North Korea Horoscope

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An accurate horoscope for North Korea has never been available to us because there is no recorded time for the proclamation of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). We do know that independence was declared on September 9, 1948 in Pýongyang, and this date is still celebrated as the national day. I have rectified the North Korea Horoscope to 12:39 pm. For more details see Research data and charts on North Korea.

North Korea Horoscope Interpretation

Moon conjunct Ascendant makes North Korea sensitive, insular and reactionary. The citizens identify most strongly with their nation, making them patriotic, devoted, and strongly affected by international relations. The security of the people is of paramount importance for the nation. They were brutalized for 50 years during the Japanese occupation. Then the Korean war killed 300,000 of their soldiers and resulted 1.5 million civilians killed or wounded. Since then, the most powerful military force in the world has been on their doorstep.

Saturn square the rising Moon causes isolation, fear and hardship. It makes this already insular and sensitive nation even more defensive and lacking in friends. This also explains the repressive and controlling nature of the dictatorship. A dynastic military dictatorship with Saturn on the fixed star Regulus, “The Crushing Foot”. This is a military star associated with violence, destruction, controlling power and revenge.

north-korea-horoscopeThe Sun and the Midheaven (MC) in mundane astrology both rule the leader. Sun conjunct MC means that the leader totally dominates the national identity, another indicator of dictatorship. Sun square Jupiter causes an inflated ego, exaggeration and lack of restraint. As Jupiter rules trade and treaties, this aspect results in border disputes and trade deficits. Between the Sun and MC, at 16°42′ Virgo, is the Arabic Part of Catastrophe (AC + Uranus – Sun).

Venus generally rules peace and diplomacy, but in mundane astrology signifies war in hard aspect. In ancient Mesopotamia, she was the Goddess of Love and Procreation when the evening star, and the Goddess of War when the morning star. In the North Korea horoscope she is Goddess of War, visible before sunrise. The furthest she can ever be in front of the Sun is 48 degrees, so at 46 degrees ahead of the Sun in this chart, she is a very fired up Goddess Ishtar. “her morning appearance woke them up to go to war” [Deborah Houlding].

So an angry Venus woke the North Koreans up at half past two in the morning to go to war. The square from Mars, ruler of the military and war, turns her anger into blind fury. The lunar eclipse before the declaration of independence was at 03°17′ Scorpio, less than half a degree from the North Korean Mars. This increases the aggressive and reactionary nature of the country.

Secrecy, paranoia and propaganda come from Mercury conjunct Neptune. This is made worse with this conjunction on the fixed star Algorab, “Kill or be Killed”. It is associated with lying, assassinations and covert military attacks, “Delays and restraint are indicated to come about by fiascoes, losses, wrong handling of matters and enmity in general.”

In summary, the North Korea astrology chart is a blueprint for a powerful and aggressive dictatorship, paranoid and out of control. The people suffer through repression, isolation and poverty. The only way for this nation to avert a violent and catastrophic end, is to throw this horoscope in the bin and start over.

Update 27 September 2017

Full Moon October 2017 in North Korea: After comparing the October 2017 full moon chart set for Pyongyang to my rectified North Korea horoscope I have a feeling something big will happen involving North Korea during the two weeks of this moon phase.

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  1. N.K. leader says ‘crucial case’ has happened due to lapses in anti-epidemic efforts.

    SEOUL, June 30, 2021 — North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said a “crucial case” has happened that could threaten the safety of his people and country in nationwide anti-epidemic efforts, state media reported Wednesday, spurring speculation that a coronavirus outbreak could have hit parts of the country.
    Kim made the remarks as he presided over an extended politburo meeting of the ruling Workers’ Party on Tuesday 29 June 2021, accusing senior officials of neglecting their duties in carrying out measures needed to fight the global pandemic, according to the Korean Central News Agency.
    “Senior officials in charge of important state affairs neglected the implementation of the important decisions of the party on taking organizational, institutional, material, scientific and technological measures … associated with the worldwide health crisis, and thus caused a crucial case of creating a great crisis in ensuring the security of the state and safety of the people and entailed grave consequences,” Kim was quoted as saying by the KCNA.
    “He analyzed in the strong terms that a major factor braking and hindering the implementation of the important tasks discussed and decided at the party congress and plenary meetings of the party is the lack of ability and irresponsibility of cadres,” the KCNA added.
    The KCNA did not elaborate on what the “crucial case” was.
    North Korea has claimed to be coronavirus-free but has enforced tight border controls and other antivirus measures since the beginning to ward off an outbreak on its soil.
    The North has recently called for “maximum vigilance” against the coronavirus amid concerns over the global spread of the highly contagious Delta variant and pandemic fatigue.
    Pointing out chronic inability and irresponsibility among cadres, Kim called for “a more fierce partywide campaign” against “ideological faults and all sorts of negative elements” being exposed among them.
    At Tuesday’s meeting, “an organizational issue” was also discussed, including the election of new politburo members and a secretary of the party’s Central Committee, the KCNA said, without providing details on those newly elected.
    Experts here are divided over what Kim’s remarks mean, with some raising the possibility of an outbreak of the coronavirus in the North and others speculating that they were aimed at tightening discipline among his staff.
    “A huge problem appears to have happened in its antivirus campaign in such cities as Sinuiju and Hyesan bordering China,” said Cheong Seong-chang, director of the Center for North Korean Studies at the Sejong Institute.
    The unification ministry in Seoul said it needs to monitor follow-up reports from Pyongyang to figure out what the crucial case might be but noted that the latest politburo meeting appears in part aimed at tightening internal discipline amid the country’s protracted anti-pandemic campaign.
    “There could be various possibilities, including tightening internal discipline,” a ministry official told reporters on condition of anonymity. “It is still hard to say (what the crucial case might be) since details were not disclosed.”
    The official said that North Korea appears to be continuing to use politburo meetings to review the country’s antivirus efforts. Last year, the North held 12 such sessions to deal with coronavirus-related situations.
    Tuesday’s politburo meeting came 11 days after North Korea held a four-day plenary meeting of the Workers’ Party, the third of its kind this year.

    Kim Jong Un.

    29-Jun-2021 022°,57’51 Aquarius C-11 90 Chiron

    Transits.

    28-Jun-2021 012°,30’44 Aquarius Sat 45 Nep
    29-Jun-2021 007°,57’51 Cancer Sun 45 Chiron

  2. Kim Jong Un.

    Transits.

    1-Aug-2021 022°,51’02 Pisces Nep 90 MC
    2-Aug-2021 +11°,45’32 Mars // C–2
    2-Aug-2021 -22°,39’53 Plu // C-11
    2-Aug-2021 029°,23’15 Aquarius Jup 45 C-11
    3-Aug-2021 029°,21’20 Aquarius Jup 120 Plu
    5-Aug-2021 022°,46’51 Pisces Nep 60 Chiron
    6-Aug-2021 009°,50’52 Aquarius Sat 90 Moon
    8-Aug-2021 +10°,21’34 Mars # Sat
    8-Aug-2021 009°,42’15 Aquarius Sat 0 C-12
    9-Aug-2021 009°,38’13 Aquarius Sat 120 AR06
    9-Aug-2021 009°,37’53 Aquarius Sat 30 Pars
    13-Aug-2021 009°,21’26 Aquarius Sat 45 AR05
    14-Aug-2021 022°,34’16 Pisces Nep 30 Mars
    15-Aug-2021 027°,47’18 Aquarius Jup 90 AR11
    17-Aug-2021 027°,30’44 Aquarius Jup 60 Nep
    19-Aug-2021 008°,54’32 Aquarius Sat 45 AR02
    20-Aug-2021 -18°,48’14 Sat // Merc
    21-Aug-2021 014°,21’20 Virgo Mars 45 Plu
    22-Aug-2021 026°,57’45 Aquarius Jup 60 AR10
    27-Aug-2021 018°,21’44 Virgo Mars 45 Sat
    29-Aug-2021 +05°,08’07 Mars # Asc
    29-Aug-2021 024°,38’13 Capricorn Plu 135 AR06
    31-Aug-2021 +04°,35’29 Mars // Plu

    National anniversary day 9 September 2021.

    9-Sep-2021 024°,37’53 Aquarius Jup 45 Pars

  3. Seoul, South Korea (CNN) September 30, 2021. Kim Yo Jong, the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has been promoted to the nation’s top decision-making body, state media said on Thursday.
    The announcement — published in North Korea’s state-run news outlet KCNA — said Kim Yo Jong is now a member of the State Affairs Commission (SAC), the country’s ruling body headed by her brother.
    Kim Yo Jong was already one of the country’s most important political figures and a key adviser to her brother, but a seat on the SAC is the highest official position she has held.

    Kim Yo Jong horoscope.

    29-Sep-2021 000°,00’00 Aquarius Moon Nw
    29-Sep-2021 022°,58’44 Scorpio Ven 30 Ura
    29-Sep-2021 +00°,39’32 Asc // Plu

    Transits.

    28-Sep-2021 022°,58’44 Aquarius Jup 60 Ura
    29-Sep-2021 006°,59’29 Aquarius Sat 135 Mars

    Kim Jong Un horoscope.

    Transits.

    29-Sep-2021 009°,37’53 Libra Mars 90 Pars
    29-Sep-2021 009°,42’15 Libra Mars 120 C-12
    30-Sep-2021 022°,51’02 Aquarius Jup 60 MC

  4. Monday August 22 , 2022 start US-South Korea militairy exercises.

    Kim Jong Un.

    22-Aug-2022 026°,26’44 Aquarius Sun 30 mutual Moon

    Transit.

    22-Aug-2022 024°,42’15 Pisces Nep 45 C-12

  5. KIm Jong Un.

    6-Sep-2022 026°,57’45 Pisces Moon 90 AR10
    8-Sep-2022 024°,18’30 Aquarius C-11 0 AR03
    14-Sep-2022 022°,51’02 Pisces Mars 90 MC

    Thousands of North Korean judicial officers gathered in Pyongyang this week to discuss an ongoing “battle” against anti-state acts and other issues to help the ruling party maintain its grip on power, according to state media Friday.

    DPRK leader Kim Jong Un submitted a letter of instructions to the Seventh National Conference of Judicial Officials held from Sept. 14 to 15 — the first such conference in five years — but he did not attend, the Rodong Sinmun reported.

    Kim reportedly ordered attendees to “use our laws as a political weapon … to protect the party” and country and to “bring about a significant change in socialist law-abiding life.” The report did not disclose the full contents of the letter.

    22-Sep-2022 027°,30’44 Pisces Moon 90 Nep
    24-Sep-2022 024°,21’26 Aquarius C-11 60 AR05
    30-Sep-2022 027°,47’18 Pisces Moon 120 AR11

    14-Oct-2022 017°,12’48 Taurus Asc 120 Sun
    16-Oct-2022 028°,19’21 Pisces Moon 60 mutual MC
    27-Oct-2022 028°,42’04 Pisces Moon 90 mutual Nep
    29-Oct-2022 -05°,08’07 Moon // Asc

  6. Kim Jong Un.

    Atom bomb test?

    27-Oct-2022 028°,42’04 Pisces Moon 90 mutual Nep
    29-Oct-2022 -05°,08’07 Moon // Asc

    3-Nov-2022 -04°,35’29 Ven # Plu
    6-Nov-2022 022°,57’51 Pisces Mars 60 Chiron

    Transits.

    28-Oct-2022 017°,23’48 Taurus Ura 0 AR12
    30-Oct-2022 022°,57’51 Pisces Nep 60 Chiron
    1-Nov-2022 017°,12’48 Taurus Ura 120 Sun
    5-Nov-2022 029°,21’20 Pisces Jup 150 Plu
    6-Nov-2022 022°,51’02 Pisces Nep 90 MC
    7-Nov-2022 016°,59’50 Taurus Ura 60 Asc

  7. (ATTN: UPDATES with U.S. stealth jets’ arrival in S. Korea in last 4 paras)

    SEOUL, Nov. 1 (Yonhap) — North Korea warned Tuesday that it could stage “more powerful follow-up measures” if the United States continues “military provocations,” citing its large-scale combined air exercise with South Korea.

    A spokesman at the North’s foreign ministry denounced the ongoing combined air drills by the allies, called Vigilant Storm, as “ceaseless and reckless” military provocations.

    The exercise is “a war drill for aggression mainly aimed at striking the strategic targets of the DPRK in case of contingency in the Korean Peninsula,” the unnamed spokesman said in an English language statement carried by the Korean Central News Agency.

    DPRK is the acronym of North Korea’s official name, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

    The allies on Monday kicked off their first massive joint air drills in nearly five years, with more than 240 aircraft, including stealth jets, mobilized, over the skies of the peninsula amid growing speculation that Pyongyang may conduct a nuclear test soon. The exercise is to run through Friday.

    The North’s official warned that Pyongyang is “ready to take all necessary measures for defending its sovereignty, people’s security and territorial integrity from outside military threats.”

    “If the U.S. continuously persists in the grave military provocations, the DPRK will take into account more powerful follow-up measures,” the spokesman said.

    North Korea has long denounced joint military drills between Seoul and Washington as a rehearsal for invasion, calling on Washington to end its “hostile” policy. The allies stress that the exercises are defensive in nature.

    The five-day combined air drills came after a series of provocations by Pyongyang in recent weeks, including its firing of two short-range ballistic missiles into the East Sea on Friday and the latest launches of artillery shells.

    The previous day, four F-35B stealth fighters of the U.S. Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 242, based in Iwakuni, Japan, arrived at Kunsan Air Base in the city, 179 kilometers south of Seoul, to take part in the training, the U.S. 7th Air Force said.

    “As a part of the Pacific Air Forces command’s annual combined and joint fighter training event, the fifth-generation aircraft shared Korean air space with aircraft and personnel from the 8th Fighter Wing, ROK Air Force’s 38th Fighter Group and multiple other units from across the Indo-Pacific Command,” it said in a statement posted on its website. ROK stands for the South’s official name, the Republic of Korea.

    Differentiating itself from the F-35A variant, the F-35B is capable of taking off and landing vertically for mobilization from various environments, such as aircraft carriers.

    For this week’s drills, the U.S. is deploying some 100 assets, including EA-18 electronic warfare aircraft, KC-135 tankers and U-2 high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft, while the South is mobilizing some 140 planes, including F-35A stealth jets, and F-15K and KF-16 fighters.

    KJU.

    Transit Uranus trine radix Sun.

  8. SEOUL, Nov. 7, 2022 (Yonhap) — North Korea’s military said Monday it will take “sustained, resolute and overwhelming” practical military measures in response to joint military drills of South Korea and the United States amid speculation that Pyongyang may carry out another nuclear test just before or after the U.S. midterm elections this week.

    See progressive aspect and transits KJU.

  9. The U.N. Security Council (UNSC) met on Monday November 21, 2022 to discuss North Korea’s latest launch of its largest-ever intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the Hwasong-17, but once again did not reach an agreement on a unified response.

    In lieu of a UNSC consensus, 14 nations issued a statement condemning the launch, while the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. again took aim at what she called “blatant obstructionism” from China and Russia.

    “When they talk about abuse of the veto, they are referring to cases exactly like this one,” Linda Thomas-Greenfield said of the two permanent members’ repeated rejection of new sanctions or statements of condemnation.

    In her remarks, Thomas-Greenfield also noted that the U.S. would propose a UNSC presidential statement condemning North Korea and calling on it to curb its “unlawful weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile advancement.”

    China and Russia instead blamed the U.S. and its allies for raising tensions by staging joint military exercises and forcing the DPRK to respond.

    “The U.S. should take the initiative, show sincerity, put forward realistic and feasible proposals, respond positively to the legitimate concerns of the DPRK and turn the dialogue from a formality into a reality as soon as possible,” Chinese envoy Zhang Jun said.

    Following the meeting, the U.S. presented the joint statement on behalf of 14 countries condemning Friday’s ICBM launch and calling for stronger action from the UNSC.

    “We invite all Member States to join us in condemning the DPRK’s unlawful ballistic missile launches and call for full implementation of the existing Security Council resolutions,” the statement reads. “We also urge the DPRK to abandon its unlawful weapons programs in a complete, verifiable, and irreversible manner.”

    The statement reiterates the countries’ commitment to diplomacy and calls on North Korea to engage in “meaningful dialogue toward denuclearization.”

    The proceedings followed a by-now familiar pattern observed after multiple North Korean missile launches this year, something the U.N. under-secretary-general for political and peacebuilding affairs alluded to at the beginning of Monday’s UNSC meeting.

    “This is the tenth time the Council has met to discuss the DPRK in 2022, yet the situation on the Korean Peninsula continues to head in the wrong direction,” Rosemary DiCarlo said.

    Meanwhile, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman held a trilateral call on Monday with vice foreign ministers Cho Hyun-dong and Mori Takeo from South Korea and Japan, respectively, according to a State Department spokesperson.

    They condemned the ICBM launch and reaffirmed the importance of cooperation between their countries and called on North Korea to “cease its unlawful and destabilizing behavior.”

    Sherman also reiterated Washington’s “ironclad” commitments to defending South Korea and Japan, according to the State Department.

    Kim Jong Un.

    Transit.

    21-Nov-2022 019°,18’03 Aquarius Sat 45 Black Moon

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