I’ve never been a fan of conspiracy theories because I subscribe to Murphy’s law, that whatever can go wrong will go wrong. I’m also a follower of the law of entropy, which the dictionary defines as “a measure of disorder or randomness in a closed system.”
Nevertheless, I ackowledge the influence of secret societies like the Masons in the founding of this Republic as well as the existence of such plutocrat fraternities as Yale’s Skull and Bones Society and the Trilateral Commission. Back in college, I read Richard J. Barnet’s seminal 1976 book, Global Reach: The Power of Multinationals.
Still, I had never heard of the Bilderberg Club until a few days ago, when the same friend who told me about the secret plan to introduce the amero mentioned it.
“What’s that?” I asked. And she replied, “You know, the 100 or so businessmen and political leaders who pull the strings of the world’s economy.”
I’ve done a little research since then and it appears that the Bilderberg Club is primarily a translantic organization. I hope they’ve widened their mandate and invited Ratan Tata and Li Ka-Shing to become members because the times, they are a changin’. India and China are rising economic stars.
I thought it would be fun to run the chart of the Bilderberg Club, which according to the Wiki, first met on May 29, 1954, in the Netherlands. You can see the chart here, courtesy of Astrodienst. I’ve set the chart for 9 a.m. because that’s when conferences usually start.
With a stellium of Venus, Jupiter, Uranus, and South Node in Cancer opposing Mars and the North Node in Capricorn, this chart has strong connections to the U.S. chart, whichever one you use. I like the Sibley chart, which you can see here, courtesy of AstroDataBank. The U.S. chart has Venus/Jupiter/Sun/Mercury in Cancer, opposed by Pluto in Capricorn.
The Venus/Jupiter of the U.S. chart closely mirrors the Venus/Jupiter of the Bilderberg chart. So what? Well, both charts are going to be challenged by Pluto, which returns to Capricorn on Nov. 26, 2008. You may recall that Pluto dipped a toe into Capricorn earlier this year. Another aspect that both charts are experiencing is the transit of beneficial Jupiter through Capricorn in 2008.
The presence of Jupiter gives U.S. leaders and Bilderberg Club members great flexibility in dealing with financial problems. This includes expansive measures such as keeping the Federal Reserve’s discount window open to investment banks until January, 2009 (the deadline was originally mid-September) and asking Congress to give Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac a blank check to restore investor confidence in the troubled mortgage lenders.
But once Jupiter enters Aquarius on Jan. 17, 2009, that protection disappears. It will be time for a restructuring of both the U.S. and the Bilderberg Club as transiting Pluto in Capricorn opposes Venus and Jupiter in Cancer in both charts. Things get really extreme with the so-called cardinal climax, a T-square involving Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto in the early degrees of cardinal signs. Ray Merriman explains it here.
What’s really interesting is that the Cancer lineups in both the U.S. and Bilderberg Club charts form the final point of a grand cross (the T-square is Saturn in Libra opposing Uranus in Aries, squaring Pluto in Capricorn). Maybe that’s when we’ll see a merger between the dollar and the euro. (The amero is supposed to replace the U.S. and Canadian dollars and the Mexican peso.) Cue spooky music!
One potential hitch to the New World Order conspiracy: The U.S. Uranus in Gemini sits exactly on the Bilderberg Club’s Sun. Perhaps revolutionary (Uranus) elements in the U.S. thwart some of the Bilderberg Club’s intentions (Sun).
I’m hoping that Jude at Jude’s Threshold, who has written a lot about the New World Order and the plutocrats who have been planning it, will weigh in on this chart when she’s done toasting the nuptials of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi.
I guess the last of the rice and confetti has been swept up at Jude’s Threshold, because Jude has posted a dynamite commentary on the Bilderberg Club. You can read it here. Thanks a million, Jude!