Onplanetliz’s Blog | July 26 2012 | Thanks, A.L.
Please read the comments section below this article for concerns raised by a couple readers regarding inaccuracies associated with the timing of the bells stated in the article vs the time the bells actually rang. Thank you. ~Gillian
First and foremost my discipline is Astrology so of course I drew up the charts for the upcoming Olympic events out of curiosity as well as to aid my ongoing studies. Well, I wasn’t disappointed – the symbolism is both astonishing and a bit disconcerting.
The connections between recent events, the numerology and the astrology, were so numerous it was impossible to include them all in one article. Hence, I decided to write enough of what I discovered to hopefully inspire others to do their own research and tune into these developmental times in their own way.
Officially, the opening ceremony is at 9pm, on the 27th of July.
Here is the chart for this time.
To keep things simple for those of you who are not familiar with Astrology, the thing to keep in mind is that the most important factors in an Astrological chart is the Sun, the Moon, the ‘ruler of the chart’, planets near the cardinal angles and the Cardinal Angles themselves, portraying the cross in the circle or the sunrise, noon, sunset and midnight points of the SUN’S journey.
Ordinarily, casting a chart only involves using our own star and the planets of our solar system. But there is also a tradition of using certain prominent fixed, slow moving stars and seeing where they lie on a given chart.
The first thing that struck me in the 9pm chart was 9° degrees of the sign of Aquarius, coming over the horizon. Note: the number 9 (both time and degree) and the sign of the dawning Aquarian Age. The chart also has the Moon in the 9th house and both the Noon (MC) position and the ‘Dragon’s head’ in Sagittarius, the 9th sign of the zodiac.
The Dragon’s head is distinguished in Astrology as the Moon’s North Node or where eclipses occur. The Dragon is half bird, half reptile and symbolically joins together the Earth and the Sky.