2020 January events

Analyses of distinct mundane events, using the methods of Sidereal mundane astrology
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Impeachment case managers & forwarding to Senate

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jan 15, 2020 7:37 am

The House of Representatives will vote to approve the case managers for the impeachment trial and to forward the articles of impeachment to the Senate between 12:30 PM and 1:30 PM (Eastern) today. At 5:00 PM, Speaker Pelosi and others will hold a brief engrossment ceremony for the articles, after which the articles will be walked across the building and hand-delivered to the Senate.

Symbolism is excellent: Notice that this is exactly at sunset, with that setting Sun still conjunct Saturn and Pluto. (Visual sunset is 5:10 PM.)

Three and a half minutes before voting begins (at 12:26:30 PM), Sun enters Sidereal Capricorn. This is the Master Chart for the nation in mundane astrology terms for the next 12 months. If somehow you haven't seen it yet, take a look. I think nobody will have trouble catching its main message at a glance.
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Re: 2020 January events

Post by SteveS » Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:13 am

I read the main message as one way or another Trump will not achieve a 2nd term!!! I think the impeachment tactics employed by the Dem's is brilliant, even with em knowing Trump most likely will not be convicted. But, i strongly think the impeachment tactics will win the Dem's the Prez, and maybe the Senate.

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Virginia legislature adopts Equal Rights Amendment

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jan 15, 2020 6:02 pm

I woke up this morning to new that the Russian government had resigned and Putin was rewriting their constitution. I saw The House of Representatives take the final steps for handing the articles of impeachment up to the Senate (delivered 5:37 pm) . And then, both houses of Virginia's legislature ratified the Equal Rights Amendmennt.

Wahoo! My friend Kamala Lopez and her team made this happen, from lobbying it through the last few states needed to camping in Virginia all fall to make every member of the legislature answer for their prior yea or nay votes on the subject so that a run-away Democrat dual-majority won - Virginia's first ever - committed to pass this.

Today, they did. This is enough states to fully ratify the amendment.

There are still legal battles to wage. Games have been played around the edge to try to undo this, and it's always possible we'll lose on a technicality at the Supreme Court. Or, it might all fall in place. Either way, the 38th state has now ratified the amendment and, when the legal dancing is over, this should mean that as of two years from today it is unconstitutional for the United States or any state to deny or abridge any form of equality of rights under the law on the basis of sex.

Richmond's Capsolar looks much like that for Washington, DC.
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Kobe Bryant killed

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Sun Jan 26, 2020 1:52 pm

January 26, 2020
Kobe Bryant and his 13 year old daughter, and 3 others ("a teammate, a parent and a pilot") died when a helicopter crashed shortly before 10 AM Pacific, in Calabases, CA. The place is given as "near Las Virgenes Road, south of the 101 Freeway, in Calabasas." The helicopter left John Wayne airport in Orange County at 9:06 AM.

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Re: Kobe Bryant killed

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jan 26, 2020 2:15 pm

Jupiter Sets at Dawn wrote:
Sun Jan 26, 2020 1:52 pm
January 26, 2020
Kobe Bryant and his 13 year old daughter, and 3 others ("a teammate, a parent and a pilot") died when a helicopter crashed shortly before 10 AM Pacific, in Calabases, CA. The place is given as "near Las Virgenes Road, south of the 101 Freeway, in Calabasas." The helicopter left John Wayne airport in Orange County at 9:06 AM.
The time of the crash is being reported at 9:47 am.

LA is under a Neptune Capsolar (EP 0°26' in Calabasas). The most recent non-dormant lunar ingress was the January 10 Canlunar with Venus 0°19' from Dsc (the city's reaction?).

With Capsolar Neptune 21°35' Aquarius (on EP 21°32' Aquarius), Mars at the time of the crash was 21°08' Scorpio. This was within 2° of the CanQ Dsc (19°48' Scorpio). Worldwide, something sudden and eruptive was expected today with:

Cansolar Moon 11°02' Capricorn
Cansolar Uranus 11°21' Aries
transiting Sun 11°43' Capricorn

In LA this is more focused: The Calabasas Cansolar Asc is 13°26' Libra.
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Re: 2020 January events

Post by SteveS » Sun Jan 26, 2020 3:39 pm

:( A great competitor.

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Jamaica earthquake 7.7

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:02 pm

January 28, 2020, 19:10:25 UT, 19N26'52'', 78W45'16''
Magnitude 7.7 - Tsunami warnings

Occurred with Mars 1°09' above Dsc, Neptune sq. Asc 0°49', Mars-Neptune sq. 0°14'.

Year: Capsolar {+3}
Sun on MC 0°41'
Uranus on Asc 1°06'
Mercury, Saturn, Pluto more widely foreground
-- Saturn-Pluto conj. 0°12' in mundo
-- Me/Pl = MC 0°23'
-- Me/Sa = MC 0°29'
-- Sun-Uranus sq. 0°25' in mundo
-- Saturn-Uranus sq. 2°02' in mundo
-- Uranus-Pluto sq. 2°14' in mundo
-- Sun-Saturn conj. 1°53'
-- Sun-Pluto conj. 2°08'
-- Sun-Mercury conj. 3°14'
Moon-Jupiter sq. 1°20' in mundo

Bridge {+3}
t Neptune sq. Cansolar Asc 1/5-5/6
t Saturn conj. Capsolar MC 1/19-2/23
t Mars conj. Cansolar Asc 1/27-2/2, sq Cansolar MC or conj EP 2/7-2/13
Event window: January 27 to February 2 & February 7-13

Month: Caplunar {+2}
(Jupiter is appropriate for the tsunami condition.)
Jupiter sq. Asc 0°52'
-- Venus-Neptune conj. 0°38' PVP
Moon-Saturn conj. 0°53'
Moon-Pluto conj. 1°51'

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {0 / +2 = +2}
p MC conj. t Sun 0°18'
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t Saturn conj. s MC 0°53'
t Saturn conj. s Sun 0°21'

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits {+3}
p Asc op. s Saturn 0°58', conj. s Venus 1°50'
-- s Venus-Saturn op. 0°52'
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t Neptune sq. s Asc 1°22'
t Mars conj. s Asc 1°08'
t Venus sq. s Asc 0°15'
-- t Venus conj. s Neptune 0°28'
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Re: 2020 January events

Post by SteveS » Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:56 pm

:shock:

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Westside LA high-rise fire

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jan 29, 2020 12:00 pm

January 29, 2020, shortly after 8:30 AM, West Los Angeles, CA

Eight people were injured (including a 3-month-old infant) from a fire on the sixth floor of a 25-story apartment building, the Barrington Plaza. (I think West LA is the best description of the location.) "At least 300 firefighters" arrived to help battle it, according to the LA Times. (Early reports that people were jumping from the building were over-stated. The real story is that two people thought about jumping.)

Fierce winds (40 mph) fanned the fire, making it difficult to extinguish, but by 10 :00 am it was out.

The coordinates of the building are 34N02'54'', 118W27'48''. At 8:30 AM, Mars (square Neptune on EP) crossed local MC. Its angles are almost identical to those of the Capsolar.

Year/Quarter: Capsolar {+2}
Neptune on EP 0°20'
Venus more widely foreground

Bridge {+2}
t Neptune on Capsolar angles 1/15-5/28
t Mars conj. Capsolar MC January 27 to February 2

Month: Caplunar (Dormant.) Moon-Saturn Moon-Pluto.
Week: Liblunar (Dormant.) Moon-Sun Moon-Mercury Moon-Saturn Moon-Pluto.

Week: Canlunar {0}
Venus on Dsc 0°12'
-- Venus-Jupiter sq. 0°30' PVP
Moon-Saturn op. 1°43' in mundo
Moon-Pluto op. 1°51' in mundo
Moon-Sun op. 3°49' in mundo

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits {+3}
p Asc conj. t Moon 0°10', op. p Moon 0°53'
-- t Moon op. p Moon 0°43'
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t Neptune conj. s EP 0°39'
t Mars conj. s MC 0°58'

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits {+2}
p Asc op. t Mars 0°27', op. s Jupiter 1°56', sq. s Neptune 1°11', sq. t Neptune 0°23'
-- t Mars sq. s Neptune 0°44'
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t Sun sq. s Asc 0°36'
-- t Sun op. s Mars 0°54'
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Brexit

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Jan 31, 2020 4:20 pm

Brexit brexited January 31, 2020, 11:00 PM, London, England.

Set up the chart. It's hysterically sound!
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Iowa Election technical issues (2 problems)

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Tue Feb 04, 2020 6:16 am

Saturday February 1, 2020 @ 8:01 PM, Des Moines, IA
The Des Moines Register and CNN announced they were not publishing the results of their very highly regarded poll which has surveyed IA Democrats for 76 years in advance of the Iowa cacuses.
It appears when people taking the survey were asked to name their preferred candidate and given a list of candidates to choose from, at least one candidate (at least Pete Buttigieg) was left off the list. This appears to have affected only one surveyor who was using a computer with an enlarged font, so s/he did not see the entire list to read it off.
while it appears the problem was limited to just one surveyor, the polling company chose not to release the poll.

Then there were the Iowa caucuses last night. I'd use Des Moines as the place, the date is Monday February 3, 2020. TIme... the caucuses started at 8 PM. People were complaining about not being able to download the app meant to be used to report results. People tried to use the phone line meant to allow them to report if there were problems with the app, and ended up on hold for four hours in at least one case. And one person reported waiting 4 hours and the call was dropped.

The Iowa Democratic party announced there would be no results till sometime today (Feb 4, 2020) at about 2 AM, although it was clear there was a major glitch by 9 PM last night. This morning it appears the paper ballots haven't been sent to the Des Moines headquarters from several precincts across Iowa because nobody told the officials the ballots needed to be sent in, and most of them went off to work this morning.

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Re: Iowa Election technical issues (2 problems)

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Tue Feb 04, 2020 6:36 am

Update: The app was known to be not working at 9:09 AM yesterday Feb 3 (in Des Moines).
People trying to report results via the phone line were put on hold around 9 PM yesterday, and things got worse from there.

At least they have a paper trail.

News media started blatting about should Iowa lose it's first in the nation status last night when they didn't have anything else to report on. California tried to set it's primaries before Iowa and the National Democratic party said they'd cut off funds to California if they did. So that's a possiblity.

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Re: Iowa Election technical issues (2 problems)

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Feb 04, 2020 8:21 am

I looked at the mundane charts for the caucuses ahead of time to see if they gave a clue to the direction and, from memory, there was mostly Uranus - some surprises, some overturns, etc. That seems reflective, though, of the technical troubles (trying something new came with surprises).

So, let's look at the charts for 9:09 PM 2/3/20 in Des Moines and see what's what.

Year: Capsolar
Pluto sq. Asc 0°52'
Saturn sq. Asc 1°07'
Moon, Jupiter, & Uranus more widely foreground
-- Saturn-Pluto conj. 0°12' in mundo
-- Moon-Jupiter sq. 0°35' in mundo
-- Mo/Ur on horizon 0°34'

Bridge
t Pluto sq. s Asc 1°30'

Month: Caplunar (Dormant.) Moon-Saturn Moon-Pluto.

Week: Arilunar
(What a chart! It's all about the data - the social confusion - and disruptive bad outcome.
Mercury on Asc 1°39'
Venus & Neptune widely foreground
-- Venus-Neptune conj. 1°47' in mundo
-- Venus sq. non-foreground Mars 0°44' in mundo
-- Neptune sq. non-foreground Mars 2°03'

Moon-Saturn sq. 0°01'
Moon-Uranus conj. 0°49' in mundo
Moon-Pluto sq. 1°37'

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits
p MC conj. s Mercury 1°25'
p EP conj. s Uranus 1°12', t Uranus 0°59'
That's kinda the whole story!
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t Pluto sq. s Asc 1°30'

Day: Cansolar Quotidian
p Asc conj. s Venus 1°56'
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Re: 2020 January events

Post by SteveS » Thu Feb 06, 2020 5:56 am

Jim wrote:
Week: Arilunar
(What a chart! It's all about the data - the social confusion - and disruptive bad outcome.
Mercury on Asc 1°39'
Venus & Neptune widely foreground
-- Venus-Neptune conj. 1°47' in mundo
-- Venus sq. non-foreground Mars 0°44' in mundo
-- Neptune sq. non-foreground Mars 2°03'
Moon-Saturn sq. 0°01'
Moon-Uranus conj. 0°49' in mundo
Moon-Pluto sq. 1°37'
Indeed, the Arilunar nailed it!

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