The Astrology Of The Genoa Bridge Collapse
If the planet were a person, around about now would be when we told them to stop with all the nonsense. Never mind perpetual growth or the maintenance of a delusionary bubble. Just pull right back and re-ground. Reallocate some resources and fix the foundations. It is not even ideological. It’s just basic sense. Like how if you broke your ankle, you would not prioritize a pedicure.
The new Earth Era is Uranus in Taurus + Saturn/Pluto in Capricorn. It emphasizes our relationship with nature. See it as a reminder of the responsibility we have for plants, forests, animals, and the ecological balance. But it is also about infrastructure – bridges, roads, and tunnels. A few years ago, I read an in-depth article about crumbling bridges and the problems funding their repair. It seemed unbelievable. You would think that maintaining structures that don’t just collapse is integral to society?
They’re saying it was because of ‘the storm.’ Or ‘the Mafia’ ‘The sand ratio when they built it.’ ‘Counterfeit rivets.’ If you are interested in the Astrology of the Genoa Bridge Collapse, the Moon squared Saturn at the exact time it happened. But whatever the eventual culprit turns out to be, this is more than just a single bridge issue. Or a one-off astrological flashpoint.
The new Earth Era is beneficial.
The new Earth Era is beneficial. In 2019/2020, there will be a triple conjunction of Jupiter, Saturn, and Pluto in Capricorn. Uranus is in Taurus and the Royal Star Regulus in Virgo already. Ideally, this would manifest as a planetary-health-first just and peaceful planet.
The moment I saw the Ponte Morandi Bridge collapse news, I thought ‘the Tower.’ AKA Uranus. The sudden, shocking bolt of lightning that illuminates fragility, corruption, or worse. It’s also Saturn. Infrastructure – the very roads and paths that the people travel – are like the bare bones of society. They need to be robust, safe, and capable of supporting all those on them.
Some of the saddest comments on this tragic and still unfolding tale have been from the Genoese residents. They are all a variation of “I never felt safe driving over that bridge” and “I held my breath the whole time as I drove over.”
These are citizens. Despite the fractures, vulgarity, and tumult of this era of politics, they should be able to trust the very earth of a human-built structure to not just collapse beneath them. There should be broad public input into the spending of taxpayers money – everywhere. We have the technology.
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