The Russian invasion of Ukraine – free content
In the early morning hours on Wednesday, 24.02.2022, Russian forces started an invasion of Ukrainian territory. After a large buildup of troops appeared along the commonly shared border, it was suspected for weeks that the invasion was to happen any day. After a morning announcement the day arrived when the Russian president decided to invade the now independent Nation.
The relationship between the former part of the USSR and it’s homeland: Russia has been brewing since 2014. After the fall of the old Soviet Union, Russia and the West are playing tug-a-war with the biggest European country Ukraine, which is longing for independence. Western countries attempt to include Ukraine into several kinds of treaties and alliances (Nato, EU,…) – moving their frontier closer to the Russian heartland, which certainly is not unnoticed in Moscow. In light of that situation the invasion did not come as a big surprise.
By now the invasion is already categorized as the biggest military operation after WWII on European soil. I thought it might be worth a look at what the astrological picture might be. No surprise: the chart is clearly mirroring the events of that day; and reveals another historic, peculiar connection that is quite baffling.
Let’s start with the chart – Hs.1 and Hs.2 – the appearance and figuration of the appearance are both in Cancer with Moon in Hs.6 – the conditions. Hs.6 is Scorpio aspected – Scorpio’s planet Pluto is clustered together with Mars and Venus right at the border of Hs.7 to Hs.8. To put all the parts together: The appearance and its figuration (Moon) – the origin or homeland (Patria) is hindered and restricted (Pluto) which is literally portrayed and visible as the present in Hs.7. Since Pluto is aspected with Mars-Venus, the territory is in danger. The, at the same time experienced constellation of Mars-Pluto – the subjugation, brings us closer to the war situation that is right now unfolding and publicly noticed in that part of the world. The determinative (in this case Pieces) with Neptune in the same house suggests that annihilating/dissolving energy is at play – something is trying to correct itself. That is particularly telling since Hs.11 contains Uranus which is aspected with Saturn (the divide or separation) – based in Taurus with its planet Venus right at the “main” cluster of planets (Pluto-Mars-Venus) – telling us that the by now “substantialized” separation (Ukraine being separated from Russia) is attacked, to be broken or reset.
Particularly interesting is the dominant planet cluster in Hs.7 (Pluto-Mars-Venus). I wondered what could have happened in the past at that point of time. It did not take long to calculate: going back in time, that transiting over the cluster was around the mid eighties. An adequate event in that time-frame was easy to find, and I even remember the event since I still lived in Europe at that time.
It happened in the very early hours of 26. April 1986 a crew of employees at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant were just about to initiate a test procedure to shut down one of its nuclear reactors. The effort failed and the consequences of the event that unfolded are well known. One of the reactors exploded and destroyed the entire plant.
“The Chernobyl disaster was a nuclear accident that occurred on 26 April 1986 at the No. 4 reactor in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, near the city of Pripyat in the north of the Ukrainian SSR in the Soviet Union. It is considered the worst nuclear disaster in history both in cost and casualties. It is one of only two nuclear energy accidents rated at seven—the maximum severity—on the International Nuclear Event Scale, the other being the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan. The initial emergency response, together with later decontamination of the environment, involved more than 500,000 personnel and cost an estimated 18 billion Soviet rubles—roughly US$68 billion in 2019, adjusted for inflation.” (Wikipedia)
Certainly I had expected some sort of a connection to some historic event in the past, but not of that kind of magnitude. To put all this into context – the Mars of the day of the beginning of the Russian invasion is congruent with the day of the Chernobyl disaster, which happened over 36 years ago. Which means that this very Mars (with Pluto and Venus) is connecting the two events in some very odd way.
Clearly we are dealing with the destructive side of martian energy that revisits this very part of the world again, appearing with devastating, lethal force – just this time on a different level. Not radioactive, at least for now. Although some newspapers have already mentioned that intense fighting with strong explosions around the Chernobyl reactor will again distribute contaminated radioactive material (from the ground) into the air.
To add more to the nuclear angle – Putin has ordered his army to put Russia’s nuclear deterrence on “special” alert on Sunday following “aggressive statements” by NATO leaders. “Playing with fire” so to speak. The situation has a potential to replay the situation from 36 years ago perhaps not so much on a nuclear level. I’m more inclined to think that the physical impact of the present events in Ukraine will have a good chance of matching the geographic area that was affected by the radioactive cloud and radiation of those days in the eighties.
Clearly the radioactive material spread around the world, but impacted heavily mainly eastern European countries. The radioactive cloud was just the execution of the appearance of the toxication of minds that the communist system had caused to the populace of the affected area – the toxication of minds preceded the later toxication of their lands.
Which consequently we have to turn our attention to why a power plant was built next to Prybyat (Ukraine) in the first place and why it blew up – see part two of the article, coming next week.
Copyright 2022 by Dirk Heinicke
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