Sunday, 26 February 2017

London car accident at solar eclipse

A 25-year-old man is in a critical condition and four others are injured after a car crashed in to them in south-east London, police have said. The five pedestrians were hit by a Mercedes on Bromley Road in Bellingham just before 08:30 GMT. A 35-year-old woman and another 25-year-old man initially described as being in a critical condition are now stable, as are two men aged 36 and 45. Feb.26

The news of the accident comes at the Solar Eclipse. A chart for the eclipse at London has the now familiar Mars-Uranus-Jupiter-Pluto T-square on the meridian axis.
Mars-Uranus-Pluto is a violent combination. Ebertin includes the keywords “injury and accidents” under this combination

With Mars and Uranus is the asteroid Phaethon. Martha Wescott defines Phaethon as under:

PHAETHON: Instances that involve cars, transport, driving; other forms of recklessness—feeling out of control—as though you’ve taken on more than you can handle; having trouble keeping to the middle of the road!

Finally we note that the Sabian symbol for the eclipse degree 9 pisces also resonates with the idea of speed.

8-9 deg Pisces A Jockey Spurs His Horse, Intent On Outdistancing His Rivals

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