posted on May, 25 2010 @ 04:30 PM
April 20th ‘s fatal blast in the Gulf of Mexico happened under a sky that featured Saturn (business as usual) exactly opposed to Uranus
(explosions), which is moving into position with Pluto (hidden power) for their long-running square. Ceres, the asteroid of the Earth Mother,
conjoined Pluto, the despoiler, in the sign Capricorn (corporations) within a degree.
The fact that this was no ordinary oil spill became clear right away as the disaster moved through several quick meaning changes in the public mind:
from that of an accident brought on by the failure of a mechanical device, to that of an example of how government fails to regulate oil companies, to
that of an entire system where corporate interests are allowed to commit travesties against Nature.
The rig explosion coincided with the entry of Chiron (wounding) into Pisces (oceans) that very day. Horrified TV viewers saw aerial photographs of the
blue sea turning into a conflagration of toxic crude. According to a report cited by Al Gore, the sheer size of the befoulment amounts to an Exxon
Valdez every four days. The mind reels. The heart recoils.
The negligence leading up to the accident appears to be so gross that one might expect the company in charge to be out of business in a New York
minute … if that company were any other than Halliburton. But that’s whose careless work cementing the oil well is being blamed — by BP America
(talk about the pot calling the kettle black) — for the disaster.
The rogues’ gallery on display during this latest phase of the Saturn-square-Pluto period include Big Oil and Dick Cheney’s Halliburton, who stand
accused of environmental desecration; and, at the hearings in Washington, the Goldman Sachs boys, who stand accused of gaming the financial crisis for
personal gain like weekend gamblers on a tear. Like all archetypal figures, these characters are a reflection of the group mind. They mirror back to
us the toxic greed of the capitalist world.
At first the media tried to make hay out of the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe. The infotainment industry is, like our Wall Street gamblers, amoral.
Their job is to focus on what viewers enjoy, and box office numbers tell them that the public enjoys fireballs. So the first response of the news
programs was to milk the calamity for its sensationalist appeal. But the media bites its tongue when the dirty secrets percolate to the top. Such as
the evidence unearthed by astrologer Eric Francis showing that the spill occurred in a marine dump area (Pluto governs dumps and garbage): a body of
water whose secreted depths hid unexploded bombs and torpedoes.