Saturn opposite Uranus - Phase 4

If you have read the background in my blog “Saturn opposite Uranus –
Phases 1 – 3” you will see that much of the focus of the first three
phases, on the world stage at least, was in establishing Barack Obama
in his role as U.S. President. Rufus Wainwright was singing and
playing on the Andrew Marr show this morning. He first came to our
notice (well mine at least) when he played “Going to a Town”
disillusioned by his American heritage before Obama was elected. This
morning he proudly unveiled the title track to his new album where he
is coming back home to New York, after the election of Obama.
Ironically, I missed seeing him perform live in Cambridge in 2007
because I was flying out to New York that evening. Obama was elected
the day of the first Saturn-Uranus opposition and still finding his feet
at the second, but at the third opposition he was getting to grips with
the Healthcare system reform. The New York Times said this week: “When
he took office last year, President Obama told his foreign policy
advisers that he had two baskets of issues to deal with. The first
would be the legacy issues left from his predecessor, like Iraq,
Afghanistan and America’s image in the world. The second would be his
own agenda for the future. After 15 months addressing the vexing
matters he inherited, Mr. Obama is now aggressively advancing his own
vision of foreign policy and defining himself more clearly on the world
stage.” Having established this man of principle on the world stage,
the rest of the world needs to upgrade its political thinking, and at
this 4th stage Europe and the U.K. are in the spotlight for
the political upgrade. The Poles are going to the polls on 20 June,
facing elections arising from their national tragedy – let us hope that
there is a worthy future president to guide them through this period.
Britons and Poles have had a fair bit of karmic interaction in the last
few years with Polish immigrant workers flocking to our shores, but now
starting to turn back to their homeland. Our own election looms large
on Thursday May 6th, and the second televised debate between
our three party leaders last Thursday showed Prime Minister Gordon
Brown (who had tried to befriend Nick Clegg of the Lib Dems the
previous week) fiercely on the attack. The Guardian asked this week
“Is Clegg really the new Obama”? Well, no more than Raj Patel is the
new Maitreya. But Clegg and Patel could be reflections of the
potential of Obama and Maitreya. They have the sympathetic principles
and freshness to break the mould of society. The Saturn-Uranus
opposition of this week is now coming more into focus with the square
to Pluto (the “Cardinal Climax” or “Cardinal T-square”). This implies
a new force which has to provide co-operation between two or more
components. Voters would have to vote for Nick Clegg in their droves
in order for him to be Prime Minister, but a sizeable vote could
promote a hung parliament. And a coalition of the three parties may be
the new force of balance which is required. Gordon Brown has the
baggage of Tony Blair and the Iraq War, and David Cameron cannot shake
off the inequities of the Thatcher legacies. A coalition would be
difficult, but none of the three have all the qualities needed, and
astrological indications support the level-pegging direction of the
polls. In your own life, is there a situation where cooperation is
being forced involving two, three or more parties? And in your own
psyche you may have a similar dynamic going on, a delicate balancing
but worthwhile in order to bring in new energies and forces which
require more finesse and a wider canvas. For instance, you may
recently have been brought together with new acquaintances for new work
using your collective expertise.

The 4th Saturn-Uranus opposition is on Monday 26th April.

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