Mohamed Morsi was elected by the people of Egypt not to please anyone except the Muslim Brotherhood that boosted him into office. That said, it’s probable that his party isn’t going to be much like Mubarak’s regime as they are very different types of people. Morsi studied in the USA, right here in L.A. at USC and CSUN (Cal State Northridge) and two of his five kids are US citizens, so it’s doubtful he’d be hostile to our nation. Let’s take a look at his planetary display and determine what kind of man he might be behind the political cover.
He’s a Leo with Moon in Aries conjoined to Jupiter, a combination that makes a decent political leader but has the annoying problem of Mercury and Venus both retrograde near the S Node in Virgo, which can make for some very reactionary ideals. Yet that Virgo stuff fits what he was trained as; an engineer. One similar politician is Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC), born two weeks later, who is an extreme fundamentalist and negative Nellie, working to destroy democracy in America and install theocratic rule. This is their fear of Morsi, rather more of a projection than an actual fact of experience. There is no experience of a democratically elected Arab president in Egypt, so Morsi treads a razor’s edge, cutting new designs for foreign and domestic policy, putting them into practice effectively and emerging with a new national identity. There’s a ton of history all around Cairo, well known to the locals, quite aware of their ancestors from whom they inherit little in the way of guiding principles that apply to today’s realities. Back to Morsi’s chart; two other things stand out, one of which is a Cardinal T-square, Moon/Jupiter in Aries opposite Neptune in Libra squared by Uranus in Cancer and the other is the Sun conjoined to Pluto. He may be more moderate than many Americans think and might be open to building a free country.
Food insecurity triggered the Arab Spring but what we are facing is far-reaching famine on a global scale, enduring real-life hunger games played out as factions fight for the right to grow food. There are too many people vying for too few resources and it leads us down a virtual dead-end of collapse of civilization. Combining climate calamities to the crumbling infrastructure, we’re witnessing the erosion of responsible stewardship of the world’s resources, resulting in a global system failure before 2080. Exponential population growth over the past hundred years is the major contributor to the increase that was fueled by oil, gas and other fossil fuels. Chemical companies created compounds that would fortify the soil, supplementing the nutrients lost to run-off or absorbed into the crops but the erosion of the soil continues unabated due to unsustainable farming practice that allow fields to lie fallow when they need to be re-nourished by a cash crop of multidimensional qualities; hemp. The insane subsidies would be a thing of the past if we revise our failing factory farming operations and split them off into profit-sharing collectives, which some organic farmers are already doing. In fact, they have far fewer bee shortages on organic farms and hemp grows everywhere organically, naturally, while improving the soil and its water retention.
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