Friday, 3 January 2014

New Moon triggers a WW2 bomb at Euskirchen

At least one person was killed Friday when what is suspected to have been a World War II-era bomb detonated unexpectedly in Euskirchen, Germany, a fire official in that community told CNN. Euskirchen is in western Germany, about 30 kilometers (19 miles) southeast of Cologne and 40 kilometers (25 miles) east of the country's border with Belgium. Many unexploded bombs that were dropped by Allied forces in Germany roughly 70 years ago are believed to remain undiscovered.

The chart for the New Moon at Euskirchen is shown above. The luminaries not only form  explosive aspects to Uranus-Pluto and Mars but also to the TNP Hades (old or historical ) and Zeus (ammunition) [1].   With the Grand Cross on the horizon and meridian axes, it is no surprise that an old bomb has exploded! But this lunation can also be the trigger point of evolutionary leaps in consciousness that free us from old limits and reveal a new reality of expanded possibilities.  We either become agents of change willing to make radical adjustments in our ideas and actions or we struggle with surprises and pressures imposed upon us. [2]


P.S. Readers may like to compare the New Moon chart for another explosion miles away!
Uranus-Pluto New Moon and the Mt. Sinabung eruption

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