Out of the Shadows – The Approaching Biquintile
Headlines for our hemisphere included storms, political and social revolutionaries, criminality, vindication and geniuses making this a bi-quintile kinda week. Below are the stats:
1 bad storm
3 Political/Social Revolution-like Events
The Coffee Party
Healthcare Debate Echos
3 Events teetering on Criminality
The devil in Greece’s fiscal crisis
White House Social Secretary Steps Down
AIG’s 4Q losses
1-Honorable Mention – New York’s Triple Threat
New Yorkers got a special something from the Approaching Biquintile this week as Governor Patterson announced his retirement, New York Congressman Charlie Rangel went under fire for a Bahamian trip and violent storms including snow and rain ravaged the region and shut down air travel.
Reform, re-work, re-do, re-try, re-plan, re-take…
From public opinion to individual bank accounts, the watch words this week sounded a lot like re-work, re-do and re-try. The Desire for Reforms Eclipse and the Biquintile Transit Charts are both ruled by the Moon. Venus and Saturn are in exaltation at opposite ends of the chart in the Biquintile Transit view.
Look out! Revolutionary change may demand matyrs.
Below is the Desire for Reform Eclipse chart and the Biquintile Transits. The Desire for Reform Eclipse chart is depicted on the inner wheel and the Biquintile Transits chart is on the outer wheel.
Music’s Top Earner-The Boss
Following a close second behind U2, Bruce Springsteen made the cut for one of Music’s Top Earners in 2009. See http://music.msn.com/music/article.aspx?news=485096>1=28102.
It’s time to re-write those Bruce Springsteen biographies. The blue collar Jersey Boy who stole the hearts of Americans with a special kind of musical genius is still The Boss when it comes to packing the house and raking in the bucks for concert tours. As many of you know, Bruce emerged from humble beginnings in Freehold, NJ. The Astrodatabank biography says he bought his first guitar for $14 at age 18 at a local pawnshop. This was about a year after he suffered a concussion from a motorcycle accident at 17. The chart below is The Boss’ birth chart.
Finishing up a fabulous year, the 60-year old Springsteen was among the recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors, an annual award to figures from the world of arts for their contribution to American culture. The awards ceremony took place December 6, 2009. Below is a depiction of Springsteen’s fabulous stint with the Desire for Reforms eclipse and the Approaching Biquintile. Few will argue that Springsteen is not a mega music superstar, but many will agree that he’s some kinda genius.
To read more about the Bruce Springsteen biographies referenced go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Springsteen andhttp://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Springsteen,_Bruce
Next up the Approaching Sesquiquadrate at 135 degrees.