Sunday, January 13, 2008

History in the Cornfields

The cornstalks are talking. The race is on.

The heartland of the United States is the crossroads between south and north, east and west. There is bigotry and there's tolerance. There's eastern establishment and western independence and pioneering instincts. A good cross-section of American society.
On January 3, 2008, history was made in Iowa. Quite unexpectedly. Years from now the books will remember the occasion as the first time a person of color was chosen by the people to lead the nation forward. No one really believed it could happen. This came after stealing land from people of color, stealing people of color from their homeland and enslaving them, then giving the people of color the right to equality after one of the most non-violent struggles in history. But a struggle it was. The Civil Rights Act was signed on June 19, 1964, prohibiting segregation in all public places. Many historians have come to conclude that the event was of major importance to America’s whole political and social development.
Sun: 27 Gemini
Venus: 29 Gemini
Mars: 1 Gemini
Uranus-Pluto in Virgo opposite Saturn in Pisces
Moon in Libra
Libra: equality: Gemini: brotherhood: Saturn-Uranus: political and social progress
The day of the Iowa caucus had Pluto at 29 Sagittarius opposite the Sun-Venus of the Civil Rights Act. Mars was at 29 Gemini conjunct the Sun-Venus. As Mars crossed 28, the political race baiting began. By the time it reached 27, it was in full swing.
Is the civil rights movement coming to fruition? What I see happening at 29 Sagittarius opposite the Gemini of the Civil Rights Act, is the revelation of where racial prejudice really lies? It's not where you think it is. It includes a look at everyone everywhere.


Blogger jm said...

What on earth does it take for humans to see?

13/1/08 4:14 PM  

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