Monday, April 1, 2013

An Unfortunate Example of The Saturn in Scorpio-Pluto in Capricorn Mutual Reception During the Uranus-Pluto Square

The Wall Street Journal recently published an article that perfectly reflects the current planetary transits, particularly the Saturn-Pluto mutual reception in Capricorn during the Uranus-Pluto square. Greed always rises to the top when it comes to solutions to crises (see: Iraq War), and in the aftermath of the Newtown, CT massacre, it's no different:
"Ian Sobieski, founder and managing director of Band of Angels in Menlo Park, Calif., said he hopes to support firms such as Mountain View, Calif.-based ShotSpotter Inc., whose technology helps police pinpoint where shots are fired to respond faster to crimes. 'There is money to be made,' said Mr. Sobieski, whose firm invested in ShotSpotter. 'Gun violence is expensive to society, and there is a big potential market for solutions.'"
Got that? There's money to be made off of other people's pain and suffering, particularly via the country's completely out-of-whack gun policies.  I'm sure the irony is lost on both WSJ readers, and Mr. Sobieski. Remember, with Saturn in Scorpio and Pluto in Capricorn, it's profits over people every time.

To add to the irony, it turns out the only person addressing the issue seriously and rationally is a comedian: Jon Stewart. See: