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Tsunami Quake










The Event Chart


Critical degrees on the 10th and 4th houses bring Mars and Venus into play. Mars in the same degree as the nodes is ominous. Mars square Uranus ruling earthquakes and tidal waves doesn't look good either.

Uranus in mutual reception with Neptune in the first explains the sudden and unexpected force and no one saw it coming.

Venus in mutual reception with Jupiter tells of the magnitude of the event. Critical degrees on the 2nd and 8th houses tell us the cost will be enormous.

Humanitarian Aquarius is on the 2nd house and generous Leo is on the 8th indicates global aid will come not only from the ruling governments, but from the people as well.

The Sun, ruler of the 8th house of death is confined in the 12th house of hidden tragedies, deposited by the grim reaper, Saturn in the 7th square the fate line of the chart (10th and 4th ).

The previous New Moon was on Dec 12/04 at 20 Sag. The Full Moon occurred shortly after the quake on Dec 26/04 at 5 Cancer.

Setting up the energy placement, in October 2004 there was a partial eclipse of the Sun in Libra and a total eclipse of the Moon in Taurus, across the 10th /4th axis of this event chart.




Capricorn 2004 Ingress Chart for Indonesia

 

Twenty nine degrees on the fate line (10th & 4th houses) of the chart foretells there is imminent danger.


The Moons' Nodes are in a T Square to Saturn in the 1st house of the people.


Venus/Jupiter and Uranus/Neptune are in each others signs (mutual reception) This brings the 3/4/5/6/7/8/9/11 into play. Pretty much the entire chart is affected.

 

These planets tell us of the great magnitude of a major event, which costs many lives and brings enormous devastation.

 

When the transiting Moon reached 28 degrees - the same degrees as the Nodes of the Moon The Earthquake Hit, resulting in the Tsunami that became a global catastrophe.


Written by Inge Lohse

On December 26, 2004 an undersea earthquake, magnitude 9.0 in the Indian Ocean, generated tsunamis that caused one of the deadliest natural disasters in modern history. This rare type of earthquake, known as a mega-thrust, struck at 07:58:53 (local time) just off the north-western coast of the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. It was the largest earthquake on Earth since the 9.2 magnitude Good Friday Earthquake off Alaska in 1964, and tied for fourth largest since the establishment of accurate global seismographic record keeping by 1900. These tsunamis were the deadliest by far in all of recorded history. They devastated the shores of Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and other countries with waves up to 15 meters (50 feet) in height. Even the east coast of Africa (especially Somalia) was hit, despite being located 4,500 km (2,800 miles) or more west of the epicentre. The plight of the many affected people prompted a widespread humanitarian response.