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30-01-2005, 13:25
Saturn and Lilith in Cancer squared Jupiter in Libra squared Chiron, Venus, and Mercury in Capricorn squared the north node of the moon in Aries.

Saturn has been retrograde in Cancer for quite some time, Jupiter is slowing to stationary at this time read to be retrograde with Pallas-Athena included in the retrograde actions.

Pluto and Mars are conjuncted in Sagatarius, this makes a trine to the 25 degree point of the north node.

the moon has entered Libra and will eclipse Jupiter on Tuesday, and Jupiter will go retrograde on that day.

Lots of opposition to an empty sign of Leo. This is a challange to leadership, especially with the economic issues and how the different groups will fulfill their long-term goals. The Transiting Accendant will tell how the day moves foreward, espeically as it crosses into communication signs like Gemini, Virgo, and Libra. It's going to be a challange.

01-02-2005, 13:16
The eclipse of Jupiter by the moon in the kings stationary position indicates the move to a new government for Iraq. This is essentially the birthcharte for the current incarnation of Iraq. So, how does the Moon in Libra affect the situation?

With the Sun in Aqarius, the fixed air sign, and Libran moon energies creates a changing, but stable and communicative effort. It will be interesting to see how the close degrees of Mars and Pluto in Sagittarius will develop over time in this tensious land.

Venus and Chiron in Capricorn will help create a government that can be accepted by the people, however the insurgencies that are inevitable should be kept in control. This is a turnign point for the new age, mercury in Aquarius will determine how this age of expected tolerance will develop, with fear and overconservation, be susccesful and we engage a more productive world, or it degrades to a dangerous slide to destruction.

Lunar Libra is changable so the siutaitons will usually deal with a clash of what the law of the time should be, and now we in America and around the world are questioning that every day.