posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 09:03 PM
I am a Vedic and a sidereal Western astrologer. Our group predicted a strong earthquale in Japan from this January till the end of the Saturn Virgo
period (lasting until mid-November this year) but we failed to bring it public, Neither did we pin down possible dangerous periods. We were too
occupied in terms of mundane predictions with the Arab revolutions and our own country. In retrospect, making a chart for the time and place of the
earthquake it is perfectly logical in our learning including the resulting tsunami and possible damage to atomic power plants.
I will provide more details if you are interested in Vedic details (spiced up with outer planets). Had we studied the case in more detail, it would
have come out that it would be an especially damaging earthquake event especially with the resulting tsunami and radioactive problems.
What I am trying to say now is that the few days, especially tomorrow's Full Moon will be logical times for such a disaster to roll on. The Moon will
be at its nearest point to Earth in 18 years, which is usually a time of earthquakes. The near T-square with the retrograde Saturn - almost at the
same point where modern Japan's chart is would have alerted us to a very severe event.
Here's the prediction: 1. Fukushima will melt down tomorrow or early on during the Vrigo Moon,
2. More earthquake is coming
When the Moon goes into Virgo, it can have an immediate effect. This happens on 3/19, 2011 at 19:33:51 Japan time. The Full Moon is at 3:20, 2011 at
3:09:51. One would expect a buildup of problems with the reactor or another smaller natural catastrophe during these hours. An EQ on the West side of
the USA is also possible - a geologist was quoted who also took the Moon's apogee into consideration. However, troubles may not be over until Virgo
Moon ends, which is 3/21, 2011 at 18:35 Japan time. From that point on, international co-operation is truly needed.
During this time frame, when the Moon enters into Hashtha nakshatra - 3/20, 2011, 11:10:52 is another problem surfacing - relating to the past. The
Moon passes Saturn on 3/20, 2011, around 4:10. On 3/21, at 8:03:52 the Moon enters Chitra, a Martian nakshatra, which is also dangerous.
Dangerous or troubling times will not end though, for Mars will go into Pisces on 3/25, at 20:03:02. This bodes for suffering and sacrifices, but
sudden events are not excluded either, for example when Mars passes the position of transiting Uranus on April 04th, 5:51:52.
As we can see, a catastrophe like this unfolds in characteristic stages.
My thoughts and heart are with the brave and disciplined people of Japan who show extraordinary dedication to human values during this time of a
national tragedy and a possible impending nuclear disaster.
I personally hope something like that will be controlled and that may also happen at one of the above peaks submitted. The Full Moon and the hours
before it are a decisive time tomorrow - as it is for a possible Americal EQ. So will be the Mars-Uranus meeting later on April 4th in the nakshatra
of mandated suffering, Uttara Bhadra. If Fukushima survives the Virgo Moon - which will aspect the catastrophe's planets - especially the Full Moon
in the early part of it, we can still expect things to drag on. If it survives April 4th without major radioactive fallout, or a new EQ or tsunami (or
water problem, since MArs and URanus will be in a Saturnian part of a water sign meaning sacrifice or self-sacrifice, we can hope for the gradual
easing of problems existing now.
All the above times use the sidereal zodiac. Most Western astrologers use the tropical zodiac, and I invite anyone from that theory to give their
thoughts of their exact aspect-based astrological system. Usually these just add to each other not exclude although the planets are named in different
times in the sidereal charts.
The time of the earthquake is 14:46 on March 11, Sendai time. Modern Japan was founded on the basis of a treaty signed in the city of San Francisco on
4/28, 1952, at 22:30 SF time - but one can argue to recalculate positions for the same time moment in Tokyo.