Friday, 16 September 2016

Saturn-Neptune square: Alabama pipeline ruptures

At least 250,000 gallons of gasoline have spilled following a pipeline rupture in central Alabama. Emergency responders are working to repair the spill, while Alabama and Georgia have declared a state of emergency due to possible fuel shortages. The spill, equivalent to 6,000 barrels, took place in a rural area southwest of Helena, Alabama, and was first noticed Friday. A spokesman for Colonial Pipeline said the spill has affected an area about two acres in size, Birmingham’s WBRC-TV reported. According to local media, the spill is located near Lindsey’s Crossing in Shelby County, about 28 miles southwest of Birmingham. Sept. 17

Regular readers of this blogsite will by now  be fully familiar with the methods used here.  Significant world events can be understood through use a variety of mundane astrology tools. Prominent among these are eclipses, planetary cardinal ingresses and lunations etc. Among these the cardinal ingresses of the Sun are routinely used to spot events. Shown here is the chart for the Cancer Ingress of the Sun at Helena, Alabama. With a Grand Cross straddling the meridian, it is clearly important for the place. The Saturn-Neptune square contained in the T is well known to be connected with oil (Neptune) related disasters (Saturn) [1][2]. Progressing the chart to Friday, September 16 brings the square once again to an alignment with the meridian triggering the event.

[2] Saturn/Neptune 2006

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