Saturday, 30 July 2016

Norway Considers Giving Finland A Mountain As A Present

The asterism shows an upside down mountain top. The mountain is seen right-side up in the Southern Hemisphere around midnight in mid-July.

Thinking of giving a little summit to your neighbor for a 100th birthday present? What about a mountain? Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg said this week her government was considering a proposal to move the country's border 40 meters (about 130 feet) -- gifting Finland a mountain for its 100 years of independence in 2017.

A chart for the Full Moon of the current lunar cycle drawn for Oslo, Norway is shown here. It is significant for the place since it aligns with the meridian axis and makes hard aspects to the Jupiter-Neptune opposition.

Astrologically, Jupiter, the planet of abundance and generosity, rules philanthropy. When combined with empathetic Neptune the urge to give to others is so magnified that at times it gives rise to unbelievable generosity.

But does the chart tell us what is being gifted? It sure does. The Moon is conjunct stars in the constellation Mensa – the Mountain!

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