Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Rail bridge collapses in UK




The sudden collapse of a bridge has caused major disruption to trains between the East Midlands and London. Trains between London and Nottingham, Derby and Leicester have been cancelled or delayed and replacement buses have been put in place. The collapse, at Barrow Upon Soar, near Loughborough, happened in the early hours. Network Rail has been working to clear the route but does not expect it to re-open quickly. Residents said one side of the bridge had been sinking for several years and the crossing was due to be shut this week for repairs. July 2 http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-leicestershire-36950451







This news is elegantly explained by the chart for the last solar eclipse drawn for Loughborough. Notice that straddling the meridian is a T-square comprising Uranus-Pluto-Zeus. Pluto is in Capricorn.

In her article “Pluto in Capricorn and our decaying infrastructure,” Lynn Hayes wrote [1]:

One of the things I believe we’ll be facing over the next few years as Pluto travels through Capricorn is the erosion of the structures that support our human lives on the planet. Bridges, tunnels, buildings – all are ruled by Capricorn and subject to transformation while in Pluto’s domain.




If we now progress the eclipse chart to August 2, the day the bridge collapsed, notice that the T-square once again aligns with the meridian triggering its potential.


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