Yesterday, the United States of America went to the brink of war about the shooting down of its drone over Iran, but then pulled back. If the drone had really been in international airspace, the US would have had the excuse it needs to start attacking Iran. But they didn’t. That’s very telling…
The coordinates that Iran quoted are: 25º N 59′ 43″, 57º E 02′ 25″. That is supposed to be represented by the yellow dot in the above Google image. Does that look like international airspace to you?
Here’s the chart for the moment of impact:
The significant aspect in this chart is Sun Inconjunct Moon.
“This aspect suggests that there is a subtle conflict going on inside you that may sometimes create emotional problems. The Sun signifies your conscious personality, the way in which you act and the kinds of activities that you like to get involved in. The Moon signifies the emotional and less conscious side of you. It indicates the habits that take over when you are not acting consciously and feelings that come up from deep inside you. The inconjunct aspect between the Sun and Moon means that the Sun part of your personality is quite different from the Moon part, and it may be hard for you to relate them to each other. It is as if you are divided in two, so that whenever you have to make an important decision, especially one that involves your feelings, the different sides of your personality want to go in opposite directions. You sometimes find it difficult to decide if you like something or if you want to take part in some activity.”
(from “Planets in Youth” by Robert Hand)
Talk about being in two minds, eh? (Gemini Ascendant)