We’re in the middle of a Mercury Retrograde which means it’s a good time to “re”-vist, “re”-vise, and “re”-publish, and “re”-consider events from the past. It’s also a good time to revisit the past. Right now the big story in the news is the take down of a standing CIA director, the astrology of which I analyzed in depth here. The last time something similar happened was November 1996 although circumstances surrounding that take down were considerably different then those surrounding the current one. Back then it wasn’t a biographer with a broad (gun) rack who did the deed, it was a former LAPD cop with a bald head and a bad attitude. So in the spirit of Mercury Retrograde let’s revisit that moment.
One of the first, and still one of the more popular, articles on this site is the profile of Aquarius Sun, Capricorn Moon native Michael C. Ruppert entitled “The Revolution Will Not be Leaderless”. If Mike Ruppert’s name doesn’t ring a bell, he was the former LAPD police officer who helped blow the whistle on the CIA’s involvement in narcotics trafficking during the 1980s. Mike is an Aquarius/Capricorn but the moment he confronted CIA director John Deutch on live television occurred November 15th, 1996 when the Sun was in Scorpio and the Moon in Capricorn. (Chart) Take a look at the recording of the moment for an incredible example of this pairing’s capacity for tough, tenacious, and totally resolute leadership:
Astrologer Jefferson Anderson writes of this of pairing, “You have something of the devil in you.” (Source) I’d say so. You drop a Scorpio Sun, Capricorn Moon individual ass-naked jungle and, even if they’ve lived their entire life in the comfort of the Big City, they’ll be eating snakes and hunting heads inside of two weeks. George Patton and Bernard Montgomery, both legendary World War II era generals, are each Scorpio Sun, Capricorn Moon individuals. So too are Indira Ghandi and Robert F. Kennedy, each of whom demonstrated leadership capabilities on par with those of a four-star general.
This combination often ends up wealthy in later years, owning to its near super-human levels of self-discipline, work ethic, and will-power.
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