Sunday, 25 December 2016

Russian military plane crashes in Black Sea







A Russian military plane with 92 people on board has crashed into the Black Sea, Russia's defence ministry says. The plane disappeared from radar 20 minutes after taking off from the resort of Sochi at 05:20 (02:20 GMT). Fragments have now been found. The defence ministry said the Tu-154 was carrying service personnel, members of the famed Alexandrov military band, and reporters. Dec. 25 http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-38430164




The cardinal ingresses of the Sun are very important events in mundane astrology. Just a few days ago the Sun entered Capricorn and a chart for this event at Sochi is shown here. Notice that it has the current Jupiter-Zeus-Uranus-Pluto-Mercury T square straddling the meridian axis.  On the MC with Pluto and retrograde Mercury is the asteroid Icarus that Martha Wescott associates with aircrafts. For the combination Icarus-Pluto, a possible delineation is “radical events connected with planes”.  The TNP Zeus is linked with the military as is the 6th house where it resides. With Zeus is the asteroid Siva, for which a keyword is death or destruction.

On the MC is the star Sheliak of Lyra about which Nick Fiorenza writes:

Lyra, and prominent alignments with Lyra, indicate involvement with the music of the spheres, that is, the use of natural astronomically and resonant harmonics for healing, illumination, and for greater evolutionary purpose. Prominent alignments and aspects to Lyra are often found in musicians, artists and those involved with art-sciences and multi-media projects--those with intent to use harmonics of light, sound, and geometry for the expansion of consciousness. http://lunarplanner.com/Lyre.html


Putting the pieces together  the Capricorn Ingress chart carries the possibility of the death of musicians on board a military aircraft.




Finally, we notice that a chart for the Waning Crescent Moon of December 25 resonates with the Ingress chart since it carries the same T-square on the meridian axis.

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