My initial thought upon seeing this was Space Births Astrology. 2024 is one of the dates being cited for this, um, venture. So the first Space Baby would have Pluto in Aquarius. Of course. The other date mentioned – 2028 – would give Space Baby Neptune in Aries and Uranus in Gemini as well. But how would you do the birth chart of this baby?
Then I thought Holy Hecate, Egbert – what sort of fuqery is this?! There are women giving birth in unsafe situations or experiencing sub-optimal pregnancies without proper support all over the planet. Why spend one cent on Space Birthing until that is sorted out? Is this like a gigantic onanistic enterprise? Spaceturbation? Then I scanned my consciousness for bias. Am I letting the fact that Egbert cannot physically give birth himself cloud my judgment of his Space Birth concept?
Imagine Giving Birth In Space With These Guys As Your Doulas
Or is it that Egbert (below) looks like someone who would mansplain your vagina to you and then invoice you for the privilege? See the Sun Signs As Space Tourists for a concept of how that could work out.
Egbert Edelbroek is the frontman for the company. The C.E.O. stalked off recently over “serious ethical concerns.” So now it is all up to Egbert, an innovative serial entrepreneur, and scientist.”
He has built a broad academic and expert network that keeps expanding rapidly. Egbert received his Ph.D. for his research on courage development in organizations, combining the ability to connect large amounts of data, solid analytical power, and a strong helicopter-view. Egbert is best known for innovative thought power and his strategic networking skills.
He’d Mansplain Your Vagina To You And Then Invoice For The Privilege
Irritatingly, I cannot find Egbert’s birth details but one of his partners in this venture is Jeffrey Hayzlett – a Scorpio with Moon in Leo. He is a “global business celebrity” and the author of Think Big, Act Bigger – The Rewards Of Being Relentless. He was on Celebrity Apprentice for three seasons and says “the most dangerous move in business is the failure to make a move.”
Imagine being stuck in space, giving birth with these guys as your doulas. Or, as the project is already pivoting to test tubes – women being strangely reluctant to get involved – having your offspring owned by them. Your baby would be leveraged and upscaled into collateral derivatives before they’d even cut the umbilical cord. Or awarded themselves a doctorate in Space Innovation.