Nodus II

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Nodus II


۞ Nodus II (AKA Nodus Secundus) is a deep yellow star marking the 2nd of the four Knots, or convolutions, in the figure of the Dragon.

۞ Nodus II is the “Lucky Star of Discoveries” and the “Lucky Star of Revolutionaries”.

۞ Nodus II heralds social change by means of armed uprising or discoveries and technological development. Nodus II also has to do with “Opium for the Masses”, that is collective dreams, illusion of the masses, faulse hopes and ideologies.

۞ Ancient astrologers wrote that when a comet was on Nodus II, “poison was scattered over the world”. [Vivian Erwood Robson]

۞ Historic Events under the influence of Nodus II:

۞ April 21st 1836, Nodus II conjunct Pluto: An army of Texans led by Sam Houston defeated the Mexicans at San Jacinto, assuring Texas independence.

۞ January 6th 1838, Nodus II conjunct Pluto: The telegraph was demonstrated for the first time in public at the Speedwell Iron Works in Morristown, New Jersey on this day by Samuel F.B. Morse.

۞ January 24th, 1848, Nodus II conjunct Uranus: James W. Marshall discovered a gold nugget at Sutter’s Mill in northern California, a discovery that led to the gold rush of 1849.

۞ February 26th 1848, Nodus II conjunct Uranus: the Second French Republic was proclaimed.

۞ December 26 1893, Nodus II conjunct North Node: Mao Tse-Tung born.

۞ November 13 2015 at 9:20 p.m., Nodus II conjunct retrograde Uranus: Jihadist Terror Attack in Paris.

۞ According to Ptolemy Nodus II is of the nature of Saturn and Mars.

۞ Position of Fixed Star Nodus II in the year 5760 (2000 C.E.): 17°10′ Aries.

۞ Eudialyte is the Birthstone of 17°-18° Aries and the 17th of Nissan.