Eclipse for Pope .....
edited: Thursday, April 07, 2005
By Paul 'yogi' Nipperess BMin
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Posted: Thursday, April 07, 2005
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.... updating our astroanalysis for
24 March 2005 and 08 May 2005, as posted
in a previous article, at:
Just a note about the solar eclipse on
08 April 2005, the Pope's funeral and
some other mundane events this week.
Solar eclipse on that date is squarely
on the longitude of the Pope's birthplace,
Charles, Prince of Wales, will postpone
his wedding by 24 hours to attend the
At our local Astrochat last night, we looked
at Sepharial's interpretation of a solar
eclipse on 19 Aries, it reads:
"In the second decanate, it denotes the
imprisonment and sadness of some king
(Charlie's marriage to Camilla ??? ... :) ... )
and danger of death to him, the corruption
of fruit-bearing trees and of things growing
upon the earth."
.... and today, we receive news of the death
of Prince Ranier of Monaco ... two days ahead
of the eclipse in Aries' second decanate !~!
Given that the Pope missed his first service
for Easter in 26 years, on our last target
date 24032005, then his subsequent death,
about a week later ..... one would think that
any event on 08 May 05 would pale into
However, Sepharial and Gann show us, that
on 08 May 2005, a world event could bring
the focus onto the British Monarchy
(and the leader of the Church of England).
... see Sepharial's take on the 08042005
eclipse above, then consider that the
"annular total" eclipse only lasts 42 seconds.
If we project that 42 seconds, as days from
our last target date 24032005, we land on
05052005 = British elections and 3 days
before the next target date on 08052005.
UK elections are to be held that weekend
of 05052005 and there has already been
concerns voiced about terrorist activities,
about that time .....
..... an attack on the British government
AND Head of the Church of England, perhaps?
Alternatively, even if we project the
42 seconds as days from the eclipse,
that will take us to Friday 20052005
and Neptune (king?) on station to go
Other eclipse-related mundane targets will
be around 07 November 2006 and 07 January 2007,
exactly 60 days (solar sextile), after our
07 November 2006 stellium.
So in summary, on 08 May 2005, the death of
a Pope and a Prince, will be difficult events
to eclipse, in a mundane sense ... unless it
is of the magnitude of Hiroshima.
To put a positive spin on it, let's pray for
the capture of bin Laden ..... :)
P.S. ..... some more numbers:
1440 = minutes in a day
..... also, 1440 BC = time of EXODUS from Egypt