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General Astrology Discussion / Re: Anthony Bourdain
« Last post by James Williams on Today at 08:37:40 AM »
The actual date was May 9, 2013.  In her Jyotisha natal chart on that day, there were 5 transiting grahas (planets) in her 8th House...
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General Astrology Discussion / Re: Anthony Bourdain
« Last post by Halina on Today at 07:49:39 AM »
       Did this sexual assault actually take place.....let's look at her 90* tridial....location a hotel in Marina del Rey, Cal.....May 2013.....actual date unknown, let's use mid-may 15, 2013.    Paran axes to Solar Arc Sun shows midpoints to this Sun.     Judge for yourself if the assault actually took place.
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General Astrology Discussion / Re: Anthony Bourdain
« Last post by Pamela Young on Today at 06:25:21 AM »
Well, now I've heard everything:  Asia Argento, Anthony Bourdain's girlfriend whose dalliance with a younger man may have been a major contribution to Bourdain's decision to commit suicide, has now been accused of sexual assault of a 17-year-old boy - this, after having been one of the original people to start the #MeToo movement.  This story is just mind-boggling; the person she is alleged to have assaulted,  who is now 21, sued her for 3.5 million dollars one month after she spoke out publicly against Harvey Weinstein.  They settled on a total payment of $380,000, the first instalment of which was paid in April just past. 

The man she was seeing just before Bourdain's suicide is 28.  Looks like Argento prefers younger guys, and Bourdain was almost 20 years her senior.  It's looking more and more like she never really felt about him the way he felt about her; it looks like she was just using him to further her career.  I'm sorry, but that's how it looks, and I don't think my stating the obvious makes me an internet troll, as some of Argento's friends are saying of anyone who said her behaviour contributed to Bourdain's death.  If it looks like a duck and acts like a duck, guess what?  It's probably a duck.

Poor Anthony.

Here's a link to the story:

                   https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/20/entertainment/asia-argento-alleged-assault-settlement/index.html

I'm having trouble posting charts again, so here's a link to her profile in AstroDatabank, which gives her chart; click on the chart to enlarge, and then you can click to add current transits.  There's a lot going on in her 4th house.

                  https://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Argento,_Asia

   
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Asteroid Studies / Re: Makemake meaning
« Last post by bjorkstrand on August 20, 2018, 10:22:08 PM »
jupiter conjunct makemake
richard feynman
copernicus
tombaugh
clint eastwood
eichmann
carolly erickson
doris goodwin
janis joplin
george harrison
steve jobs
leibniz(calculus)
marian rejewski(enigma)
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General Astrology Discussion / Astrological effect of the Earth
« Last post by adol33 on August 20, 2018, 06:48:52 PM »

The giant-impact hypothesis, sometimes called the Big Splash, or the Theia Impact suggests that the Moon formed out of the debris left over from a collision between Earth and an astronomical body the size of Mars, approximately 4.5 billion years ago, in the Hadean eon; about 20 to 100 million years after the solar system coalesced. The colliding body is sometimes called Theia, from the name of the mythical Greek Titan who was the mother of Selene, the goddess of the Moon. Analysis of lunar rocks, published in a 2016 report, suggests that the impact may have been a direct hit, causing a thorough mixing of both parent bodies.

The giant-impact hypothesis is currently the favoured scientific hypothesis for the formation of the Moon. Supporting evidence includes:

Earth's spin and the Moon's orbit have similar orientations.
Moon samples indicate that the Moon's surface was once molten.
The Moon has a relatively small iron core.
The Moon has a lower density than Earth.
There is evidence in other star systems of similar collisions, resulting in debris disks.
Giant collisions are consistent with the leading theories of the formation of the Solar System.
The stable-isotope ratios of lunar and terrestrial rock are identical, implying a common origin. (Wikipedia)

Transits reveal something of the nature of the people or circumstances we encounter. Studying the transits of astronauts on the days they walked on the Moon could reveal qualities of it.

Therefore coming into contact with the Moon - physically - could reveal something of part of the nature of the astrological effect of Earth.

In other words, the astrological nature of the Earth is similar in some ways to that of the Moon.

Not much of a theory, but food for thought. Especially if they colonize another part of the solar system one days and humans are born there.

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Astrology of the Famous and Well Known / Re: Elon Musk
« Last post by pdw on August 20, 2018, 08:03:17 AM »
Thanks, All, for the good points.

Looking at his chart today, I'm struck with how well the natal Jupiter-Neptune opposition to his Saturn reflects a(the) major theme and challenge in his life: materializing his great vision. 

Dean mentioned T Pluto quincunx his natal Venus (Capricorn-Gemini), clearly referencing the intense public drama and scrutiny that has surfaced surrounding Musk’s ‘likability’, trustworthiness, and execution as Tesla’s CEO. Potentially a demanding perhaps painful time, I’m sure his astrologer has recommended brutally honest self-examination to adjust-transform-improve his chances of overall success (by adding a CEO experienced in the car business to the Tesla team, for example, which many pundits recommend). That interview made it sound like he’s been trying to preserve absolute power with overcompensation, a motivating ‘I can do it all’ strategy (desire) that may have led to positive outcomes in the past (reflecting his natal Venus-Pluto square), but doesn’t seem to be working well for him now.   

And that’s not the only uncomfortable quincunx he’s dealing with. Note potential unpredictability, surprise, upset with T Uranus retrograding back to quincunx his natal Neptune-Jupiter conjunction (great vision).

I’m watching this week and next for a proactive move…possibly related to T Mars retrograde as it stations and turns direct, next Monday, at 29 Capricorn (triggering a supportive sextile-trine with Musk’s natal Jupiter and natal Pluto, respectively).
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Astrology of the Famous and Well Known / Pepsi Buys SodaStream For $3.2 Billion
« Last post by Halina on August 20, 2018, 06:02:04 AM »
      Pepsi wants to reanimate revenue growth waning due to weak demand for traditional sugary soft drinks.     
 SodaStream sells machines used with compatible carbon dioxide capsules and optional flavoured syrups, and its success in locking in customers allowed it to recently raise its full-year outlook.    Sounds good for us diabetics.    More here.....
      https://business.financialpost.com/news/retail-marketing/pepsico-to-buy-sodastream-for-3-2-billion
The triwheel below shows the merger/union.    Moon rules 7th of partnerhip, union, merger as does the North Node, union.    Jupiter suggests the huge amount
of money paid by Pepsi, $3.2 Billion.    See triwheel below with Pepsi's first incorporation chart in the inner wheel.
     Solar Arc MC conj Pepsi's natal Saturn, ruler 1st, suggests Pepsi's waning/contracting revenue growth....thus the need for a merger.
Pepsi tried to boost sales by introducing Diet Cherry Pepsi.....did you like their cherry Pepsi?
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Mundane Astrology – The Study of Nations / Kofi Annan's passing
« Last post by Robynne on August 19, 2018, 06:23:15 PM »
https://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Annan,_Kofi


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kofi_Annan


African politician, the U.N. Secretary for Ghana. Kofi Annan received the Nobel Peace Prize on 12/10/2001 and has done much to infuse the United Nations with greater sense of purpose, even empowering it to fulfill its mission to humanity.


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"...People of different religions and cultures live side by side in almost every part of the world, and most of us have overlapping identities which unite us with very different groups. We can love what we are, without hating what – and who – we are not...

Beautiful sentiment!

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The idea that there is one people in possession of the truth, one answer to the world’s ills, or one solution to humanity’s needs, has done untold harm throughout history – especially in the last century. Today, however, even amidst continuing ethnic conflict around the world, there is a growing understanding that human diversity is both the reality that makes dialogue necessary, and the very basis for that dialogue. We understand, as never before, that each of us is fully worthy of the respect and dignity essential to our common humanity. We recognize that we are the products of many cultures, traditions and memories; that mutual respect allows us to study and learn from other cultures; and that we gain strength by combining the foreign with the familiar...



Interesting that he passed the day after Aretha Franklin, if this chart is correct they both have an Aries Sun and Cancer Moon. Has anyone done any work on his chart?


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