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 LAST FULL MOON August 1, 2015
In the article I wrote about the full Moon last Friday, on July 31st, I included this prediction..In another vein, this aspect
" might bring about a sudden loss of an important person or an unstable situation in a financial area."
The unstable financial situation was that Puerto Rico announced last Friday that the country is broke, and can't make the payment on its debt which comes due on Wednesday, and It seems to be in a near 'death spiral'. It has a special status in the U.S. as it is a commonwealth. All its people are citizens of the U.S.and they use our same currency..but they cannot vote in our elections, as they are not an official state. A Puerto Rican default would be the largest in the history of U.S .municipal bonds, which cities and states use to pay for basic services like repairs to roads. A default could accelerate an alarming trend: an exodus of Puerto Ricans leaving the island. Since 2010, the number of Puerto Ricans coming to the United States per year is four times higher than it was between 1980 to 2000, according to the Pew Research Center. It's a painful cycle, and unlike cities such as Detroit, Puerto Rico can't declare Chapter 9 bankruptcy because Chapter 9 is only available to cities. This puts the island into further economic uncertainty. Will the U.S. federal government bail out Puerto Rico? Right now: No. The Obama administration has been clear that it has no plans to bail them out.. At the moment, there's no life jacket for Puerto Rico's economy. Because of its commonwealth status, it's unclear if the International Monetary Fund or World Bank might intervene. A default would likely lead to a debt settlement process between the government and its creditors that could take years to unravel. The other aspect I mentioned didn't result in the loss of an important person's life. However on the eve of the full Moon it was announced that there has been a deadly outbreak in New York of Legionnaires disease which took the lives of two people so far.