Wednesday, 13 July 2016

David Cameron bows out

David Cameron has been given a standing ovation by Conservative MPs after his final Prime Minister's Questions. The prime minister, who will go to Buckingham Palace later to tender his resignation to the Queen, told MPs he would "miss the roar of the crowd". Defending his achievements in office, he said there had been many "amazing moments" during his six years in power. Home Secretary Theresa May is preparing to succeed Mr Cameron later after her own audience with the Queen. July 13, 2016

David Cameron announced his resignation as PM on June 24, when the result of the Brexit referendum became known. His horoscope is available at Astro-Databank [1]. Let us recall that the Full Moon eclipse [3li] of March 23 shown here fell on his radix Ascendant [1li33]. The eclipse aligned with the meridian axis at London and formed a T-square with the TNPs Kronos-Hades which, among other things, stands for the decline (Hades) of a leader (Kronos). The Moon was conjunct the newly discovered Dwarf Planet Makemake. About Makemake Nick Fiorenza [2] writes  that it impels leaders to  ensure a healthy, prosperous and abundant life for the people in general. It  may also act to sort out those who are truly worthy of being in a leadership role from those who are not.

If we progress the eclipse chart to June 24, the progressed horizon aligns with Makemake and the eclipse axis so that a leader who was not worthy of being in the leadership role resigned.

And finally, before wrapping up, here is Cameron’s progressed precession corrected solar return for July 13, when he actually bows out. Notice Pluto on the MC, Uranus on the Ascendant opposite his Sun and TNPs Kronos-Hades on the IC. Uranus-Pluto is about the end of an order. And not surprisingly, the Sabian symbol for the Sun[16li53] is “a retired sea captain”.

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