6. The Jupiter/Uranus volunteers sum up the World at Large: Part One

“Giorgio”(28) “Maria” (32) “Harry”(41) “Eve”(51) “Alicia” (53)“Kathy” (54) “Caroline” (58) “Louis” (60)”Fiona”(61) and “Barbara”(81) : this is the group of ten volunteers who have been  generously opening a window on their lives since the Spring of 2010 – to enable the rest of us to see ‘astrology in action‘.

For readers new to the research, click HERE to read background notes on the project, HERE to read through Phase One of the research, HERE to read through Phase Two (or to refresh your memories if you are an existing follower). HERE takes you through to the third and final part of the study: the summing up of their turbulent and changeful Jupiter/Uranus year from Spring 2010-11.

Now read on!

Question:

v) Any comments on March 10 to March 11 – eg was there a key event/development in your own country/the wider world which struck you as highly significant and in tune with the planetary symbolism?

Categories:

= Very Much So/= Moderately So/=  Mildly So/4 = Not at All

'Giorgio' aged 28‘Giorgio’ aged 28

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11 March 2011, the day Uranus entered Aries, was the day of the Japan earthquake/ tsunami / nuclear disaster! Could it be more perfect astrologically speaking? The cardinal T-square of 2010-2011 happened with a lot of major events!!!

The Haiti and Chile earthquakes (January and February)

Eyjafjallajokull eruption and global disruption (April and May)

The Gulf of Mexico oil disaster (April and May)

The collapse of Greece economy (April and May)

The global scandal and disclosures of Wikileaks (July and November)

Earthquake, tsunami and volcanic eruption in Indonesia (October)

Major protests and revolts in Europe (October to December)

The collapse of Ireland economy, fears of a Euro collapse (November)

The attack of North Korea, threats of a nuclear war (November)

Wave of uprisings and civil war in Muslim countries (January to now)

The New Zealand earthquake (February)

The Japan earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster (March)

The collapse of Portugal economy (March)

Millions were affected by these events. It was a year of impressive change.

AND FINALLY….

vi) Any other comments by way of conclusion?

As impressive as the change might have been in 2009 and 2010, the cardinal  alignments will still continue through out the next years. This means that a lot of big change will continue!

In 2011, Uranus squares Pluto, and Jupiter opposes Saturn. Between 2012 and 2015, Uranus squares Pluto, for a long time. At this period, both transit the angles and planets of many western nations. In 2019, Jupiter,
Saturn and Pluto form a conjunction in Capricorn.

If we follow the pattern of dramatic change and revolts every 84 years that Uranus transit in Aries (1770s, 1840s, 1930s), then it becomes apparent that we are due to another period of dramatic events. What we are seeing, is just the beginning. Uranus in Aries marks in fact a new beginning.

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Maria Aged 32
Maria Aged 32

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Definitely, the unrest in the Middle East (Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, etc.), and the political and economical unease right heer in America. Also, the earthquakes in New Zealand, Chile, Japan—floods in Australia. It just seems that this year has been a time of instability and upheaval that while causes a lot of dame in the process will ultimately lead to tremendous change for the better. I say that, not downplaying the devastation caused by these events, but what I feel will be the lasting changes resulting from them.

AND FINALLY….

vi) Any other comments by way of conclusion?

It was a pleasure participating in this research project. I hope the people reading who are interested in astrology, get as much out of it as I have.Just reading the other participants entries helped me understand the effects of this transit (Uranus will be sitting on my south node for a good while even after this project ends) even better. 

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Harry Aged 41
Harry Aged 41

1

Obviously the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster in Japan.  We also had flooding here on the East Coast which, to me, speaks not only of Jupiter/Uranus, but Mars in Pisces.

AND FINALLY….

vi) Any other comments by way of conclusion?

It’s important to remember that astrology is, among many things, the study of cycles.  An event may not coincide with an actual transit or meeting of two planets at an important point, choosing to manifest instead with subsequent transits or Eclipses to that point.  Realizing this and working with this time table — the upcoming transits to this point — can help you harness or at least work with the energy in achieving what you want in a way that channels the energy around you instead of working against it.

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Eve Aged 51
Eve Aged 51

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AND FINALLY….

Any other comments by way of conclusion?

I think we can all agree that this was a surprising year for the world.  We had major Earthquakes, Volcanos, Tsunamis, followed by major man made disasters such as the Oil Spill in the Gulf and the unthinkable Nuclear meltdown in Japan.  Not to mention the middle east rebellions against government suppression.  I think the universe is telling us it’s time to rethink our energy needs.  If we hope to survive, we need to change things that aren’t working in that area. Uranus is Aries is a time to start new and I think the disasters that have befallen humanity this year, produced in many cases a surprise ending, so that a new and hopefully better beginning can emerge.

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Alicia Aged 53
Alicia Aged 53

1

I think we all witnessed revolution at work, all across the globe.  Most surprising was Obama’s return to favour in the polls.  It’s almost Alice in Wonderland-like.

AND FINALLY….

vi) Any other comments by way of conclusion?

War, earthquake, tsunami, ecological disaster, revolution enforced from without and within.  I think Uranus shouls be happy with his partnership with Jupiter.  One thing we didn’t consider enough as astrologers was the Pluto effect that lingered—Pluto affecting the cardinal point guaranteed that death was on Uranus’ heels.  For me, personally, as well as globally.  It was a bloody revolution and its toll was high.

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To read  feedback from “Kathy” (54) “Caroline” (58) “Louis” (60)”Fiona”(61) and “Barbara”(81)

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7. The Jupiter/Uranus volunteers sum up the World at Large: Part Two

TO READ THE WHOLE OF PART THREE, CLICK LINKS BELOW

1.Spring 2010 – Spring 2011: The Jupiter/Uranus volunteers sum up

2. The Jupiter/Uranus volunteers sum up: “Alicia” ‘s story

3. The Jupiter/Uranus volunteers sum up:”Giorgio”, “Maria” and “Harry”

4. The Jupiter/Uranus volunteers sum up: “Eve”, “Kathy” and “Caroline”

5. The Jupiter/Uranus volunteers sum up: “Louis”, “Fiona” and “Barbara”


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1100 words copyright Anne Whitaker/Research Participants 2011
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