Inauguration day of January 20 is this Friday. The original date for the inauguration was the first week of March. The founding fathers, many of whom were Masons and very savvy astrologically picked that date so that the inauguration date would form a trine to the Scorpio Sun on Election Day in Nov and the Cancer Sun of the birthday of the United States on July 4. This is harmonious water trine. This remained unchanged until 1933 when they moved it to January. I think we should put it back. Those ole guys knew what they were doing.
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When I first moved to Washington, DC, I was struck by how many zodiacs and other astrological symbols were on or in the Federal and other buildings and monuments. I especially loved the Library of Congress with the astrological motifs on a clock, on the ceiling and on a splendid marble floor in the great hall.
On August 10, 1791, the three fixed stars Arcturus, Regulus and Spica rose at sunset, forming a celestial triangle, and the city’s Federal Triangle, consisting of the Washington Monument, White House and Capitol building, were aligned with these three main stars of the constellation Virgo. Why fixed stars? They appeared to be permanent, therefore suggesting stability and spiritual benevolence, desirable traits when constructing a powerful institutional setting. David Ovason, author of The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital: The Masons and the Building of Washington, D.C. writes that “A sunset leading to the rise of three stars is rare… And a city’s alignment with it is unique.”
The designers’ choice to link Virgo with the capital indicates that they may have had a mystical intention to establish balance between the masculine and feminine. Ovason cites that there are 1,000 images in DC of a beautiful woman holding a sheaf of grain, the symbol for Virgo, appearing on the nation’s architectural decorations. This woman, the virgin, is the only female character in the entire zodiac. Therefore, the most feminine archetypal energy offering healing, purity and wisdom is permanently linked with what appears to be a highly masculine world.
Astrological charts cast for the laying of important building marker stones involve Virgo in a significant way, and point to the sure knowledge of planetary movement. Jupiter was ascending in Virgo when the city’s first marker stone was laid on April 15, 1791. On October 13, 1792, the marker stone for the White House was laid with the Moon ascending in Virgo. The Capitol was founded with Mercury conjunct the Sun in Virgo on September 18, 1793, and the cornerstone for the Washington Monument was laid when the Moon was in Virgo.
There are 23 zodiacs in public government buildings in Washington, D.C. and many more on monuments and room interiors. The National Academy of Science has a wonderful statue of Albert Einstein overlooking a granite horoscope of the actual chart for the statue’s dedication ceremony on April 22, 1979. The Academy building also has twelve bronze stylized zodiacal characters on the south entrance hall door.
The Federal Reserve Board building has a beautiful 1937 Steuben glass ceiling lamp depicting the zodiac, including a version of Virgo as the Virgin Mary.
President Garfield’s memorial statue has both astrological signs and planets on the pedestal. The Mellon Memorial fountain’s rim is decorated with all twelve signs, and the Dirksen Senate office building’s interior features zodiacal characters.
The first astrological reference in the capital was the Car of History, sculpted in 1819 for the Statuary Hall. Images of Sagittarius, Capricorn and Aquarius appear on the front of the winged chariot.
The connection between Washington, D.C. and astrology doesn’t end with the capital’s buildings. Astrological timing determined the original choice for the presidential inauguration date. The founding fathers, many of whom were Masons and therefore astrologically savvy, chose the first week of March for the inauguration because on that day the Sun, in the sign of Pisces, created a trine (favorable 120 degree angle) to the Scorpio Sun on Election Day in November and most importantly, the Cancer Sun of the birthday of the United States on July 4. Each of these is a water sign, and the intention of the founding fathers was to establish a beneficial grand water trine to ensure harmonious adjustment. The March date remained unchanged until the adoption of the Twentieth Amendment in 1933 moved it to January.
Ovason concludes that two centuries ago, designers George Washington, L’Enfant and Ellicot sought to align the city, and therefore the nation, with the stars, knowing that the power of the combination of the celestial and earthly would affect its destiny. He writes, “A city that is laid out in such a way that it is in harmony with the heavens is a city in perpetual prayer. It is a city built on the recognition that every human activity is in need of the sanctification of the spiritual world, of which the symbol is the light of the living stars.”
Ovason states that the Freemasons have always claimed that their esoteric tradition and symbols go back in an uninterrupted line to the secret schools of ancient Egypt. The Free Masons intended to transfer the power that was ancient Egypt to the new world capital by having Virgo/Isis images throughout the city and by dedicating the Government buildings to Virgo/Isis by having her sign prominent in the sky.
The back of the dollar bill has the pyramid with the eye of Horus over it.
And the words, "The great series of ages begins anew." (Novus ordo Seclorus)
and Annuit Coeptis, May Jupiter favor my daring undertaking.