In the previous post I discussed geodetic equivalence charts which were popularized by Sepharial in his 1925 text on the subject. Much of the evidence he cites to justify the technique has to do with volcanic eruptions, so when Mount Nyiragongo erupted at about 17:00 GMT on 22 May 2021, I decided to look at the geodetic chart for the event.
The basic assumption of geodetic equivalence is that the longitude of the Greenwich Meridian, which humanity uses to standardize time zones around the world, is symbolically equivalent to 0 degrees Aries and that all locations on Earth can be assigned as geodetic equivalents of longitude. The word “geodetic” refers to the science of geodesy which attempts to accurately measure and understand the Earth’s geometric shape, orientation in space, and gravity field. The map below by Linda Johnson of the School of Evolutionary Astrology illustrates the concept of geodetically equivalent meridians of longitude around the globe:
The coordinates of the volcanic lava lake are 01s31’09”, 29e15’15”. The meridian passing through the volcano has a geodetic equivalent longitude of about 01Taurus24′.
Here is the geodetic equivalence chart for the eruption of the volcano at the site of its lava lake. Note the extreme angularity of the longitude of the planet Pluto, within 1 minute of arc from the 7th cusp. In mundane astrology Pluto has come to symbolize violent dramatic events related to tremendously powerful forces.