Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Whither goest thou, Israel?

May 14, 1948

A horoscope isn't only a snapshot in time, or a delineation of possibilities, potential, and karma, or even a tool of prophecy. It is a mandala which shows the magical influences, both good and bad, present at a time of birth. It may even, for those who know how, show what might happen.

And yes, this is the horoscope of Israel, and if this can help illustrate my point, great, but it's only a picture. When a child is born, who can say how that child will turn out? What I say comes from

a deeper place than that. This is prophecy, let's see how it turns out.

I wrote of my deep connections with and love for the Jewish people in my 2001 article "Battle for the Soul of the Jewish People" and more in "Mary Magdalene and the 12 Miriams" as one of many messages to ALL the people of the world.

But: what happens in Israel is central to the future of the world.

But: the power to change has been taken away from the people of Israel, and only individuals can change, but Israel, no, not ever, I'm sorry to say.

What will happen will happen, and Israel will be no more. A peaceful democratic state, under another name, with equal rights for all, possibly. That will only happen under certain conditions. People will have to change. And as to the form of destruction, that again will depend. Earth cataclysm? A meteorite hitting Jerusalem? Population change or genetic illness? Or just, a fading away? I see what will happen, but who am I to take away people's freedom of choice? Let them see for themselves.

Here's an astrological article I wrote for a magazine in 2006, based on trends from 2000 on:

Israel’s Astrology Chart
I have long appreciated Astrology’s help in better understanding of people and events. Astrological interpretations may also, based on a nation's horoscope, tell us about challenges it may face in the future, as a result of past actions.

The current cycle began with a stellium of planets in Taurus in 2000 and will continue for many years to come. Taurus countries like Israel will suffer upheaval after upheaval..

Israel ended the year 2005 with a grand cross of the planets Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune, and Mars in the signs of Leo, Scorpio, Aquarius, and Taurus, all forcefully impacting Israel’s 8th House (Death) Sun, 10th House (Public standing) Saturn and Pluto, and 1st-7th House (how others see you, and relationships/ alliances) Nodes and 1st House Chiron (the wound we carry inside ourselves)

For the biblical inclined, Ezekiel 1:4 speaks of cherubim bearing the face of a Lion (Leo) Eagle (higher octave of Scorpio) Man (Aquarius) and Ox (Taurus) as God's warning to 'a proud and rebellious people' which is exactly what these phenomena represent.

The year 2006 is therefore momentous for the people of Israel, with several major astrological events directly affecting the national horoscope. It is also a culmination of events that began in 2000, with a grand stellium of planets in Taurus, Israel's sign, which coincided with the Palestinians' 2nd Intifada. The images of Palestinians bravely fighting against tanks with rocks caused world opinion to turn so decisively against Israel, and only the events of 9/11, various assassinations, manufactured outrages and amazingly coincidental 'terrorist plots' distracted people enough to grant a reprieve. This time around, the astrological factors are so profound, so numerous, it appears unlikely Israel can escape so easily.

These are the major significators:
Every 29-30 years every person undergoes a major shift called a Saturn Return. This requires a major evaluation of one's life and direction. Israel's 1st Saturn return in 1977 coincided with Anwar Sadat's historic visit to Israel and the possibility, however unrealised, of peace. The 2nd Saturn return, at age 58-60, is where all the unrealised ambitions come home to roost. Either we have come to peace, or, we're on life support, waiting to die. Interestingly, Israel's 2nd Saturn return happened this August (2006) when it was fought to a national-confidence destroying draw with Hezbollah.

The second major factor is the center of our galaxy, the Galactic Center at 27 Sagittarius. This conjuncts Israel's Jupiter, which gives it an overweening confidence in its ability to survive. Any major impact on that point has the effect of disillusioning them of that belief. The planet Uranus' conjunction with the G.C. in 1987, then Saturn-Uranus conjunction there in 1988, coincided with the 1st Palestinian Intifada, which shook Israel to the core, and only the 1st Gulf War granted it a reprieve. 1987 also was the year the Palestinian Representative was first invited to attend the Security Council, with the same rights as a sovereign state, and in 1988, Hamas came into being.

The third factor is when the planets Jupiter Saturn and Neptune together impact Israel's Pluto, Saturn, and Sun right up to the end of the year. There will be much false optimism leading ultimately to disillusionment, unless radical changes in the national psyche take place now. Sadly, there appear to be no leaders that could lead Israel towards the path of peace.

Lastly, and most significant, is the conjunction of Pluto with the Galactic Center for the years 2006-2009, becoming exact twice, in December 2006 and October 2007. Astronomers may have demoted Pluto to planetoid status, but to an Astrologer, Pluto still is the planet of death and regeneration. The last time Pluto conjunct the Galactic Center, in 1745, we had the Age of Enlightenment, and, also, the Jacobin Rebellion. There will be a far greater change in Israel, and only time will tell how it turns out...

Since that time, President Obama has been elected, as I predicted, but has not turned out to be a means of change, which was his choice. Hamas won the Palestinian elections in 2007 since Fatah no longer had any moral authority whatsoever. Again, part of my prophecy. Israel's actions in Gaza from 2007-2009 were just a continuation of previous actions, and not even, the beginning of the end. That is yet to come, but when the time comes, and it will be soon, those who could not see, will pay the price. It is not as if I hadn't warned, or told them what they must do before..

Some might ask why I'm picking on Jewish people alone. I'm not. There is no more validity to the need for an Islamic state than a Jewish state. Both Islam and Judaism share a common prophet, as I made clear in my recent "Cheiro the Last Prophet":

But the gift that passed on to the Jewish people then the Muslims has passed on, and what happened was that these religions have all been compromised, and will end in their own time. And people will be free to follow their own path, but without the trappings of a repressive state to support that, or coerce people away from free will or with selective moral or nationalistic precepts.

And what will come will not be Christianity or Buddhism or any other ism, including capitalism or socialism. It is a path that acknowledges each person's right to find God in his or her own way, and share the gifts of Earth with all instead of enshrining Greed.

Nor is there any more proof to be had. My proof was in my writing and my actions and all the prophecies I made that came true. In the last two years I have said that Iranian leader Ayatollah Khamenei would survive in Iran, and he did, and that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad would win the Iranian election, and he did, and is it just coincidence that these two seem to be Israel's nemesis?

It is also sad that of all those who follow me not one is Jewish or Muslim but that is their choice after all. I am the descendant of the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and my lineage is of Moses, and David (may their names be blessed) and a thousand more coincidences to my name so to those who may argue that I don't quite fit their prophecy, make no mistake. I have come not only to the sky god based peoples but the native peoples in so many lives. I am the one who promised I would come back one day to heal the earth. I have even told you my names, because each name is power.

But the time is up, and those who could not change, will not, except in their next lives. And what I see happening, will, and you can all pray for God's help, but it will not come in the way you ask for. You could have had peace.. Now the healing of the earth must unfold.


Xanadu said...

"I wrote of my deep connections with and love for the Jewish people in my 2001 article "Battle for the Soul of the Jewish People"

You have a Jewish wife, so naturally you would tend to be a philosemite. I wonder if you have given careful thought to the question of what a Jew actually is: whether there is such a thing as a "Jewish race" or whether it's just a culture with its roots in Judaism.

Israel Shamir now regards himself as a Palestinian Christian, or an ex-Jew. “No one born a Jew has to remain a Jew,” he says. “The point is to liberate Jews from Jewishness, which is the enemy of mankind.”

Naturally such sentiments have made Shamir persona non grata in certain circles. But “more and more Israelis are coming to their senses”, he tells us, and are “deserting Judaism and Zionism in droves.”

I wonder what you or your wife would think of this. Is it a question of: Once a Jew always a Jew. Or could your wife SHED her Jewishness if she wanted? Like Shamir and Gilad Atzmon and all those who renounce Judaism and Jewish culture?

A complex question, I know. Please tell me your views. I confess I am a bit confused.

Xanadu said...

I sometimes wish I could be in contact with Berkeley again, to whom I gave such unnecessary offence. He would have had something interesting to say on the question posed above. Ah, the golden days of Xymphora when we were young and foolish!

Man From Atlan said...

Nah, I wouldn't consider myself a philosemite or phobe. What my wife (or I) are by birth or background has nothing to do with who we are today: neither Jewish nor Muslim, but, Atlanian. We didn't need to invent a substitute group to belong to, and could have been a Sufi Kabbalah blend, except what we have is so much more right for us.
I should point out I told the Jewish community back in 1993 they would have to give up their 'Jewishness', and would like to think that in my debates and history with Shamir since 2000 I have had some small influence on his choices and decision.
Yes, Jews are abandoning Zionism in droves, and some, to a certain extent, their 'Jewishness' and I had to reassure my friends I didn't mean ritual and custom, because that will change over time. I just want all the Abrahamic religions to let go of their exclusivity and claim to being chosen; yes, they were, once.
And the path to oneness means letting go of the past, and to change.

Man From Atlan said...

Berkeley has chosen a path I hope will help him find peace. I wouldn't blame myself entirely for any contretemps!

Xanadu said...

So nice talking with you again, mfa. It is seldom I meet anyone, in real life especially, with whom I can have a really stimulating conversation. With you I always get it.

I miss lobro's conversation too. He had such perspicacity combined with humanity and wit. In fact, I miss everyone on Xymphora, including those I quarreled with. Truly I wish them well and hope they will manage to keep their wits about them as Western civilization goes down the drain.

More later when I have the time. I will be back...