Sunday, 12 February 2017

Eclipse raises consciousness about dating frauds



People looking for love online are being urged to do a search of phrases in the messages they receive to help them spot sweet-talking conmen. A new UK campaign, starting on Sunday, aims to raise awareness about the growing problem of online dating fraud. The campaign, Date Safe, suggests criminals are using love letter templates and an online search could flag up some of the stock phrases. Police say the average dating scam victim is aged 49 and loses £10,000. The new report, published by the City of London Police and the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, also reveals that on average, money is transferred within 30 days of initial contact with the perpetrator. Feb.13 http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-38936509






The news on the online dating scam comes just after the Full Moon eclipse of Feb. 12. At London the eclipse luminaries were aligned with the meridian axis and highlighted a Leo-Aquarius polarity.
Leo  demands that personal integrity must precede any participation in the world--embodied by Leo's opposite, Aquarian pole. Without this inner integrity, its opposite pole, "the Water Bearer," is self sacrificing, entrapped in a sympathetic resonance, giving self away at the cost of one's heart truth.

The eclipse Moon [22le] is conjunct the asteroid of Hera [21le] with both square the asteroids Arachne [25sc] and Sappho [25sc]. Keywords for the asteroids provided by Martha Wescott are as under:

ARACHNE: Intricate detail; creation of intrigue and entanglement; layered complications/meanings; entrapment.
HERA: events through partners & partnership.
SAPPHO: Friendship; bonding; feeling close to or the same as others.

The following sentence can be derived from the interaction of these asteroids.


For those seeking marriage partners, friendships (online dating here) can lead to entrapment.

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