Taurus Lunar Eclipse Square U.S. Natal Moon

Comparing the Nov. 19, 2021 Taurus Lunar Eclipse with the Nov. 19, 2002 Taurus Lunar Eclipse

Today’s eclipse Sun and Moon (lunar eclipse at 27 Taurus 14’) made a nearly exact t-square aspect to the USA’s natal Moon. Eclipses are moments when large amounts of cosmic energy come into the Earth plane; t-square patterns operate like a prism or a funnel, channeling the energy of a planetary opposition — in this case the eclipse Sun and Moon at 27 Scorpio and 27 Taurus — into that planet.

Basically, this dynamic directs a blast of energy into the USA’s Moon. (The Moon symbolizes the people in a national chart, as well as what’s going on in the homeland.) It tells us that the status quo isn’t working, so here’s a cosmic wake-up call to jolt us and get us unstuck. With precise aspects like this one, experience tells us that the condition of the people or the homeland needs to, and is going to, undergo a significant shift.

Normally I would see this signature as problematic, especially given the deep shit we’re in as a society. But every time I’ve tuned into the eclipse, I’ve gotten the hit that things could be different this time.

Eclipses repeat at the same degree every 19 years, so I decided to compare this eclipse with the previous eclipse at 27 Taurus to see if anything jumped out at me.

Homeland Security, Weapons of Mass Destruction…and SARS

November 2002 was a pretty momentous month for the condition of the American people. A week after the Taurus lunar eclipse, on Nov. 25, 2002, George W. Bush signed the Homeland Security Act into law. Following on the heels of the Patriot Act in October 2001, the creation of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) institutionalized the war on domestic terrorism.

In the months leading up to this eclipse the Washington war machine, fronted by Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld, was beating the drums for an invasion of Iraq.

The reason given for starting a new war (we were already fighting in Afghanistan) was the unsubstantiated claim that Saddam Hussein was building nukes and other weapons of mass destruction (WMD), which he could unleash on America at any moment.

The American people were still reeling from the 9-11 terror event and the anthrax terror event.1 The stories that pushed by Bush and Rumsfeld et al were so obviously fabricated, I still wonder how many Americans actually believed Saddam was behind 9-11 and/or that he had WMD capabilities and was about to drop them on us. At any rate, in March of 2003, the U.S. invaded Iraq, inflicting large civilian casualties and — of course — poisoning and injuring many of our own troops in the process.

Also, in November 2002, the first SARS pandemic began in China. Although only 8,000 people were identified as having been infected, 774 of those died. And the media drummed up a good pandemic panic with stories like this one:

Domestic Terror: An Enduring Justification for Surveillance and Control

Although historic numbers of Americans took to the streets in 2003 to protest the invasion of Iraq, we were losing the war at home. The 2001 Patriot Act had given law enforcement and three-letter agencies unprecedented freedom to surveil, spy on, and even incarcerate U.S. citizens indefinitely without due process — on the mere suspicion of terrorism.

This emphasis on fighting the War on Terror in the homeland took another big step forward with the creation of the DHS. The Homeland Security Act resulted in the biggest restructuring of U.S. government since World War II and would appropriate billions of taxpayer dollars to build a behemoth bureaucracy dedicated to keeping us safe from one another. Whether we felt threatened or not.

Yesterday, Today and…?

Although the 2002 eclipse, like the one that happened this morning, made a to-the-degree t-square to the U.S. Moon, one big difference between the two charts is the transiting planet at the apex of the t-square (and thus conjunct the U.S. natal Moon).

In 2002, Uranus is at 25 Aquarius. Uranus is the archetype of sudden, shocking change. It is a visionary, futuristic energy that ultimately wants to liberate us from traditions or habits that no longer serve. But when it is afflicted, as we say in astrology, it can often manifest in sudden outbursts of violence or rash, destructive acts that do indeed get rid of the old, but do so without bringing higher-vibrational solutions to replace what has just been destroyed.

Here are two things about the 2021 eclipse that give me some degree of hope for the future. First, Jupiter is the transiting planet at the apex of the eclipse t-square in today’s eclipse chart. I wrote about Jupiter in Aquarius as the potential to weave better visions of our collective future in The great storyteller returns, proposing that the kind of stories we tell ourselves and one another (and the narratives we invest our collective faith in) will go a long way towards determining the outcome of World War III, which is a spiritual and information warfare being waged to gain total control over the world’s population.

Interestingly, not only have we already lived through the kind of “global SARS pandemic” — complete with universal mask-wearing, lockdowns, and a global 24/7 media propaganda blitz that the 2002 authors of Newsweek’s The New Age of Epidemics could only fantasize about — we’ve also seen a fresh commitment to waging war on domestic terror here in the U.S.

Like the COVID/GREAT RESET agenda of the Controllers, the current domestic terror narrative is all about identifying and disempowering people who have resisted the mind control programming and who continue to insist on their right to think for themselves.

But, perhaps because of how much energy has been spent trying to silence dissent and coerce us into taking part in this totally insane global medical experiment, millions of us around the world have awakened from our brainwashed slumbers. And, with every heavy-handed new globalist offensive against the people’s basic human rights and freedoms, millions more are waking up.

By the time we arrived at today’s eclipse, those of us who have chosen life and freedom over death and tyranny have collectively made huge strides in freeing ourselves from the mono-narrative of the corporate media and the Big Tech owned social media platforms.

Substack is just one example of the alternative platforms that are skyrocketing in popularity as more and more people disconnect from the Mockingbird media more or less completely. We are creating, and gravitating to, places where we can communicate directly to one another, telling the stories we feel are important to be told without the intrusion of corporate advertising or manipulative algorithms designed to suck us back into a state of passive consumption of approved content.

We are telling a different story from the fear and doom narrative of the Controllers. As they continue to crush the life out of the media shopping mall that many people came to believe was synonymous with the Internet, a growing subset of society is expanding in beautiful, innovative, and unpredictable directions. And we are doing it with passion and with purpose and with courage and (dare I say) with joy.

Which doesn’t mean the next couple years are going to be a collective stroll down easy street. A lot of Americans are going to suffer and die needlessly from the toxic medical interventions forced on hospital patients deemed to have SARS-CoV-2. Many will suffer and die needlessly from the governmental, corporate and media collusion to discredit and censor information on alternative therapies. And many more will suffer and die needlessly from the vaccines and booster shots.

That sucks. And, when this war is finally over and we add up the casualties, we are going to have to do some profound grieving.

But what if we succeed at liberating the world from this small group of psychopaths who have for so long held the men, women and children of the realm in slavery, who have systematically poisoned us, who have used us as cannon fodder in their stupid wars, who have turned brother against brother and the parents against the children, and who have turned this beautiful garden realm into a sick theater of violence, poverty, illness, and struggle so they can grow rich on the energy they harvest from us?

Imagine a world with no chemtrails. A world where no one has to work 40, 50, or 60 hours a week to pay the bills. A world where the food is pure and the water isn’t full of fluoride, and where people grow healthier rather than sicker. A world where we get to do a lot more of what we love and where, because we have enough, we raise our children to be happy, healthy, loving and free.

That’s the potential I see coming out of these incredibly charged and trying times. I hope, in the face of the adversity that is sure to continue for a time, the American people continue to shrug off the threats and punishments of our so-called leaders, and stand up for the God-given rights of all people.


“The Pentagon’s mandatory anthrax shots caused adverse reactions in most recipients and helped prompt many Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard members to transfer to other units or leave the military between 1998 and 2000, according to a survey by Congress’s General Accounting Office (GAO).

The survey indicated that 85% of troops who received an anthrax shot had an adverse reaction, a rate far higher than the 30% claimed by the manufacturer in 2000, when the survey was conducted. Sixteen percent of the survey respondents had either left the military or changed their status, at least in part because of the vaccination program.” – University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy