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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370

Malaysia Arlines MH370As I write this post, the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 continues.

The flight departed from Kuala Lumpur March 8 at 00:41 local time and was scheduled to land in Beijing at 06:30 local time. The aircraft was carrying 12 crew and 227 passengers. When the last contact was made 2 hours after takeoff the plane had enough fuel for 8 more hours of flight. We have heard and seen nothing more of this flight since then. While there has been much speculation as to where the plane may be, the search is currently focussed on the southern Indian Ocean. A mysterious object has been located via satellite but it can’t be identified until someone physically goes there to see what it is.

Malaysia Arlines MH370 chartLooking at the chart set for the time of departure we can see that the ascendant ruler, Jupiter, is in the 8th house and the lord of the 8th, the Moon, is opposite the ascendant. Both Jupiter, ruler of long distance travel, and the Moon (the people) are significators of the flight. While Jupiter is exalted, implying the aircraft is robust, it is in the 8th house of death square Uranus (the unexpected) and opposite Pluto (death and destruction), indicating sudden change, unexpected disruption and likely destruction of the aircraft. The Moon in Gemini, opposite the ascendant, is peregrine and in the sign of Jupiter’s detriment — the people are in poor shape. Neptune, the planet of mystery, confusion and the ocean, is on the IC squaring the ascendant and the Moon, so we may never know what happened, if indeed we find any remnants, in the mysterious disappearance of flight MH370.

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Hi. My name is Nikki and I am an astrologer currently working in Melbourne, Australia. On my astrology blog I share what I know to bring you closer to understanding how astrology can be of help to you.

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