Tuesday, September 30, 2008

DejaVu Religious Stampede in India Kills at Least 147

Like a bad dream running over and over again, these horrific stampedes occur in India on a regular basis (last one on August 3, 2008). India and the places like Chamunda Devi temple, at the southern edge of the 15th-century Mehrangarh fort can become places of death and ecstasy. In India, where a nine-day festivals like Navratra that celebrates the nine incarnations of the Hindu mother goddess Durga occur. The last major stampede occurred on August 3rd 2008 in Bilaspur, India when Mars was applying to a wicked opposition with Uranus (exact on August 6th) right after the historic Solar Eclipse August 1, 2008. The eclipse path put the eclipse in the 8th house, with Mars and Uranus opposition were active. The August 3rd. tragedy was another sacred nine-day festival to celebrate Shravan Navratras,that honors the Hindu goddess Shakrti, or divine mother. All incarnations of the Divine Mother or Kali-Ma are angry to say the least considering how humans are treating this planet!

Still all for many of us are now feeling DejaVu rather psychic feelings, spiritual revelations from the Mercury-Neptune trines in September and October
Sun, Moon, Mercury and Mars all in Libra in the first in hard aspect to Jupiter reflected this second tragic stampede in the Jodphur. Jupiter which is about expanded religiousity
is intercepted in the 4th house which signfies the foundation or base of the society and its traditions or the folk-soul.
The chart above shows critical mutable degrees (29*) at the angles and Pluto the incarnate of Shiva and Kali almost exactly at the IC.

Chiron near N Node of destiny in the 5th house of celebrations and festivals is closely opposed both S. Node and Ceres in Leo (letting of adulation) in the collective, group orientation in the 11th. Also to note that the Mega Saturn-Uranus Opposition sits in the 12th and 6th houses respectively reflecting so many injuries from being involved in spiritual ceremonies.

Television footage showed dead pilgrims strewn on the narrow walkway about 150 yards from the Chamunda Devi temple, at the southern edge of the 15th-century Mehrangarh fort in Jodphur, in the western state of Rajasthan. It was the second deadly religious tragedy in the past few months in India, where pilgrim stampedes are not uncommon.

Stampede in India Kills at Least 147 -

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