Thursday, 16 June 2016

Chinese Surgeon Plans the World’s First Full Head Transplant

A Chinese surgeon has announced that he will conduct the world’s first transplant of an entire human head within the next year, much to the dismay of medical leaders across the globe. Earlier this year, Doctor Ren Xiaoping of the Harbin Medical University in China claimed to have transplanted the head of a monkey, but the animal was immobile following the operation and had to be euthanized 20 hours later. Xiaoping was also one of the surgeons on the team who completed the first human hand transplant in the US in 1999. Now, the doctor claims he will attempt a head transplant on a human. The operation will involve removing a disabled volunteer’s head and attaching it to the body of a cadaver. June 17

Scientific advances are invariably accompanied by appropriate star patterns that hint at the specific nature of the advancement. At Harbin, the March 9 solar eclipse was placed square the horizon axis. The eclipse was conjunct stars in the stream of water from Aquarius’ urn, part of Gula, the ancient Great Doctoress. It also forms one leg of a powerful T-square with apex Saturn on the Descendant at Harbin. Saturn is conjunct the medical asteroid Aesculapia and the star Alpha (α) Hercules, Ras Algethi in the head of the Kneeling Man. Also here are stars of Ophiuchus who  is identified with Aesculapius (Asklepios, Asclepius), an ancient physician who grew so skilled in the craft of healing that he was able to restore the dead to life. However, because this was a crime against the natural order, Zeus destroyed him with a thunderbolt.

Finally, we also notice that Uranus [18ar], which is conjunct stars in the head of King Cepheus,  is trine Saturn [16sa]  and semi-sextile the eclipse Sun. And of course we know that Uranus is square Pluto, a combination linked to scientific breakthroughs. So if we now progress the eclipse chart to June 17, the date of the news, we find that the progressed meridian makes hard aspect to Uranus triggering the entire combination.

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