midpoint of a trine between his progressed Jupiter at
20 Aries 14R and his natal Jupiter at 22 Aries 34R
4. Transiting Mars at 01 Pisces 30 conjoins transiting
Neptune at 2 Pisces 10, and both go on to trine his
progressed Mars at 03 Scorpio 11.
5.Transiting Venus at 02 Aquarius 20 tines his natal
south node at 00 Libra 15R, (could bring him a Super
Bowl ring) although, at the same time, it squares his
progressed Mars at 03 Scorpio 11.
6. Progressed Pluto (his Sun sign ruler) at 10 Scorpio
56 has moved up to conjoin his natal Sun at 10
Scorpio 47 and sextiles transiting Pluto at 10
7.Transiting Saturn at 11 Scorpio 20 is still working,
and has been strengthening that sextile recently also.
It is interesting to see that natally Flacco has Jupiter
conjunct his Sun in Capricorn by one degree and
Kaepernick has Pluto in Scorpio conjunct his Sun by
one degree. This ties into Joe having a tight knit
relationship with his very Italian (Jupiter) family. And
Kaepernick was adopted, which I feel, relates to to his
I think that progressed Uranus will keep doing its
magic, plus with all of the other favorable aspects
working that day for Kaepernick, I think the 49er's are
going to win!
Another odd thing is that two coaches that happen to
brothers will be pitted against each other. How Uranian
January 26, 2013
RE: THE URANUS PLUTO JUPITER T-SQUARE
EVENTS OF THE FULL MOON IN VIRGO-MARCH 5, 2015
We witnessed the Full Moon at 14 Virgo 50 yesterday, March 5th, and the terrible weather it brought with it affected 90 million people across our land so far. Notice where It falls in the U.S. chart I follow; the one for the signing of the Articles of Confederation which was suggested by the very talented, but now deceased astrologer, David Solte. It formed a T-square with the U.S. natal R Uranus at 14 Gemini 05; pointing to sudden, upsetting transportation related events...
In Kentucky, hundreds of vehicles were stranded on two highways as a massive snow and ice storm stretching from Texas to the East Coast wreaked havoc on many states Thursday, canceling flights, closing down Washington D.C and promising record low temperatures in many cities overnight.
Nearly 2 feet of snow has been dumped on Kentucky since Wednesday afternoon, said Kevin Deitsch, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Louisville. Lexington broke a snowfall record with 17.1 inches Thursday.
It's so cold the Great Lakes are turning into massive frozen plain. Some of the heaviest snowfall occurred near the heavily traveled Interstate 65, which cuts through Louisville, and state police were working to rescue more than 100 vehicles trapped in the snow, said Sgt. Michael Webb, commander of public affairs for the Kentucky State Police.
Another 400 vehicles became trapped in snow on Interstate 24 toward Paducah, near the Illinois border, beginning about 2 a.m. Thursday morning, Webb said. Emergency crews had freed about half of those cars by mid-day and one westbound lane was opened so that freed vehicles could leave the area, he said.
State police were going car-to-car on some stretches of highway, handing out food and water to drivers. They also opened temporary emergency shelters and warming areas stranded drivers.“There is no travel unless absolutely necessary,” Webb said. “The only people that should be on the road should be emergency personnel and first responders.”Gov. Steve Beshear declared a state of emergency Thursday morning, and warned Kentuckians to prepare for more heavy snow and poor driving conditions.
Winter storm warnings were in effect from Texas to Nantucket, and the forecast called for record cold temperatures by Friday, the National Weather Service reported.
“Even though the predicted snowfalls vary, it’s clear that this winter storm will pack another wallop,” Beshear said. “The potential for hazardous travel is high, because the rain prevents road crews from pretreating highways with brine. Stay tuned to local weather forecasts and make sure your home is stocked with emergency supplies.”
In Texas, parts of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area saw record snowfall of as much as 7 inches. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, a major hub for American Airlines, received 3.5 inches of snow, breaking a record that had been in place since the 1940s. About 275 flight departures have been canceled, according to airport officials.
At Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas, about 150 miles south of Dallas, power outages had been reported due to icy conditions. "It's going to be a really slow go throughout the day here and across much of the state," said Dennis Cavanaugh, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Dallas. "But later in the day the sun will be out and we expect things to dry out."He said he expects this to be the last significant winter weather of the season in Dallas and much of the nation.
In Washington, D.C., federal offices were closed Thursday as a new round of snow hit the nation's capital. Public schools in the city were closed as rain and sleet turned to snow at about 8 a.m. local time. About 3 to 7 inches of snow was expected in the Washington area, according to the National Weather Service.
In another incident, a passenger jet skidded off a runway at LaGuardia Airport and crashed into a fence as it tried to land amid a blinding wintry mix Thursday morning, sparking a minor fuel leak in one of its wings, prompting evacuations and injuring several people, Port Authority officials say.
There were 127 passengers, including Giants tight end Larry Donnell, and five crew members on board Delta flight 1086, an MD-88 headed to New York from Atlanta, Georgia, when it slid off the runway around 11 a.m., authorities said. Two dozen people reported minor injuries, according to the FDNY, and three of those people were taken to the hospital.
Passengers described feeling turbulence as they landed, like a rocking motion. One said the jet hit the runway and didn't slow down until it smashed into the fence, inches from the water.The impact caused a minor fuel leak on the plane's left wing, the Port Authority said. The fuel was leaking at a rate of about 1 gallon per minute, but fire crews were able to quickly stop the leak.
LaGuardia's two runways were shut down immediately after the accident and the city's Office of Emergency Management said all incoming and outgoing flights had been suspended. Several LaGuardia-bound flights were diverted. One of the runways reopened around 2 p.m., allowing air traffic to resume, though travelers were advised to check the status of their flights with their carries.
About 3 inches of snow had fallen in New York at the time of the accident, but wind, sleet and snowflakes combined to hamper visibility and make paved surfaces slippery. NBC 4 New York meteorologists say freezing fog was observed near LaGuardia around 11 a.m., which likely coated the already snow-topped runways with an icy glaze and may have contributed to the accident.
Port Authority Executive Director Patrick Foye said that the two planes that arrived on Runway 13 before Delta 1086 landed smoothly, with pilots reporting good braking ability. Foye added that the runway was plowed shortly before the plane skidded off the runway.
In New England, more snow is expected in Boston, where weather watchers are waiting to see if this winter's snowfall will set a record. Boston has had 105.7 inches so far this season, about 2 inches below the record of 107.6 inches.