Astrology of Supreme Court Decision.

January 22, 2010

If you looked at my Youtube video on January, you’ll recall my saying that the Pluto/Mercury/Saturn stationary exact square, exact Jan 13-15, indicates a BIG power play.  We saw this take place in the Supreme Court decision of Jan 21, giving corporations permission to put as much money as they wish into politics and candidates of their choice.  No point in even worrying about lobbying laws.   They now can just hand the money out directly.

When planets are “stationary”, (from the perspective of earth, they are standing still in the sky instead of rotating as they usually do), they are exquisitely powerful.   In this case, Saturn (rules) stationed in a collision position with Pluto (remember “plutocrats”?  –ultimate power, wealth, manipulation)  which was sitting right next to Mercury:  ideas, communication.    Pluto and Mercury are manipulations of ideas and communications.  Saturn makes the laws.  These planets were so close together, mathematically, that you could hardly see air between them.

We had a 3-truck pileup here, where a manipulation of the idea of “free speech” made it possible for the highest court in the land to hand over governance of our company to the wealthiest corporations in the world.   What a brilliant victory for the wealthiest of the world:  World corporations can buy and sell laws and policies of the most influential nation in the world.

But there’s another part to this story.   The solar eclipse that preceded this pattern was very tied to the chart of our Declaration of Independence.  In fact, it was on the PLUTO (power, wealth, manipulation, “plutocrats”) of that chart.   This will have the eventual result of eclipsing the “plutocrats”, which is exactly what the American Revolution did in the first place.

And if that’s not enough, we are heading toward the very first anniversary of Pluto’s position in our Independence chart.  Soon.  2021.

We have just seen the first shot fired in the next American Revolution.  Which, as was the case the first time, will be against government policies that favor corporations and hurt people.

(Historical note:  The tax on tea, the impetus for the Boston Tea Party, was a tax on any tea not sold by the British East India Tea Company.   You could still buy their very expensive tea without a tax.  But any other tea was taxed to the point that it was just as expensive as the British East India Tea Company’s tea.  Corporate influence, indeed.  And there’s an interesting parallel meme with the current “tea party” movements.)


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