Donald Trump had already been up for over an hour, tweeting about the attorney general and his meetings with the Russians. Clearly, the president was still fuming about Jeff Sessions’ announcement that he was recusing himself from any investigations into Russian interference with the election. But as the sun began to rise over the Florida coast on Saturday morning, he did something extraordinary, even by his standards. In a series of tweets, he accused his predecessor, Barack Obama, of wiretapping Trump Tower during the election.
“Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!” March 4
To understand the news above, I present two charts (a) Donald Trump’s current lunar return chart (b) the chart for the Crescent Moon of March 1 at Washington, DC.
A Lunar Return chart is one that is calculated for the exact moment that the Moon returns to the same sign-degree-minute where it was at birth. This occurs every month. This chart gives information on how the next 28 days will go for the person from whom it is drawn. On the other hand, a Moon phase chart describes the “astrological weather” at any place. Any chart, has something significant to say if the horizon or meridian axis are strongly aspected.
Readers will notice that both Trump’s return chart as well as the Crescent Moon phase chart carry the Mars-Uranus-Jupiter-Pluto T-square on the horizon axis.
At the core of the T-square is still the Uranus-Pluto square. The essence of Uranus in Aries square to Pluto in Capricorn is the vexing question: Who decides what is permissible in society? Do individuals have the freedom to choose what they will or won’t do, or do collective agencies — from public opinion to various kinds of dominant social institutions — have the power to determine what actions will and won’t be allowed? Uranus in Aries can mean standing up for individual freedom through the protection (and sometimes the reassertion) of personal rights against the draconian power of a collective — whether governmental, corporate, or social — that no longer considers the needs of individuals.
In Capricorn, Pluto symbolizes the overwhelming power of large institutions, including governments, corporations, and all social organizations , which may be either just (by taking account legally and morally of the greatest good for all in the attempt to serve the society) or unjust (by operating in secrecy to serve only the institution itself or the elites in power).
Finally, we note that in each chart, the asteroid Atlantis [20 - 21cn] is opposite Pluto occupying what is technically called the reaction point of the T-square. Among other things, Martha Wescott links Atlantis with spying or invasion of privacy .
ATLANTIS: Sense of impending doom; belief in deserved punishment/negative karma; invasions of privacy; access to inside or confidential information; abuse of resources, talents or information; importance of confidentiality/use of knowledge; water disasters; warnings.