New Hampshire stands out–but not alone.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the current state of affairs; The ongoing economic meltdown, the phantom FEMA Camps showing up on Fox News, everyone from Gordon Brown to Charlie Brown talking about a New World Order and just for few moments, I thought to myself, “To the victors go the spoils.”
What if that’s just how it plays out?
What if that’s the way of things and God is simply an impartial witness to another mutation in a vast sea of experiments in various stages of evolution? What if this is just how this timeline evolves, while another timeline is rapidly moving towards a golden age of enlightenment, all with the purpose of balancing out the multitude of outcomes, all for the sake of God learning about itself on any number of levels? Or what if this is just a rapidly evolving sim program and history is just remnant of data that hangs around in smaller and smaller bytes?
But it was just a moment and I decided not to settle on any one version of reality, save the one I’m living. So that said, I am very interested in what’s happening in New Hampshire right now.
It has been reported that anywhere from ten to twenty-five states are moving towards claiming their sovereignty with “The Live Free Or Die” state leading the way. I did some research on New Hampshire and what I found was fairly interesting.
New Hampshire was the first state to cede from England in January of 1776 and becomes an official state of the union on June, 21 1788. What’s fascinating about this date is that New Hampshire’s natal Sun, 0 degrees Cancer, a degree I share with my own natal Mars is in direct opposition with Pluto in Capricorn at present. This typifies what I have been charting with the natal US chart and it’s own, soon to be ramped up, opposition between it and the titanic, monolithic energy of Pluto in Capricorn, that wants to merge the government and business into one, plutocratic entity unto itself. It makes perfect sense that New Hampshire would be the most dynamic and face front proponent of sovereignty.
It’s worth noting that New Hampshire’s natal Pluto is at 17 degrees Aquarius and the sovereignty movement there really went public on around the 28th of February, when Mars was in Aquarius at 18 degrees. This might just be some sort of cosmic coincidence, but it could also represent a power switch that got flipped and lit up the locals awareness of where they came from and who they are. I have in-laws that live there and have spent a fair amount of time in New Hampshire.
They are immensely proud of their home and it’s legacy.
This feeling can be seen in New Hampshire’s Venus and Mars, both in Leo (not conjunct). The pride, the love, the feeling of authority and even autonomy is very present with those two planets radiating a solar glow into the feminine and masculine expressions of the state. New Hampshire also has Mercury, Jupiter and Uranus in Cancer, creating a stellium (three or more planets in one sign). The U.S. chart, as I have noted before, also has a stellium in Cancer and it’s those planets, Sun, Mercury, Venus and Jupiter that will feel the intensity of the polar opposition of Pluto in Capricorn.
New Hampshire’s Mercury is conjunct The US Mercury in Cancer (21/24) so in some ways, it is a voice of the nation, a clarion call that echoes the same qualities that The U.S. was founded on; “Life, Liberty and The Pursuit of Happiness.” If the original blueprint for the framers still existed in some holographic form, New Hampshire would be the most visible and holistically intact representation of it. I doubt if we’ll hear a lot about this in the mainstream media, but if it is important to you as it seems to be for a number of states, there’s plenty of places to track these fluctuations in the matrix online. Stay tuned.
I looked up The Sabian Symbol for New Hampshire’s 0 degree Cancer Sun and was blown away. The symbol is, On A Ship The Sailors Lower An Old Flag And Raise a New One. Here is what Lynda Hill writes about this symbol:
“This Symbol implies a time of dropping the old whilst adopting the new. To “Lower an Old Flag and Raise a New One” marks real turning points in ones life. Something is changing, possibly dramatic, and the transformation should be taken seriously. Something that was once useful and valuable in your life has ended and something brand new is beginning.
There needs to be a symbolic gesture or expression of the change of allegiance. It may be a good idea to run any new ideas up the “flagpole” to see if anyone salutes them. You’re likely to change countries, professions, realtionships or other significant parts of your life in very significant moments. Changing loyalties. Turning points in obligations or duties. Announcing new standards. Letting go of old allegiances and taking up new ones. Divorces, marriages, shifts. The caution: Quickly rejecting the old, just for the sake of change. Mutiny.”
I’d say that Elsie Wheeler and “The Live Free Or Die” state are pretty much on the same page here.