A Dramatic Ten Days
Ed Kluska’s Astrology Newsletter
My July 15 newsletter (Another Warning) focused on two stressful aspects in effect the past ten days and ending today.
Sun and Mars in Cancer square Uranus in Aries are highly charged aspects which can make everyone feel a bit edgy. They create more surprises, turbulence, and highly charged situations than normal. They also increase the possibilities for outbursts, rage, strife, assaults, attacks, accidents, injuries, violence, earthquakes, damaging storms, and extreme weather.
These days, it seems dramatic events occur all the time. Some of the top news items from the past ten days are listed below. Fortunately, there were no major calamities, but these headlines do relate to the surprises and volatility Sun Mars Uranus aspects typically create.
~ Senate GOP bid to repeal ObamaCare with no replacement collapses almost instantly on Tuesday. The opposition effectively killed the repeal effort, advocated by President Trump who responded by saying his plan now will be "to let ObamaCare fail." "I can tell you the Republicans are not going to own it," he said. "We'll let ObamaCare fail, and then the Democrats are going to come to us."
~ Capitol Police arrest 155 protesters staging sit-ins outside Senate offices and shouting opposition to Republican efforts to repeal and replace ObamaCare. As many as 300 people were trying to spread the protest to the offices of all 52 Republican senators.
~ A grim Chicago weekend leaves eleven killed and forty-six wounded as another ugly spasm of gun violence beset the nation’s third-largest city. Among the 57 shooting victims recorded between Friday and Monday morning were a 10-year-old boy and a 58-year-old community activist. The city is on pace to surpass the 762 murders it tallied last year.
~ Israel reopens Holy Site after a deadly assault that raised concerns about wider unrest. Three Arab citizens of Israel opened fire from the sacred site with automatic weapons, killing two police officers. The attackers were shot dead inside.
~ Arizona flash flooding killed eight when a severe thunderstorm pounded a nearby remote area that had been burned over by a recent wildfire.
~ An eighth participant in Trump Jr. meeting was identified as Mueller investigates the meeting in the inquiry into Russia's election meddling and possible collusion by Trump associates.
~ Trump Jr., Manafort, and Kushner are scheduled to testify before Senate committees next Wednesday when they attended a meeting in June 2016 with a Kremlin-linked attorney who offered to provide harmful information on Hillary Clinton
~ Special Counsel Robert Mueller will investigate President Trump's business transactions as part of his probe into Russia's election interference.
~ Trump in a jaw-dropping interview warned Robert Mueller’s investigating his family's finances outside of Russia. Trump lawyers look for conflicts of interest to discredit Mueller by investigating the backgrounds of aides hired by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
~ Trump told The New York Times he would not have nominated Attorney General Jeff Sessions if he had known Sessions would recuse himself from running the investigation into Russia's election meddling.
~ Hundreds abused in German Catholic choir. At least 547 boys in the Domspatzen choir in Regensburg, Germany, were physically or sexually abused between 1945 and 1992, according to a report released Tuesday.
~ Two killed when a magnitude 6.7 earthquake hits Greek island, a popular tourist destinations in Greece and Turkey. Tourists and locals ran into the streets as the temblor shook the island.
~ Senator John McCain diagnosed with an aggressive brain cancer, known as a glioblastoma, after a blood clot was removed from behind his left eye.
~ FTC investigates an allegation that Amazon misleads customers about pricing discounts. The advocacy group Consumer Watchdog said Amazon overstated list prices on many discounted items reviewed in June, falsely inflating the discounts it was offering on the products.
~ O.J. Simpson granted parole. The Nevada Parole Board granted early release to former football star and actor after he served more than eight years in prison for a 2008 armed robbery.
~ White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer suddenly resigns after telling President Trump he "vehemently disagreed with the appointment" of Anthony Scaramucci as communications director.
~ A two-year ordeal ended for now when the trial of a white campus police officer for shooting a black motorist here in Cincinnati ended in a second mistrial leaving both sides of a racially charged situation bitterly divided.
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