Saturday, 10 September 2016

Solar Eclipse ignites N.Korea nuclear test

North Korea has confirmed it has conducted its most powerful nuclear test to date, marking the 68th anniversary of its founding with a reminder to the world that it may be edging closer to developing a warhead capable of striking the US mainland. Friday morning’s test, which triggered a magnitude 5.3 earthquake, drew immediate condemnation from North Korea’s neighbours and Washington.

This New Moon of Sept.1  eclipse lies in the midst of the stars of Leo and primarily under the auspices of Thuban of Draco . This is the brightest star in the constellation of Draco, the Dragon. The word dragon entered the English language from the Greek word δράκων, drakon.  A severe and totalitarian leader came to be likened to a dragon. In a way, North Korea’s leaders can be said to be draconian.

The eclipse forms one leg of a prominent T-square with Mars-Saturn-Neptune that straddles the meridian at Pyongyang.  Neptune brings a feeling of weakness. And quite often when people feel weak they overcompensate and try to act strong.  Mars-Saturn aspects’ have a reputation for ruthless, controlling and even brutal behaviors that could actually be originating from a deep feeling of powerlessness. 

Here Saturn is conjunct the star Antares, which is linked to nuclear expolsions [1]. It is about 6 degrees separated from the MC. Progressing the chart to Sept.9, brings the MC to an alignment with Saturn triggering the T-square.

A chart drawn for the exact time of the test [00:30 UT] on Friday has Uranus on the descendant . Notice that Uranus is anchored to the eclipse T-square which  also aspects the angles confirming its role in the test.

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