Katy Morgan-Davies spent the first 30 years of her life imprisoned by a cult in south London. The sect was run by her father. He never let her go to school or speak to other children and forbade her from seeing a doctor when she was ill. Then one day in 2013, she escaped. Jan.27 http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-38760069
The astrology behind the story was covered in a previous blogpost. Here we are only interested in understanding why it is in the news now. To do this we look at the chart of the New Moon of Jan. 28 at London.
Notice that the New Moon is placed significantly on the IC and resides amongst the stars of Capricorn, the goat, Aquila the eagle and those of Indus. Aquila is a bird of prey so that this constellation often refers to tyrants and dictators. Besides, in ancient Orphic and Platonic doctrine Capricornus was heaven’s gate so that there is deep feeling for religion and with Aquila a tendency to religious absolutism. Resonating to the same theme is the constellation Indus. About Indus, Nick Fiorenza adds that is the world of the shaman, it is ceremonial and passionate but it can quickly degenerate into fanaticism and obsession.
Finally, we notice that the Jupiter-Uranus (lucky break) opposition aligned with the horizon. Uranus [20ar] is conjunct the stars zeta Andromeda, the chained Princess and Baten Kaitos of Cetus, in the belly of the Sea Monster. Diana Rosenberg links these stars to events where people find themselves broken on the rocks of life and yet it is also an area of great breakthroughs and transformation when people pull through often ending up with a sense of personal destiny.