2018 Capsolar

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Re: 2018 Capsolar

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Tue Feb 06, 2018 8:10 pm

I'd worry far more about inflation than recession at this point. Most people's wages are stagnant, and most employers are not increasing wages despite the recent tax bill. By diddling the Federal Reserve and trying to amp up the stock market, the current administration is (purposely!) causing inflation, and will continue to do so. And it's going to be a disaster for our economy and our country.

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Re: 2018 Capsolar

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:02 pm

We will definitely be down for the week. The Dow just dropped another thousand points (1,032 at the moment), after hovering around 500 down all day. I'm pretty sure it's not going to recover 2,500 point or so tomorrow - meaning, we have two down-flipped weeks in a row.

ADDED LATER: Well, there go another 1,032 points on the Dow. - Time to get out the calculator. I think it topped January 26 at 26,617. It closed today at 23,860. That's 10.35% drop below the January 26 value. We're in "correction" territory, folks! Tomorrow will be very interesting. Obviously we're going to be down for the week two down-flipped weeks in a row. It's been a while.
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Re: 2018 Capsolar

Post by SteveS » Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:50 pm

Yes, defintely in correction mode. How long? If we are analyzing this Capsolar Moon-Mercury-Saturn triple cnj correctly, I would expect we will be in correction mode all year. How deep will correction be? At least 20%, but the rate it is dropping, probably more than 20%.

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Re: 2018 Capsolar

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:18 am

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:12 pm
Syria (Damascus): Venus Jupiter (05') (Sun Mars Pluto). Sun-Venus Venus-Jupiter Mars-Jupiter (Sun-Uranus Venus-Uranus). [Peace in Syria?!?]
I want to acknowledge that this one-line prediction is as far from the truth as could be. It's been pure hell in Syria recently, between the government's continued attacks on its own people and accelerated U.S. air attacks against Syrian pro-regime forces.

The year isn't over by a long shot but, so far, "peace in Syria" is exactly the opposite of what we are seeing.
Jim Eshelman wrote:
Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:12 pm
ASIA
North Korea (Pyongyang): Jupiter (Mars). Mars-Jupiter. [Continue on high-success roll but more aggressive. Note curio of Lunar Node on meridian.]
South Korea (Seoul): Jupiter (Mars). Mars-Jupiter. [Same as North.]
Meanwhile... it's time for the Olympics!
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Re: 2018 Capsolar

Post by TheScales_BothWays » Mon Feb 19, 2018 6:38 am

This year is an election year for Malaysia. An election has to be done on or before 24 August 2018, and the Parliament of Malaysia will automatically dissolve on 24 June 2018, if not earlier. Jim and others, what does the Malaysian Capsolar say in general?

Current Prime Minister, Najib Razak would be leading the ruling party while former Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad leads the opposition. If Mahathir wins the election, he will be Prime Minister again until Anwar Ibrahim, the founder of the opposition party finishes his jail sentence for "committing sodomy."

Some Malaysians (even some opposition MP's) aren't too happy that Mahathir Mohamad is leading the opposition. A description from Mahathir's wikipedia article:
During Mahathir's tenure as Prime Minister, Malaysia experienced a period of rapid modernisation and economic growth, and his government initiated a series of bold infrastructure projects. Mahathir was a dominant political figure, winning five consecutive general elections and fending off a series of rivals for the leadership of UMNO. However, his accumulation of power came at the expense of the independence of the judiciary and the traditional powers and privileges of Malaysia's royalty. He deployed the controversial Internal Security Act to detain activists, non-mainstream religious figures, and political opponents including the Deputy Prime Minister he fired in 1998, Anwar Ibrahim. (Me: The rivalry between Mahathir and Anwar that has now become an alliance is a long story.) Mahathir's record of curbing civil liberties and his antagonism towards western interests and economic policy made his relationships with the United States, United Kingdom and Australia, among others, difficult. As Prime Minister, he was an advocate of third-world development and a prominent international activist for causes, such as the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa and the interests of Bosnians in the 1990s Balkans conflict..
(Note: Doesn't this description complement well with Malaysia's Current Capsolar? Sun-Venus-Uranus, and then there's also Pluto angular.)

He also created economic and educational policies favouring the Bumiputera, (the Malays and indigenous Malaysians), a cause of much resentment among non-Malay/indigenous Malaysian citizens. From wikipedia:
In the 1970s, the Malaysian government implemented policies which The Economist called "racially discriminatory" designed to favour bumiputras (including affirmative action in public education) to create opportunities, and to defuse interethnic tensions following the extended violence against Chinese Malaysian in the 13 May Incident in 1969. These policies have succeeded in creating a significant urban Malay and Native Bornean middle class as well. They have been less effective in eradicating poverty among rural communities. Some analysts have noted a backlash of resentment from excluded groups, in particular the sizeable Chinese and Indian Malaysian minorities.
The situation (at least here and in urban cities) seems like a mild dilemma, between a rock and a hard place, although support for the opposition is steadily and strongly rising.

Najib Razak was born on July 23, 1953 in Kuala Lipis, Malaysia. I have estimated a birth time of 9.30 or 9.45am a long time ago, based on very few but key events, but it could definitely be wrong.
Mahathir Mohamad was born on July 10, 1925 in Alor Setar, Malaysia. From astro.com:
Author Barry Wain, quotes an interview where Mahathir explains that his real birth date is 10th July 1925. His father registered his birth date as 20th December 1925 (which is shown on his birth certificate, and is celebrated as his official birthday) "to ensure his son could start the first year of primary school without any of the usual arguments about having to wait until the following intake. Mahathir’s birth certificate showed he was born on 20 December 1925, and it remained his official birthday, being chosen by the government, for example, as the day on which to open his old house as a museum. But, as Mahathir discovered from notes written by his father in the back of a dictionary, he was actually born five months earlier [July 10, 1925]. His father had given all the boys arbitrary December birth dates, while recording the correct dates in the dictionary
Anwar Ibrahim was born on August 10, 1947, on Bukit Mertajam, Malaysia.

P.S. I wish I could exercise my right to vote! Unlike most countries, Malaysia's voting age is 21, not 18. (And I'm 18.) :?

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Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:04 am

Taking a look at Malaysia. First, editing the above for the bullet points:

Election must by held by 24 August 2018.
Parliament automatically dissolves 24 June 2018 regardless.

Current PM Razak, leads the ruling party. Born 7/23/53, Kuala Lipis, Malaysia, possibly 9:30 to 9:45 AM (Scales rectification).
Former PM Mahathir leads the opposition. Born 7/10/25, Alor Setar, Malaysia per him, but possibly half a year later. If Mahathir wins, he is Prime Minister again until Anwar Ibrahim finishes his jail sentence for "committing sodomy."


So, keeping it to the mundane charts instead of the personal charts, especially for this thread:

THE CAPSOLAR FOR KUALA LUMPUR certainly shows a revolutionary impact on the state of government, and probably a strong change of power. Here is the breakdown:

Moon-Mercury-Saturn conjunction (for the whole world)
Uranus 0°04' from Asc, Pluto 1°43' from MC, with the following foreground aspects:
-- Sun-Uranus sq. 0°21'
-- Sun-Venus conj. 1°25'
-- Venus-Uranus sq. 1°46'
-- Uranus-Pluto sq. 1°47' in mundo

The real stand-outs here are, of course, the EXACTLY rising Uranus, the Sun-Uranus square, and the Uranus-Pluto mundane square. Sun-Uranus often occurs under "change of leadership" conditions. Uranus-Pluto shows big, overwhelming reversals of conditions and, with all the Sagittarius focus among outer planets these days (and the world-wide Moon-Saturn conjunction), sounds to me like a continuation of the "Trump wave" of oppressive conservatism and narrowness.

So, I guess my first impression of this is that it will be change of government, through out the current guy, and go with the oppressive aff.


THE CURRENT CANSOLAR from last summer is quite severe, with Saturn about 1° from AScendant for Kuala Lumpur. One would expect that times have been harsh, depriving, and narrowing.

THE UPCOMING ARISOLAR in mid-April would cover the month under which Parliament must dissolve. However, it is dormant. Too bad, because not far away Venus is rising, well-aspected. (More like Cambodia for the Venus, Vietnam for the Jupiter.) So the Capsolar covers the dissolution of parliament. (Am I correct that this forces the new election?)

THE NEW CANSOLAR in mid-July is also dormant; which is good, because if the widely foreground planets were closer to the angles, it would really suck. The one advantage of the new Cansolar is that it gets rid of the old one - gets rid of that exactly rising Saturn. That should relieve some oppressive pressure.

But this also means that the Capsolar is the one chart showing long-term patterns between now and the election, and it has the meaning given above.
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Re: 2018 Capsolar

Post by SteveS » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:55 am

Jim wrote:
So, I guess my first impression of this is that it will be change of government,
I agree. I would be somewhat :shock: if there was not a change in government. Very potent 'change' symbolism with Malaysia Capsolar. If there was a strong underdog candidate with betting odds, I would put a small wager on for a significant upset. I wish we had a definite election date for analysis of the Cap/Can Q''s.

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