The Role of the Least Aspected Planet in Astrocartography.
Planetary Symbolism in Astrocartography and Transcendental Astrology,
by Rob Couteau.
Mercury = 101
Saturn = 111
Jupiter = 121
Uranus = 131
Mars = 201
Pluto = 211
Neptune = 311
[Least-aspected Mercury] [Saturn]
At midnight commanders throughout East Berlin were told to wake up their troops and to open the top-secret envelopes which they had been issued. Even senior personnel were shocked by what they read. The long document began with a denunciation of the United States, of NATO, of West Germany and of West Berlin, but it was only when they reached the end that officers learned that they were being ordered to divide their own city in half…. Within hours, all of West Berlin had been encircled and sealed off.
–Alexandra Richie, Faust’s Metropolis: A History of Berlin.1
Construction of the Berlin Wall
When construction of the Berlin Wall was begun, Primary Mercury was in a vertical, midnight position over the southeast border of East Germany. Within fifteen minutes, it would pass directly over the East / West German border.
Remaining in place until its destruction in November 1989, the wall reflected the traditional Saturn / Mercury symbolism of “limitations and restrictions / on travel and communication” (Secondary Saturn / Primary Mercury).
1. Alexandra Richie, Faust’s Metropolis: A History of Berlin, p. 717.
Revised & updated:
5 August 2005
Role of the Least-aspected Planet in Astrocartography
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