Sunday, 18 September 2016

Saturn-Neptune and multi-congruence

Sinkhole opens up in Florida
A massive sinkhole that opened underneath a gypsum stack at a Mosaic phosphate fertilizer plant in Mulberry may have dumped at least 215 million gallons of contaminated water into the Floridan Aquifer over the past three weeks, company officials say. And it could be months before the hole is plugged, the officials acknowledge.  Sept.16

Canada Just Legalized Heroin for Medical Use
Much like in the United States, Canada has seen a spike in the rates of opiate use among its populace. Over a four-month period early this year, 256 Canadians died after overdosing on fentanyl, the same substance tied to “bad batches” of heroin that have been killing Americans. In order to respond to what Canadian officials see as a growing threat, Health Canada launched new proposals in May to “allow doctors to prescribe heroin to some opioid addicts who do not respond to treatments such as methadone.” 

On September 8, Canada enacted these new rules as a response to the country’s “opioid overdose crisis.” But despite the changes, drug war laws remain mostly in place, meaning the only change regulators made was to the health code, allowing healthcare providers to prescribe the substance only to individuals who have an addiction problem. Also, these prescriptions may only happen “under a special-access program in cases where traditional treatment has failed.”

Elwell has defined the term multicongruence as  the tendency for certain things and conditions to co-occur because they belong together at a higher, unmanifest level. He points out that we are conditioned not to attach too much significance to coincidences that occur. However, anybody who follows the news carefully will not fail to notice that sometimes there is a run of “similar” events. We can understand the symbolic connection of the two events above if we look at the progressed Cancer Ingress charts for the two places. Notice that in both the cases a T containing the Saturn-Neptune square straddles the meridian. In the first case the stable ground (Saturn) suddenly collapses (Neptune) while  in the second  the structure of the law (Saturn)  is weakened or becomes more flexible (Neptune).

Saturn/Neptune infiltrates, weakens, dismantles, or dissolves a rational structure or stronghold. Deflation, recessionary periods, and sinkholes are examples of Saturn/Neptune. The best way to navigate through Saturn/Neptune is to stay flexible and to allow what is naturally developing to shape up and to prove itself.

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