Sunday, 21 August 2016

China opens world's highest and longest glass bridge






The world's "highest and longest" glass bottomed bridge has opened to the public in central China. The 430 metre long, six metre wide structure connects two mountains in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province. It cost 22.5 million yuan (£2.5million) to build, according to state-run Xinhua news agency. Designed by Israeli architect Haim Dotan, visitors are able to peer down 300 metres to the ground through the transparent floor. Ninety nine panes make up the three layers of glass, which were smashed by men with sledgehammers in a publicity stunt to demonstrate their strength prior to the opening. Aug.20 https://www.sott.net/article/325920-China-opens-worlds-highest-and-longest-glass-bridge







The bridge, in the Tianmenshan National Forest Park in Zhangjiajie,  stretches 430m across a deep gorge with a terrifying 300m drop to the bottom of the valley. It was opened just after the lunar eclipse of August 18. A chart for the eclipse has it placed very significantly square the meridian axis and the TNP Admetus [0ge12] on the IC. Hold your breath the Sabian symbol for Admetus is :

Phase 61: A GLASS BOTTOMED BOAT REVEALS UNDERSEA WONDERS. [1]

The symbol essentially means that a new dimension of reality is being perceived. For this to happen, the conscious mind must become at least translucent so the boat is glass bottomed and so is the bridge!

The eclipse also makes a hard aspect to the TNP Kronos which is conjunct the star Alzirr. Xi (ξ) Gemini, Alzirr, is a 4th-magnitude star on the right foot of the Eastern Twin (Pollux) in the constellation of the Twins. Kronos indicates tall structures, mountains, the  height reached by airplanes - generally, highly situated places [2]. The Twins are often depicted hugging each other implying a connection between things. Here the new bridge provides a connection between two mountain peaks.


[1] Sabian Symbols Degree Meanings | Cafe Astrology .com


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