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Is Satoshi Nakamoto a person, or a goup of people?
« on: July 04, 2021, 04:43:48 AM »
Who Is Satoshi Nakamoto?

(According to https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/satoshi-nakamoto.asp)

"Satoshi Nakamoto is the anonymous name used by the creators of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency.

Although the name Satoshi Nakamoto is often synonymous with Bitcoin, the actual person that the name represents has never been found, leading many people to believe that it is a pseudonym for a person with a different identity or a group of people.

Satoshi Nakamoto is the pseudonym who penned the original Bitcoin whitepaper and is the identity credited with inventing Bitcoin itself.
While several people have claimed to be Satoshi, the true identity has never been verified nor revealed.
Given the price of BTC today, Satoshi would be a billionaire.

Understanding Satoshi Nakamoto

Satoshi Nakamoto may not be a real person. The name might be a pseudonym for the creator or creators of Bitcoin who wish to remain anonymous.

For most people, Satoshi Nakamoto is the most enigmatic character in cryptocurrency. To date, it is unclear if the name refers to a single person or a group of people. What is known is that Satoshi Nakamoto published a paper in 2008 that jumpstarted the development of cryptocurrency. "

Here endeth the scientific method: 'We dunno.'

Here beginneth the astrological method: 'We're pretty sure.'

There is a rumor on the net that this pseudonym belongs to a real person, born April 5, 1975 in Japan. True or false?

Just put the chart up, you'll probably agree right away: yup.

Mercury conjunct Jupiter, sextile Moon and Sun. Big money.

Jupiter, the 'greater benefic, half a degree trine the Node, the public.

'Yawn', said the astrologer, 'please pass the turnips'.

'To be fair, this thread does apply to much of the crypto vaporware', said a brilliant blockchain expert. 'We know that many crypto projects are scams and survive on promises never fulfilled. Grouping Bitcoin with 'cryptocurrency' is like grouping astrology and astronomy as planetary sciences. Only one is real.' (www.luckydays.tv/allastrologersaremadsaidbriancox.jpg)

He hasn't an opinion though as to whether Satoshi is a real person or not. In his mind, there is vaporware where astrologers can now store that probability. There are, in fact, sadly, a number of areas of his mind that have the same vacuous propensity.

Yes, you should care, because this is your gift, your membership to the library of Alexandria that science has burned down, setting mankind back hundreds of years.

But wait. There's more. We can look at her or his chart and find out many things regarding Satoshi's character.  For example, here's what Sepharial said about the natal Jupiter position. The enigmatic person already begins to emerge.

"JUP: 4 of Aries: A nature relying on instinct which guides him beyond what wisdom provides for many others. A tremendous force of growing energy yet undifferentiated. An energy which moves out in all directions is productive of results much like the influence of a New Moon. One must beware of what one starts here as, like King Midas, everything the native touches will be productive and there is danger that one will not be pleased with the harvest if the wrong action was sown. It is like a child at the control of vast energies. Everything works and the child may be wasteful of its wealth and find out too late that what has been gathered is not really rewarding. The influence here is full blown but still lacks experience. In a well-directed chart this degree might insure the luck factor to guarantee success but this degree needs direction and structure to be more than just prodigal. A rich, impulsive, naturally exuberant and thoroughly prodigal human being, always directly drawing on nature's reserves. Other pointers in the horoscope must show whether he will be educated or ignorant, clever or foolish, lucky or unfortunate. Even if well-bred and educated, the native will retain something rough and uncouth about himself, a wild energy, as it were. Should he on the other hand (as is more likely) be uncultured, he will show a greater wisdom than purported by the rest of his pattern. In luck he will take the blind goddess's gifts for granted and is not likely to exploit them in heaping up wealth. Bad luck, on the other hand, will be unable to teach him moderation in lavishing his own on others and giving himself up entirely in whatever he does. He is extremely kindhearted and yet very irascible; he is fond of the country - nay, of his own country - has compassion on all living beings and may nevertheless be a passionate sportsman; he is careless in dress and yet vain. Instinct prevails on logic, the heart on reason; his only consistency lies in his being perfectly natural, as he sucks from Mother Nature's breasts the hoary wisdom enabling him to give advice to people who ought to know more than he does. "

As for the Life of Professor Brian Cox, who has Uranus square his natal Venus around now, and not a clue as to why his relationships are suddenly going mad, it's the age-old question:  Is he too clever by half? Is his head half empty or half full?


p.s. after posting this I was asked what Sepharial's degrees said about Brian (3 March 1968).

Pretty spot on - a genius with a chicken's brain, conflicting as that may sound : https://luckydays.tv/briancox.html








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