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JFK, Chiron And The Wound That Never Heals: America's Turning Point


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« on: May 25, 2009, 09:00:03 pm »








Jupiter-Saturn Echoes Linking 1961 and 2000



As we close for this time, consider the following. JFK was inaugurated just one month before a Jupiter-Saturn conjunction in February 1961 at 25+ Capricorn. The JFK Administration began in the "dark Moon, Balsamic Phase" of the Jupiter-Saturn cycle from 20 years before! Perhaps this had something to do with the disastrous end of the JFK presidency.

Now, in early 2000, we are in the dark Moon, Balsamic Phase of another Jupiter-Saturn cycle that began in July 1981 at 4+ Libra. The New Jupiter-Saturn union (May 28, 2000) occurs at 22+ Taurus--conjunct JFK's Mercury-Jupiter union in Taurus, in his 8th house of metamorphosis, death-rebirth and transformation. Will we solve the enigma of his life, death and meaning for America? Can we discover a miracle cure for the "wound that never heals," the psychic ailment that has thrown our country into a strange darkness of character and spirit since November 22, 1963? After all, it was following JFK's demise that America became entrenched in Vietnam, leading to another horrible wound in our national and planetary life. And it was following the death of JFK that Richard Nixon made his comeback, leading to more national division and the Watergate scandal. And in the 1990s we have all suffered through the shame and pains of the Clinton scandals.

President Kennedy, his family, presidency and spirit meant something extremely important to our nation--and in the last 37+ years, much of this has been lost, forgotten, steam-rolled over by an intoxicating lust for material riches and national fame.

Many may not remember that the poet Robert Frost spoke at President Kennedy's Inaugural address. Frail at that time, speaking during an extremely chilly day in Washington, D.C., Robert Frost, one of JFK's favorite poets, was able to touch the hearts of the nation, along with President Kennedy. This is the same Robert Frost who penned the immortal lines about "the road less traveled and that has made all the difference."

In the same way, the death of JFK pushed America onto a strange and dimly-lit road, perhaps because we don't know what really happened and we lost a President, First Family and a portion of our national Soul-Spirit that we may never recover. However, by remembering the past and trying to grapple with the events of JFK's life and death, we may move closer to solving America's turning point moment of the 20th century, so we can really move forward in the 21st century as a spirit-guided and heart-directed nation.

Copyright 2000-2002 by Mark Lerner.






*Note:

Special acknowledgement and appreciation is given to The New York Times for the ability to run a small portion of the front page from November 23, 1963 on the cover of this WTPE edition. We also give thanks to the unknown source who, many years ago, provided the old newspaper and photos, also utilized in the artistic production of our cover.



Mark Lerner is the publisher of

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PO Box 12007, Eugene OR 97440 or via e-mail at

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