Mercury – god of travelling merchants
A van drove into pedestrians in the western German city of Münster on Saturday, killing several people and injuring others in what authorities said appeared to be a deliberate attack.Several German news outlets reported that the driver was a 48-year old German national who was born in the country and suffered from mental health issues. About 20 people were injured, six of them seriously. The incident occurred near the Kiepenkerl statue in the old town of Münster, according to the German Interior Ministry. The Kiepenkerl is a statue of a travelling trader from Münster which is in the historic old part of the city. It is one of the key landmarks of the city. https://www.ft.com/content/4ff47178-3a7b-11e8-b7e0-52972418fec4
In a previous post we saw how the malefic energy of Mars-Saturn conjunction brought to the angles at Tisdale, Canada by Full Moon of March 31 became the cause of the unfortunate accident involving the junior ice hockey team. Here we look at the chart for the exact square between Saturn and Mercury. This mundane event brings the same T-square involving Mercury-Mars-Saturn-Hades-Kronos to the angles once again. This then becomes the cause of the travel related accident.
Mercury or Hermes was the god of roads and travel. The first roads in ancient Greece were marked with primitive stone statues of the god called Hermai. As the god of merchants and heralds as well as the roads themselves, he also became the patron-god and protector of all travellers, who, along with Zeus presided over the laws of hospitality. Is it a coincidence that the incident occurred near the Kiepenkerl statue in the old town of Münster, according to the German Interior Ministry. The Kiepenkerl is a statue of a travelling trader from Münster.