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L Hayes on Neptune in Pisces

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By its very nature, Neptune is difficult to talk about.  It tends to be evasive and dreamy, and full of imagination and artistic creativity.  It also can become lost in the illusion of fantasy and encourage sacrifice of the individual self, sometimes for a higher purpose and sometimes in a codependent loss of Self.  In its highest form Neptune inspires us to transcend the material world and connect deeply and directly with an experience of the Divine.

With Neptune moving into Pisces, there is the potential for tremendous spiritual transformation, but also mass delusion such as has never been seen before.  The last time Neptune entered Pisces was in February 1848, shortly after its discovery in 1845.   1848 is the year that the gold rush began in California, leading one reporter to complain that everyone in the state was under the spell of gold fever.  This kind of fever, or mass hysteria, is emblematic of Neptune in Pisces.

Note:  Some astrologers are linking the publication of Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto to Neptune entering Pisces, but we must not forget that Uranus and Pluto were conjunct in Aries during this same period.  The kind of socialism that evolved into Communism is representative of the Uranian longing for equality and justice, although some of us would argue that in Communism that longing was carried to an untenable extreme.  For this we can probably blame Neptune in Pisces in which the forces idealism can become clouded by illusion.

For More on Neptune in Pisces check out Lynn Hayes site @:

http://astrodynamics.net/Articles/Cycles/Neptune-in-Pisces.htm

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June 21, 2012 at 3:22 pm

314 Birthdays

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1989

Oliver Bernsen, son of Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays

1983

Taylor Hanson, born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, percussionist, keyboardist, singer, member of band, Hanson, famous song, ‘MMMBop’, lead singer for the Tinted Windows band

1972

Aris Brimanis, born in Cleveland, NHL defenseman for the Philadelphia Flyers

1972

Clover Maitland, Australian field hockey goal keeper 1996 Olympics

1972

Tom Barndt, NFL/WLAF guard for the Kansas City Chiefs, Scottish Claymores

1969

Larry Johnson, NBA forward for the Charlotte Hornets, New York Knicks

1967

Edward M. Fincke, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Captain USAF/astronaut

1965

Kevin Brown, born in Mcintyre, Georgia, pitcher for the Florida Marlins

1965

Kevin Williamson, American Author

1962

Kirby Puckett, centerfielder for the Minnesota Twins

1961

Gary Dell’Abate, producer, Howard Stern Show

1956

Natalya Dmitriyevna Kuleshova, born in Russia, cosmonaut

1952

David Byrne, guitarist and vocalist, Talking Heads-Burning Down the House

1951

Rick Dees, radio disc jock, KIIS LA

1950

Michael Ford, son of President Gerald and Betty Ford

1948

Tom Coburn, American Politician

1947

Billy Crystal, born in Long Beach, New York, comedian, Soap, SNL, City Slickers

1939

William Benjamin Lenoir, born in Miami, Florida, astronaut, STS-5

1934

Eugene A. Cernan, born in Chicago, Captain USN/astronaut, Gemini 9, Apollo 10 17

1934

Dionigi Tettamanzi, Italian Clergyman

1933

Michael Caine, born in London, actor, Alfie

1933

Quincy Jones, born in Chicago, Illinois, composer and singer, We Are The World

1930

Dieter Schnebel, German vicar/composer

1928

Frank Borman, born in Gary, Indiana, astronaut, Gemini 7, Apollo 8, CEO, Eastern Airline

1927

Joop F. Wolff, Dutch editor, Truth, Dutch politician, CPN

1925

John Barrington Wain, born in England, novelist and poet, Hurry on Down

1923

Diane Arbus, photographer and innovator

1921

Ada Louise Huxtable, American Critic

1919

Max Shulman, novelist, Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Tender Trap

1914

Henry Ralph Carr, soldier

1912

John Amery, British Politician

1908

Maurice, Jean Jacques, Merleau-Ponty, French philosopher

1905

Raymond Aron, French sociologist and political scientist

1903

Molla Mustafa Barzani, Iran, Kurd leader, KDP

1895

Frans Ganshof, Belgian historian

1884

Albert Egges van Giffen, Dutch archaeologist

1879

Albert Einstein, born in Ulm, Germany, physicist, Nobel 1921

 

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June 18, 2012 at 7:35 pm

March 14 Events

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2012

Britain has 2.67 million people unemployed, its highest unemployment rate since 1995

2012

A 6.8 magnitude earthquake causes a small tsunami to hit the coast of Aomori prefecture on the Japanese island of Hokkaido

2011

The Tokyo Stock Exchange falls more than five percent on the first day of trading following the 2011 Sendai earthquake

2010

No reports of damage or casualties are reported after a 6.6 magnitude earthquake hits central Japan

1995

1st time 13 people in space

1992

Soviet newspaper “Pravda” suspends publication

1991

Emir of Kuwait returns to Kuwait City, after the Iraqis leave

1990

Mikhail Gorbachev becomes president of the Soviet Congress

1986

European Space Agency’s Giotto flies by Halley’s Comet (605 km)

1985

11th People’s Choice Awards: Bill Cosby wins 4 awards

1984

Challenger moves to Vandenberg AFB for mating of STS-41-C mission

1983

OPEC cut oil prices for 1st time in 23 years

1976

U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

1973

Liam Cosgrave appointed president of Ireland

1971

South Vietnamese troops flee Laos

1971

The Rolling Stones leave England for France to escape taxes

1968

POM performs atmospheric nuclear test at Maralinga Australia

1968

CBS TV suspends Radio Free Europe free advertising because RFE doesn’t make it clear it is sponsored by the CIA

1967

John F. Kennedy’s body moved from temporary grave to a permanent memorial

1967

New York Yankee Mickey Mantle hits career home run #500 off Stu Miller

1965

Israeli cabinet approves diplomatic relations with West Germany

1964

Dallas jury sentences Jack Ruby to death in Lee Harvey Oswald murder

1962

Disarmament conference opens in Geneva without France

1960

Wilt Chamberlain (Philadelphia) sets NBA playoff record of 53 points

1958

RIAA certifies 1st gold record (Perry Como’s Catch A Falling Star)

1958

Recording Industry Association of American created

1958

South Africa government disallows ANC

1958

U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

1958

U.S.S.R. performs atmospheric nuclear test

1957

Indonesian government of Sastroamidjojo resigns

1955

Prince Mahemdra becomes king of Nepal

1954

Braves Henry Aaron homers in his 1st exhibition game

1953

Nikita Khrushchev succeeds Malenkov as secretary Communist Party

1951

During Korean War, U.S. / U.N. forces recapture Seoul

1951

Earthquake at Euskirchen, Germany

1950

FBI’s “10 Most Wanted Fugitives” program begins

1948

Freedom Train arrives in San Francisco

1945

RAF bomb cuts railway link Hannover-Hamm

1941

Nazi occupiers of Holland forbid Jewish owned companies

1939

England draw with South Africa at Durban on the 10th day

1939

Nazi Germany dissolves Republic of Czechoslovakia

1937

Battle of the Century: Fred Allen and Jack Benny meet on radio

1937

Pope Pius XI publishes anti-nazi-encyclical Mit brennender Sorge

1936

Federal Register, 1st magazine of the U.S. government, publishes 1st issue

1935

36-Folsom becomes 1st line to use 1-man streetcars

1933

Civilian Conservation Corp, begins tree conservation

1933

Winston Churchill wants to boost air defense

1931

1st theater built for rear movie projection (New York City)

1923

Allies accepts Vilnus taking East-Galicie in Poland

1923

German Supreme Court prohibits NSDAP

1923

President Warren G. Harding becomes 1st President to pay taxes

1922

KGU-AM in Honolulu Hawaii begins radio transmissions

1922

KSD-AM in Saint Louis Missouri begins radio transmissions

1922

WGR-AM in Buffalo New York begins radio transmissions

1918

1st concrete ship to cross the Atlantic (Faith) is launched, SF

1916

Battle of Verdun – German attack on Mort-Homme ridge, West of Verdun

1915

German cruiser Dresden blows itself up near coast of Chile

1912

King Vittorio Emanuel III of Rome injured during assassination attempt

1909

Amsterdam Social-Democratic Party (SDP) forms

1903

1st national bird reservation established in Sebastian, Florida

1900

Hugo de Vries rediscovers Mendel’s laws of genetics

1900

U.S. currency goes on gold standard

1896

Sutro Baths (SF) opens by Cliff House (closed Sept 1, 1952)

1889

August Strindberg’s “Froken Julie,” premieres in Copenhagen

1888

2nd largest snowfall in New York City history (21″)

1885

Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Mikado,” premieres in London

1870

California legislature approves act making Golden Gate Park possible

1862

Battle of New Bern NC: General Burnside conquers New Bern

1845

-5.3 degrees F (-20.7 degrees C) in Groningen

1843

Boston conducts its 1st town meeting (Faneuil Hall)

1836

HMS Beagle with Charles Darwin leaves Australia

1826

General Congress of South American States assembles at Panama

1821

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church founded (New York)

1812

Congress authorizes war bonds to finance War of 1812

1800

Luigi Chiaramonti crowned Pope Pius VII

1794

Eli Whitney patents cotton gin

1743

1st American town meeting (Boston’s Faneuil Hall)

1734

Prince Willem KHF van Orange marries George II’s daughter Mary Anne

1689

Scotland dismisses Willem III and Mary Stuart as king and queen

1644

England grants patent for Providence Plantations (now Rhode Island)

1590

Battle at Ivry: French King Henri IV beats Catholic League

1559

Storm floods ravage Gorinchem, Dordrecht and Woudrichem, Netherlands

1558

Ferdinand I appointed Holy Roman emperor

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June 18, 2012 at 7:02 pm

3-14-12: Grand Earth Trine Astrology Alignment, A Sign of the Antichrist

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June 18, 2012 at 6:38 pm

314 Profile

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A Pisces born on March 14 combines intelligence with profound creative insight. They have sexual magnetism and can exert considerable control over others. Prophetic and poetic, they seem to be on another plane of existence. They have a love of illusion and are drawn to the occult and the supernatural.

Friends and Lovers

People born on this date don’t make friends easily, but once they do, it’s for keeps. They must feel needed and indispensable or they cannot give themselves to others. They are extremely vulnerable in romantic matters. When they fall in love they fixate upon the object of their affection, investing that individual with all the magical traits of their creative, romantic imagination.

Children and Family

Because of their sensitive nature, it may be difficult for March 14 natives to resolve issues from their past. They may not feel they have what it takes to be a good parent. Naturally reticent, they may allow their spouse to be the stronger influence on the children.

Health

People born on this date are often more interested in their spiritual than physical health, but they eventually realize that each affects the other. They have a sensitivity to alcohol and should not drink.

Career and Finances

March 14 individuals have an artistic sensibility that is a part of their existence. They are rarely able to comprehend the importance of money. Even if they are financially successful, they may discount it.

Dreams and Goals

Few people have the pure “art for art’s sake” mentality of March 14 men and women. They need to express their inner drives and needs through an artistic medium. They rarely strive for money success yet are likely to set goals that act as signposts on their journey.

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June 5, 2012 at 7:18 pm

313: OHA and Harenewscorp Discuss Jamie Dimon’s Chart

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OHA:

Dimon is a Pisces sun with moon in Aries and Mars in Capricorn. Pisces is a mutable water sign so Dimon works more from intuition than his two competitors. He can sense things before they happen and understands how the average person will feel about a change. Dimon is more emotionally tuned in to the surroundings. That may be nice in a husband, but in a CEO? Venus in Taurus suggests his interest in banking involves deeper values of what wealth represents.

Harenews:

guess the inference is: that it helps to have a lot of cardinal signs in your chart if you want to lead a major bank. Out of the three bankers you profiled, Moynihan is the only attorney. Maybe having two planets in Libra explains why he took the JD route rather than MBA path. I have to disagree with you on the ultimate uber-banker. My money is on Dimon. With a Sun in Pisces and a moon in Aries that enalbles him to think both long and short term. Even though Capricorns are more prudent and cautious by nature, Capricorns spend way too much time dwelling on the past.

OHA:

You’re probably right on Jamie Dimon. For a banker, he’s charismatic. Plus his last name “Dimon” sounds a lot like “diamond.” What a winning name! Too bad we can’t all be born with auspicious names.

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June 5, 2012 at 6:42 pm