This chart is from:
For all of you who have now read my reports, you should be now in a position to look at a horoscope and tell me what the position of the planets now will effect other horoscopes.
This branch of Astrology is called Mundane Astrology. At what better place to test it, than to test it on China. Ok here we go.
Now look at the chart above. It was for the moment when The People’s Republic of China was formally established on October 1, 1949, 3:01:36 pm CCT, Beijing, China. It is that accurate.
First of all it is as if you are looking at an ordinary birthday. You know where Uranus, and Pluto are these days. And you know what I have recently said about the Sun making awkward angles to them. Now look at the chart of China. They have their Sun Libra. They have already had Saturn go over there and slow down their economy. Well that is just the tip of the ice-berg.
Uranus is 7 degrees Aries. China’s Sun is 7 degrees Libra. They will pull each other. The Sun is the centre of government. Uranus is the popular resistance, or revolutionaries.
It gets worse. Pluto is 6 degrees Capricorn. It is moving slowly to making 90 degrees to that same Sun. Bad news.
I expect China to fragment into many countries as Communism falls apart. Pluto is vicious. That is will be the great event of the 21st Century. It will be good for all. We should see a lot happen as Mars goes through Scorpio and shake up that dreadful military grip as signified by the Mars-Pluto in Leo in the chart above.
Look at Mars now, it is 16 degrees Scorpio. Look at Venus in the Chinese Horoscope above. It is 19 degrees Scorpio. Expect the women in China to rise and the law to change. The stern control of men and military is at odds with women in China.
I must say, it has taken a while to get to a position to say all this. We had to wait for the Uranus Pluto angles to really bite. But let us see Mars and Venus to do their bit for now. Any they will now.
Expect the generals there to divert public attention with war games. It won’t work. Mars is enraging all.
Lao Tze said:
Nature is not kind;
It treats all things impartially.
The Sage is not kind,
And treats all people impartially.
Nature is like a bellows,
Empty, yet never ceasing its supply.
The more it moves, the more it yields;
So the sage draws upon experience
And cannot be exhausted.
I say this, as Lao Tze said:
Honest people use no rhetoric;
Rhetoric is not honesty.
Enlightened people are not cultured;
Culture is not enlightenment.
Content people are not rich;
Riches are not contentment.
So the sage does not serve himself;
The more he does for others, the more he is satisfied;
The more he gives, the more he receives.
Nature flourishes at the expense of no one;
So the sage benefits all men and contends with none.