Mars square Pluto in the sky: November 2019

A progressed aspect in the Mars cycle has a 72 hour forecast period during which a major Mars event can occur. It usually involves violence, strife, disputation or an accident or fire and the police, army or firefighters.

Planet Earth is plagued with violence. Human actors are jam-packed with aggressive energy so it takes very little Mars stimulation to demonstrate a Mars event and on November 4, 5 and 6, 2019, when progressed Mars was square Pluto in the Mars cycle and Mars was square Pluto the sky, it was a particularly violent 72 hours.

The following events received coverage on major news websites.

In Iraq at least eight people were killed, and up to thirty wounded when security forces fired live rounds at protestors trying to scale a barricade in Baghdad.

In Sonora, Mexico gunmen killed 9 American Mormons.

In Piedmont, Italy three firefighters were killed in an explosion caused by two bombs at an abandoned farm building.

At a border checkpoint between Tajikistan and Uzbekistan twenty gunmen opened fire killing a border guard and a policeman. Fifteen assailants were killed.

In Jerash, Jordan a knife wielding man attacked a group (Pluto) of tourists, wounding three Mexicans and a Swiss before being arrested.

In Beni Territory, DR Congo ten civilians were killed by ADF militiamen who crossed the border from Uganda.

In Burkina Faso 39 civilians died and another 60 injured when gunmen attacked a Canadian gold mining company.

In South Thailand gunmen killed 15 people and injured five at a security checkpoint if Yala Province. The attack is the most deadly in years.

And off the coast of Benin nine crew members of a Norwegian ship were kidnapped (Pluto).

These events reveal a Mars-Pluto event trend and when Mars is again square Pluto in the sky or progressed Mars is square Pluto in the Mars cycle you can reliably forecast acts of violence and more precisely mass killings, stabbings and explosions.

Author: DW Sutton

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