2018 February Stuff

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2018 February Stuff

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Sun Feb 04, 2018 1:04 pm

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AmTrak train hits Freight Train in SC

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Sun Feb 04, 2018 1:10 pm

February 4, 2018 approximately 2:30AM, West Columbia, South Carolina
An AmTrak passenger train (NYC to Miami) ran into a freight train.
At least 2 dead, 116 hospitalized out of 8 crew and 139 passengers onboard. Most injuries not lift threatening.

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Re: AmTrak train hits Freight Train in SC

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Feb 04, 2018 1:16 pm

Jupiter Sets at Dawn wrote:
Sun Feb 04, 2018 1:10 pm
February 4, 2018 approximately 2:30AM, West Columbia, South Carolina
An AmTrak passenger train (NYC to Miami) ran into a freight train.
At least 2 dead, 116 hospitalized out of 8 crew and 139 passengers onboard. Most injuries not lift threatening.
Year: Capsolar {+2}
A great example of how Moon-Mercury-Saturn works out through a particular locale.
Pluto on IC (1°02')
Sun on IC (6°55')
Uranus on Dsc (7°49')
Venus on IC (8°27')

-- Venus-Uranus sq. (0°38' in mundo)
-- Sun-Uranus sq. (0°21')
-- Sun-Venus conj. (1°33' in mundo)
Mars-Jupiter conj. (0°51' PVP)
Moon-Mercury conj. (0°51')
Moon-Saturn conj. (1°08' in mundo)

Bridge {+2}
t Pluto conj. Capsolar IC 1/15-2/12
t Saturn conj. Capsolar Moon 1/20-2/8
t Saturn conj. CapQ Moon 1/22-2/23
-- Saturn-Moon combines to 1/20-2/23
Event window: Jan 20 to Feb 12

Month: Caplunar {+1}
Uranus sq. Asc (0°05')
Moon on Dsc (1°17')
Sun on Dsc (2°10')
Venus on Dsc (3°33')
-- Moon-Uranus sq. (0°20')
-- Moon-Sun conj. (0°53' in mundo)
-- Sun-Venus conj. (1°22' in mundo)
-- Moon-Venus conj. (2°15' in mundo)
Pluto on Dsc (6°54')
Mercury on WP (2°43')


XTRA: Non-angular Saturn conj. Mercury 3°27'

Week: Canlunar {+2}
Mercury on EP (1°20')
Pluto on Asc (3°55')
Moon on Dsc (6°45')

-- Moon-Pluto op. (2°50' in mundo)
Moon-Uranus sq. (0°05')
Moon-Mercury op. (3°15')

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+2}
p MC op. t Mercury (1°07')
t Saturn conj. p Moon (0°06') - also conj. s Mercury 0°18'
-- add transiting Moon, which squares Saturn and everything it conjoins
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t Saturn conj. s Moon (0°33')
-- add transiting Moon, which squares Saturn and everything it conjoins
t Pluto conj. s IC (1°13')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
[This might be better when we get the exact coordinates of the accident. For West Columbia per se, ingress Saturn is 2°06' from CanQ Asc, a bit too wide. Similarly, t Saturn is 2°16' from Cansolar Dsc. Both would benefit from the angle being several minutes earlier.]
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Stock Market plummet

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Feb 05, 2018 5:46 pm

Today, all U.S. markets dropped about 4% or more - the DJIA lost 4.6%, or 1,175 points in what was the single largest point drop in the history of the market. That's not as bad as it sounds, though, because the high numbers make "largest point drop" proportionately small compared to other drops - it wasn't the highest percentage drop. But it was significant.

Today was the exact day transiting Saturn conjoined CapQ Moon.

In a published study of the 20 dates of Dow Jones Industrial Average greatest losses, I learned:

* Daily timing charts for NYC were essentially useless; for Washington, they were meaningful.
* Pluto and Uranus were dominant in the CapQ, showing disruption, shock, and instability.
* Transits to Capsolar for NYC had Mars to angles most often, Saturn and Pluto next most often.
* Transits to Capsolar for Washington didn't have the Mars effect, but favored Saturn and Pluto.
* For current lunar ingresses, Washington had Neptune, NYC had Saturn, and there were very high occurrences of Moon-Pluto and Moon-Uranus aspects.

How did the charts for today match that? The event (where it hit that deep low) was close of market, February 5, 2018, 4:00 PM. I'll check both Washington & NYC. (The whole afternoon, there was a Moon-Uranus opposition in space.)

First, for Washington, DC.

Year: Capsolar {+2}
Pluto sq. Asc (0°09')
Uranus on WP (0°42')
Sun on IC (3°08')
Venus on IC (4°44')

-- Sun-Uranus sq. (0°21')
-- Venus-Uranus sq. (0°25' in mundo)
-- Sun-Venus conj. (1°25')
Moon-Mercury conj. (0°51')
Moon-Saturn conj. (0°57' in mundo)
Mars-Jupiter conj. (1°14' PVP)

Bridge {+3}
t Pluto on Capsolar Angles ALL YEAR
t Uranus op. Capsolar EP 1/15-4/2
t Saturn conj. Capsolar Moon 1/20-2/8
t Saturn conj. CapQ Moon 1/22-2/23
-- Saturn-Moon overlap 1/20-2/23
Event Window: Jan 20 to Feb 23

Month: Caplunar {0}
Venus on Dsc (2°15')
Sun on Dsc (3°25')
Moon on Dsc (4°02')

-- Moon-Sun conj. (0°37' in mundo)
-- Sun-Venus conj. (1°10' in mundo)
-- Moon-Venus conj. (1°47' in mundo)
Uranus on MC (8°44')
Pluto on Dsc (9°57')

-- Sun-Uranus sq. (2°05')
Moon-Uranus (0°20')

Week: Liblunar {+2}
Mars sq. MC (0°04')
Saturn-Neptune sq. (2°49' in mundo)
-- Saturn on Dsc (6°33')
-- Neptune on MC (9°22')

Moon-Uranus op. (0°05')

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+1/+3 = +2}
p EP conj. s Jupiter (1°52')
t Saturn conj. p Moon (0°00')
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t Uranus op. s EP (0°42')
t Pluto sq. s Asc (0°51')
t Saturn conj. s Moon (0°42')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits (Dormant.)
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Re: Stock Market plummet

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:18 pm

Next, for New York.

Year: Capsolar {+2}
Sun on IC (0°11')
Uranus sq. MC (0°11')
Venus on IC (1°50')
Pluto sq. Asc (1°55')
-- Sun-Uranus sq. (0°21')
-- Venus-Uranus sq. (1°17' in mundo)
-- Sun-Venus conj. (1°25')
Moon-Mercury conj. (0°51')
Moon-Saturn conj. (0°49' in mundo)
Mars-Jupiter conj. (1°22' PVP)

Bridge {+3}
t Pluto sq. Capsolar Asc 1/15-8/18
t Uranus on Capsolar Angles 1/15-5/30
t Saturn conj. Capsolar Moon 1/20-2/8
t Saturn conj. CapQ Moon 1/22-2/23
-- Saturn-Moon overlap 1/20-2/23
Event Window: Jan 20 to Feb 23

Month: Caplunar (Dormant.)
Moon-Uranus (0°20')
Moon-Sun conj. (0°32' in mundo)
Moon-Venus conj. (1°37' in mundo)

Week: Liblunar {+2}
Moon-Uranus op. (0°05')
Saturn-Neptune sq. (2°18' in mundo)
-- Saturn on Dsc (2°56')
-- Neptune on MC (5°14')

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+1/+3 = +2}
t Saturn conj. p Moon (0°00')
p Asc sq. t Mercury (0°37')
p MC op. t Sun (1°18')
p EP conj. s Jupiter (1°10'), t Jupiter (1°27')
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t Uranus sq. s MC (0°15')
t Pluto sq. s Asc (1°13')
t Saturn conj. s Moon (0°42')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian {+2}
p EP conj. s Pluto (0°05')
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Re: 2018 February Stuff

Post by SteveS » Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:02 pm

Jim wrote:
Today was the exact day transiting Saturn conjoined CapQ Moon.
Yes, this is what I was seeing months ago with our 2018 Capsolar, combined with Mercury (Commerce) could damn well be the main SMA reason for a downer market for 2018, on balance. And we get two more exact cnj hits of t. Saturn to Cap Moon July 14, & Oct 27.

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Taiwan earthquake 6.4

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Feb 06, 2018 10:53 am

February 6, 2018, 15:50:42 UT, 24N10'26'', 121E39'11''

A 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit Taiwan today. Above are the data.

A hotel collapsed. A highway was closed. Other details are still pending. (Sunday, a 6.1 quake struck not far away.)

UPDATE 2/7: A Wikipedia article has appeared here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_Hualien_earthquake
Information is still coming in. It obviously shook people up badly and brought some buildings down. So far, known casualties are quite slight, 7 dead and 256 injured. [UPDATE 3/4: 17 dead, 285 injured]

Year: Capsolar {+2}
Mars on Dsc (0°08')
Jupiter on Dsc (2°46')
-- Mars-Uranus sq. (0°37' PVP)
-- Mars-Jupiter conj. (2°53' in mundo)
Moon-Mercury conj. (0°12' in mundo)
Moon-Saturn conj. (1°35')

Bridge

Month: Caplunar {+1}
Moon on Asc (1°28')
Pluto on Asc (2°43')
Sun on Asc (4°07')
Venus on Asc (6°19')
Uranus sq. Asc (2°38')

-- Moon-Uranus sq. (0°20')
-- Mo/Pl on Asc (0°37')
-- Su/Pl on Asc (0°42')
-- Moon-Sun conj. (1°45')
-- Sun-Venus conj. (1°50')
-- Sun-Uranus sq. (2°05')
-- Moon-Venus conj. (3°35')

Week: Liblunar (Dormant.) Moon-Uranus op. (0°05')
Week: Canlunar (Dormant.) Moon-Uranus sq. (0°05') Moon-Mercury op. (2°34' in mundo)

Week: Arilunar {+1}
This gets a higher score if casualties turn out to be negligible.
Mars on Dsc (2°20')
Jupiter on Dsc (4°07')
Venus on MC (5°56')

-- Venus-Jupiter sq, (1°48')
Moon-Uranus conj. (0°13')

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+3/0 = +2}
p EP op. t Mars (0°28')
t Saturn conj. p Moon (0°03')
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t Saturn conj. s Moon (0°46')
p MC conj. t Mercury (0°04')'
t Jupiter conj. s Dsc (1°43')
t Venus sq. s Asc (0°04')
(If casualties turn out to be negligible, this gets a higher score.

Day: Cansolar Quotidian {0}
p Asc op. t Mercury (1°37')
t Mercury sq. p Moon (0°20')
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Russian plane crash (Saratov Flight 703)

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:57 am

February 11, 2018, 2:27 PM BAT, near Stepanovskoe, Russia; specifically 57N17'59", 38E23'25"

A plane (Saratov Airlines Flight 703) crashed shortly after takeoff from Moscow today, killing all 71 people on board. It crashed near Stepanovskoe (MoscowOblast), "about 50 miles southeast of Moscow" (NYT).

I have moved the entire discussion to this stand-alone thread:
http://solunars.com/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=1888
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Florida School Shooting

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:00 pm

I have moved the Parkland, FL school shooting to its own thread:
viewtopic.php?f=30&t=1902#p13064
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