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Friday, January 08, 2010

Earthquakes yesterday and today and maybe the big-un next week.

Yesterday the Silicon Valley had a weetol little earthquake, a 4.1'er. I thought I'd skip mentioning it. I didn't personally feel it, and I'm going through an extended Mars Return right now, so I'm extra Leo, and if I didn't personally feel it, meh, who cares? Maybe it doesn't exist. Leo has it's great points, but this isn't one of them.

So, now we just had another one. Kind of a weird one. I did feel this one so I'm a little panicky and suddenly my Saturn is kicking in. It sounded like a 5 ton version of Nadia Comenici landing on the roof and bouncing and then recovering to win the Gold. The timber cracked. I hate that. Oh yeah, Nadia never bounced, she was perfect. It's kind of stupid to be thinking about those tiny little gymnasts as weighing more than a yarn ball anyway.

Meanwhile, back at earthquake central, two quick jerks and now some guy is hysterically pacing around the library calling everyone he knows.

Libra and Aries are major times for earthquakes in Northern California. That's what I've found at least. I call this Earthquake season. Earthquakes seem to enjoy Cardinal Signs overall. Southern California often gets the big ones on the opposite Cardinal Poles, Cancer/Capricorn. The little ones happen all year long. But, when I went over the USGS site it said that we've had 700 little ones in the last week (including Nevada, but that's probably just target practice at Yucca Mountain). Check it out: http://quake.usgs.gov/recenteqs/latest.htm

The Cardinal Capricorn Sun is super prominent right now. It's conjunct the North Node and Venus and Mercury Rx. Mercury is conjunct Pluto and these are squaring Saturn in Libra. That can't be good.

The Nodal Axis is also in a Cardinal Sign and will hit Pluto pretty soon. (And when I say "hit" I mean "Hit")

What's making things worse I suppose are the Eclipses. Right now we're sandwiched within a set. And this set is set between two sets which occur(ed) over last Summer and next Summer. (Partial Lunar: Dec. 31, 2009 2:12 pm EST, NY, NY and Solar Annular: Jan 15, 2010 2:11am EST, NY, NY). Mercury will be stationing Direct on next Friday's Eclipse.

Mars is also Retrograde. He is opposing Jupiter-Neptune-Chiron. He rules today's Earthquake. (He also rules Toddlers with bats) Neptune ruled yesterday's earthquake.

The big t-square of Saturn-Uranus-Pluto was set on the angles in yesterday's chart, but not in today's. But, these weren't huge earthquakes either.

Mars and Uranus are also prominent because they are singletons in these charts. That means that their energy isn't completely flowing in some way with the other planets and could somehow get pent up. Mars and Uranus like to create all kinds of accidents. They like to make earthquakes. Mars is singleton Fire in both charts. Uranus is double singleton yesterday in Water and Mutable. Today Uranus is singleton in Mutable.

I think that Jupiter likes to make Earthquakes predictable. He likes to tell us humans to pay attention. I'm not just saying that because I like Jupiter, he rules my Descendant.

What's really got me on edge are two things. The super big earthquakes in California have happened during January. And, it's January and we're the only people on earth right now with pretty good weather and it seems there will be a price to pay. The other thing is this damn Saturn-Pluto square. The already broken sewer system in this area is spewing carnitas and curry like a college kid at a Frat party.

Where's that Italian guy, the scientist who predicted the earthquake and people called the cops on him. I've been craving Italian food lately. It's the only cuisine I have bathed in recently. Or maybe the Italian food restaurants have plumbing hewn of Carrera marble.

Silicon Valley Earthquake 4.1
Jan. 7, 2010 10:09 am Milpitas, CA (6 miles east/ne of Milipitas)

Sun 18 Capricorn; Moon 22 Libra; ASC 10 Pisces; MC 19 Sagittarius; NN 22 Capricorn

Mercruy 11 Capricorn Rx (H11); Mars 18 Leo Rx (H6)

Silicon Valley Earthquake 3.8
Jan. 8, 2010 11:52 am Milpitas (where the sewer treatment planet is)

Sun 19 Capricorn; Moon 6 Scorpio; ASC 23 Aries; MC 14 Capricorn; NN 22 Capricorn

Mercury 10 Capricorn Rx (H9); Mars 18 Leo Rx

(2 mistakes edited 3/3/10)



Blogger bix said...

looks like a big one was today - saturday, 9 january.

6.5 eureka epicenter.

i was feeling the energy too, wondering if it's going to hit northern or southern california.

a few years ago, there was a swarm of over 600 quakes off the coast of oregon. about a month later the massive chinese quake happened. no question, the ring of fire has been tremendously active the past few years.

eagerly awaiting your astro interpretation.

6:11 PM  
Blogger Out The Comet's Ass said...

Hi Bix, didn't hear about this until this morning. Yeah, sometimes those maps on the USGS site are lit up like crazy all around the Pacific Ocean. So that's what the "Ring of Fire" is. Thanks.

11:10 AM  

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