The Ballerinas of Cairo are refusing to be intimidated by the recent terrorist attacks that shook the Egyptian capital. Instead, they're taking to the streets. The dancers' project to reclaim the streets for women went viral when they began twirling their way around the city, sharing photographs and videos online. Dec. 21 http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-38398746
A chart for the current New Moon of November 29 drawn for Cairo is shown here. Notice that the New Moon (a) forms a T-square with Neptune-Nodal Axis and (b) is anchored to a Venus-Pluto-Uranus-Jupiter T-square on the angles. The New Moon is placed in the 8th house.
The 8th house rules fear, anxiety and loss. In psychological astrology it is the house of inner transformation and growth. But It should be remembered that true transformation follows the burst of creativity that occurs after the lessons of this house have been properly digested. Only by facing our innermost fears are we able to overcome them and move on with the strength of experience and wisdom. http://www.skyscript.co.uk/temples/h8.html
Here Neptune is conjunct kappa Pegasi in the forefoot of Pegasus. Symbolically, the Flying Horse Pegasus represents the freedom that the chained woman Andromeda can claim once she overcomes the fears of Cetus, the Sea Monster sent to devour her. With the forefoot of Pegasus here, Diana Rosenberg links this area with dancers.
In addition, the Venus-Pluto-Uranus-Jupiter T-square on the angles is also confirming the regeneration of an art form.