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  • msbhavens1
    I should note that if you accept teh Passenger train s significator to be SAturn, that at 4:32PM in chatsworth that Capricorn is on the ASC adn Saturn is ont
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      I should note that if you accept teh Passenger train's significator
      to be SAturn, that at 4:32PM in chatsworth that Capricorn is on the
      ASC adn Saturn is ont he 8th house cusp. But I think it is probably
      more than jsut this incident, so I do wonder.

      Beth


      --- In thefixedstars@yahoogroups.com, "msbhavens1" <msbhavens1@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > there was a firetrain incident int eh channel Tunnel from England
      to
      > France earlier this week? cant' recall the day time, but then today
      > there was a bad train wrick in Chatsworth CA
      >
      > train left union Station in Los Angeles at 4:10, collision occured
      at
      > 4:32 commuter train verses freight train, 350 passengers, body
      count
      > up to 10 so far, many injured,
      >
      > I'm wondering if this is indicitive of the Mercury Jupiter Square?
      >
      > Jupiter a travel planet is in its fall in Capricorn and Mercury? is
      > it in the claws of scorpio? not certain visually where he is right
      > now, but on ye old placidius chart he's mid Libra which is
      basically
      > the claws of Scorpio.
      >
      > Anyway thought I'd through out a timed incident for consideration.
      >
      > something to ponder in the night sky, that trio of Mars Venus and
      > Mercury are still pretty tight and pretty square Jupiter thoughts,
      oh
      > and sun and Uranus are fairly opposite.
      >
      > I'm thinking since the incidents are in happening not just in one
      > country that it is a general picture in the sky, not a countries
      > particular incident, but something that is a world incident, train
      > wise. ??? okay lots of wide thoughts there but thought it worthy of
      > consideration, any other larger train events out there? current?
      >
      > Beth
      >
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