Saturday, August 30, 2008

Orchestration

The chemicals of the Mile High Obama nomination are still coursing through my system. The event was so beautifully choreographed. It's impressive when 85,000 people can spend a long day together harmonizing.
Maybe it's because I was in downtown Denver. Maybe it's on account of my Uranus-moon transit. This time of year the sunsets are especially enchanting. The weather was as perfect as it gets on earth.

The special sensation I mentioned intrigued me so I took a look at the chart of the time Obama accepted -- 8:14 PM mountain time, to get a cosmic glimpse.

The midheaven was 26 degrees Sagittarius, in the center of our galaxy. Pluto was 2 degrees away in the 10th. Fiery emotional inspirational power out front.

Neptune and the North Node were in the 12th house adding to the spiritual aspect of the gathering, and Pisces was rising at 23, all contributing to the flow, emotional sensations, and easy music, well paced with a wide variety. Throw in Denver's 29 Sag Venus square Neptune at 29 Pisces and you have quite a poetic convergence.
Uranus was conjunct the ascendant describing the collective experience, and the moon was in Leo in the 5th, a perfect night for grand theater. The moon was quincunx Jupiter in Capricorn in the 10th. Leo-Capricorn, regal and dignified. Uranus on the ascendant also shows the more rebellious tone of the speech, and Mercury conjunct Venus square the elevated Pluto speaks of the beauty of the words.
And then. By another act of destiny, the news cycle was abruptly taken away, freezing the moment forever without the normal second day destruction. Just amazing. The busy cosmology.

16 Comments:

OpenID kritusi-vuki said...

Beautifully put :)

30/8/08 7:58 AM  
Blogger John from Taos said...

And then. By another act of destiny, the news cycle was abruptly taken away, freezing the moment forever without the normal second day destruction. Just amazing.

I haven't seen this take ANYWHERE else. Good for you!

30/8/08 8:37 AM  
Anonymous Joe said...

I don't understand the reference to the news cycle being taken away. Can you clarify?? The talking heads dissected it just like they always do, at least here.

30/8/08 10:05 AM  
Blogger jm said...

The second day death, joe. The first night they were stunned and gave it glowing reviews. Then it was completely eclipsed which was the best thing in the world. The positive impression remains in the cells of the 40,000,000 or so who saw it.

I mentioned before how his glory is always quickly overshadowed and you can see it here once again right on schedule. The crowd plunged immediately back into the fear, tension, pain, sorrow, and confusion. The brutality. The torture, if you will. The decision for or against punishment is set to be made. Do the people need more punishment or are they ready to start the slow evolutionary path to redemption and resolution of the guilt over slavery? Each one decides for him or herself.

It was very easy for me. I chose to stay in the joy of the moment rather than get dragged through the hell of the next news cycle. Very easy choice. In fact, I might continue this way and ignore a lot of what's ahead.

It's the after-effects, the harmonics I call it, that tell the story. There's cosmic protection when we need it.

John, I heard one other person who understood this over at the Field, but then yesterday, a few more picked up on it. Destiny is with us.

The media murder is part of the cycle of life but Obama is getting it more than anyone. He knew in his genius that he had one chance to cut through and he took it. He had the American people listening to him for once. So he laid out his case perfectly by destroying every smear the Cons had, and came out a leader. Very potent speech. he did many things in that 44 minutes. I think the most memorable one they'll take forward is when he said, "Enough!!"

The Republicans were going to name their convention "Not Ready to Lead", but they scrambled like crazed animals to change it at the last minute since Obama made it impossible. I don't know what they'll do now. It would be interesting if they will be forced to drop their insane negativity.

It was an incredible amazing stroke by Obama. An amazing event.

Sometimes the truth gets an untouched moment, speaking of tampering. No one's in charge, thank god.

30/8/08 1:50 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

Speaking of "Not Ready to Lead," get a load of what's-her-name from Alaska...

30/8/08 2:24 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Exactly. This is a cosmic joke so we'll see.

It's all about the last Pluto station and it looks like I'll have to get involved and write an entry, at least about the generalities.

As far as what's-her-name goes, I won't look. It's the same thing -- creationism, prurient sex, psychological miswiring, pain, pain, pain, and most of all fear. There's a better life. All the Doomers are coming back out for the big occcasion. They're back into their totalitarian fantasy. The hocus-pocus returns. Bubble bubble toil and trouble.

It's all a set-up to see if we're ready to move on. She can't be second in command in our country, so I'm not getting involved with her. She's not at all my type. This one is so ridiculous that even others are getting it.

The only thing I don't like is the mockery of our government while people are actually struggling right now with real problems. The Repub fun and games while a city drowns, for example. I can only conclude that the Neocons are running the clock out on this one and they're f***ing with the heads of the susceptible. Get a few thrills in before the curtain.

I'm through with it. Enough.

30/8/08 2:46 PM  
Blogger Donnie McDaniel said...

Someone still thinks you are so SWEET!!! Can you guess who it is?

Till I see your guess, I'll be busy getting my grandmother out the path of the storm again!!!

I can't believe we have to do this again. DEJA VU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

30/8/08 3:21 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Donnie!!!!!!!!!!! Can anyone believe it????? Again! We'll get it this time. Repetition is part of education.

Good to see you, my love.

30/8/08 3:31 PM  
Blogger Donnie McDaniel said...

I'm right smack in the middle of the projected path of the storm again. The girlfriend is on the hurricane crew, and is at work. I have her kid to take out of harm.

Things are going down here. People have lost their minds now. Grandma is freaking out!!!!

I got moved up to manager a few months ago. I had to stay behind to get all my people off and deal with the drama.

I can't leave till I have all my people taken care of. I am leaving in the morning and have to take Grandma to higher ground.

30/8/08 4:20 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Yup. Higher ground.

30/8/08 7:09 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

While Hurricane Gustav bears down on New Orleans, intimidating the residents into fleeing, the local police forces of both St Paul and Minneapolis are sweeping the cities in raids on private homes, intimidating residents and visitors who wish to express their constitutional rights to free speech.

One is a natural force, while the other is an artificial one. Both are inimical to life and liberty, when you really think about it.

30/8/08 8:06 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Joe, that is advanced metaphysical thinking.

When you remove yourself from judgement you can see the whole panorama of shifting pressures all necessary in the sequence that gets it from here to the next point.

You are so correct. The weather is like human activity, only we call the human right and wrong. The other is "natural". Who's to say human error isn't natural?

So raids are made and people cry. Fears rise. But those raided have reasons to be implicated. The puzzle is never solved.

Life and liberty can't exist without death and imprisonment. A huge spectrum which we navigate all our lives.

30/8/08 8:35 PM  
Blogger jm said...

The same applies to what's-her-name. I'm beginning to see the purpose.

We can't eliminate what we don't like but I think we can maneuver in a complex web and when real knowledge comes, what's wrong is actually right. It's part of the whole.

If at point B you find yourself in a good spot, yet from point A onward there were treacherous experiences, would you want to eliminate them if they got you to the good spot? The only problem is you can't see point B from A. But the in-between experiences are the important ones. They mold and shape. Develop character.

It takes courage to live well.

30/8/08 8:43 PM  
Blogger yeshe_choden said...

I've decided that what's-her-name is Joe Biden's problem ... and I fully trust Joe to take care of it.

Oh, and -- turns out Rev Dobson asked his congregation to pray that God would send a great storm to spoil Obama's outdoor speech.

Guess whose speech was scheduled to begin in St. Paul when Gustav made landfall.

Right.

W.

31/8/08 11:14 PM  
Blogger jm said...

HA HA HA!!! Amazing, isn't it? I think I love life.

Also amazing is that I was just thinking a minute ago about the same thing. "Joe'll take care of it," I thought. Four planets in Scorpio should do it. I'm not a big Scorp person normally but I just became one.:-)

1/9/08 12:46 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Actually it's good for them that W isn't speaking but the rest of the affair might not be exactly joyous, much as they'd like to present some kind of dashing change excitement. Katrina isn't talked about-it's like a sexual taboo-but it's in the subconscious and the reminder is rather precisely timed, is it not?

1/9/08 12:55 AM  

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