Clearly, the political uprising in Egypt is reflective of this epochal aspect, and we can see how current events are timed or triggered by transits of Uranus or Pluto to the seed conjunction chart of 1965. For if we cast a chart for the 1965 Uranus-0-Pluto we find the Ascendant in Cairo at 6 Cancer, and transiting Pluto is exactly opposite this Ascendant. Since the Ascendant of such a mundane chart is the most sensitive point that mirrors the state of the state and it's people- major transits to this angle and/or it's ruler are crucial. In this case, the ruler of the Cancer Ascendant is the Moon at 7 Aries in the 10th house of government, and transiting Pluto will square this Moon for the first time in Feb. 2011.
|From Asia & Mideast|
The awakening of radical, revolutionary impulses to overthrow repressive conditions are unfolding in Egypt, where inspired by the recent protests that led to the fall of the Tunisian government and the ousting of longtime Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Egyptians have joined other protesters across the Arab world in protesting their autocratic governments, high levels of corruption, and poverty. Some astrologers have projected similar global scenarios when the Uranus-Pluto squares kick in and kick ass. But the intense drive for change and liberation in Egypt now would seem to be the first definitive manifestation of these planetary energies, that were actually seeded back in the 60's at the birth of the 125 year Uranus-Pluto cycle.
Eclipses in Tunisia and Egypt, by Mary Plumb:
Brzezinski’s Feared “Global Awakening” Has Arrived:
"Zbigniew Brzezinski’s much feared “global political awakening” is in full swing. Revolts in Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia and other countries represent a truly monumental worldwide rallying cry for freedom that threatens to immeasurably damage the agenda for one world government, but only if the successful revolutionaries can prevent themselves from being co-opted by a paranoid and desperate global elite."
"There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about." ~Margaret J. Wheatley