High Winds and Flames can Transform the Land
Perhaps those here on the West Coast have been noticing a large wildfire (ruled by Sag.) devouring 17,000 acres near Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.
I mentioned in my last post about the upcoming Annular Solar Eclipse 10/3/05 has a Mars Line @/MC(MidHeaven) meeting Venus/IC running
right thru Los Angeles and Eastern vicinities.
This family of eclipses is Saros 7 South which has the quality of
Pluto trining the Eclipse (new moon)and SQ Mars or Mars = Pluto trine New Moon. I am only speaking of the essence of this family of eclipses which started back on June 22, 1248. Our last experience with this family was Oct 7th 1987
right before the crash of Black Monday.
To get a true understanding of the ramificiations of the Saros 7th South Family, let me refer you to an article on Skyscript by Dennis Elwell about that Oct 7th Lunar Eclipse
. Dennis sets the chart for London and tells of the the horrific fire at Kings Cross Underground Station, London, on 18 November 1987, in which 31 died and 20 were seriously injured.
That Oct 7th Eclipse had PL/ME conj. at 8 Scorpio with VE 25Lib opp JU Aries 26 Rx and sextile Uranus 23 Sag (same sensitive 23 degree as Oct 1st Mars Rx in TAU). Air and Fire is prominent at the Kings Cross tragedy.
NOW this year's Oct 3rd 2005 eclipse @ 10 Libra has a Yod with ME 21 Lib Sextile PL 22Sag POINTING ALL THAT WIND AND FIRE AT MA 23 Tau! Libra is assoicated with High Winds.
"Winds as strong as 50 mph fed the blaze yesterday, making it more difficult for firefighters to contain it, Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Jim Wells said in a telephone interview"
I have mentioned that the advent of Saturn entering Leo put the danger of fires much higher. I think wildfires are something that all of the West Coast must guard against especially with Saturn in LEO - old,
strong and serious fire can rage unchecked for long periods of time.
So far this year, wildfires have charred 8.16 million acres nationwide, compared with 7.74 million acres by the same time last year, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.