Sunday, 2 April 2017

Cargo ship Stellar Daisy vanishes in South Atlantic

A huge South Korean cargo ship which had 24 people on board has gone missing in the South Atlantic. Two Filipino sailors found on a life raft were rescued, AFP reported, citing a Uruguayan navy spokesman.On Friday (March 31), a crew member sent a text saying the 312m-long (1024ft) Stellar Daisy freighter was taking on water. The Uruguayan navy alerted merchant ships in the area, which began a search. A navy spokesman said they had reported a strong smell of fuel. The two people rescued had been found by commercial ships aiding the search, Yonhap news agency said. April 2, 2017

Solar eclipses are truly among the most  dramatic celestial phenomena. Well after they are over, they leave events in their wake that can be understood by the stars they activate. The last reported co-ordinates of  the freighter Stellar Daisy freighter was  latitude 23S04; longitude 43W46.  A chart for the  26 February eclipse drawn for these co-ordinates is shown here.  Notice that it is placed very significantly on the MC and makes hard aspects to the Mars-Uranus-Jupiter-Pluto T-square – a combination that is linked to accidents.

The eclipse [8pi] is among the stars of Pegasus. Diana Rosenberg states that Pegasus was a Phoenician symbol of navigation and connects them to shipwrecks.  Resonating with the same them is the star Mirfak, alpha Perseus on the Ascendant . Mirfak in China was  Tíen-Tchouen, the Celestial Ship. Once again for events in this area, Diana Rosenberg includes shipwrecks.

If we now progress the eclipse chart to March 31, the date of the accident, we find that the Mars-Uranus-Jupiter-Pluto T-square aligns with the meridian triggering the event.  Here Mars and Uranus are conjunct  zeta (ζ) Cetus,  Baten Kaitos, a topaz yellow star in the belly of the Sea Monster.  Diana Rosenberg writes that Baten Kaitos is one of most frequently found stars involved in shipwrecks.

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