Icelandic Volcano Erupts (February 1, 536 AD)
This one came up as a suggested video on YouTube. There is enough vagueness in the event description to allow me some latitude in terms of date and timing. “Early 536 AD” let me choose the beginning of the month of February; the timing was randomized to see what jumped out at me. Here’s the full video:
Interesting, is it not? The double T-Squares, linking an (almost) exact conjunction between the Moon and Jupiter with oppositions to Saturn and Uranus on one side and Venus and Neptune on the other, should give us pause to consider the ramifications of a cosmic winter of (at least) 18 months. Like the “Day After Tomorrow” film, this could happen again, overnight.
Mercury Inconjunct Uranus
Your mind moves quickly from topic to topic, often without pausing long enough for you to understand what you have learned. And if there is a lot of excitement or activity around you, your mind may race so fast to keep up with it all that you work yourself into a state of nervous frenzy. Under these circumstances it is almost impossible for you to concentrate or do any useful mental work.
Yes, that sounds about right, doesn’t it? This is the implicit message that “Don’t Look Up” was trying to convey. It’s too late to worry about it now, isn’t it? We should have done something years ago.