Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Emirates plane crash-lands at Dubai

Phoenix – the Firebird

An Emirates plane has crash-landed at Dubai International Airport. All 300 people on board were able to escape from the burning aircraft. The plane appeared to have landed on its belly, and images showed thick black smoke rising into the sky. The cause of the incident is not known. The Boeing 777 was flying to Dubai from the southern Indian state of Kerala. The Dubai government media office said all passengers were evacuated safely and no injuries have been reported. No cause has so far been established for the crash, but images shared on social media suggest a belly landing, which occurs when an aircraft lands without its landing gear fully extended, using its underside to come to a halt. Aug. 3

Pegasus – the Flying Horse

An Emirates airline plane has crash-landed at Dubai Airport after reportedly catching fire in mid-air. The Dubai government confirmed the jet - which took off from India earlier today - had made an emergency stop at the airport shortly after 1pm local time (10am UK time). None of the 300 people on board - including 24 Brits - are believed to have been injured and passengers have been evacuated. August 3

Astrologers recognize that eclipses begin to influence events at least three months prior to their actual occurrence. The upcoming eclipse of September 1 is placed in the 9th house at Dubai and part of a T-square with Mars-Saturn-Neptune that straddles the horizon axis. The 9th house rules airlines and by association aircrafts [1]. Ebertin describes Mars-Saturn as “harmful or destructive energy” and is often active at the time of accidents [2]. So what activated the eclipse almost a month earlier? Transit Saturn [9sa51]which is now stationing to go direct on August 13 is squaring the eclipse degree [9vi21] acts as an early trigger.

But perhaps more interesting are the stars that form the backdrop to Neptune [10pi39] in the T-square. Here we have epsilon Phoenicis in Phoenix, the Firebird (an aircraft on fire ?) and kappa Pegasi, in the Flying Horse’s forefeet (landing gear of the aircraft ?).

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