Wednesday, June 27, 2012
FULL MOON JULY 2012 - USA
DATA: July 3, 2012 @ 2:53 P.M. - Washington, D. C.
Scorpio Rises, co-ruler Pluto in Capricorn, the sign ruling government, highly afflicted.
A Full Moon in Capricorn, the Moon separating from a conjunction to Pluto in the 3rd house. A heads up for the stock market to get hit prior to Full.
A Capricorn Lunation may bring the culmination of a long-standing issue. Capricorn vibrates to authority, its ruler Saturn posited in the 12th house suggests those in authority are immersed in sabotage. At 22* Libra 49' Saturn is functioning from the 3rd decanate of the sign of partnership and open enemies next to the sign of death, carrying with it a peculiar fatality. Pictured in the sky by the constellation Lupus - the Wolf, it indicates that any misuse of talents to enslave their fellowman will be dealt with harshly, as befits those who transgress either the laws of man or those of God.
This chart reflects a complicated planetary pattern that is disturbing to me. A Cardinal T-Square with Pluto in Capricorn in the 3rd house is at the Apex. The two planets it squares are Mars in Libra in the 11th house opposing Uranus in Aries in the 6th house, with Jupiter conjoined Venus in Gemini in the 8th house acting as reconciler of the opposition...meaning that all that ferocious energy churned up by Pluto, Mars and Uranus are "spent" by Venus and Jupiter in the 8th house arena.
VENUS represents joining forces; her activity involves money and possessions.
JUPITER represents rituals, formalities, foreign affairs.
GEMINI represents information and its distribution, communication, messages, news, documents, transportation, traffic, neighbors; activity involving visitors.
THE 8TH HOUSE indicates public monies, the national debt, the banking industry, taxes...and danger, injury, death, and destruction, often on a large scale. Strong 8th house symbolism signals that something has outgrown its usefulness, therefore, will be removed.
Astrologer Robert Hand in his book "Horoscope Symbols" states:
"At the external level the 8th house symbolizes our experience of all outer-world events and circumstances that bring or represent transformation: the death of others, and situations involving breakdown, decay, and rebirth. It also symbolizes circumstances that force us to become detached from our attachments or to deal with the attachments of others. It is this aspect of the 8th that causes it to mean other people's money."
Further complicating the matter: Mercury sextiles Venus/Jupiter, all three planets inconunct Pluto/Moon, creating a Yod, also known as the Finger of God. Apex Moon suggests potential emotional maladjustments seldom evident on the surface. Apex Pluto is maladjustment to the max wherein attitudes in need of correction run deep. Pluto when afflicted is equivalent to the Illuminati - otherwise known as the Globalists - those who are noted for their anti-social behavioral patterns who labor to birth a new world order.
MERCURY in Leo in the 10th house (the executive branch and head of state) also reconciles the T-Square. Mercury brings documents, decisions, coming-and-going...a witness or informer or an agent or go-between. Possibly someone who serves in the secretarial division of the Government.
LEO has to do with taking chances in some way.
Although angular, Mercury in Leo in the 10th house carries less weight than the Venus/Jupiter combo. So while it may be reported that a whistle-blower-type reveals something heretofore unknown by the public, the 8th house energies should warn us to be alert as to serious danger. From whence does it come? In the
the planet Uranus is at 8* Gemini 55' in the 6th house of police and
military, being triggered by transiting Venus at the Full Moon. They will be coming for our
guns, one of the Uranus-type weapons, ignoring the Constitution that
states: "The Second Amendment to
the United States Constitution protects the right of the individual to keep and
bear firearms." http://constitution.laws.com/2nd-amendment
It is said that the best defense is an offense. Study The Art of War by Sun Tzu http://classics.mit.edu/Tzu/artwar.html
"The peoples swords, and every other terrible instrument of the soldier, are the birth-right of an American. … The unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state governments, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people.” -Tench Coxe Feb. 20, 1788