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Sun conjunct Uranus in Aries – MOAB

Sun conjunct Uranus in Aries – MOAB

Sun conjunct Uranus in Aries – MOAB on the 13th of April 2017

Sun conjunct Uranus – What does it mean?

sun conjunct venus in aries

This is a time of the year when an unforeseen change can suddenly occur, if only for a brief instant. Appearing more unpredictable now, you may surprise others; you even may surprise yourself. What makes you special clearly shows. Dare to be different. That’s exactly what the US Military were on the 13th of April 2017.

Chart:

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Astrology Analysis

This transit seems very fitting for something like this. Just look at the signs and planets involved. Aries, Sun, Uranus, Conjunction.

A coming together of 2 planets which can cause power, combined with Aries to create reactive power. The conjunction sits in the 6th house which suggests daily life disruption. The 6th house could also suggest a well-planned, controlled explosion to prevent any possible civilian casulties.

This seems to be the case. There were no reported deaths, it seems they just wanted to destroy infrastructure and resources.

The ASC/MC-midpoint is approximately around 27 degrees in Virgo.
In addition to this, Venus and Chiron are conjunct in Pisces and they square Saturn in Sagittarius. Saturn turns the pain into manifestion, so it is likely they was quite a lot of suffering, possibly especially pertaining to women because Venus as mundane symbol of females and women.

The Sun-Uranus conjunction for the explosion, and along with a separating Pluto square is still in place, though possibly if it had been applying, we would be dealing with a nuclear disaster. (Pluto is associated with nuclear things).

It looks like we got away with this one!

Quote from CNN:

“Washington (CNN)The US military dropped America’s most powerful non-nuclear bomb on ISIS targets in Afghanistan Thursday, the first time this type of weapon has been used in battle, according to US officials.

A GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB), nicknamed the “mother of all bombs,” was dropped at 7:32 p.m. local time, according to four US military officials with direct knowledge of the mission. A MOAB is a 30-foot-long, 21,600-pound, GPS-guided munition.”

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