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Korea chart & the successful Trump-Kim summit

Scads of analysts and pundits have weighed in on the Trump-Kim summit talks in Singapore, parsing the brief agreement and presidential tweets for signs of just how strongly it actually commits North Korea to total, verifiable “denuclearization.” Most of them are missing the point. The real threat to U.S., Korean, and Japanese security of late has come not from North Korean nukes, but from threats by President Donald Trump and his closest advisers to launch a regional war to preempt any further North Korean progress on warhead and missile technology. Some experts were giving even odds of a U.S.-initiated war as recently as a few months ago. So even if the spectacle in Singapore was more theater than substance, even if the president’s effusive praise for a totalitarian leader was hard to swallow, we should applaud Trump for belatedly making good on his 2016 campaign promise to sit down with Kim Jong-un over a hamburger in search of peace.

The end of the Korean War came on 10 August 1945, when military planners in Washington decided at midnight that the 38th parallel would be the dividing line between the two Koreas. This can be taken as the chart for the formation of North Korea.

I draw the readers attention to the Pluto [10le] conjunct Sun [17le] in the radix. Recall that the total lunar eclipse of Jan. 31 fell conjunct the radix Pluto (which is also Trump’s natal Pluto and the Sibly solar arc Ascendant [12le] as also the diurnal Ascendant for June 12!). About this eclipse Nick Fiorenza wrote:

Our Ceres Full Moon Total Eclipse culminates and brings realization to the essence of this early Capricorn lunar cycle. It establishes an underlying eclipse current, as well as the energetic current, the theme, of the new 482-day Ceres synodic cycle. It impels us to discern what is truly nurturing and of value to hold on to, from what are emotionally-driven patterns of thought and behavior we have formulated from our past experience—dogmas, both personal and collective, the mindset that molds our world view and keeps us entrapped in an antiquated paradigm. In essence, we must relinquish our antiquated beliefs that things can't be different, beliefs we adhere to that keep us from emerging into a greater light of being. This few degree area of the zodiak is one of the most difficult to make changes in due to bitterness we may carry from past experience or burdens we may have inherited. That bitterness is poison to the heart and reinforces the very mentalities and subsequent behavior we try so hard to change.

The most important current direction in the Korea chart is Uranus conjunct Sun (Primary; Van Dam). The radix Sun is conjunct the star Merak of the Great Bear about which Nick Fiorenza writes:

The stars Dubhe and Merak, are the alpha and beta stars of Ursa Major. Dubhe inspires us to be willing to fight for our greater visions, rather than to succumb to antiquated multifarious powers that suppress our greater freedom and wellbeing. Merak brings the realization that the time is at hand and inspires us to get on with it. Dubhe, Alpha Ursa Major and Merak, Beta Ursa Major, are the two brightest stars of Ursa Major. At this time in Earth's precessional cycle, line drawn from Dubhe through Merak leads directly to Earth’s current North Celestial Pole (near the star, Polaris, of the Little Bear, Ursa Minor). Merak and Dubhe represent the alignment of personal will and divine will in allegiance to the evolutionary fulfillment of Earth’s polar precessional cycle--to the fulfillment of evolutionary cycle of the soul.

The stars of the Great Bear also represent the world powers. The theme of the great Bear is torn. Part of the Bear is of the fallen world powers, those of a totalitarian, controlling oppressive rule. Dubhe and Merak are of the integrous part of the Great Bear, that which is oriented toward a greater vision, for that which is truly nourishing for humanity, for that which is focused toward our evolutionary fulfillment. Dubhe embodies the "willingness to fight for a greater vision" beyond the accepted political-religious dogmas of the human world that keep humanity in darkness and delusion; and against the controlling global forces perpetuating that dogmatic rule.

At the personal level, Dubhe asks us to fight for the greater vision that we hold for the unfoldment of our lives--for the true nourishment, fulfillment, and freedom we seek. Dubhe asks us to emerge from our own personal dogmas (belief structures) that hold us bound in lives that are less than we truly want. Dubhe supports us to create a new and better future rather than merely react to the past we have already created and reinforce with our beliefs.
Dubhe also conjoins Zeta Hydra, a multifarious source of destruction (every time Hercules took off one the Hydra’s heads, it immediately grew another), and Acubens of Cancer, the tenacious hold of religious-political dogma--hence the conjoining theme of Zeta Hydra, Acubens and Dubhe. To overcome the undermining and relentless forces maintaining the very sticky and tenacious hold of religious-political dogma (and of our personal belief patterns) requires perseverance to manifest a greater global vision for the evolutionary freedom and fulfillment of humanity. .

Readers may recall that several astrologers had predicted that Trump would be assassinated since the Total Solar Eclipse of  August 21, 2017 fell on his Ascendant. Perhaps yours truly was the lonely voice saying that this eclipse meant that he would be taking a completely unconventional and new direction that could break through the old paradigms [1].

After reading the above  analysis on the Korea chart, I think readers will agree that Trump has indeed lived up to the challenge of the Solar Eclipse on his Ascendant. And could it be a coincidence that the eclipse (and Trump’s Ascendant) are conjunct stars in the mane of the Lion[2]…the chosen one would have the Lion’s mane!?