Deep Water

A decade ago when the millennium was freshly hatched, Pluto (dirty secrets) was on the Ascendant of the USA chart,g5oAFxY5nhcJ opposite Saturn in Gemini (official stories). A major threshold for the country and the world, that period was when the worms started crawling out of the can. Information about the Enron scandal trickled out from the nooks and crannies of the world of finance into the headlines. Bush & Co’s many lies oozed out of their hiding places.

Now it’s too late for worms crawling out of cans. That’s too slow. It’s no longer about trickling and oozing. Revelations are coming out in geysers. (Did you see the video of the oil gushing out of that pipe in the Gulf? A violent blast of spewing black poison, the oil companies are delicately describing it as a “leak.”)

As the 2012 era takes shape, the configurations in the sky, and the worldly events that represent them, are growing increasingly urgent. With planets intersecting in angles this tense, their energies act like a pressure cooker. To get our attention the cosmos is pulling out all the stops.

Now we’ve got hurricanes, volcanoes and tornadoes, thousand-point-in-one-day stock market drops, riots in Greece and Thailand, regime change in England, and the most devastating oil spill perhaps of all time.

April 20th ‘s fatal blast in the Gulf of Mexico happened under a sky that featured Saturn (business as usual) exactly opposed to Uranus (explosions), which is moving into position with Pluto (hidden power) for their long-running square. Ceres, the asteroid of the Earth Mother, conjoined Pluto, the despoiler, in the sign Capricorn (corporations) within a degree.

The fact that this was no ordinary oil spill became clear right away as the disaster moved through several quick meaning changes in the public mind: from that of an accident brought on by the failure of a mechanical device, to that of an example of how government fails to regulate oil companies, to that of an entire system where corporate interests are allowed to commit travesties against Nature.

The rig explosion coincided with the entry of Chiron (wounding) into Pisces (oceans) that very day. Horrified TV viewers saw aerial photographs of the blue sea turning into a conflagration of toxic crude. According to a report cited by Al Gore, the sheer size of the befoulment amounts to an Exxon Valdez every four days. The mind reels. The heart recoils.

The negligence leading up to the accident appears to be so gross that one might expect the company in charge to be out of business in a New York minute … if that company were any other than Halliburton. But that’s whose careless work cementing the oil well is being blamed — by BP America (talk about the pot calling the kettle black) — for the disaster.

The rogues’ gallery on display during this latest phase of the Saturn-square-Pluto period include Big Oil and Dick Cheney’s Halliburton, who stand accused of environmental desecration; and, at the hearings in Washington, the Goldman Sachs boys, who stand accused of gaming the financial crisis for personal gain like weekend gamblers on a tear. Like all archetypal figures, these characters are a reflection of the group mind. They mirror back to us the toxic greed of the capitalist world.

At first the media tried to make hay out of the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe. The infotainment industry is, like our Wall Street gamblers, amoral. Their job is to focus on what viewers enjoy, and box office numbers tell them that the public enjoys fireballs. So the first response of the news programs was to milk the calamity for its sensationalist appeal. But the media bites its tongue when the dirty secrets percolate to the top. Such as the evidence unearthed by astrologer Eric Francis showing that the spill occurred in a marine dump area (Pluto governs dumps and garbage): a body of water whose secreted depths hid unexploded bombs and torpedoes.

This is the latest in a series of blistering scenarios whose cosmic intention is to wake us up to what’s at stake. As revelations about the cartels that pull the strings in our world percolate to the surface over the years ahead, it will be increasingly obvious that conventional media channels, while very good at framing a certain version of reality for their viewers, are very bad at revealing truth. To make sure we have the clear sight we will need, we must keep our distance from polluted information streams.

Just as we would recoil from taking a drink of the water around that oil rig right now, we should back away from the stream of disinformation presented by the corporate news.

If we look for it, there is plenty of clean information around; and when we read it and see it, our minds start to revert to our healthy instincts and natural ability to think clearly. What is particularly exciting is that, during the couple years that Saturn has been opposite Uranus (popular uprisings), the cultural climate has been favorable to groundswells of genuinely grassroots activism.

The bigger their numbers and the more aware they are of what’s going on, the more difficult to ignore ordinary people become. We can expect the Uranus-Jupiter conjunction this summer to inspire groups which express the zeitgeist so aptly that they are covered by the media in spite of itself. Such as the righteously appropriate and commonsense idea that Reuters picked up on at the New Moon in May: the Seize BP Campaign is demanding that the US government seize the assets of BP — a company that rakes in $93 million a day in profit — and use them for compensation and damages. Demonstrations took place on May 12th at the company’s offices across the USA.

I am putting together a CD lecture series on the milestone transits surrounding the year 2012, configurations that are too charged and complex to give justice to in a blog. The first of these discusses the Lunar Eclipse on June 26th, which features seven planets in a Grand Cross — all backed by the power of the summer solstice.

The planetary messages that occur between now and 2015 deserve all the attention we can give them. We do not need to know “what will happen,” on a literal level, over the years ahead; indeed, we cannot. But we can know what it will mean.

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Lisa
Lisa

I ordered/purchased Jessica's "The Lunar Eclipse of June 26th, 2010" CD, and recv'd it (this) the same week! Talk about integrity. "Fine work" to Jessica + her red hot staff. I played it for my 14 yr old Cancer daughter. I want her to learn this stuff! The part about modern industrial culture BEREFT of the Mother/Cancer energy is spot on. My Cancer daughter stuns me w/ her innate empathy; this I hope to safeguard in her. These young women do well to absorb Jessica's gracious wisdom, as do I. My mother, father, grandfather are all Aries, which strongly sets the contrast for our family's lack of Cancer's contributions. Being a Mother runs so deep, it's without measure. I can + will persevere as such. Feed eachother, hug eachother, grieve together and see ourselves in one another always. Be strong, be weak, but we gotta do this together with Love.

Greg Schubert
Greg Schubert

Thank you Jessica for your perspicacity and eloquence. A few days ago I started reading "Soul-Sick Nation" and have been enjoying it a lot. Yesterday I read this blog and in response I wrote a poem. I hope it is appropriate to share on these pages... It's called "Mother Sky" Listening to distant sounding thunder Here I stand in awe, in wonder: How can the Loves no one can put asunder Be sold for mindless pursuit of plunder? All things live and breath, and we all know all things pass. All things surely grieve for the folly and the farce Of human pursuit of pleasure at expense of search for meaning, Choosing to hunt the next perishable measure over gazing skywards, gleaning The soft lights of planets, celestial silver and gold; Whispering Muses ebb and flow so that all things may be told Step back from the whirling, frenzied clamour! Abandon the teeming slaves to glamour! Heed the sound of nearing thunder and live in the Muses' fold.

waterbrother
waterbrother

Evil is---When good men and Women choose to do nothing!! There is no blame, "call it away" "Damage control report" , Every nation should respond--yet Whom is the Captain of this ship? Respectfully, Mr. President, WHY???????

Tom
Tom

Someone should really look into Bush's Sec of the Interior, Dirk Kempthorne, and his relationship to the Minerals Management Service. Kempthorne, ex-governor of Idaho (a poor, resource-plundered state) is the biggest political whore of the Bush Admn. Before he was appointed (Kempthorne stepped down from being Governor to take the job) Bushie went out to McCall Idaho and had a series of 3 day, face-to-face meetings (instructions) with "Dirk-the-dick" (his nickname in Idaho, because he's so compromised w/his kinky sex life). Get that guy Kempthorne in the defendant's chair and he'll start singing, and the American people will find out the truth about BushCo & the MMS. Tom (in Idaho)

ElizabethA
ElizabethA

Transocean owned and operated the Deepwater Horizon. Will see what investigators uncover, a lot of detail is missing. BP should never have been allowed to "take care of" the spill, now an untested chemical dispersant has been added to the mess. There were plenty of safe solution suggestions for absorbing the oil with materials such as peat moss and hay, which could later be collected and burned as a resource.

Angela
Angela

While I appreciated the interview on 60 Minutes with the Chief Engineer, I wondered who authorized him to speak so candidly. If I know one thing about corporate America - you don't reveal that kind of information without jeopardizing your job. I know that BP prevented their employees from leaving before they signed a confidentiality agreement that they would not talk about what happened on the Event Horizon. They also tried to get local businesses to sign off on agreements for payment. (Ref: Ring of Fire Mike Pappantonio). I think that his employer (I don't remember the company's name) this this a a pro-active way to cover themselves, place blame on BP and limit their liability.

ElizabethA
ElizabethA

60 Minutes interview of the Chief Electrician on the Deepwater Horizon gave a picture of what brought about the disaster (and what it was like to be onboard). There are a lot of guilty parties, but it looks like responsibility for the event lies mostly w BP (for pushing the crew and equipment beyond what was reasonable and safe, and for failing to attend to problems as they arose). But yeah, it would have helped if we'd had a regulatory agency that wasn't completely bought out by the industry they are supposed to be overseeing (what's new?). It's sickening to see how most of the concern is about the beaches and fishing and tourist industry, when these things can actually be compensated for w damage payments. What about all the animals and plants that will die, and entire ecosystems that will be destroyed? This is Hell on Earth for sure. Think about it each time you startup the engine. Some scientist are already referring to it as potentially the largest environmental catastrophe in human history.

Adam
Adam

Jessica Murray For President

Sistertongue
Sistertongue

There are two very good videos on globalresearch.ca right now. One is called America's Economic Crisis: Meltup. The other is called To Rob a Country, Own a Bank. They present our situation with a great deal of clarity.

Amanda Postula
Amanda Postula

Thank you. I cannot wait to listen to what else you have to say. Will you also be putting them on your website?

Joseph Dispenza
Joseph Dispenza

Thank you, Jessica, for your voice of clarity at a time when, Lord knows, we all need to see and hear clearly.

Michelle
Michelle

Thank you, Jessica. Your writing always helps clarify issues, and helps me see the bigger picture. Thank you for sharing your gift with us.

Kieron
Kieron

Just as we would recoil from taking a drink of the water around that oil rig right now, we should back away from the stream of disinformation presented by the corporate news. Poetic description of a subject dear to my Scorpio heart. I am dedicated to bringing muck to the surface and forcing the unwilling to look at it, but even my hard shell despairs at the degree of destruction, some days...

Tricia
Tricia

Every time I check into your Saturnian (well formed) writing with your Plutonian (life, death, rebirth)transformations, I actually take a deep breath and relax! Your revelations are like the midnight Sun and the morning Sun, dark and light, making sense!!!! Thanks for your soulfulness, Jessica.