Egypt Horoscope

Egypt Astrology Chart, Egypt Horoscope

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The protests in Egypt this January 2011 have come following the uprising and revolution in Tunisia in December 2010. This popular revolutionary movement spreading across the Arabic world is an early manifestation of the major planetary influence between now and 2015, Uranus square Pluto. This is a major generational change where we will see dramatic political and social upheavals. These grass roots movements battling authoritarian power structures is a perfect example of this planetary combination.

To find out why Egypt is the focus now we can look at the national horoscope of Egypt. This Egyptian horoscope is based on the June 1956 Proclamation of the Republic
[1]. The identity of the country, signified by the Sun, has been brought into focus this first half of 2011 because the December 2010 Lunar Eclipse was conjunct this Sun. As Marina wrote on this Ball Breaking eclipse, “My first thoughts on this was dialogue and confrontation”. That lunar eclipse and the Egyptian Sun are both on the fixed star Betelgeuse, Orion Constellation “associated with war and carnage.”

The Sun in the Egyptian horoscope also represents major events and the leader. So the eclipse portended a major event, and put the focus on president Mubarak who has ruled Egypt with dictatorial powers since 1981. The protests in Egypt now are directly related to the abuse of power from the autocratic regime, headed by Mubarak. The citizens are revolting against the state of emergency laws, which have not been lifted since 1981, and which restrict constitutional protections and grants police extensive powers. Eclipses on the Sun in a mundane chart “often signify the death or displacement of the head of state” [2].

Egypt Astrology Chart

Egypt Astrology Chart, Egypt Horoscope

Egypt Astrology Chart

Uranus brings radical change, it rules revolution and anarchy, but also the democratic popular movement which is pushing for this change. Uranus is now square the Egyptian Sun and will be through February. Jupiter has been amplifying the tensions, also square the Sun in the Egyptian Horoscope this January. Another trigger for this unrest was the January 19 Full Moon at 29 Cancer, square the Egyptian Ascendant.

I mentioned in Uranus square Pluto about the role of the internet in these coming political and social upheavals, “One big advantage we have today is global networking that the internet provides. It will be most important that this Uranian freedom is upheld, and it will be challenged by Plutonian organizations and governments.” The protests in Egypt are being coordinated on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, and the Egyptian government is attempting to shut these sites down in their country.

More anger, violence and revolution would seem to be in store for the year ahead in Egypt. Mars in the Egyptian horoscope rules violence and the police, and this Mars is being harshly aspect this year. Jupiter is square it now, and for the first two weeks of February. More dangerous is the square from Uranus which does indicate explosive violence. Uranus will square the Egyptian Mars in May this year, and again in September 2011 when elections are due. The anger of the people, represented by Mars, had built up in the last year with Pluto opposite Mars, built up to the point of no return.

References
1. “proclamation of the Republic at 11:30 p.m. GMT on 18 June in Cairo.” Campion, “The Book of World Horoscopes, Nicholas Campion, 2004, p.144.
2. wikipedia.org/wiki/Mundane_astrology

178 thoughts on “Egypt Horoscope

  1. Lucy,
    Just saw Garfaffi on TV…”We will fight to the death”…seems like situation worsening.
    Barb

    • old preditions had WW3 starting in the middleeast right about now….but was the internet considered

  2. Hey Jamie…you know I keep crapping on about that solar flare that happened on 18th feb?…well even NASA scientists are warning about solar flares and the damage they will cause, just google “solar flare 2 trillion” (the 2 trillion refers to 2 trillion dollars worth of damage)

    The news on Libya does not look good this morning, esculating…I am going to turn tv off and go out…am taking in too much gloom and doom,
    Barb

  3. Ok, here is question I have,

    Would be possible to predict when the new Iraqi dinars will be reinstated / revaluated as it is ongoing for almost 7years since 2003/4?
    seeing what is happening in Iraq it is looking dim.
    thank you

    • Hi Jan, I don’t know the story with the Iraqi currency, but when looking at the March Forecast I noted that early March could present a major challenge for the Iraqi government.

  4. Hi Jamie,

    thanks for replay, I noticed that too from March forecast hence i posted my question.

    I’m in one forum where members are sharing their sources, Intel, links, etc from all over the world to figure it out when that revaluation of Iraqi dinar will happen. As I mentioned it earlier this process was/is ongoing for few years and its nature is complex.

    There were many windows when it was suggested that it is the time, the date. Now the closest one are:

    -this weekend,

    -1st week of March,

    -before end of March (due to Arabic Summit in Iraq)

    -and in June as there is supposed to be the end of some sort law or whatever it is that has the end life and Iraq has to comply.

    We are very anxious about that and if we could known the “how/when”, or maybe it has to just play out on its own term; maybe even in a few years.

    this answer would made a big difference in people’s expectation.imo
    thank you again

  5. Hi Jamie….you know I had a bad feeling about Somalia?…well, on Friday night on the news it said that military were amassing on the border of Etheopia/Somalia, & there had been 4 days of fighting (think just in Somalia) ..it was only on for a few seconds!, so not much info…but today noticed on internet a warning from Australian Government to keep out of Somalia dated 27 Feb …& mind you , the warning was also to keep out of Africa altogther. Barb

  6. You are all such bellends. Do you actually understand the distance between stars? Do you understand anything of any consequence? Or is all of life just a precession of magic bollocks that no-one can interrupt?

    Stupidity is NOT an excuse.

    I notice the idiot that predicted something happening on Feb 7th didn’t come back to explain why nothing significant happened on that day.

    Idiots.

    • To Benji the Wonderdog,
      the word is “intepret”…not “Interrupt” !!!!!!!

      And I guess by your name that you are a most likely a pimply youth…. that likes to go on websites making insulting remarks….does it make you feel “important”???

      People who blog on this site, enjoy the site & have fun…we don’t insult each other..best keep away if you don’t like it…there are PLENTY of other sites to visit.
      Barb

    • It seams to me I heard this song before :o)

      Now I make a prediction – just for you: your Mercury is in some heavy fights with Uranus and Pluto – maby eaven with Jupiter, that makes you think, you are the master of universal intelligence :o)

  7. Hi Jamie…saw his comment on your Iraq post too…just “delete” & “block” if any more comments from this “zit popping youth with no brains or nothing nice to say”…
    Kind Regards Barb

      • Hi Jamie..saw replies today…just delete them all…as they ARE abusive…and time wasting….probably just 12 year olds sitting at computer! Barb
        (Or six year olds????!!! I mean with a name like “Benji the Wonderdog???!!!…you gotta laugh!)

  8. I don’t have time for trolls like this anymore. I used to get some fun out of taking them on but not these days. I deleted his comment on the Iraq post. Seems he comes from this forum: badscience.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=21443 “You’ve made me bait them now…Don’t worry, I made a couple of points regarding a prediction that was made and then roundly swept under the carpet when it didn’t happen. I’ll leave them to it now.”

  9. Hi Jamie, astrology debunkers seem to lack the intellectual capicity to actually investigate astrology. Dogs bark at things that confuse them.

    • Marina…my latest comment 3/3 has appeared above your comment dated 2/3…so it looks like you are replying to me!

      She’s not!!!

      Jamie / Marina…just been on 5pm news that UK & USA sending warships to Libya…..here we go….Barb

  10. if investors w/ madoff had sought astrolgical advice from me I could saved them.

  11. Twins can have different vertex,different part of fortune , different rising,Midheaven and all the planets in different houses,sometimes Moon in a different sign and house.
    Not as simple as skeptics would have you believe.

    • @Steve, as my personal contacts with twins, though not many of them; As far as astrology is concerned, I think the potency of a natal chart is diluted amongst the twins. Thus it no longer surprises me that none of the twin usually excels in a class if the other one is lagging behind. Either the full set of twins excel even if the other one follows a close second or third. In this respect I would say that the cosmic gifts bestowed in a natal chart is ‘shared’ between the twins, in the sense that if it’s an overly active/aggresive chart none of the anticipated level of aggressiveness based on a typical natal reading reflects on any of the twin. Commenting based on personal contacts with twins though.

      Interesting subject.

    • I remember that very long exchange on JT’s blog. At the end Jason expressed disappointment of your opponents. They weren’t making much sense with a few exceptions.
      Like any endeavor there are various skill levels. Astrology is only as good as it’s practitioner. To condemn the entire science is beyond silly.

      The first astrologer I ever met was a total skeptic and laughed at a guy that said he was an astrologer when asked his profession. The man asked for his birth data , an hour later told him the story of his life in detail. His world was rocked,his skeptism smashed.
      Over the next few years he devoured 200 books on astrology and became an astologer.

      • Great story, I think that skeptic can turn out the be some of the very best astrologers because of their critical thinking, once they have been converted, that is 🙂

    • ‘separated at birth,’….. twins brought up in wildly different cultures acted the same, chose simular careers, had same interests growing up, married simular spouses, simular friends, houses, vehicles, same habbits, clothing, hobbies, corresponding children’s ages, number and names. It appeared that twins raised together were encourged to have separate idenities. ‘Separted at birth’ was control study putifying data.

      • Interesting. I used to get right into the statistical side of things, including with astrology. I just don’t find it’s that useful, a qualitative approach is far better than a quantitative one in this field.

        • like my spelling lol. Did you catch obama’s mourning
          suit? after y2k and the gw win newyorkers protested with mourning black. Next year 9/11. people are very smart you know.

          • If it wasn’t for the automatic spell check on my browser you’d never understand anything I write!

  12. It could be the lack of Neptune, Uranus and 12 house influences on natal Mercury that makes up for an skeptic’s mind. I normally shield my personal interest in astrology by actually barring people from asking me about it. Since my love and interests for astrology is purely a personal hobby, I just remind them of the golden rule. I have met skeptics, lots of them and still manages to keep in contacts and even in close personal relationships with them to this day. Whenever they attempted to press me more about it, I steer the focus back to my own personality and never made an attempt to defend the subject in question in any way. I only highlight the fact that I am entirely different from them and leave it at that. For kids though I have a different explanation – I tell them that astrology is an ancient branch of combined math/science/esoteria that is not taught as part of a national curriculum; but which is available as an optional study meant only for highly intellectual individuals. That normally shuts them up for days.

  13. Hi Jamie…have you heard of Edgar Cayce?….just reading about him and his predictions…things about Egypt and the Great Sphinzx of Giza, massive Earthquake in California…Earth shifting on it’s axis….are you familiar with him? Barb

    • Hi again Barb, i sure have heard of Edgar Cayce, read a few of the book with his readings when I was first getting into astrology. He “saw”his clients birth charts and spoke about them, but astrologers could never understand his interpretation. It’s turns out he was seeing their Draconic charts, very soul-centered astrology.

  14. Jamie…also saw tonight on news that another cyclone due to hit Queensland this weekend….didn’t say how bad…think these things happening are all “signes”…getting pretty wierd…Barb

  15. new egyptian prime minister Essam Sharaf 07/12/52… Giza…building engineer … cancer male born in shadow of the great pyramids, just had libra/saturn return, mars/scorpio, venus/cancer, jupiter/taurus thoughtfully squared by mercury/leo, 19cancer/sun/departing/conq14uranius/square/neptune/libra…..pisces moon…this is a man who needs to see his plans take real form, is very perceptive about others motives, dislikes fantasy but loves egypt; it’s substantial art. Will move to preserve/protect and is ready for his next life phase, also like mubarak will protect women, is conservtive, will reject radical islam….love that pisces moon natal conq. wooooweee

    • You’re on the ball with the astrology on this story Lucy. Thanks for keeping me updated. Just posted his chart, Essam Sharaf Horoscope. Not so sure about rejecting radical Islam though, Sun conjunct Uranus seems for radical than conservative.

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