EU – no right to veto

EU – no right to veto

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It does not take much to picture what this kind of message means for democracy in general. To come to a consensus in an apparently democratic body, it certainly does not speak for a more open, more faceted approach. And for a day that some media described as the ‘second most important day’ since the inception of the EU it was surprisingly quiet on the MSM front. Clearly clipping democratic principles and on top reducing the number of chairs of the European commission from 27 to 15 was certainly not executed to rescue some tax payer Euros. In short, the not by populace elected EU leadership gave itself more power and eliminated the potential of future high decibel levels of “unnecessary” pseudo democratic side noises. One could say they accomplished the next …

Argentina – Milei and now ?

Argentina – Milei and now ?

Argentina - Milei and now ?
A historic event does not just happen, it needs a fitting player, a conducive environment, and clearly the potential of the quality of time that offers the needed timely ingredients. It just so happened in Argentina that obviously some “stars aligned” fittingly for Javier Milei to win the presidential election in Argentina. 
Most of the international mainstream media has meanwhile already shunned and branded him as “far-right.” Clearly from a view of W-organizations worshiping countries of the West and their propaganda prompting outlets, everything and everyone that is just the slightest right to their at the core quite obvious socialist-communist agenda is already branded “far-right.” What really makes him so dangerous for the establishment of the West is a promise to get rid of the Argentine Central Bank …

Elon Musk – why he is the richest man

Elon Musk – why he is the richest man

Elon Musk - why he is the richest man
Who hasn’t heard of Elon Reeve Musk? The South African born entrepreneur has accumulated so much wealth (presently 233 billion dollars) with his multiple tech-enterprises that he is meanwhile the richest man in the world. Most likely people that know his name associate him with the Tesla automotive company that produces electric vehicles. His career and achievements are well documented. Who has an interest in listening to his ideas, there are multiple podcasts with him in which he makes no hiding of his persona nor his character. Some people describe him as an introvert, confrontational, sometimes erratic and if you believe some internet sources he even describes himself not just as a micro manager, he even believes he is a “nano” manager. Certainly with that kind of celebrity status the world is observing every movement, behaviour, word and taking note of any by societal standards that can be …

The day when money was no store of value anymore

The day when money was no store of value anymore

The day when money was no store of value anymore
It certainly is a date that most would not even recognize as historically important. Many up to today do not even realize the implications that arose from this White House decision, which would change everyday lives more than most other political decisions made over the last four decades. It almost does not matter where on the planet, rich or poor, it influenced every economic and financial development and transaction that followed after. It was so significant that it reaches even into our present days and very likely (way beyond) into the future. The argument could be made that the decision enabled a system that generated wealth and a standard of living never seen before. Others could argue that …

AIN Dubai – what is wrong

AIN Dubai – what is wrong

AIN Dubai - what is wrong
After exploring the chart of the Museum of the Future in Dubai I found another recent event that took place in the capital of the United Arab Emirates. It is yet again a structure that is trying to chase worldwide attention. In this case, it is the biggest ferris wheel in the world. With 250 m (820 ft.) in height it certainly must be quite a structure; it is three times the size of the London Eye. Built with 9,000 tons of steel, almost 25% more steel than used in the Eiffel tower. The rim alone weighs as much as 16 Airbus 380s. The 48 cabins have a total capacity of 1,750 passengers. The most likely quite scenic and breathtaking ride would take close to 40 minutes to complete. The only caveat – months after the inaugural first spins, the operation of the wheel was halted …

War in the Holy Land – part 2

War in the Holy Land – part 2

War in the Holy Land - part 2
The chart of the congress can be viewed in, what we could consider, the birth chart of the State of Israel. In light of the recent developments in the “Holy Land” it is certainly worth having a closer look at it and seeing what quality of time the foundation of the State of Israel is made up of. Before we go into the details of the first Zionist congress chart, I’d like to mention the present military confrontation you can find at the point that I have marked with an arrow (with #1.). It is a point that mirrors over the …

War in the Holy Land

War in the Holy Land

War in the Holy Land
It is a sad affair, hardly a month goes by without the news reporting a new war or military confrontation somewhere in the world. Just this year alone, multiple countries in the Southern Sahel, then in Central Asia (Nagorno-Karabakh) and now (again) in the “Holy Land” itself, that is just counting the last couple of months, not even talking about still ongoing military confrontations in Ukraine and Syria. But it is not much of a surprise, if the, by more than half of the world population considered, “Holy Land” never seems to come to peace, how should the rest of the world find it? In May 2021 …

Pacemaker’s birthday

Pacemaker’s birthday

Pacemaker's birthday
For modern medicine October 8 is certainly a milestone day. It is the day when Dr. Senning in Solna, Sweden, cut open Mr. Larsson’s chest to implant a device that would from then on help to trigger the patient’s heart beat. Not just hours later the device failed and the only backup device had to be implanted instead. It would not be the only one exchange of device that Mr. Larsson would have to endure. And it would not have to be his last surgery. For his remaining lifetime of 43 years, Mr. Larsson had to have the device changed almost 30 times. The irony to all, with his device he outlived his surgeon and the engineer, Rune Elmquist, of the first pacemaker. It is estimated that by now about three million people worldwide live with this life prolonging technical device …

The Great Reset – the coming bank holiday

The Great Reset – the coming bank holiday

The Great Reset - the coming bank holiday
You would have to be well over 90 years of age to remember when American banks were closed for days to stem against an impending bank run by its clients. On March 6, 1933, towards the end of the great depression, a bank holiday was declared by the, at that point only 36 hours old, Franklin Roosevelt administration. The intent of the proclamation was to bring confidence back into the monetary system. For a week people were not able to access their bank accounts nor withdraw any money. According to the Federal Bank website the “holiday” resulted in the death of over 4000 banks. It could be perceived as a kind of coup d’etat by bigger banking institutions to get rid of the smaller unwanted competition and if you really wanted to follow the moneytrail – not surprisingly the banks that were shareholders and owners of the Federal Reserve were not among the 4000 banks. Nowadays …

Museum of the Future – Dubai

Museum of the Future – Dubai

Museum of the Future - Dubai
Museums are usually places where you’d find articles of virtue of foregone times. Like themed cemeteries, where you can find a condensed display of relics of vanished cultural and technological streams. In short everything that ends up in a museum has generally written death on its forehead otherwise it would not end up in a museum. So how about a museum that is displaying the future. Quite ominous and somber at the same time wouldn’t you agree. How can we display something that has not even happened yet, nor do we even know if it ever will or will be something of significance? And, if it is on display does that mean it is already dead or obsolete? Sometimes history offers …

Canada – a country on fire

Canada – a country on fire

Canada - a country on fire
In regards to wildfire activity 2023 certainly is one for the Canadian record books. An official government website reports so far over 6000 fires that have charred over 16.6 million hectares of Canadian landscape and the count so far is still ongoing. Canada’s western Province of B.C is up to today still reporting about 500 fires burning, even at the beginning of September. Even if the “climate carbon lobby” likes us to believe that the uptick in wildfire activity is caused by climate change, the inconvenient truth to their take is that forty percent of the “wildfires” in Canada are caused by human negligence or intent. Considering that the average annual wildfire count is about 8000 – this year with about 6000 is even below average, but the burnt area is where the record lies. 
Since the smoke covered large areas, not just in Canada as it even …

“Glue Protests”

“Glue Protests”


It seems to be the latest rage of demonstrating – glue yourself to a famous piece of art or an important transportation artery to receive worldwide media attention. “Oddly” enough, these kinds of appearances are isolated to mainly countries of western societies. Is it that in other countries they would not receive the desired attention or are the protesters rather afraid of just being ignored and run over by the angry mob or possibly detained by police for a long time. Certainly one thing can be said – in many countries these kinds of protests would not receive the desired attention nor a public nod of consensus. But in the “West” there seems to be a relationship between the major media outlets and protesters and their portrayed doom and gloom message. Watching all that unfolding in different places in Europe and …

R. Oppenheimer – father of the atomic bomb

R. Oppenheimer – father of the atomic bomb

R. Oppenheimer - father of the atomic bomb
It is one of these moments again, when the “Quality of time” could not manifest itself in a better way. Living presently on the brink of a possible nuclear war, the western world, which was masterfully coerced into a proxy war, entertains (consumes images) itself with the latest Hollywood production that attempts to shine some light on the personas and reasoning behind the creation of the WWII (!!) first nuclear bomb. The movie develops as the usual story – good (and smart) against evil (not so smart) – and attempts to coerce the viewers into the understanding that evil can only be extinguished with even more evil. If movie goers do indeed stay right to the very last minute of the movie …

Lahaina – Inferno in Paradise 

Lahaina – Inferno in Paradise 

Lahaina - Inferno in Paradise
According to the Maui Fire Chief, Bradford Ventura, the fire that at the end of the day would have destroyed most of the town of Lahaina, Maui, had started around midnight the night before. Due to high winds in the area the fire spread with such high velocity that people were barely able to flee or unable to put any resistance against the rushing flames that eventually caused the entire town to burn down. By now, the monetary damage is already estimated at 5-6 billion dollars. The media has been fairly quick in finding the culprit of this disaster – climate change is to blame and possibly an imperfectly executed disaster response…

Sigmund Freud – the founder of psychoanalysis

Sigmund Freud – the founder of psychoanalysis

Sigmund Freud - the founder of psychoanalysis
With Freud we have the third psychologist chart “on the astrological chaise-lounge” to examine what these three psychologists might have in common and where they differ. You might have already spotted a quite stunning commonality between Jung and Freud, at least from the chart’s point of view. Both have their Suns in Hs.7 – the house of consciousness, which seems to be appropriate for their field of interest, the interest of consciousness and subsequently the unconscious. …

C.G. Jung – founder of the analytical psychology movement

C.G. Jung – founder of the analytical psychology movement

C.G. Jung - founder of the analytical psychology movement
After last week’s article I thought it might be worthwhile looking at a couple of charts from the field of psychology. Aside from psychology pioneers like Wilhelm Wundt and Adolf Adler, I like to examine the more known representatives of the profession, Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. As already mentioned in the last article, it was not just a coincidence that the start of the formation of this new field of study of mind and behavior developed parallel to the industrial revolution. For that reason all these names enter the stage of history at about the same time. A commonly held misconception is that Jung was a …

From Psychologist to Cleric ? – Dr. Jordan B. Peterson

From Psychologist to Cleric ? – Dr. Jordan B. Peterson

From Psychologist to Cleric ? - Dr. Jordan B. Peterson
I have listened to numerous hours of his podcast and interviews. Like many others of his listeners, I appreciate the combination of his perspective of the world, his psychological and general knowledge that he combines with an exploration of the mythological realm, which he can eloquently defend and explain, even in front of large audiences. For many Canadians he is known for criticizing the Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (Bill C-16), which was passed by the Canadian Parliament to introduce “gender identity and expression” as prohibited grounds for discrimination.[b] He claimed that the bill would make use of gender pronouns, “compelled speech”. He related his argument to a general critique of political correctness and identity politics. Almost overnight his outspoken critic made him …

VERRA – and the carbon credit scheme

VERRA – and the carbon credit scheme

VERRA - and the carbon credit scheme
Have you already heard about this non-profit organization? It would not be a surprise if your answer would be a no. Even if the doings of the organization increasingly influence your daily life more than you would think, the search to get the foundation data of the organization has to be proven quite unique. After multiple attempts to get some clear data from Google I received a message from Google that I would be searching for information that is against their terms and conditions – only for just trying to find out the foundation date of the organization. Repeating the search for a couple of times yielded the same result. At the end, well I put myself into the hands of AI. On the first round even ChatGpt did not know what I was even after, and just after garnishing my question with a couple of elements and data points of the organization I got a more compelling result …

ATHENA – movie and the French riots

ATHENA – movie and the French riots

ATHENA - movie and the French riots
Athena is a 2022 Netflix movie production that premiered at the film festival in Venice on September 9th. The movie did not really make any bigger headlines in North America; but recently the movie got back into the limelight, even in North America. The recent country wide riots in France resemble pretty much what has been depicted in the movie quite some time before a similar scenario that is now on international display. According to Wikipedia and actu.fr the French political right has already warned that after the release of the movie trailer there would be a harbinger of a “civil war” to come. After watching the trailer and the images of the riots in France I could not resist getting the chart of Athena’s premier and seeing what it would entail and if these kinds of statements bare any trace of truth – admittingly not even having watched the movie yet. It particularly piqued my interest as in May 2021 I wrote about a group of French Generals warning about this particular scenario and how it connected with transiting planets to the French revolution chart…

TITAN IMPLODING

TITAN IMPLODING

TITAN IMPLODING
It was a chilly April day in 1912 when the Titanic got released into the cold Atlantic waters. Barely two weeks later the even colder Atlantic would flood the just finished entertainment facilities, cabins and hallways and would take more than 1500 people with it into its North Atlantic grave. Who want to visit its graveyard must first dive to 3800 meters (12.600ft) and have to sustain up to 380x atmospheric pressure. It clearly is not the environment that a classic tombstone tourist would look for, aside of the price tag, the voyage certainly is not without peril. So it happened that on June 18 a group of tourists and their guides paid the ultimate price of attempting to visit the wreck of the former luxury ocean liner. The two man crew and their three guests did not survive the implosion of their submersible vehicle, which imploded some hours after being launched into the North Atlantic…