Saturday, March 22, 2014

Dianne Feinstein


Dianne Feinstein:  living proof that crime pays in the US Senate.  For years in public view, the US Senator from California has been shoveling millions of dollars directly from the pocketbooks of US taxpayers...  directly into the pockets of her investment banker husband, who profits directly from government contracts.  Many of these contracts are military and war-related, and passed by the Senate (a clear conflict of interest).  Usually her hypocrisy stays under the radar, but it surfaced recently when, upon realizing she was under drone surveillance, she spoke out against drone surveillance.  Of course, she is a strong proponent of forced citizen disarmament despite reserving the right to carry a concealed weapon for herself

Feinstein's voting record is essentially identical to that of a neo-conservative (i.e. war-mongering fascist) Republican.  Her party affiliation is not ideological but practical (she is, after all, from California).  Her astrological chart accordingly resembles that of a neoconservative and not an ideological Left-liberal.

Pallas/Ethics
Positive/Libertarian:  Pallas sesquiquadrate Mercury and widely conjunct the North Node and trine the Sun.  Co-ruled by Jupiter which is quindecile North Node. 
Negative/Authoritarian:  Pallas opposite Jupiter, sesquiquadrate Pluto, and co-ruled by Neptune which is conjunct the South Node.  The negatives win, even with the North Node conjunction (which is wide and does not compete with the negative-factor trifecta).  Gun-control nuts tend to have negative Pallas placements in combination with Pallas-Saturn configurations.  Feinstein's own Pallas placement is accompanied by Saturn quincunx Jupiter (co-ruler of Pallas). 

Venus/Second-House/Economics
Capitalist:   Venus (ruling the Second House) sesquiquadrate the North Node.
Leftist:  Venus septile Neptune.
A mixed signature, which usually puts the native on the Right economically. 

Moon/Fourth-House/Culture
Conservative:  Moon trine North Node.
Liberal:  Neptune semisquare Mercury, ruler of the Moon.
Again, a mixed signature.  Inconclusive by itself, but with the Venus placement suggests a Rightward lean.

Bloodbath Formula (Feinstein is, after all, a war profiteer). 
1.  compromised Pallas (see above)
2.  Venus septile Neptune.
3.  Pluto in Cancer in the Fourth House.
4.  Venus conjunct Pluto.
5.  Sun parallel Pluto.

Like I said:  a neoconservative dressed as a Left-Liberal.  And proof that the US political system does not work in the interests of those it claims to represent. 

4 comments:

  1. Which aspect do you speak of when you say "parallel?" Would you mind summarizing its significance degree-wise, and its influence? Thank you. :)
    I despise Diane Feinstein. She's a disgrace to Cancers everywhere (I'm a Cancer)!

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    1. Hi Carolyn. I refer to the declination line-graph on the far left side of the graphic. Whereas the wheel is a simplified view of the solar system from above/below, declination is sort of like the "side view". The left side runs from 0 to 30 degrees North declination, and the right side runs 0 to 30 degrees South (relative to the Ecliptic, I think). The parallel aspect (within about one degree on the same side of the line) is like a conjunction. the contraparallel aspect (within about one degree on opposite sides of the line) is like an opposition. Declination aspects are quite strong, and they can explain things that aren't on the wheel. Hope that helps!

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    2. Wow! Yes, thank you, that definitely helps. This is new information to me! This is why I love astrology. There's always more to learn. I've been studying it for five years now, and at this point I have a thorough knowledge of signs, planets, houses, aspects, natal charts, transits, elements, qualities, and angles.
      Can't wait to go read more on declination aspects, and look up my own chart's declination. I'm also beginning to learn about progressed charts in more detail (I have a really basic understanding right now).
      Anyway, I love your blog! Thanks for writing. It is damn hard to find an astrologer that's not explicitly liberal, let ALONE a libertarian astrologer. Needless to say, I was thrilled to find your blog.

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