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« Reply #315 on: Aug 03, 2012, 07:06 AM »

Hi Rad,
I have a question regarding her Sun south node balsamic conjunction.
What I don't quite understand is the appropraite way to read that signature. Since the sn in all cases symbolizes the past, thus something that is very familiar and relevant to the karmic history of the soul in all cases - when a planet is on the sn - I am having a hard time understanding the practical difference between a balsamic sn and a new phase sn.

My only comprehension at this point is just the literal undersatnding - which is that, relative to the nature of that particular function, this is a dynamic that has either recently been worked on in the past and is now being brought forth via the sn (as either relive fruitive or combination) or it is something that has been worked on for a long time and is being brought forth via the sn (as either relive fruitive or comnbination).

Would you be able to offer some more perspective for understanding the difference between these 2 kinds of conjunctions to the sn and specifically in the case of Earheart what is symbolized here from the point of view of her Sun being balsamic to the sn.

Thank you so much Rad, With love,
Ari Moshe


Hi Ari,

Very simply the balsamic conjunction of the Sun to the S.Node correlates with a Soul who is bringing to culmination an entire evolutionary history for itself wherein a core dynamic within the Soul is one of reflection upon the nature of it's entire life: the choices made and why relative to various dynamics that are the causative factors for the nature of the life itself. The new phase conjunction correlates with an EA dynamic wherein the past that has brought the Soul into the current life is relived, the various dynamics that have been the causative factors for the nature of that past, yet in so doing the evolutionary need is to make NEW CHOICES relative to repeating those dynamics. In so doing the evolution of the Soul can then proceed.

For Earhart this will mean that in her next life she will again become a transformative symbol by the very nature of the life she will live yet by making new choices relative to old dynamics, if she makes them, will negate the evolutionary and karmic need to have an early life ending.

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #316 on: Aug 21, 2012, 07:04 AM »

Hi All,

Here is an update on the search for Amelia Earhart. God Bless, Rad

Amelia Earhart research team says possible plane debris sighted

By Agence France-Presse
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 7:03 EDT

Researchers trying to unravel the mystery surrounding the 1937 disappearance of US aviator Amelia Earhart in the Pacific have said they spotted debris under water that may have come from her plane.

High-definition video taken by a Project Earhart team and analyzed in a laboratory show “man-made objects” scattered west of Kiribati’s Nikumaroro Island, said The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR).

The expedition — the 10th in 23 years — in July filmed the seabed near the island, where they think Earhart may have made an emergency landing and lived for a short time during a bid to circumnavigate the globe along the equator.

“We see elements in the underwater photos that are consistent with pieces of landing gear,” TIGHAR director Richard Gillespie told AFP, noting his team spotted something that could have been a tire.

“This is a promising development,” Gillespie said.

“We need to do much more analysis… We haven’t claimed to solve the mystery with this. It’s the next step in the investigation.”

The location of the debris is promising, Gillespie said, as it is consistent with previous findings.

“It’s in the right place. Whether it’s the right stuff, the right material, we don’t yet know,” he said, adding: “If it’s airplane debris, it’s almost certainly related to Amelia. There is no other aircraft missing out there.”

On July 2, 1937, Earhart, 39, accompanied by navigator Fred Noonan, embarked on the final stretch of her world tour in a twin-engine Lockheed Electra, heading for California from Papua New Guinea.

Earhart planned to land on Howland Island to refuel, but a few hours after takeoff, she announced in a final radio message that she could not locate the island, and that her fuel was dwindling.

Despite numerous searches, no trace of her aircraft has been found to date.

A new Earhart expedition may take place in the next two years, if further analysis is promising, Gillespie said.
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