Thursday, 25 August 2016

Indian man carries dead wife's body for 12km




An impoverished man in India carried his wife's body for 12km after the hospital where she died allegedly failed to provide an ambulance to carry the body back to their village. Dana Majhi's wife Amang, 42, died from tuberculosis in the district hospital in Bhawanipatna town in Orissa state. Mr Majhi said his village was 60km (37 miles) away and he couldn't afford to hire a vehicle. The hospital authorities have denied his charge. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-37183011





The last total solar eclipse of March 9 will help explain this news. At Bhawanipatna, the eclipse was placed in the 12th house linked to hospitals [1]. It was placed amid stars in the flowing waters of  Aquarius. These stars bring up the theme of humanitarianism or the lack of it as in this case. The eclipse is conjunct Neptune and square Saturn. Since Saturn rules scarcity or lack while Neptune rules compassion, it brings up a story that deals with hard-heartedness. Neptune in the 12th is conjunct the asteroid Orpheus (death) and opposite Jupiter in Virgo in the 6th (house of illness) [1]. Jupiter-Neptune is linked to respiratory diseases as the extract [2] below explains:

Neptune in Pisces tends to weaken the physical constitution and can get sloppy with sanitation; Jupiter in Virgo really exaggerates this. It is hard to say if this will play out stronger in individuals charts or on a broader scale, but there is potential for big outbreaks here, so take extra precautions regarding hygiene, environmental safety and the like. Respiratory infection – fluids in the lungs is a Neptune/Pisces thing- might be a particular concern.





If we now progress the eclipse chart to August 24, the date of the news, we find that the progressed MC triggers the eclipse T-square on that day confirming its role in the news story.


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