Thursday, November 20, 2014

James Paul McCartney's Fate Was Written in the Stars

An astrologer friend of mina (and fellow PID researcher), recently told me about some clues he had found in Paul McCartney's astrological chart. It might be a clue that Paul met an untimely and violent demise. The astrologer said that Paul's natal chart showed violence. Apparently, there was a Mars-Pluto conjunction in his 11th house [also see link for confirmation]. This supposedly showed that Paul had powerful enemies.

According to astrologer Dennis Harness, John F. Kennedy also had a Mars-Pluto conjunction (at 32:25):

Interview of Vedic Astrologer Dr. Dennis Harness

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Other tragic celebrities with Mars-Pluto conjunctions were Patsy Cline, who died aged 30 at the height of her fame as a Country music singer, and singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley, who died in an accident during his prime. [Link]
Mars stands for strife, war, conflict, aggressive force, violence, brutality, guns, shootings, knives, hatred, anger, belligerence, sexual violence, accidents and fires [among other things]. He rules the army, police, firefighters, militants and hot-heads and gets his justice by taking revenge. Pluto stands for groups, the international community (UN), cooperation or disunity, terrorists groups, the globalization of terror, dictators, tyrants, rogue countries, nuclear weapons, insidious barbarism, mass killings, threats, coercive enforcement, drastic measures, crime and crime networks. [Link
11th House: 
Traditionally known as the 'house of Good Fortune', the 11th house has rulership over friends and friendship, supporters, benefactors and those that help us directly or behind the scenes. It is the house of beneficial fate, positive hope, trust, praise, comfort, goals and ambitions. In modern astrology it is said to rule the wider social circle of acquaintances and groups, broader ambitions, political ideals and those who share our aims. Its condition indicates the fidelity or falseness of friends and it has rulership over promotion by recommendation of others.  
Historically it is associated with the king's (or ruler's) favourites, councillors, servants, their associates or allies. It represents parliament and councils generally, and supporters of the government or ruling power. [Link]

Mars In The Eleventh House in Horoscope (Mars in The 11th house) (especially relevant at end)

Pluto In The 11th House

Cally Roberts • 1 year ago (#1 of 6) The Astrology of Child Abuse and Murder: Observing Mars-Pluto in Aspect ... We can’t go and assume that everybody with this aspect will experience abuse. However, in the few cases of severe child abuse and murder in the family as seen below, the Mars-Pluto aspect shows up too frequently to be a “coincidence”...  
Mars-Pluto is sometimes found in the charts of people who suffer from a violent death... [Link]
As many people know, my personal feeling based on my research is that Paul was assassinated and his identity was hijacked by a controlled imposter. I think this happened because Paul was hoping to do good in some way (using his position as a Beatle), but the powers that be wanted to stop him. Is it possible that astrology supports this conclusion?
When Mars is in the 11th House... Arguments with colleagues... are very common with this placement because of the tendency of the Mars person to use the organisation as a platform for his own views and ambitions. [Link]
When allowed to lead, however, Mars in the eleventh house can shine and is often able to achieve a great deal of social change. [Link]
Pluto in the 11th House: 
A strong reformist streak can then develop in you and you'd need to be prepared to stand up and be counted at some stage. Because you emanate, consciously or otherwise, this aura of social change or upheaval, others are likely to react against it by projecting their own unconscious feelings (good and bad) on to you. They then reject you or are strongly drawn towards you, or both, alternately. Looked at in another sense, this propensity gives you a talent as a group leader and for paving a way into the future. [Link]
Some song clues that also might suggest a violent end to James Paul McCartney are "Happiness if a Warm Gun," "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill" (what did you kill?), and "Why Don't We Do It in the Road." Yes, I suspect that they are NOT talking about sex, but about the scenario in "Condensed Cream of the Beatles," [link] which I think may be telling us that Paul's car was run off the road and he was assassinated.
If anyone can offer more insight into the astrology behind this, please leave a comment.


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