2019 Capsolar

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2019 Capsolar

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:31 am

Here is the 2019 Capsolar: January 15, 2019, 6:10 AM EST, Washington, DC. It's summary string is:
Sun Uranus (Mercury Saturn Pluto). Su/Pl Mercury-Saturn.
Capsolar 2019.jpg
Here are the details:

Uranus on IC 2°36'
Sun on EP 1°52'
Pluto on EP 2°16'
-- Sun-Uranus sq. 0°08' (in RA)
-- Su/Pl on EP 0°12'
Saturn on Asc 6°25'
Mercury on Asc 9°57'

-- Mercury-Saturn conj. 2°46'

Aspects only existing in mundo for Washington:
Mars-Jupiter sq. 2°07'
Mercury-Pluto conj. 2°34'
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Re: 2019 Capsolar

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:32 am

Planetary progressions of the Capsolar for the year of its life are as follows. This year they are all trines and sextiles, which (based on past performance) may not show at all.

p Mon -120- s Sat May 10 2019
p Mon -120- p Sat May 12 2019
p Mon -60- s/p Nep Jun 17 2019
p Mon -120 - s Mer Jul 26 2019
p Mon -120- p Mer Aug 21 2019
p Mon -120- s/p Plu Dec 16 2019
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Interpretation of 2019 Capsolar

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:33 am

For the United States, the 12 months beginning January 15, 2019 will resemble the 12 that came before them. Capsolars for 2018 and 2019 both have Uranus, Pluto, and Sun as the three strongest planets. Both have a powerful Mercury-Saturn combination supported by Mars-Jupiter. Where they differ is that 2019 has more Sun in the mix - the focus is more on the president (however hard that may be to believe) - and is missing the Venus-Uranus elements that drove so many changes in international relationships. Also, the Mercury-Saturn elements are concentrated on the U.S. in 2019 and not shared with the world as in 2018.

Uranus is on IC (2°36') and Sun on Eastpoint (1°53'). Their square is only 0°08' wide (in RA) and is the most important aspect of the year. Sun-Uranus signals startling events, which, historically, has included surprise attacks, sudden changes in leadership, and technology breakthroughs.

URANUS is most angular (2°36' from IC). Explosion is the most characteristic idea (whether literal or metaphorical). Its unique contributions are sudden rupture or eruption, shock, surprise, and overflowing normal boundaries and limitations. Disclosures and revelations are common. Many Uranian events have profound social impact to the point of defining the character of an era.

SUN is also closely angular (1°53' from EP), concentrating attention on the head of state or the government in general (in the sense that it is the ego-hub of the nation). We find Sun involved for increased government intervention, or at least heightened, front-and-center perception of government’s presence in people’s lives. Sun's aspects to Uranus and Pluto infer rebellion against present leadership and a wide rejection of prevailing political views. (Sun-Pluto always has an element of disrespect for, or rejecting, the law or those forces that create and enforce the law. Sometimes this means removing those in power.)

MERCURY CONJOINS SATURN (2°46') in the foreground. From this we expect restrictions, delays, failures, or calamity relating to transportation and communication. Communication fails for technical reasons and because people don't listen to each other. Expect further economic narrowing and backtracking on the recovery: Commerce is interrupted: More newspapers go out of business, and more small businesses (especially retail outlets) close their doors. Information flow is interrupted and rationed. Data integrity is increasingly doubted; cybersecurity remains a greater priority than cyber-expansion. With Saturn still in Sagittarius all year, immigration, aviation, elitism, hierarchical economic separation, and missiles dominate headlines.

Reinforcing the message of economic crisis, Washington's Capsolar has a MARS-JUPITER mundane square (2°07') that doesn't exist ecliptically; i.e., it is geographically distinctive to Washington. This could be as slight as a few more government shutdowns or as ravaging as a market crash, but probably will be something between. Resources are squandered, stretched past their capacity. Belief-driven enthusiasm and aggression accelerate. Bigots have louder voices. In nature, as in human affairs, expect stormy weather.

Mercury also conjoins Pluto (2°32' in mundo). Mundanely, Mercury sits 0°30' from the Saturn/Pluto midpoint. This anticipates major collisions of information, communication, and ideas. One sense in which this is positive politically is that it suggests that opposing factions in Congress will again be engaging passionately, unlike the tepid, rigid polarization of recent years. Investigations drill deeply into untapped data to disclose information that changes the prevailing paradigm, significantly reframing how people think about things.

Another expression of this "collision" motif, against which we must guard, is in the realm of cyber attacks, including the remote undermining of critical communication, management, and cyber-control networks. This will be a significant theme of 2019.
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United Kingdom & Brexit

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jan 15, 2019 7:15 am

Today, on the firsts morning of the new Capsolar, the UK is on the cusp of voting what to do about Brexit. Vote for PM May's negotiated plan? Back out? Fall off a cliff with dire economic conditions? Britain's exit from the EU is scheduled for the end of March.

London 's Capsolar looks like this:

Uranus on Asc 0°52'
Mars sq. MC 1°15'
Moon, Sun, Saturn more widely angular
-- Moon-Saturn sq. 1°47' in mundo

To me, this looks like dramatic changes in leadership or culture with severe conditions unique to Britain and not shared even by the rest of Europe. This leads me to think they will stumble ahead with an unstable plan that will lead to deep recession in the country and have cascading effects out from the London stock market.

Brussel, in contrast, also has Uranus tightly rising (1°45') but not the Mars or the Moon-Saturn. Moon, Mercury, Mars and Saturn hover in the "wider foreground" range. There is, however, one dire aspect: a mundane Mars-Saturn square (0°29') about 7-8° from angles.
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Re: United Kingdom & Brexit

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:02 pm

Parliament voted against May's plan 432-202, a large margin.

Will they try again? Exit without a negotiated plan? Call a no confidence vote and force election? Stay tuned.

One thing, though: the U.S. stock market took a modest but distinct drop just as this news broke.
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Re: 2019 Capsolar

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:39 pm

People in Britain are stockpiling medicines and some are even stashing food. No panic. Yet.

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