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  • Mark Andrew Holmes
    Go ahead and send it on, Diana. And thanks for posting this. Mark A. Holmes ... === message truncated ===
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 4, 2007
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      Go ahead and send it on, Diana. And thanks for posting
      this.


      Mark A. Holmes


      --- Diana K Rosenberg <fixed.stars@...> wrote:

      > 1a. Re: Volcano
      > > --- In thefixedstars@yahoogroups.com, "msbhavens1"
      > <msbhavens1@> wrote:
      > > >
      > > > The volcano going off in the REd Sea off the
      > coast of Yemen is
      > > > probably worthy of note today as well, reallys
      > started yesterday I
      > > > believe, MissB
      > ======================
      > Hi-
      >
      > The volcano is Djebel Teyr or Jebel al Tair - the
      > Smithsonian Volcano Book
      > has it
      > at 15N42 00, 41E44 31.2; its last eruption was 1883
      >
      > I ran a chart for the Autumn Equinox at those
      > coordinates - the Mars-Pluto
      > opposition came
      > out in 6th-12th near the Asc-Dsc: (Asc was 4 Cap 05,
      > MC 12 Libra 25)
      >
      > The one very definite volcano area I've found in the
      > stars is in late Virgo
      > at the stars of
      > Crater, the Cup, which I now believe should be
      > Crater, the volcanic crater!
      >
      > 2000.0:
      > Epsilon Crateris 26 Virgo 15
      > Labrum, Delta Crateris 26 Virgo 41
      > HD 99918 Crateris 27 Virgo 05
      > Kappa Crateris 27 Virgo 28
      >
      > So you can see that Mars and Pluto were squaring
      > these - I don't usually use
      > aspects to fixed
      > stars, but this is a good example of it working!
      >
      > The 2nd and 8th houses were, in Manilius'
      > Astronomica (ca 10 AD) the "Abodes
      > of Typhon;"
      > in my book, under Constellation Pisces, I have
      >
      > "A Roman myth said that Venus and her son Cupid were
      > frightened by Typhon, a
      > monstrous dragon of flames and fire. Typhon could
      > not live in water, so
      > water-born Venus and her son tied themselves
      > together so that they would not
      > lose each other in the depths, changed themselves
      > into fishes, and
      > disappeared into the sea. (Typhon was quite a
      > trouble-maker: Jupiter finally
      > zapped him with a thunderbolt, tied him up, and
      > dropped the island of Sicily
      > on him to hold him down; Mt. Etna was placed on his
      > head, and its frequent
      > eruptions are attributed to Typhon’s considerable
      > annoyance!)"
      >
      > So Manilius' "Abodes of Typhon" definitely relate to
      > volcanoes, and in this
      > ingress chart the 2nd house contains Moon, Neptune,
      > AVx and NNode; the 8th
      > has Venus, TransplutoVertex (exactly conjunct),
      > Saturn and the SNode.
      >
      > I once created a "Part of Volcanoes" - 8th cusp +
      > Mars - Pluto; here it
      > comes out and 6 Aquar 22 on the 2nd house cusp.
      > Jupiter, in the 12th at 13 Sag 11, is right on the
      > helio SNode of Uranus
      >
      > The IC (12 Aries) is one of the two highest scoring
      > fire areas in the sky:
      >
      > From the book:
      >
      > Mu Cephei in King’s head "Garnet Star" 9AR42 64
      > 12 58 47 21
      > 44 4.08 M2 Ia
      > Psi Pegasi in body, near navel 10AR05 23 10 25 08 23
      > 58 4.66 M3
      > III
      > Nova Lacertae 1936 in crown of Cepheus 11AR12 58 52
      > 55 37 22 16
      > ----- -----
      > appeared on Cepheus/Lacerta border June 18, 1936;
      > “officially” in Lacerta,
      > but actually in the original
      > crown of Cepheus, the King. King Edward VIII of
      > England abdicated less than
      > 6 months later
      > Dheneb Eta Ceti Sea-Monster’s flank 11AR46 -16 07
      > -10 11 1 09 3.45
      > K2 III
      > 14 Andromedae chained right wrist 11AR58 38 14 39
      > 14 23 31 5.22
      > K0 III
      >
      > Also here: Chi Pegasi where the Horse is cut off
      > (11136), 14 Cephei in the
      > King's crown (12101), and dim stars in the cord of
      > Pisces.
      > In the modern figures, stars of Lacerta, the Lizard
      > and Fornax, the Furnace.
      > This set spans 9130 to 12134.
      >
      > Mundane: Fires!!!, explosions, wanton destruction,
      > looting, gas events,
      > asphyxiation; underground
      > springs, gasses, heat, pressures, eruptions;
      > meteorite falls,
      > assassinations, assassination attempts.
      >
      > Fire paragraph:
      >
      > The King wears a Crown of Fire (Romans called him
      > “inflammatus”!): *Ibn
      > Ezra, an 11th century astrologer who followed
      > Ptolemy in almost all of his
      > constellation descriptions, broke from this guide
      > and listed in the place of
      > Cepheus, "The Lady of the Flame," *the Hsiu Tung-Pi
      > was cited in Sun Tzu’s
      > classic “Art of War” (ca 500 BCE) as a propitious
      > lunar placement for
      > attacks with fire, *In the 1750’s Abbé de La Caille
      > created, in these
      > longitudes, the modern constellation of Fornax, the
      > Furnace. *In ancient
      > China, 14 Andromedae was part of “The Celestial
      > Stables” housing sacred
      > sacrificial horses, exemplars of the principle of
      > fire or Yang, *The two
      > Bhadrapadha nakshatras (this is Uttarabhadrapadha)
      > were known as ‘the
      > Scorching Pair,’ connected with all things hot and
      > burning: this is one of
      > two areas with the highest number of fires in the
      > zodiac. Among them: Moon:
      > Exeter Theatre fire, 1887, England: 200 died, many
      > suffocated by smoke;
      > Mercury: Triangle Clothing Factory Fire, 1911, New
      > York City: 146 died,
      > mostly young women trapped on upper floors
      > (Andromeda, entrapment!) Saturn,
      > L’Innovation Department Store fire 1967, Brussels:
      > 322 killed; Venus, start
      > of fire-bombing of Dresden, 1945, more than 35,000
      > civilians killed,
      > architectural treasures destroyed; Bradford, England
      > football stadium fire
      > 1985 (53 killed) and the "Move" cult bombing by
      > Philadelphia police causing
      > a fire that gutted entire city block (11 dead, 200
      > homeless); Mars: 10-hour
      > fire destroyed Lisbon’s Chiado shopping district,
      > 1988; Mars st rx 1988,
      > start of the Yellowstone fires and the 1988
      > Ramstein, Germany Air Show
      > disaster when three planes collided and crashed in
      > flames, parts hitting
      > spectators (70 killed, 500 injured). Uranus: Crile
      > Hospital fire, 1929,
      > Cleveland, OH (x-ray film gasses asphyxiated 124);
      > Neptune, 1865: a boiler
      > explosion and fire wrecked paddle-wheeler “Sultana”
      > carrying 2,500, most of
      > them Union soldiers returning from Civil War, on the
      > Mississippi River near
      > Memphis, TN: 1,238 were killed outright or drowned -
      > “the worst maritime
      > disaster in American history.” NNode, 1987, the
      > “Great Black Dragon Fire” in
      > Manchuria, “the worst forest fire in 300 years” that
      > destroyed prime timber
      > stands in vast stretches of China and Soviet Union;
      > SNode: TWA Flight 800
      > exploded, crashed in flames into Atlantic off Long
      > Island in 1996, killing
      > 230; MC, Cancer Ingress 1994, Leavenworth, WA, 2
      > months before severe forest
      > fires forced evacuation of town (fires raged
      > throughout Pacific NW); MC when
      > an accidental explosion caused by thieves siphoning
      > oil from a pipeline
      > ignited an inferno near Jesse, Nigeria in 1998;
      > about 800 killed, entire
      > villages and croplands destroyed. This was the Moon
      > at the 1979 Three Mile
      > Island nuclear accident and partial meltdown,
      > Mercury at the 1986 Chernobyl,
      > USSR nuclear explosion, fire and meltdown! There are
      > underground fires, gas
      > pressures and springs as well: this was the IC at
      > the notorious eruption of
      > Vesuvius in 79 CE that destroyed Pompeii and
      > Herculaneum, burying and
      >
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