Thursday, 21 July 2016

US Navy's newest $12.9bn supercarrier doesn't work

The U.S. Navy’s newest aircraft carrier isn’t ready for warfare. The $12.9 billion USS Gerald R. Ford -- the most expensive warship ever built -- may struggle to launch and recover aircraft, mount a defense and move munitions, according to the Pentagon’s top weapons tester. On-board systems for those tasks have poor or unknown reliability issues, according to a June 28 memo obtained by Bloomberg News. July 20.

A chart for the current New Moon of July 4 drawn for Washington DC will help explain this fiasco. Notice that the New Moon which forms a T-square with Pluto and the TNP Zeus (the military) [2] straddles the meridian. 

The New Moon [13cn] is conjunct the star Canopus, alpha Argo Navis – the Celestial Ship. It is opposite Pluto [16cp] which in turn is conjunct the stars of the Archer and the Eagle. These figures combine to produce the image depicted above. In a previous post [1] we have shown how the image is a perfect symbol for a military aircraft. Now if we combine Canopus with the Archer and the Eagle do we not have the aircraft carrier! The TNP Kronos [2] is linked to fame and the TNP Hades [2] to mistakes and messy situations. Since these are conjunct the Canopus New Moon we have the suggestion that a top of the line aircraft carrier has a whole lot of mistakes in its design.

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