Lion Air flight 610 crashed into the sea [Vehicular]

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Lion Air flight 610 crashed into the sea [Vehicular]

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Nov 03, 2018 2:14 pm

October 29, 2018, 6:33 AM (Jakarta time, -7:00), 5S46'15", 107E07'16", all 189 presumed dead.

Wikipedia article:

Another witness report says they saw the crash at 6:45; but 6:33 is when the flight controller lost communication. For SMA purposes the 12 minutes' difference don't matter, but for the event chart we should sort this out. The later time does put the mundane Mercury-Mars-Jupiter square closer to the angles.

Reportedly, the flight crew had requested a return to the airport but had not indicated that there was an emergency.

Year: Capsolar {+1}
(It has useful pieces, but is rather biased toward the positive,)
Venus ono MC 0°42'
Sun on MC 0°56'
Uranus sq. MC 1°16'
-- Sun-Uranus sq. 0°21'
-- Sun-Venus conj. 1°25'
-- -- Su/Ve = MC 0°07'
Pluto more widely foreground
-- Uranus-Pluto sq. 2°57' ...
Moon-Mercury conj. 0°51'
Moon-Saturn conj. 1°28' in mundo

Bridge {+2}
t Uranus on Capsolar angles 9/15-1/15
t Saturn conj. Capsolar Moon 10/13-11/9
Event window: October 13-November 9

Quarter: Libsolar {+2}
Sun on Dsc 1°12'
Pluto on MC 2°28'
Uranus more widely foreground
Moon-Mars sq. 0°37'
Moon-Mercury sq. 0°37'
-- Mercury-Mars sq. 1°12'

Month: Caplunar {+2}
Saturn on IC 0°18'
Moon-Sun sq. 1°32'

Week: Arilunar (Dormant.)
NB Nonetheless, the closest thing to the angles was a partile Mercury-Mars square, 5° off the angles.

Day: Capsolar Transits {+2}
t Saturn conj. s Moon 0°04', conj. s Mercury 0°47'
t Uranus conj. s Asc 5°21'

Day: Cansolar Transits {0}
t Moon conj. s IC 0°08'
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