We don’t get many chances to check out an impeachment horoscope.
The U.S. House of Representatives impeached President Donald J. Trump on two articles last night after days of wrangling and debate.
There’s been a lot said about the divisiveness and acrimony surrounding the the whole process.
It was, in fact, quite a show. There were plenty of wild scenes and memorable characters along the way.
I suppose we could spend time running down some of those rabbit trails.
But I actually don’t want to go there. Not for now at least.
The Impeachment Horoscope
You see, what’s really interesting to me as an astrologer is the impeachment horoscope.
As I was saying, it’s sort of a rare critter.
Trump is only the third sitting U.S. President get impeached in the entire history of the country. And that’s exactly why this kind of chart is so rare.
Even so, I didn’t expect this horoscope to be quite so striking.
A mundane chart like this, a horoscope of a geopolitical event, can give us remarkable insights into the ultimate hidden significance of the action taking place.
This chart is no exception.
I timed it based on the moment that the electrically-recorded vote in the House passed the threshold needed to carry the motion on the first article of impeachment.
Here’s what it looks like:
I’ve labeled some of the key points for easy reference.
Point A is quite striking. Transiting Uranus, the planet of explosions and surprises, was right on the Midheaven at the time the vote passed. That’s a prominent position.
When Uranus was first discovered in the late 1700’s it was a time of revolution, most notably in France and America.
So Uranus is associated with revolutions, upheavals, and the overthrow of kings or other governmental leaders.
In this case that planet’s energy is amplified in a T-Square pattern with two transneptunians.
Uranus is square Vulcanus (B) and in opposition to Apollon (C).
Vulcanus is connected with coercive action or an extortionate “offer you can’t refuse.”
Apollon says that this event has a widespread impact, affecting the lives of many people.
The revolutionary theme is picked up by the Moon (D – representing the people as a whole) applying to a tension-provoking square to the Sun (E – representing the ruler).
But what’s really most intriguing is the action at point F. The Part of Fortune, an indicator of true happiness and fulfillment whose position changes minute by minute, conjoined the transneptunian Poseidon at the time of the impeachment vote.
Poseidon is about higher ideals and inspiration.
So it’s an unexpected signal.
The vote in the House was historic.
The conflict was evident.
But it was also a time of ultimate fulfillment. And perhaps even more.
Maybe the birth of new spiritual ideals.