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August market astrology and Gold update

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August 03, 2009 – Comments (19) | RELATED TICKERS: AUY , SLV , GDX

Gold

 Astrologically Gold is in the US natal 5th house of financial speculation and the stock market and ruled by Saturn, Leo and the Sun.  For the past 9 months gold has been stuck in a transiting Saturn oppose natal Saturn beginning Dec. 2008.  If gold were a person it would essentially have to find out who the other Saturn is and do whatever they say.  For those who watch the price of gold daily, as I do, we would probably label the other Saturn the bullion banks.  Well, the good news is Saturn oppose Saturn is coming to an end.  There will be one last peak of the Saturn opp. Saturn August 5 - 7, 2009.  Saturn will begin to move into the 2nd.  house of banking, the economy, money, the wealth of the nation.  One could assume that there will be one more attempt early in August to contain the price of gold but it will be short lived.  When Saturn moves into the 2nd house November 12th, 2009 the whole country will be forced into thinking differently about money. This is going to be a heavy depression in the economy and it will take 2 - 3 years to get through it.  Saturn is "the disciplinarian" and it will demand accountability in those areas of the 2nd. house.   I am not suggesting the stock market will crash, on the contrary, I believe the market will rally and at the same time we will see sharp inflation and more unemployment.  At the same time gold will also be free from the bullion bank bondage and assume it's rightful role as the real currency of the world.

Hold on to your hats and say "ADIOS FEDERAL RESERVE!"

After you read this you will understand why the above will happen in approximately 96 days.

The Fed. was incorporated Dec. 23, 1913.  No company in their right mind would pick that day because Pluto was a 0 degrees Cancer opposing the Sun at 1 degree Capricorn.  Planets at 0 or 1 degree have more impact that at any other number.  It is like a bomb hitting a target.  Capricorn is considered the most sociopathic sigh of the zodiac and can be associoated with the criminal mind.  Being born (incorporated) in Capricorn @ 1 degree means it feels absolutely justified and autonomous in whatever it wants to do.  It has no boundaries and wants to manipulate every aspect of the economy on the planet (Pluto oppose Sun).

Here's the kicker and why no company would choose Dec. 23, 1913.  In 2009 transition Pluto is going to swing right back around and conjoin it's natal Sun and oppose it's natal Pluto AND KILL IT!  At the same time Saturn is conjoining it's south node and squaring it's Venus meaning IT IS SCREWED!  Saturn is the disciplinarian and square it's Venus is like the jail warden taking the keys slamming the door shut and saying "no more traveling for you".  The 6th and final peak of transiting Pluto conjoin it's Sun and oppose it's natal Pluto is November 10 - 14, 2009.

Transiting Pluto just made the 5th peak last week right at the time China was here in meetings with the Fed.  China is pissed off! ( as are all the BRIC nations) and had hard questions to Bernanke et. al on their reckless monetary policy and QE.  China does not believe the Fed will be able to manage the debt.  It does not matter if they do plan A or B or XYZ for that matter the result will be the same.  Say adios to the Fed, own gold and silver and be the Bank of You ;-)

Peace,

kstar

19 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On August 03, 2009 at 1:56 PM, binve (< 20) wrote:

Thanks for the update kstar!!

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#2) On August 03, 2009 at 5:07 PM, chk999 (99.98) wrote:

At the same time gold will also be free from the bullion bank bondage and assume it's rightful role as the real currency of the world.

 One question. There isn't really that much gold in the world, how do we use it as currency? The total amount of gold mined according to Wikipedia is 158,000 tonnes. This is about 4.8 trillion dollars are the current price. But the total value of stuff in the world is between 1 and 2 quadrillion dollars (1,000 - 2,000 trillion dollars). How do we deal with the difference? For every dollars worth of gold, there are between 250 and 500 dollars worth of assets. If we reprice everything we have amazing deflation and basically every contract cannot be fulfilled. This sounds like a bad idea to me. How do you plan to get around it?

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#3) On August 03, 2009 at 9:18 PM, JibJabs (94.32) wrote:

Thanks chk999. You just convinced me to buy gold.

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#4) On August 03, 2009 at 9:41 PM, NOTvuffett (< 20) wrote:

Money is merely a medium of exchange, there doesn't have to be 1 dollar in existance for every asset that is worth a dollar.  If we used a dollar that was based on a sought after commodity like gold, we would at least be protected against the worst of inflationary pressures.  What do we have now? Paper backed by promises.

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#5) On August 03, 2009 at 9:43 PM, kstarich (30.62) wrote:

chk999

Keep an eye on Africa.  That is were the gold is going to come from.

http://www.chairmanking.com/firstrand-bank-china-construction-bank-ccb-form-partnership-win-african-investments-20090731/

Also, I have a close friend who is a consultant for a mining company and I have asked her that very question.  Her reply was (in a very serious tone) "there is so much gold out there you would not believe it"  Just for kicks one day recently I asked her if the price of gold ever comes up and she says "Karen, it is not a concern"  translate to "because it is going way up!"

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#6) On August 03, 2009 at 11:33 PM, Harold71 (22.68) wrote:

I'm a bit suprised (and impressed?) that people are open-minded enough to consider your analysis.  You seem to get above-average rec numbers.

I've been examining various financial transits since late Oct. 2007...mainly pluto in capricorn and pluto opposing the US natal venus in cancer. I personally believe that opposition will send the US dollar into a tailspin, with Venus representing the money of the nation.

I've also considered the pluto transit to the Fed...  It's interesting, not 100% sure it will "die."  But at the very least pluto will transform it.

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#7) On August 03, 2009 at 11:48 PM, TDUBFISH313 (40.19) wrote:

There is talk that China may buy the 400 tonnes that the IMF is trying sell. A simple way for them to dump their US dollars.

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#8) On August 04, 2009 at 8:08 AM, NYCFOOLIO (< 20) wrote:

Hi Kstar,

What is astrology saying in terms good time to get in gold and silver? Lets say i dont feel comfortable going to coin shop or elsewhere to purchase physical gold and silver; and instead wanted to invest thru brokerage account by purchasing perhaps SLW, CEF, AUY, etc...

and I have been reading that the gold bull market will run for 4 yrs or so...any comments on this from astrology pt of view?

Thanks. Good Luck.

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#9) On August 04, 2009 at 8:16 AM, NYCFOOLIO (< 20) wrote:

btw - "and I have been reading that the gold bull market will run for 4 yrs or so..."

 this is from reading Puru Saxena and Steve Saville...thanks

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#10) On August 04, 2009 at 9:10 AM, kstarich (30.62) wrote:

NYC

I would make an effort to obtain gold coins and silver before the end of August.  There will most likely be another bullion bank push down this week and next as I mention above.  It may be possibility down the road where it is harder to buy physical metal once the price rolls faster.  Even dealers may start to hold onto it.  Inflation will pick up and dollar will most likely cascade lower in November.

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#11) On August 04, 2009 at 9:18 AM, kstarich (30.62) wrote:

On a side note to this post I would like to add that these transits are not like simple everyday events as if you were to check your daily horoscope.

The transits I write about are in some cases once in every 240 year type of events.

In the case of the Fed chart pluto does make it's pass every 29 years however never in the history of the Fed. has pluto hit it's chart so hard.  The Fed. could be reduced to a regulatory agency with it's powers to make policy stripped.

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#12) On August 05, 2009 at 3:37 PM, NYCFOOLIO (< 20) wrote:

Thanks Kstar...as much as I would like to; I just dont feel comfortable purchasing and holding and storing physical; and by "not comfortable"; i mean i havent done that before...

i understand I would be losing out on more potential gains as opposed to any gains someone would possibly realize by investing in SLW, AUY, CEF, etc...

but my main question is that what does your analysis say regarding good time to get in gold/silver? and what does analysis say about gold/silver outlook for next 2-3-4 yrs?....thanks...just trying to compare everyones analysis...thanks again

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#13) On August 05, 2009 at 6:43 PM, Mary953 (66.50) wrote:

NYC, I am not in here asking the questions, but I am following along with the Q&A carefully because you are asking all of the things that I would be asking.  And Kstar, thanks for the answers. 

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#14) On August 06, 2009 at 12:17 AM, kstarich (30.62) wrote:

NYC and Mary

 I cannot say what would be best for both of you in terms of buying coins or miners.  I plan to do both.  I am also waiting for another entry into copper (PCU).

There is something else, and I may need to do a seperate blog on the topic.  I am very concerned about the event to follow the solar eclipse that just occurred July 21,22 across India and China.  

The eclipse in Cancer, in the US chart, has to do with the security of the people, all things domestic, and money.  It will involve those 2 nations because that's where the eclipse crossed.  The event to follow can happen weeks after the actual eclipse.

I have been meditating on this wondering "are we going to be hit with a missle?'  It came to me today as a realization that the event most likely will be the complete collapse of the dollar which indeed will be a missle of another sort.  China currently holds approx. 1400 billion in T bills and USD.  They are actively unloading and want to do so at the most advantageous time ie. while the dollar is still high.  That window is closing fast.  I believe their intent is to exit at all costs and that may be a very sudden fast event if it doesn't look like the dollar will hold. This could end up being the biggest short in history and will make George Soros look like a chump.

 The eclipse is a Sun mandate and will force the nation to focus on one thing, yet to be revealed.  I should also mention that the action of the eclipse conjoining the US Uranus also creates a vulneralbility in the area of technology and the internet.  There could be an attack on our ability to use our aquarian age technology.  This is on top of all those other transits I just wrote about.  Amazing!

http://www.leap2020.eu/when-china-prepares-its-great-escape-from-the-dollar-trap-for-the-end-of-summer-2009_a3582.html

It is my wish for everyone to be safe and on the sidelines when the train wreck happens.

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#15) On August 06, 2009 at 9:48 AM, NYCFOOLIO (< 20) wrote:

wow...thanks Kstar...

1. i know I have been rambling - but my main question was what does your analysis say in terms of outlook for gold and silver in general for rest of the year and beyond; and when would be a good time to enter/invest?

2. About China and India - i have exposure to both with PRASX; but a lot more to India through EPI and IFN...your post above - all I can say is WOW...

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#16) On August 06, 2009 at 11:10 AM, kstarich (30.62) wrote:

NYC

This is my opinion - By the end of Summer Gold will make a new high.  After that there could be a lot of shorting at which time it will probably go higher and then the short covering could make it move up faster.  I have heard speculation that the number is $1600 by year end.  There could be a correction along the way however I think gold will continue to rise for 2 to 3 years.  If I didn't own it already I would definetely own it by the end of August.  And don't forget about silver too.

You can go to www.kitco.com for charts and other relevant news.

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#17) On August 06, 2009 at 11:16 AM, NYCFOOLIO (< 20) wrote:

thanks Kstar...sorry to be annoying - not my intention I promise...like I said; doing my best to gather thoughts from different folks around here...thanks again...

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#18) On August 20, 2009 at 5:05 AM, GoodVibe4Ever (< 20) wrote:

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#19) On September 06, 2009 at 4:27 PM, kstarich (30.62) wrote:

The first stop for gold is 1250 then on to 1600.

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