Saturday, 5 November 2016

'Lost nuke' discovered off Canada coast

The Canadian navy will be heading to the coast of British Columbia to investigate claims that a diver may have come across “the lost nuke” – a Mark IV bomb that went missing after an American B-36 bomber crashed in the region during the cold war. Diver Sean Smyrichinsky was wrapping up a day of diving near Haida Gwaii, an archipelago 80km west of the coast of British Columbia, when he stumbled across what may be the remains of the world’s first known “broken arrow” – the code name for accidents involving American nuclear weapons. Nov. 4

This event can be best understood if we begin with the chart for the September 1 solar eclipse drawn fot Haida Gwaii.  Notice that the eclipse along with its Mars-Saturn-Neptune T-square straddles the meridian and is therefore very significant for the place. Here Saturn [10sa] is the conjunct the star Antares [10sa] which is linked to what has come to known as the “Nuclear Axis” (9ge-9sa) [1]. Mars itself is  associated with war and weapons ( bomb) and Neptune to the ocean and what is hidden or concealed. But in addition Neptune [11pi] is part of the Arabic lunar mansion Sa’d al-Akhbiyah – the Luck of Hidden Things. Dr. Eric Morse writes that it  indicates the ability to discover that which is hidden or lost.

If we now progress the eclipse chart to November 4, the date of the news, the eclipse along with its T-square aligns with the horizon thus triggering the event.

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