I got a facebook notification on 3/21/17 that a year earlier I had posted my analysis of the lunar eclipse of March 23, 2016 in early Libra. I posted it as a one year ago today post and then I read it. The Sun is now activating this eclipse. Let's look at a couple of comments I made in that post. A year ago I wrote:
For the US, the motion picture industry, shipping, and healthcare are affected. This eclipse indicates increased pressure on healthcare, workers, hospitals, prisons, and death rates and consequences as a result of the t-square in mutable signs. The eclipse point squares Jupiter and Venus in the US natal chart. This points to trouble within the judiciary as the number of court vacancies continue to rise as a result of the US Senate leadership’s intransigence. It also points to possible problems with financial markets and/or the nation’s budget.
Let’s take a look and break this down. First we have this
For the US, the motion picture industry … are affected.
Carrie Fisher died on December 27, 2017 as the Sun was activating this eclipse by square aspect. Then her mother, Debbie Reynolds, died December 28. Asteroid Ceres and Chiron are conjunct and in the twelfth house of death and loss in the chart for this eclipse. They both are in Neptune ruled Pisces - the sign that rules the motion picture industry.
Healthcare is also mentioned in that paragraph:
The House is scheduled to vote on Trumpcare on March 23, 2017 as the Sun is exactly opposite the eclipse point. If this bill passes, it will certainly “increased pressure on healthcare, workers, hospitals.” Fortunately, it does not look good for passage at this time.
The US judiciary is mentioned:
This points to trouble within the judiciary as the number of court vacancies continue to rise as a result of the US Senate leadership’s intransigence.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding hearings for Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, this week. Justice Scalia’s seat has been vacant for thirteen months now. President Obama had nominated Merick Garland, however Senate Republicans refused to hold hearings or vote on his nominee.
And then there is this: “It also points to possible problems with financial markets.”
On March 21, 2007, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had its biggest one day loss of the year so far. The NASDAQ and the S & P 500 had fairly large one day losses as well.