I’ve been writing a fair amount about the deindustrialization of America, a topic that nobody does better than Jim Kunstler, and the opportunity for change being created by the upcoming Saturn/Uranus opposition in Virgo/Pisces.
Back in the Sixties, the last time we had a Saturn/Uranus opposition, the Beatles were singing, “You say you want a revolution.” This time around, I don’t think we need a revolution. We need something else.
In my humble opinion (IMHO, as the text generation says for short) what we need is regeneration. That’s my word for the Saturn/Uranus opposition that is exact on Election Day. It’s a word used a lot in connection with New Orleans following the city’s destruction by Hurricane Katrina.
We need to regenerate our broken-down machines and factories. We need powerful car batteries that will regenerate when we turn them off. We need a medical breakthrough that will allow the limbs that have been lost by our soldiers to improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to regenerate themselves.
Regenerate — before it’s too late!
After I posted this, I realized that the last time Saturn and Uranus were opposing each other, Pluto in Virgo was in the picture, making a conjunction to Uranus. Upon further consideration, we’ll probably need Pluto this time around to get regeneration off the ground.
We get a little window from Election Day till Thanksgiving Day when Pluto in Sagittarius is close to the Saturn/Uranus opposition in Virgo/Pisces. But the big chance comes with the so-called cardinal climax in 2010, when Uranus, Pluto, and Saturn form a T-square in the early degrees of cardinal signs.
That’s when everyone will be begging for regeneration.