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« Reply #390 on: Aug 18, 2020, 12:07 AM »

Of course it helps, Helena! Thank you very much for stopping to write a little bit to me. I like very much to read what you write!

I still need to study more, for sure, both of my own chart, and of the examples presented here, because I constantly feel that in regards to EA, it takes me some time to fully "integrate" an meaning. Even this message you just wrote to me here, explaining about Lilith, I have read it some few times, again and again, as if it was... slowly digested. It's not that the content is complicated, it is not, but it's more a feeling that... althought you do understand an archetype, it took you some time to understand it so well by looking at your own chart and history and co-relating all the points to one another. As a therapist I admire says, "the mind absorbs things quickly, but it takes some time to get down to the heart". It's a little bit like that. Smiley

(Ps.: An interesting curiosity is that I have seem that my Lilith, the asteroid, is also in house 12, which means that what I described previously as possible "distortions" may still fit, since it's still in a Pieces house. Questions for me to ask myself in my constant self-study homework. But it is such a pleasant homework!)
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« Reply #391 on: Aug 19, 2020, 03:28 AM »

Hi Júlia!

That's so true, letting things fall in place takes time indeed. Pisces is that feeling/knowing we're all in this together, and for that is so important what we're doing here, that each of us share a bit of their stories. That's what gives meaning and moving forward, that each tiny bit aligns to this and this other part...
I wouldn't see Lilith so much as a definition but a common starting point. It is a well of creative energy, so by definition we're free to give it our unique purpose, to create from there.

I mentioned the nodes because with the symbol of Lilith we see with the asteroid we are on a recovery process as a whole, which implies  going back to move forward for the great great majority of women and going back to restore the wisdom of those south nodes. If you take for instance a woman with Lilith's south node in taurus and you see that woman's life not mirroring self-sufficiency, we have to ask why that is because the truth is that woman can be whole and self-sufficient BY DESIGN. So we need to go in and find where we can peel layer by layer of the dynamics keeping her from access that. It reminds me of a story i read somewhere of this woman in mid-life who's husband death left her near to ruin, with a home and family to take care, who she has always been depend on. It turns out in the middle of a very depressing time with apparently no way out that woman could find the inner spark of light in her to make up her mind and try to find out what she could do, what she already knew from her experience to get her some income. First she started gardening and occupying her days with pleasant activities when some day out of nowhere during her gardening activity she had this idea to start making this things to sell (i can't recall exactly what it was but was some craft or something) and she became instantly very successful with a high demand of what she was selling. And this is just an example but the whole issue could be simple to understand if we remember Lilith's nodes are only in three signs for everyone: taurus, gemini and cancer.

Also in the spirit of pisces you mention and for those interested in lilith in the younger generations, there is an acclaimed series now out streaming called Normal People, from an adaptation of a young woman's novel with the same name. The series speaks of teenage first love in a very beautiful way but is also a subtle and incredibly powerful work merging the past, present and future of how the feminine and the masculine can be natural, distorted and recovered as shown by the new generations. It's so touching my heart almost burst out of my chest when i saw it, because there's hope for both feminine and masculine empowerment of each other, and the series passages that subtle message for the viewer watching with care, because we're after all Normal People :-)
We know casting is not a random selection as most times the actors and actresses can represent universal symbols of the energy of the characters they are portraing, so i decided to see the chart of the young woman playing the staring role, which has new phase Pluto closely conjunct Lilith in Saggitarius (both retrograde!)... Wow

Abraço,
Helena

P.S. Thank you Rad!
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« Reply #392 on: Aug 22, 2020, 05:29 AM »

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Here is the chart for Kamala Devi Harris  October 20, 1964) is an American politician and lawyer currently serving in her first term as the junior United States senator from California since 2017, and is also the Democratic vice presidential nominee for the 2020 election as the running mate of Joe Biden.

Born in Oakland, California, Harris graduated from Howard University and the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. She began her career in the Alameda County District Attorney's Office, before being recruited to the San Francisco District Attorney's Office and later the City Attorney of San Francisco's office. In 2003, she was elected district attorney of San Francisco. She was elected attorney general of California in 2010, and re-elected in 2014.

She defeated fellow Democrat Loretta Sanchez in the 2016 Senate election to become the second African-American woman and the first South Asian American to serve in the United States Senate. As a senator, she has supported healthcare reform, federal descheduling of cannabis, a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, the DREAM Act, a ban on assault weapons, and progressive tax reform. She gained a national profile for her pointed questioning of Trump administration officials during Senate hearings.

Harris ran for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination and attracted national attention before ending her campaign on December 3, 2019.[8] She was announced as former vice president Joe Biden's running mate in the 2020 election on August 11, 2020. She is the first African-American, the first Asian-American, and the third female vice presidential running mate on a major party ticket after Geraldine Ferraro and Sarah Palin

For more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamala_Harris

Her natal Lilith is 6 Aquarius, the N.Node is 8 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 17 Cancer. Her natal Amazon is 27 Virgo, the N.Node is 4 Gemini, and the S.Node is 16 Scorpio.

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« Reply #393 on: Aug 29, 2020, 04:55 AM »

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Here is the chart for Jill Tracy Jacobs Biden (née Jacobs, formerly Stevenson; born June 3, 1951) is an American educator who was second lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017. She is married to Joe Biden, the 47th vice president of the United States, and the Democratic Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2020 election.

Born in Hammonton, New Jersey, she grew up in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Biden married Joe Biden in 1977, becoming stepmother to his two young sons from his first marriage, Beau and Hunter, whose mother and baby sister died in a car accident in 1972. Joe and Jill Biden have a daughter, Ashley, born in 1981.

Biden has a bachelor's degree from the University of Delaware, master's degrees from West Chester University and Villanova University, and a doctoral degree from the University of Delaware. She taught English and reading in high schools for thirteen years, and also taught adolescents with emotional disabilities at a psychiatric hospital. From 1993 to 2008, she was an English and writing instructor at Delaware Technical & Community College. Since 2009, she has been a professor of English at Northern Virginia Community College and is thought to be the first second lady to hold a paying job while her husband was vice president. She is the founder of the Biden Breast Health Initiative non-profit organization, co-founder of the Book Buddies program, co-founder of the Biden Foundation, is active in Delaware Boots on the Ground, and is co-founder of Joining Forces with Michelle Obama.

For more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jill_Biden

Her natal Lilith is 12 Leo, the N.Node is 25 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 18 Gemini.  Her natal Amazon is 9 Virgo, the N.Node is 27 Taurus, and the S.Node is 18 Scorpio.

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« Reply #394 on: Sep 05, 2020, 05:57 AM »

Hi All,

Here is the chart for Ladda Tammy Duckworth (born March 12, 1968) is an American politician and retired Army National Guard lieutenant colonel serving as the junior United States Senator from Illinois since 2017. A member of the Democratic Party, she represented Illinois's 8th district in the United States House of Representatives from 2013 to 2017.

Duckworth was educated at the University of Hawaii and George Washington University. A combat veteran of the Iraq War, she served as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot. In 2004, after her helicopter was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade fired by Iraqi insurgents, she suffered severe combat wounds, which caused her to lose both of her legs and some mobility in her right arm. She was the first female double amputee from the war. Despite her grievous injuries, she sought and obtained a medical waiver that allowed her to continue serving in the Illinois Army National Guard until she retired as a lieutenant colonel in 2014.

Duckworth served as Director of the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs from 2006 to 2009 and as Assistant Secretary for Public and Intergovernmental Affairs at the United States Department of Veterans Affairs from 2009 to 2011. In 2012, Duckworth was elected to the United States House of Representatives, where she served two terms. Duckworth was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2016, defeating Republican incumbent Mark Kirk. The daughter of an American father and Thai mother, she is the first Thai American woman elected to Congress, the first person born in Thailand elected to Congress, the first woman with a disability elected to Congress, the first female double amputee in the Senate, and the first senator to give birth while in office. Duckworth is the second of three Asian American woman to serve in the U.S. Senate, after Mazie Hirono, and before Kamala Harris.

For more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tammy_Duckworth

Her natal Lilith is 9 Capricorn, N.Node is 8 Capricorn, and the S.Node is 26 Taurus. Her natal Amazon is 20 Aries, N.Node is 8 Taurus, and the S.Node is 9 Sagittarius.

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Goddess Bless, Rad


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« Reply #395 on: Sep 12, 2020, 04:46 AM »

Hi All

Here is the birth chart for Sanna Mirella Marin (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈsɑnːɑ ˈmirelːɑ ˈmɑriːn]) (born 16 November 1985) is a Finnish politician who has been Prime Minister of Finland since 10 December 2019. A member of the Social Democratic Party, she has been a member of the Parliament of Finland since 2015, and served as the Minister of Transport and Communications from 6 June to 10 December 2019. After Antti Rinne's resignation in the wake of the 2019 postal strike, Marin became prime minister on 8 December 2019. At 34, she is the second-youngest serving state leader, the youngest female state leader, and Finland's youngest-ever prime minister.

Early life and education

Sanna Mirella Marin was born on 16 November 1985 in Helsinki. She also lived in Espoo and Pirkkala before moving to Tampere.[better source needed] Her parents split up when she was very young; the family faced financial problems and Marin's father Lauri Marin[3] struggled with alcoholism. After her parents separated, Marin was brought up by her mother and her female partner.

Marin graduated from the Pirkkala High School in 2004 at the age of Marin joined the Social Democratic Youth in 2006 and was its first Vice President from 2010 to 2012. She worked in a bakery and as a cashier while studying, graduating with bachelor's and master's degrees in Administrative Science from the University of Tampere.

Career

Marin's political career was described by the BBC as "beginning at the age of 20",in the years following her high school graduation and beginning her affiliation with the Social Democratic Youth. She initially unsuccessfully ran for election to the City Council of Tampere, but was elected in the 2012 elections. She became chairperson of the City Council within months, serving from 2013 to 2017. In 2017, she was re-elected to the City Council. She first gained prominence after video clips of her chairing contentious meetings were shared on YouTube.

Marin was elected second deputy chairperson of the Social Democratic Party in 2014. In 2015, she was elected to the Finnish Parliament as an MP from the electoral district of Pirkanmaa. Four years later, she was re-elected. On 6 June 2019, she became the Minister of Transport and Communications.

On August 23, 2020, Marin was elected chair of the SDP, succeeding Antti Rinne.

In December 2019, Marin was nominated by the Social Democratic Party to succeed Antti Rinne as the Prime Minister of Finland, but Rinne formally remained party leader until June 2020. In a narrow vote, Marin prevailed over Antti Lindtman.

A majority of the ministers in her five-party cabinet are women, numbering 12 out of 19 at the time of the cabinet's formation.] She is the third female head of government in Finland, after Anneli Jäätteenmäki and Mari Kiviniemi.

Upon her confirmation by Parliament at the age of 34, she became Finland's youngest-ever prime minister, and was the youngest serving state leader until Sebastian Kurz regained the title in January 2020.

During the global COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Marin's cabinet invoked the state of emergency in Finland to alleviate the epidemic.

Personal life

Marin describes herself as coming from a "rainbow family" as she was raised by same-sex parents. She was also the first person in her family to attend university.

In January 2018, she and her fiancé, Markus Räikkönen, had a daughter, Emma. In August 2020, Marin and Räikkönen married at the prime minister’s official residence, Kesäranta.

Their permanent residence is in the Kaleva district of Tampere, but during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, they reside at the Prime Minister's official residence Kesäranta in Helsinki.

Marin is a vegetarian.

Here natal Lilith is 28 Sagittarius, N.Node is 14 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 10 Cancer. Her natal Amazon is 19 Taurus, the N.Node is 22 Taurus, and the S.Node is 22 Scorpio.

Please feel free to comment or ask questions.

Goddess Bless, Rad

P.S. When I first posted the natal chart for Sanna Marin I posted the wrong chart: the chart posted now is correct. Sorry for my blunder .......... Rad


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« Reply #396 on: Sep 19, 2020, 04:40 AM »

Hi All

Here is the chart of Mette Frederiksen (Danish pronunciation: [ˈmetə ˈfʁeðʁeksn̩]; born 19 November 1977) is a Danish politician who has been Prime Minister of Denmark since June 2019 and Leader of the Social Democrats since June 2015. The second woman to hold either office, she is also the youngest Prime Minister in Danish history.

Besides a very brief career as a trade unionist (2000–2001), Frederiksen has never had any employment outside politics. She was first elected to the Folketing in the 2001 general election, representing Copenhagen County. After the Social Democrats won the 2011 general election, she was appointed Minister of Employment by Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. She was later promoted to become Minister of Justice in 2014. After the Social Democrats' narrow defeat in the 2015 general election, Thorning-Schmidt stood down and Frederiksen won the subsequent leadership election to replace her, becoming Leader of the Opposition.

Frederiksen led her party into the 2019 general election which resulted in the bloc of left-wing and centre-left parties (her Social Democrats, the Social Liberals, the Socialist People's Party, the Red–Green Alliance, the Faroese Social Democratic Party and Greenland's Siumut and Inuit Ataqatigiit) winning a majority in the Folketing. Frederiksen was subsequently commissioned by Queen Margrethe II to lead ultimately successful negotiations to form a new government and was sworn in as Prime Minister on 27 June.

Early life

Born in Aalborg, Frederiksen's father was a typographer and her mother was a teacher. Frederiksen attended the Aalborghus Gymnasium. She holds a bachelor in Administration and Social Science from Aalborg University, and a Master in African Studies from the University of Copenhagen.

Political career

Frederiksen worked as a youth consultant for LO, The Danish Confederation of Trade Unions. She was elected as a member of parliament for Copenhagen County in the 2001 general election which saw the Social Democrats losing the first place and placing second for the first time since 1920. After her election, Frederiksen was named as her party's spokesperson for culture, media and gender equality. In 2002, she received the Nina Bang Prize for showing political courage, enthusiasm and impact with social feeling. In addition, she received the Ting Prize in 2012 and has co-authored the books Epostler (2003) and From Fight to Culture (2004). After the 2005 general election loss, Frederiksen became her party's spokesperson for social affairs. Following the election, she also served as the vice-chairperson of the parliamentary group of the Social Democrats. In the 2007 general election which saw the Social Democrats losing two more seats, Frederiksen obtained 27,077 votes, placing her in seventh place in the ranking of the ten Danish politicians with the most votes.

In May 2010, it was revealed that Frederiksen's daughter, along with the children of several other prominent Social Democrat politicians, was being educated at a private school. Along with her colleagues, Frederiksen was accused of hypocrisy by the Danish press as her party had long seen the promotion of public education as a key policy. In 2005, Frederiksen had openly criticised parents who sent their children to private schools. Frederiksen responded to the criticism by saying that her opinion on private education had become more nuanced since her remarks in 2005 and that it would have been hypocritical of her to put her own political career ahead of her daughter's best interest. After the 2011 general election which led to a Social Democrats government, Frederiksen served under Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt as Minister of Employment from 2011 to 2014 and Minister of Justice from 2014 until she succeeded her as party leader. As Minister of Employment, she headed for reforms of early retirement pensions, flex jobs and the employment system. Likewise, the controversial cash assistance reform meant lower cash benefits for young unemployed and provided cohabiting mutual support, among other things.citation needed

Under Frederiksen's leadership starting after the 2015 general election in which the Social Democrats returned to first place and gained three seats in the Folketing, the party has moved back to the left on economics while trying to outdo the Danish right-wing parties on having a hard line on immigration.

The 2019 general election saw the Social Democrats gaining a further seat while support for the Danish People's Party and the Liberal Alliance collapsed, costing Lars Løkke Rasmussen his majority. With the result beyond doubt on election night, Rasmussen conceded defeat. Frederiksen was appointed Prime Minister on 27 June 2019, heading an exclusively Social Democratic minority government supported by the red bloc. Despite having run on an anti-immigration stance during the election, Frederiksen shifted her stance on immigration by allowing more foreign labour and reversing government plans to hold foreign criminals offshore after winning government.

Frederiksen gained international attention in August 2019 when President of the United States Donald Trump cancelled a state visit to Denmark following her refusal to sell Greenland, an autonomous territory of Denmark. On 15 August, The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump had discussed the possibility of buying Greenland with aides. Kim Kielsen, the Premier of Greenland, responded by saying that Greenland is not for sale. On 18 August, after the rumor was confirmed by the White House, Frederiksen echoed Kielsen's comments, saying that "Greenland is not Danish. Greenland belongs to Greenland", and called the discussion "absurd". On 20 August, Trump cancelled the state visit, scheduled 2–3 September, with specific reference to Frederiksen's refusal to discuss a possible sale.

On 3 January 2020, the high-level Iranian General, Qasem Soleimani, was assassinated by the United States, which considerably heightened the existing tensions between the two countries. Frederiksen called it "a really serious situation". She avoided question on whether the killing was right, instead calling for de-escalation.

Her natal Lilith is 11 Aquarius, N.Node ios 15 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 8 Cancer. Natal Amazon is 6 Sagittarius, N.Node is 20 Taurus, and the S.Node is 23 Scorpio.

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Goddess Bless, Rad




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« Reply #397 on: Sep 26, 2020, 04:36 AM »

Hi All,

Here is the chart for Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya Sviatlana Heorhiyeuna Tsikhanouskaya or Svetlana Georgiyevna Tikhanovskaya (née Pilipchuk, Belarusian: Святла́на Гео́ргіеўна Ціхано́ўская (Піліпчук), [sʲvʲatˈɫanə ɣʲɪˈorɣʲɪiwnə t(s)ʲɪxɐnˈowskɐjə pʲɪlipˈt͡ɕuk], Russian: Светла́на Гео́ргиевна Тихано́вская (Пилипчу́к), [sʲvʲɪtˈɫanə ɡʲɪˈorɡʲɪivnə tʲɪxɐnˈofskɐjə pʲɪlipˈt͡ɕuk]; born 11 September 1982) is a Belarusian human rights activist and politician who ran for the 2020 Belarusian presidential election as the main opposition candidate. She is married to activist Sergei Tikhanovsky, who was a candidate for the same election until his arrest on 29 May 2020; she subsequently announced her intention to run in his place.

The incumbent Alexander Lukashenko was officially declared the victor in a contest marred by allegations of widespread electoral fraud. Subsequently, Tsikhanouskaya claimed to have received between 60 and 70% of the vote and has appealed to Western countries to recognise her as the winner, although instead they called for a re-run and no longer recognise Lukashenko as President.

Biography

Before running for president, Tsikhanouskaya was an English teacher and interpreter. She spent many summers in Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, as part of a programme for children affected by the Chernobyl disaster. She is married to YouTuber, blogger, and activist Sergei Tikhanovsky, who was arrested in May 2020. The couple have a son and a daughter.

2020 presidential campaign

After her husband's arrest on 29 May, Tsikhanouskaya announced her intention to run in his place. She registered as an Independent candidate on 14 July 2020. After registering, she was endorsed by the campaigns of Valery Tsepkalo and Viktar Babaryka, two prominent opposition politicians who were barred from registering, with one being arrested and the other fleeing the country. A photo of Tsikhanouskaya with Maria Kolesnikova, Babaryka's campaign chief, and Veronika Tsepkalo, Valery Tsepkalo's wife, has become a symbol of her campaign.

The night before the election, police detained senior staffers from Tsikhanouskaya's campaign and she chose to go into hiding in Minsk, before re-emerging on election day at a polling station.

Harassment

Before the presidential campaign, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko insisted the country was not ready for a female president. Her campaign comes as Amnesty International condemned Belarus's discriminatory treatment of women opposition activists, including threats of sexual violence and threats by authorities to take children away from opposition figures and send them to state-run orphanages. In response to the threats, Tsikhanouskaya sent her children abroad to live with their grandmother. She has said she has repeatedly been threatened, recounting a phone call saying, "We will put you behind bars and place your children in an orphanage." Tsikhanouskaya said she nevertheless decided to persevere in her campaign: "There must be a symbol of freedom."

Platform

Tsikhanouskaya said that she ran for president out of love, to free her husband from prison. She has vowed to free all political prisoners in Belarus, to introduce democratic reforms to the country, and to move away from the union treaty with Russia, which many Belarusian opposition figures view as an infringement on the country's sovereignty. She has also pledged to set a referendum on returning to the original draft of the 1994 Belarusian constitution, reinstating a limit of two terms for the president. She has said that her main goal is to establish free and fair elections. She views the current election as illegitimate due to the government's refusal to register Lukashenko's main political opponents as candidates. She has pledged to deliver a plan for transparent and accountable elections within six months of taking office.

Tsikhanouskaya's economic platform emphasizes increasing the importance of small and medium sized businesses in the Belarusian economy. She plans to offer interest free loans to small and medium sized businesses, cancel state inspections of private entities and provide legal protection for foreign investors. Tsikhanouskaya intends to allow profitable state owned enterprises to continue to operate, while requiring unprofitable state owned enterprises to get help from outside professionals.

Supporters

Though running as an independent, Tsikhanouskaya has attracted support from across the spectrum of Belarus's political opposition. Vital Rymašeŭski, co-leader of Belarusian Christian Democracy, announced his party's support, as did the Belarusian Social Democratic Party (Assembly), United Civic Party of Belarus and Belarusian Women's Party "Nadzieja". She has also received support from 2010 presidential candidate Mikola Statkevich. Ivonka Survilla, President of the Rada of the Belarusian People's Republic expressed her support for Tsikhanouskaya.

Rallies in support of Tsikhanouskaya and in opposition to Lukashenko have been the largest in the history of post-Soviet Belarus, attracting crowds of 20,000 in Brest and 60,000 in Minsk.

Official results

The official results published by the Central Election Commission of Belarus gave Tsikhanouskaya 588,622 votes, or 10.12% of the vote, to Lukashenko's 80.10%. However, allegations of wide-spread fraud were immediately made public, including a formal complaint to the Central Election Commission (CEC) by Tsikhanouskaya.

Election aftermath

After the elections, Tsikhanouskaya fled to Lithuania in fear of imprisonment. "Both she and the Belarusian authorities said she had not been forced to leave." On 11 August, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius announced that Tsikhanouskaya was "safe" in Lithuania while also acknowledging that she had "few options". The President of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda spoke with her upon arrival in Lithuania.[citation needed] On 11 August, the KGB of Belarus announced that an attempt was being made on Tsikhanouskaya's life, saying that the protesters needed a "sacred sacrifice". Polish government has alloted a residence for Tsikhanouskaya and other members of the Belarusian opposition in the Praga-Południe district of Warsaw. She opened the residence along with the Belarusian House in Warsaw during a visit to Warsaw a couple days later where she met with Polish Premier Mateusz Morawiecki. Her fellow opposition activist Valery Tsepkalo has also moved to Poland from Ukraine.

Here is a short film about her: https://www.nytimes.com/video/opinion/100000007331325/belarus-tikhanovskaya-opposition-leader.html?action=click&gtype=vhs&version=vhs-heading&module=vhs&region=title-area&cview=true&t=10

Here natal Lilith is 15 Taurus, N.Node is 2 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 15 Cancer. Her natal Amazon is 10 Libra, the N.Node is 11 Gemini, and the S.Node is 9 Scorpio.

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Goddess Bless, Rad


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« Reply #398 on: Oct 03, 2020, 09:13 AM »

Hi All,


This will be our youngest lil woman to date who is following her fingerprint and doing what she can to clean up this planet and make positive change in the world.

Zoë Williams is a ten-year-old native Oregonian who started her conservation awareness around age seven. She is committed to protecting sharks from shark finning and fishing, plus continuously reducing plastic pollution by doing local and beach clean-ups, and educating kids and adults through public speaking, art, music and writing. Zoë's dream is to continue her conservation work while going to school and preparing to become a Marine Biologist and Oceanographer.

In March of 2020 she released her first children's book called Coral's Quest. It is a WONDERFUL children's book about saving the sea. So if you have children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews or know friends of  children, this would be an ideal gift for the times and it would encourage Zoe to KEEP ON GOING.

Here is a brief description of her book and a place to purchase it.

https://mascotbooks.com/mascot-marketplace/buy-books/childrens/picture-books/corals-quest/

(More of the proceeds reach Zoe if you use the above link, and she donates a percentage to SAVE THE OCEAN)

You can also find it on amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Corals-Quest-Zo%C3%AB-Williams/dp/1645433269/ref=sr_1_1?crid=E6S8DROPZ9AF&dchild=1&keywords=zoe+williams&qid=1601740423&sprefix=zoe+williams%2Caps%2C449&sr=8-1


Zoe's Lilith is 9 Virgo in the 2nd house.
Her South Node of Lilith is 16 Cancer in the 12th, on her South Node.
Her North Node of Lilith is 10 Sagittarius in the 5th.


HERE SHE IS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eV--gDipVSo

She just recently wrote her first piece of music..here she is at the piano. You can feel her South Node of Lilith in the 12th, conjunct her South Node of the Moon. So much emotion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFBpDCVJHuA


Lastly, if Covid wasn't enough for this young activist, Zoe and her family tragically lost their home in the recent fires in Southern Oregon. See Pic attached. While the home was insured,  her Spirit has been broken but she is fighting hard to find joy in the ways she can.

Feel free to ask any questions and if you would like to reach out to Zoe personally, her Instagram page is
sharksareourfriend.

Goddess Bless,
Kristin

P.S Photo credit to Zoe's mom Kristan Kelly Williams


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« Reply #399 on: Oct 03, 2020, 12:04 PM »

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« Reply #400 on: Oct 10, 2020, 05:01 AM »

Hi All,

Here is the chart for Zuzana Caputova, the president of the Slovak Republic who was born on June 21, 1973 in Bratislava, Slovakia.

               What to Know About Zuzana Caputova, Slovakia's First Female President

Liberal candidate Zuzana Caputova won Slovakia’s presidential election on Saturday, becoming the central European country’s first ever female president.

Despite having almost no political experience, the 45-year old lawyer and anti-corruption campaigner won 58.4 percent of the vote in the second-round vote, defeating the European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic. The political newcomer soared to popularity in just a few months with a campaign that focused on a struggle for justice.

The president is mostly a ceremonial role in the country of 5.4 million, as Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini is responsible for overseeing the government. But when Caputova takes office in June, she will have important blocking powers, will be the commander-in-chief of the armed forces and will have power to appoint top judges.

Where does Caputova come from?

Caputova was born to a working-class family in the town of Pezinok in what was then central Czechoslovakia. The divorced mother of two daughters rose to prominence and was nicknamed the “Erin Brockovich” of Slovakia after leading a successful case against a toxic landfill that was planned in her hometown in 2016. Her 14-year-long case against the wealthy land developer involved organizing protests, filing lawsuits and writing petitions to the European Union. The campaign earned her a prestigious Goldman Environmental prize in 2016.

She recently became vice-chair of Progressive Slovakia, a party so new that it has not yet run in the parliamentary elections.'

How did she win the election?

Caputova built her campaign on a vow to fight corruption, by stripping the police and prosecutors of their political influence. Last year’s murder of the investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancee Martina Kusnirova has put the issue of political corruption at the forefront of public discussion. And Caputova said Kuciak’s murder was the reason she decided to run for president.

Kuciak, who had worked to expose corruption among the political elite was shot and killed in February 2018. Five people were charged with the murder, including a millionaire with alleged links to the center-left political party, Smer. Kuciak’s death sparked anti-government protests attracting tens of thousands of people, which eventually forced Prime Minister and Smer leader Robert Fico to step down. The party is still the largest in the national parliament, however, and Pellegrini is its prime minister.

Caputova’s liberal values also appealed to younger voters in a country where same-sex marriage is not yet legal. Caputova is in favour of same-sex unions and has said that LGBT adoption is better than leaving children in orphanages. On the question of abortion, she said she believes it is a woman’s right to make that decision.

What about her appealed to Slovakian voters?

Her approach to politics, judging by the responses of Slovakians TIME spoke to. “She seemed like someone Slovakia needed – kind, honest and never criticized her opponents,” said Antonia Halko, a 28-year-old wholesale manager from the town of Bardejov in Slovakia who voted for Caputova.

“I saw her talk in person at an event on January 30th and I knew immediately I was going to vote for her. She was very authentic, humane and I simply trusted what she was saying – which is a pretty rare feature in the Slovak politics,” said Juraj Scott, a charity-worker from Slovakia’s capital city, Bratislava.

Corruption among officials was also a core concern. “We all started to realize that we needed to stand up to the corrupt government because our country wasn’t safe. Caputova promised that nothing like this would ever happen again,” Halko said.

What does her victory mean for European politics?

Caputova’s election is a rare progressive victory in central Europe where nationalist rhetoric has grown over the past few years. In neighboring Hungary, Poland and Austria, governments are dominated by right-wing, nationalist parties. In these countries and elsewhere, liberal parties have struggled to counter populist leaders like Hungary’s Viktor Orban whose campaigns focus on migration and social issues.

But Slovakia’s election provides evidence that dissatisfaction with the status quo can usher in more progressive leaders. “I am happy not just for the result, but mainly that it is possible not to succumb to populism, to tell the truth, to raise interest without aggressive vocabulary,” Caputova told a crowd of supporters in Bratislava.

Caputova’s victory, which came on a low turnout of 40 percent, is likely to be only the beginning of the fight for the progressive left in Slovakia. The European Parliament’s elections in May and the parliamentary elections next year will be the real test of the movement’s strength.

Her natal Lilith is 21 Pisces, the N.Node is 17 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 23 Gemini. Her natal Amazon is 12 Aries, the N.Node is 1 Gemini, and the S.Node is 8 Scorpio.

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Goddess Bless, Rad


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« Reply #401 on: Oct 17, 2020, 05:10 AM »

Hi All,

Here is the chart for Katrín Jakobsdóttir (pronounced [ˈkʰaːtrin ˈjaːkʰɔpsˌtouʰtɪr̥]; born 1 February 1976) is an Icelandic politician serving as the 28th and current Prime Minister of Iceland since 2017. She has been a member of the Althing for the Reykjavík North constituency since 2007. She became deputy chairperson of the Left-Green Movement in 2003 and has been their chairperson since 2013. Katrín was Iceland's Minister of Education, Science and Culture and of Nordic Co-operation from 2 February 2009 to 23 May 2013. She is Iceland's second female prime minister, after Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir. On 19 February 2020, she was named Chair of the Council of Women World Leaders.

Education

Katrín was born in Reykjavík. She graduated from the University of Iceland in 1999 with a bachelor degree with a major in Icelandic and minor in French. She received her M.A. in Icelandic Literature from the same university in 2004 for a thesis on the work of popular Icelandic crime writer Arnaldur Indriðason.
Non-political career

She worked part-time as a language adviser at the news agency at public broadcaster RÚV from 1999 to 2003. She then freelanced for broadcast media and wrote for a variety of print media from 2004 to 2006 as well as being an instructor in lifelong learning and leisure at the Mímir School from 2004 to 2007. She did editorial work for the publishing company Edda and magazine JPV from 2005 to 2006 and was a Lecturer at the University of Iceland, Reykjavík University and Menntaskólinn í Reykjavík from 2006 to 2007.

Political career

She became deputy chairperson of the Left-Green Movement in 2003 and has been their chairperson since 2013.

She has been a member of the Althing for the Reykjavík North constituency since 2007.

Katrín was Iceland's Minister of Education, Science and Culture and of Nordic Co-operation from 2 February 2009 to 23 May 2013.

Before becoming Prime Minister, she was chairperson of the Left-Green Movement. In the wake of the 2017 Icelandic parliamentary election, President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson tasked Katrín with forming a governing coalition to consist of the Left-Green Movement, the Progressive Party, the Social Democratic Alliance, and the Pirate Party. Coalition talks between the four parties formally began on 3 November 2017, but were unsuccessful because of Progressive Party concerns that her coalition would have too thin a majority. As a result, she sought to lead a three-party coalition with the Independence Party and Progressive Party. After coalition talks were completed, President Guðni formally granted Katrín a mandate to lead the government, which was installed on 30 November. She is the second woman to serve as Prime Minister of Iceland.

Katrín opposes Icelandic membership of NATO, but as part of the compromise between the Left-Greens and their coalition partners, the government does not intend to withdraw from NATO or hold a referendum on NATO membership She opposes Iceland joining the European Union. The coalition government does not intend to hold a referendum on continuing Iceland's accession negotiations with the EU.

According to political scientists, her government "combines conventional economic and social emphases (e.g. support for the regions and primary industries) with opposition to European integration." Despite being a coalition government of the left socialist Left-Greens, the centre (Progressive Party) and the right wing (Independence Party), the coalition was stable throughout 2018.

Personal life

Katrín is married to Gunnar Sigvaldason and the mother of three sons (born 2005, 2007 and 2011).

She hails from a family which has produced many prominent people in Icelandic politics, academia and literature. She is the younger sister of twin brothers Ármann Jakobsson and Sverrir Jakobsson [is], who are both professors in the humanities at the University of Iceland. Katrín is the great-granddaughter of the politician and judge Skúli Thoroddsen  and the poet Theodóra Thoroddsen , and granddaughter of the engineer and MP Sigurður S. Thoroddsen . The poet Dagur Sigurðarson  is her maternal uncle.

Her natal Lilith is 23 Scorpio, the N.Node is 2 Cancer, and the S.Node is 25 Taurus. Her natal Amazon is 13 Virgo, N.Node is 3 Taurus, and the S.Node is 7 Sagittarius.

Please feel free to comment or ask questions.

Goddess bless, Rad


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