Friday, 26 May 2017

Dogs attack their owners in UK

Two people have been hospitalised after being attacked by their own dogs in their home. Derbyshire police and paramedics were called to a house in Boythorpe Road, Chesterfield, shortly after 7.20pm last night to reports that a man and a woman had been injured by their dogs.  Both were taken to hospital by East Midlands Ambulance Service. Police said the woman is badly injured while the man is in a "less serious" condition.  May 26

The chart for the New Moon of May 25 at Chesterfield falls on the descendant square the nodal axis (Moon Wobble). In a previous post [1], I have related the Manchester blast to the “Moon Wobble”. At Chesterfield, the same phenomenon  is the cause of the dog attack.

During Moon Wobble the instability factor is high, resulting in more accidents, fires, plane crashes, freak accidents, floods, feats of nature, bizarre weather patterns, earthquakes, tornadoes, violence, Terrorism, riots, and political and personal upheavals. These Cycles bring suppressed energies in people and Mother Nature to the surface, erupting and disrupting. [2]

The Moon Wobble energy only magnifies any problems there are, heightening them so the problem or problems must be dealt with. If you face your Moon Wobble situation constructively, then it becomes a blessing. Unfortunately, those who persist in suppressing energies are more likely to become victims of accidents.

Finally, we note that the New Moon [4ge] is conjunct the stars of Hyades – a stormy cluster situated in the face of the charging Bull. Among other things, Diana Rosenberg links these stars to “animal attacks”. On the MC [28vi] is the star Copula [25vi] of Canes Venatici. The usual illustration of the constellation, Canes Venatici, is of two Greyhounds straining at the leash held in the hand of Bootes.

For the reported time of the attack (7:20 pm) the chart reveals the Sun-Nodal Axis T-square aligned with the meridian with Pluto – the planet we link with suppressed energies emerging violently – also in hard aspect to the Sun.  

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