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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Suicides at Cornell

Cornell University in Ithaca, New York has been put on suicide alert as 6 students have committed suicide during the current school year. 3 committed suicide during the Fall, 2009 semester and 3 more have committed suicide since the 2010 Winter/Spring Semester began.

I'll list the names and birth information that I have found for the 3 students who passed most recently. All 3 were white male and all 3 jumped off the bridges that apparently surround the school. From what I can gather Cornell had a high suicide rate in the early 2000's, especially among its Asian students. (some sort of Pluto in Sagittarius transit due to Sagittarius rulership of international affairs?) Between about 2005-2008 there were no suicides.

The 3 young men who are listed below were born while Pluto was in Scorpio and just as Uranus and Neptune were in conjunction in Capricorn. This is going to be more reserved and driven generation. They are probably more vulnerable to not thinking they can live up to all their ambitions. These are slow moving planets that a generation shares.

Pluto/Scorpio is related to all topics that are taboo, such as Sex, Death and Other people's money. This generation won't show its feelings easily only to express it self in a crisis type of manner. The Capricorn planets, Uranus and Neptune, can show a generation that is very aware of what doesn't work in the world. They will either be intolerant of such problems or will go to great lengths to fix the problems. Either way, they might be either more insecure than other generations, or colder in feeling. I heard that a pair of students who observed one of the jumpers made sure that 911 had been called and then left the scene. This is the practical Capricorn mentality. Capricorn is very ambitious and success oriented and has a great fear of failure. These kids need some touchy feely. Oh, yes they do. Yes, those cute little Cornell kids, bite your head off with their big fat brains, Goochy-goochy-goo most certainly do. I doubt they spent much time playing tickle games as kids and just laughing. Oh yeah, they were probably all disciplined with that "Time Out" slogan. That's so Capricorn (rules "time"). Bah. They're not like us Pluto in Virgos who were just fine sitting in front of the Boob Tube for hours. We had Pisces on the other end of our Axis. Time to bring back goofy Cancer comedy gags. Hope I'm wrong. I can see them standing in utter mortification at reading this.

Either way, this is the generation that is probably most advanced culture-wise. They might not have a sense of their own individuality, however.

Either way, they were born during a serious recession and they might have been more vulnerable to the current one, i.e. the Saturn-Uranus-Pluto t-square.

May these young kids' spirits' Rest in Peace. I send my condolences to their families.

The information is here for anyone who wants to study it maybe later down the line. I didn't save the sources, but tried to get it off of obituaries.

Bradley Ginsburg, Age 18
b. Apr. 26, 1991 (maybe from Boca Baton, Florida)
d. Feb. 17, 2010 slightly before 10:10 am, Ithaca, Cornell, NY

Sun 6 Taurus; Moon Virgo or Libra; NN 24 Capricorn
Uranus-Neptune conjunction possibly in Grand Square with Moon, Mars, Mercury all in early Cardinal degrees

William Sinclair, Age 19
b. Apr. 10, 1990
d. Mar. 11, 2010 Fall Creek Gorge, Cornell, NY

Sun 21 Aries; Moon Libra or Scorpio; NN 14 Aquarius

Matthew Zika, Age 21
b. Jan. 23, 1989 Lafayette, NY?
d. Mar. 12, 2010 3:45 pm Ithaca, Cornell, NY

Sun 4 Aquarius; Moon Leo or Virgo; NN 7 Pisces

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