My friend Janie just emailed me this beautiful North Pole picture of the sunset at the New Moon.
I’m not sure what the original source of the photo was. But whether or not it was actually taken at the North Pole, it’s definitely a gorgeous image.
It’s also a little ironic that this North Pole photo arrived this morning.
That’s because I’ve been reflecting on all the big world events that have been taking place. A lot has been going on the last couple of days.
That’s when we’ve been feeling the effects of the current Uranus/Pluto waxing square.
And as we expected, most of those events have been disruptive in one way or another:
The hostage crisis in Sydney, Australia.
The shootings, in Philadelphia.
The Russian ruble going into virtual free-fall.
The massacre of 132 schoolchildren by the Taliban in Pakistan.
The abrupt shift in the decades-old conflict between Cuba and the United States, reestablishing diplomatic relations.
And the North Pole.
The North Pole?
Although the event hasn’t gotten much play in the news media, the North Pole is suddenly becoming very important.
And that’s not because it’s the reputed residence of Santa Claus. He will be focusing lots of attention on the North Pole next week.
In this case, it’s Denmark that’s in the spotlight.
As reported by the Associated Press and Quartz.com, Denmark has just completed a 12-year, $50-million research project. It to surveyed the 2,000-kilometer-long underwater mountain range that runs north of Siberia.
It’s conclusion? The underwater mountains are actually a part of Greenland. That’s an autonomous territory controlled by Denmark.
Bigger Than Denmark Itself
As a result, Denmark is now claiming sovereignty over 556,463 square miles of the North Pole. That’s an area about 20 times the size of Denmark itself.
This puts Denmark in direct competition and possible confrontation with both the U.S. and Russia. They both also claim the same territory as theirs.
What does it mean? We can learn a lot from Denmark’s official publication on the “Kingdom of Denmark Strategy for the Arctic 2011-2020” – you can download the pdf version here.
And don’t forget the astrology involved.
The transits hitting the Denmark national horoscope at the time of the Uranus/Pluto waxing square are very powerful.
It’s a Neptune Return for the nation. It’s time for big ideas and new fantasies.
Jupiter conjoins the national Poseidon. That’s even more evidence of expanded thinking.
Chiron conjoins Demark’s national Kronos. So there may be issues about superiority and domination.
And most important of all, the transiting Uranus/Pluto square aligns with the Mars/Hades square in Denmark’s chart.
This could get serious!