Saudi Arabias economic time bomb and the Uranus transit in Taurus
Astrology, Politrics & History: Saudi Arabias economic time bomb and the Uranus transit in Taurus: on the astrogeographic position and future transits for the Saudi-Arabian government and capital in Riyadh
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Astrogeographical position of Riyadh for morphogenetic field level 1 which defines the supraregional, international role of the central government of Saudi Arabia: both coordinates are located in highly magnetic, self-centered, royal fire sign Leo sign of the centralism, absolutism, royalty, the sun, light, gold, electric power stations, the claim to the role of supremacy, the rule of single personalities as kings, sexuality, consuming ressources of stored sunlight and the rule of the human self-image over spiritual matters as in the overwriting of religion and spirituality through a monotheist, centralist ideology. The resonating astrogeographical coordinates for the 21°Leo and 7°Leo.
For the role of Leo for the roots of monotheism compare my article on the Capital of the Sun God Aten.
Major Transits of the outer planets in relation to the government in Riyadh
Saturn in opposition to Riyadh
Saturn`s transit through air sign Aquarius will stimulate the potentials for development of the government and political system in saudi Arabia through the aspect of an opposition. The complete transit will take place between March 2020 and March 2023 with the climax phases between January and December 2021 and March 2022 and January 2023. Saturn in Aquarius stands for the need to reform and restructure the political system.
Uranus in a Square to Riyadh
Uranus transit in earth sign Taurus and in a square to the position of Riyad in Leo will be the next clearly challenging period for the Saudi Arabian governments. As a globally relevant process Uranus transit in Taurus demands a deeper restructuring process of the World economy. For Saudi Arabia the topics of this challenge will be first activated on 15 May 2018 and will last until April 2026. Uranus stands for the reconnection with the fuller potential for political, social and economical development of the country and people, representing a direct challenge to the political elites (Uranus) for financial and economical reasons (Taurus). The first climax phase of this transit will be Uranus` transit over the square to the 7° Leo astrogeographical position between June 2019 (5°Leo) and April 2021 (9°Leo). The second climax phase starts with Uranus transit over 19°Taurus in May 2023 to 23° Taurus in May 2024.
The foundation charts for Saudi-Arabia
The foundation chart No 1 for Saudi Arabia as presented by Nicholas Campionis is calculated for the reconquest of the City of Riyadh from the Turkish Ottoman occupation by Ibn-Saud on 15 January 1902. Mercury at 2° and Mars at 10° Aquarius were both transiting in opposition to the astrogeographiucal coordinate of Riyadh at 7° Leo.
Ibn Saud born on 15 January 1875 was the first monarch and founder of Saudi Arabia, the “third Saudi state”. He reconquered his family’s ancestral home city of Riyadh in 1902. But that wasa only the beginning of three decades of conquests that made him the ruler of nearly all of central Arabia. The most important steps were his control over the Najd in 1922 and Hejaz in 1925. Ibn-Saud extended his dominions into what later became the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 1932. The discovery of petroleum in Saudi Arabia in 1938 and the beginning of large-scale oil production after World War II further stabilized his rulership and control over Saudi-Arabia. The official number of Ibn-Saud`s sons is 45 among them all of the subsequent kings of Saudi Arabia.
Foundation chart No. 2 for Saudi Arabia is calculated for the official unification of the two kingdoms of Hejaz, and Najd under the name of Saudi-Arabia. The chart for 12:00 noon has the Sun at 0°06 Libra (Libra ingress at 9:22) in a square with the Moon at 3°54´` in its own sign Cancer just visible above the western horizon. Mars at 1° and Venus at 14° Leo were both advancing the astrogeographical positions of Riyadh at 7° and 21° Leo.