A massive earthquake has hit Japan at 2.46 pm (AEDST = 9 hours East of GMT). It was followed by an horrific tsunami event, for which alarms have been sent to numerous countries, as far as the Chilean coast, across the Pacific.
The quake struck at sea, but devastated the Eastern coastline, with the Tsunami said to have reached 10 km inland in some place. The death toll is unknown, but could rise into the thousands.
This is the biggest earthquake to hit Japan in 140 years, and apparently the seventh biggest seismic event in the whole world, magnitude 8.9, according to the US Geological survey.
Astrologers would be forgiven to think that the imminent ingress of Uranus in Aries, on March 12, has something to do with it all.
By itself however even this significant cosmic event couldn’t explain the scale of this ongoing disaster, if we weren’t also aware of other important synchronicities. Like, for instance, catalyst Mercury, fastest planet in the Solar System and ancient Messenger of the Gods, just separating from a conjunction to Uranus, the day before the earthquake. And Neptune, also on the threshold of a new Sign, on the 29th degree of Aquarius, and in semi-sextile aspect to Uranus on the 29th degree of Pisces. We shouldn’t also forget that the last Full Moons, since September 2010, have occurred on the 29th degree of zodiacal Signs, and that one of these FUll Moons corresponded to a Total Eclipse of the Moon, on the very day of the Capricorn Solstice, a traditional astrological year opener.
Another curious fact is that the next Full Moon, on the 28th degree of Virgo, on March 19, will be the closest to planet Earth in the whole year (Moon at perigee). Some observers think that this has a lot to do with the extremity of this event as well.
Time is running out for my lapttop battery and solar batteries too. Frustrating, but I can’t go on for the moment.
More about this incredible event in my next post.
For the moment these are the preliminary Charts for the study of the March 2011 Japanese Earthquake.
North-Eastern Coast of Japan Earthquake, March 11, 2.46 pm, local time
Japan Birth Chart 1889, February 11, 10.30 am
Modern Japan Birth Chart 1952, April 28, 10.30 pm
Double Wheel Japan 1889 and the transits of the March 11 2011 Earthquake
Double Wheel Japan 1952 and the transits of the March 11 2011 Earthquake