or why but we do know the what. Two explosions went off at the end of the Boston Marathon today. Several people were killed and scores injured.
As I indicated last week this 28 day Aries lunar cycle has a angry warrior energy in the mix. Again we don't know the who or why but I think we can agree, it was an angry move setting off those bombs.
I have not drafted the chart. But I do know that the Sun and Mars are in conjunction (exact) on Wednesday and certainly that is an explosive energy. I had posted such.
I also thought of Sun/Moon semi square Neptune on the new moon chart where I wrote:
Neptune Semi Square Sun/Moon
I don’t know if I would normally mention this aspect but given all the warrior energy of Mars I didn’t want to neglect the spiritual hand of Neptune. Neptune is an intuitive planet, he is the psychic planet, he is the planet that speaks to our higher side of love. Not the love we have for our significant others or even our family, he speaks to the love of humanity. The part of us that loves people we don’t even know. When we see those families in Newtown Connecticut speak about their children, do we not want to hold them, hug them, cry with them? Why? That is not Venus who loves OUR husband/wife children/friends. That is personal. It is Neptune that looks in our heart and sees our capacity to love is greater than loving just the people around us.
A semi square brings out friction and with Neptune we will see public examples where something is out of sync. A person falls through the system. A person is in the wrong place at the wrong time. But out of it comes something new that will help others. Personally, don’t be surprised if you end up in some weird place with some weird people and you just wonder, “How did I end up here?” And my suggestion would be to go with it. It might seem strange and weird and it could cause some friction but never lose sight that spirit is talking to us
I personally am looking very forward to Mars leaving Aries and entering Taurus on the 20th. Holding my breath until then.