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Saturn conjunct Regulus, somethings to ponder?

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  • msbhavens1
    since we have about a year to conjecture on this episode, thought I d bring it up... Saturn goes to 28 Leo 54 on 25 august 2007 an hits 0 Vir 55 9 sept 2007
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      since we have about a year to conjecture on this episode, thought I'd
      bring it up... Saturn goes to 28 Leo 54 on 25 august 2007 an hits 0
      Vir 55 9 sept 2007 (could view I suppose as early as 18 August where
      saturn hits 28 Leo 00 ...??? Last hit regulus in October, November,
      dec of 1977. then retrograde back into Leo back to 28 Leo 04 by feb 1
      1978, then 9 July 1978 hits 28 leo again through Aug 3, 1978 when it
      finally hits 1 Virgo, I think you have more to speculate over when
      one of the big boys dances with a royal star.... some food for
      thought in the events listed bellow.

      events in 1977 from Wikipedia

      October 13 - German Autumn: Four Palestinians hijack a Lufthansa
      Airlines flight to Somalia and demand release of 11 members of the
      Red Army Faction. (See Lufthansa Flight 181)
      (MissB insert:Saturn 27 Leo 32 conj Adhafera, the funeral Pyre)
      October 17-October 18 - German Autumn: GSG 9 troopers storm a
      hijacked Lufthansa passenger plane in Mogadishu, Somalia - three of
      the four hijackers die.

      October 18 - German Autumn: Red Army Faction members Andreas Baader,
      Jan-Carl Raspe and Gudrun Ensslin commit suicide in Stammheim prison;
      Irmgard Möller fails. Their supporters still claim they were
      murdered. They are buried October 27.
      October 18 - Reggie Jackson blasts three home runs to lead the New
      York Yankees to World Series victory.
      (MissB insert -Saturn 28 Leo 0)
      October 19 - German Autumn: Kidnapped industrialist Hanns-Martin
      Schleyer is found killed in Mulhouse, France.
      October 20 - Three members of the rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd die in a
      charter plane crash.
      October 21 - The European Patent Institute is founded.
      (MissB insert 28 Leo 15)
      October 26 - The last natural case of smallpox is discovered in Merca
      district, Somalia. The WHO and the CDC consider this date the
      anniversary of the eradication of smallpox, the most spectacular
      success of vaccination and, by extension, of modern science.
      (MissB insert: 28 Leo 44)
      October 28 - Hong Kong police forces attack the ICAC headquarters.
      October 28 - Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols is
      released in the UK.
      (MissB: SAturn 28 Leo 50)

      November 6 - The Kelly Barnes Dam, located above Toccoa Falls Bible
      College near Toccoa, Georgia fails, killing 39.
      (MissB SAturn 29 Leo 26 - Jupiter at 5 Can 51 Rx, sun mer c and
      uranus all in sco, Moon in Vir, )
      November 10 - Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols is
      released in the U.S..
      November 19 - Egyptian President Anwar Sadat becomes the first Arab
      leader to officially visit Israel, when he meets with Israeli Prime
      Minister Menachem Begin and speaks before the Knesset in Jerusalem,
      seeking a permanent peace settlement (much of the Arab world is
      outraged by the visit).
      (MissB Insert:Saturn at 0 Vir 06, sun at 27 Sco 03, moon in Pisces,
      merc, venus,Uranus, in sco, mars at 8 leo jupiter in cancer, Neptune
      in SAg,now that is optimism, Pluto in Lib)
      November 22 - British Airways inaugurates regular London to New York
      City supersonic Concorde service. (MissB Saturn 00 vir 14)

      December 1 - First flight of Lockheed's top-secret stealth project
      aircraft designated Have Blue, the precursor to the US F-117A
      Nighthawk.
      December 4 - Jean-Bédel Bokassa, president of the Central African
      Republic, crowns himself Emperor.
      (MissB Saturn 0 Vir 30)
      December 4 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 653 is hijacked and crashed in
      Johor, Malaysia, killing 100.
      December 14 - The film Saturday Night Fever is released.

      date????2060 Chiron, first of the outer solar system asteroids known
      as Centaurs, discovered by Charlie Kowal.

      1978
      January 1 - The Copyright Act of 1976 takes effect, making sweeping
      changes to United States copyright law.
      January 1 - Air India's Boeing 747 explodes near Bombay, killing 213.
      January 4 - A referendum in Chile supports the policies of Augusto
      Pinochet.
      January 6 - The Hungarian Holy Crown (also known as Stephen of
      Hungary Crown) is returned to Hungary from the United States, where
      it was held since World War II.
      January 7 - Emilio Palma is born in Antarctica, making his birth the
      southernmost in history.
      January 10 - Pedro Joaquín Chamorro, a critic of the Nicaraguan
      government, is assassinated. Riots erupt against Somoza's government.
      January 18 - The European Court of Human Rights finds the United
      Kingdom government guilty of mistreating prisoners in Northern
      Ireland, but not guilty of torture.
      January 19 - Federal Appeals Court Judge William H. Webster is
      appointed FBI Director.
      January 22 - Ethiopia declares the ambassador of West Germany Persona
      non grata.
      January 23 - Sweden becomes the first nation to ban aerosol sprays
      that are thought to damage earth's protective ozone layer.
      January 24 - Soviet satellite Cosmos 954 burns in Earth atmosphere,
      and its debris is scattered over Canada's Northwest Territories.
      January 28 - Richard Chase, the "Vampire of Sacramento", is arrested.
      January 29 - General Rahimuddin Khan assumes the post of Martial Law
      Governor of Balochistan.
      January 30 - Blizzards in the USA kill 90.
      February 1 - Film director Roman Polanski skips bail and flees to
      France, after pleading guilty to charges of engaging in sex with a 13-
      year-old girl.

      July 7 - The Solomon Islands become independent from the United
      Kingdom.
      July 25 - Louise Brown becomes the first human born from in vitro
      fertilization, in the United Kingdom.
      July 25 - The Cerro Maravilla Incident occurs.
      August 6 - Pope Paul VI dies at age of 80.

      **Previous Saturn Regulus conj to that is 3 Sept 1948 - 27 Sept 1948,
      19 March 1949 Rx - 1 may 1949 turns direct at 29 Leo 18 - 14 June
      1949 finally hits 1 Vir 00

      1948
      September 4 - Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands abdicates for
      health reasons.
      September 5 - Robert Schuman becomes Prime Minister of France.
      September 6 - Juliana becomes Queen of the Netherlands.
      September 11 - Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Founder and first
      Governor General of Pakistan (b. 1876) Pakistan is in a state of
      shock and mourning the departure to tribute their father. It is a
      public holiday nation-wide.
      September 17 - Stern Gang assassinates count Folke Bernadotte.

      1949
      March 12 - The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, Denver & Rio Grande
      Western and Western Pacific railroads inaugurate the California
      Zephyr passenger train between Chicago, Illinois and Los Angeles,
      California as the first train to feature Vista Dome cars as regular
      equipment.
      March 25 - The extensive deportation campaign was conducted in
      Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The Soviet authorities deported more
      than 92,000 people from Baltics to remote areas of the Soviet Union.
      March 28 - United States Secretary of Defense James Forrestal resigns
      suddenly.
      March 31 - The former British colony of Newfoundland joins Canada as
      its 10th province.

      April 1 - Éire leaves the British Commonwealth and becomes the
      Republic of Ireland
      April 1 - Founding of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
      April 4 - North Atlantic Treaty is signed in Washington, DC.
      April 14 - The day the N'Ko alphabet is held to have been completed
      by Solomana Kante.
      April 18 - Éire formally became the Republic of Ireland.
      April 20 - Royal Navy frigate HMS Amethyst goes up the Yangtze River
      to evacuate British Commonwealth refugees escaping the advance of the
      Mao's communist forces. Under heavy fire it runs aground off Rose
      Island. After an aborted rescue attempt at April 26 it anchors 10
      miles upstream. Negotiations with the communist forces to let the
      ship leave drag on for weeks
      April 23 - Chinese communist troops take Nanking
      April 29 - News Review reveals that neither Selhurst College nor its
      headmaster H. Rochester Sneath exist

      May 5 - The Council of Europe is founded by the signing of the Treaty
      of London.
      May 9 - Rainier III of Monaco becomes Prince of Monaco, upon the
      death of his maternal grandfather Louis II.
      May 11 - Israel is admitted to the U.N. as its 59th member.
      May 11 - Siam changes its name to Thailand.
      May 12 - Cold War: The Soviet Union lifts its Blockade of Berlin.
      May 20 - The AFSA (predecessor of the NSA) is established.
      May 22 - After two months in Bethesda Naval Hospital, James Forrestal
      commits suicide, under circumstances that seem suspicious to many.
      May 23 - The Federal Republic of Germany is established.
      EDSAC, the first stored-program computer, begins operation at
      Cambridge University.

      June 2 - Transjordan becomes kingdom of Jordan
      June 6 - With the passage of the Bodh Gaya Temple Act by the Indian
      government, Mahabodhi Temple is restored to partial Buddhist control.
      June 8 - Red Scare: Such celebrities as Helen Keller, Dorothy Parker,
      Danny Kaye, Fredric March, John Garfield, Paul Muni and Edward G.
      Robinson are named in an FBI report as Communist Party members.
      June 8 - George Orwell's book Nineteen Eighty-Four is published.

      1919 July 27 - 13 aug real short hit here.
      July 31 — Strike of policemen in London and Liverpool for recognition
      of the National Union of Police and Prison Officers. Over 2,000
      strikers are dismissed.

      August 11 — In Germany, the Weimar Constitution is passed into law.
      August 18 — Destruction of Bolshevik fleet at Kronstadt near
      Petrograd by British aircraft and torpedo boats in combined
      operation.
      August 19 — Afghanistan gains independence from the United Kingdom.
      16 August-26 August — First Silesian Uprising, the Poles in Upper
      Silesia rise against the Germans

      1889 20 Sept - 17 October
      September 10 - Albert Honoré Charles Grimaldi becomes Reigning Prince
      Albert I of Monaco
      September 23 - Nintendo Koppai (Later Nintendo Company, Limited)
      founded by Fusajiro Yamauchi to produce and market the playing card
      game Hanafuda.
      October 2 - In Washington, DC, the first international Conference of
      American States begins.
      October 3 - Sister Carries goes to Chicago
      October 24 - Sir Henry Parkes, Premier of New South Wales, delivers
      the Tenterfield Oration calling for the Federation of Australia.

      1890 13 Feb 0Vir 59 RX -25 Mar 28 Leo Rx 2 June 28 Leo Dir - 6 july
      0 Vir 59

      January 25 - The United Mine Workers of America is founded.
      January 25 - Nellie Bly completes her round-the-world journey in 72
      days.
      March 1 - Léon Bourgeois succeeds Ernest Constans as French Mister of
      the Interior.
      March 4 - The longest bridge in Britain, the Forth Bridge (1,710 ft)
      in Scotland, is opened.
      March 20 - Wilhelm II of Germany fires Otto von Bismarck.
      March 27 - A tornado strikes Louisville, Kentucky, killing 76 people
      and injuring 200.

      June 1 - The United States Census Bureau begins using Herman
      Hollerith's tabulating machine to count census returns.
      July 1 - Britain receives Zanzibar from Germany in exchange for
      Heligoland.
      July 2 - The Sherman Anti-Trust Act and Sherman Silver Purchase Act
      become United States law.
      July 3 - Idaho is admitted as the 43rd U.S. state.
      July 10 - Wyoming is admitted as the 44th U.S. state.
      July 27 - Vincent van Gogh shoots himself in the chest and dies two
      days later.
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