The Astrology of the 1998 Star of David

 

This Star was basically a fire and air Star though Jupiter was in a water sign. The fire triangle was formed by Mercury in Leo, Pluto in Sagittarius, and Jupiter in very late degree of Pisces. This Grand Trine had a lot to do with our belief system. The air Grand Trine was formed by Neptune and Uranus in Aquarius, Venus in Gemini, and the Moon in Libra. The interpretation for this Grand Trine had a lot to do with relationships.

There were three planets which are not a part of the Star of David configuration per se, but helped to form two T-squares to the other planets. These planets were Saturn, (which squares both Neptune and Mercury forming a fixed T-square), and Mars and the Sun, (which square Jupiter and the Moon respectively). The only Star of David this decade without a T-square occurred in 1995.

 

  • Jack Kervorkian is arrested for assisted suicide, (Mars in Gemini is out of bounds by declination and square to Jupiter.)

  • The Columbine tragedy causes us to seek ways to protect our children in schools.

  • The Mother’s March on Washington draws huge crowds seeking gun control.

  • President Clinton and zippergate involving Monica Lewinski called our attention to relationships and what they are really supposed to be about.

  • Viagra went on the market.

  • The Euro was introduced as the common currency in Europe.

  • President Clinton plays with words denying “sexual relations with that woman,” but later had to admit to misconduct.

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