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I just checked the btc chart and yes, those numbers are correct. What is even more interesting though, is that Pluto is at 13°34' on the 15th. BTC's Sun is at 13°30', so essentially this Grand Cross is sitting on (just after) Bitcoins Sun.  Shocked

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Yes, it's funny how tied into this grand cross BTC's chart is. Makes me wonder if we'll some major financial developments around that time; a few recent events are similar to the crash of 2008 (copper falling rapidly, shipping prices falling rapidly, gold going up), so perhaps we'll get a Lehman redux. I wonder how/if the people of the world will react if we start chucking trillions of freshly created dollars to private banks, again.

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I just checked the btc chart and yes, those numbers are correct. What is even more interesting though, is that Pluto is at 13°34' on the 15th. BTC's Sun is at 13°30', so essentially this Grand Cross is sitting on (just after) Bitcoins Sun.  Shocked

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Yes, it's funny how tied into this grand cross BTC's chart is. Makes me wonder if we'll some major financial developments around that time; a few recent events are similar to the crash of 2008 (copper falling rapidly, shipping prices falling rapidly, gold going up), so perhaps we'll get a Lehman redux. I wonder how/if the people of the world will react if we start chucking trillions of freshly created dollars to private banks, again.


Things in the Bitcoin space are seeming to explode this year. The writing is all over the place. Just look at last year, you heard of the occasional investment into the BTC space but this year, 20 million to a Chinese exchange and the millions are pouring in all over the place. There is an exchange opening in NY and in other states in America. Overstock.com did 1 million of btc business in 2 months and is estimating 10 million I believe, by years end. Amazon and NewEgg, not to mention Ebay, are right around the corner. It is getting to the point that accepting bitcoin will be cool.

We are on the precipice of an explosion guys (not necessariyl price, but that probably follows), and I wonder how many see it. It is like we are going from just discovered to known. This year will move from the early adopters to mainstream.

Regarding the Grand Cross, again, it is an interesting one. Uranus and Pluto are slow transits and tough ones most of the time. But Pluto is not a first pass, a lot has been worked off. And Mars and Jupiter are involved, just adding strength/energy/benevolence to bitcoin. Even if an adjustment in price comes (Say down to $400 as some are saying is possible, if we don't hold here) I think we shoot over $1000 and don't look back (within a few months of bottoming). I'm not meaning this to be about price, but price will be an easy indicator of adoption and "success".

In 3 days, starting March 20th, the Sun will once again move through Aries in Bitcoins chart. Last year that transit coincided with a meteoric rise (to 266, from the mid double digits). Bitcoins rising sign is Leo, the Sun for bitcoin is KEY. A new fire sign, an aggressive one, is approaching, and yes, during a grand cross where it's planet (Mars) is involved (and in Libra - cooperation). And Jupiter is giving its "expansion" as well.

I don't know what to expect, an explosion up? A drop down to 400, then an explosion up? Something is UP though...
Get ready for some fireworks. Would be perfect timing for some Amazon, Ebay, or New Egg news, no?  Grin

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In 3 days, starting March 20th, the Sun will once again move through Aries in Bitcoins chart. Last year that transit coincided with a meteoric rise (to 266, from the mid double digits). Bitcoins rising sign is Leo, the Sun for bitcoin is KEY. A new fire sign, an aggressive one, is approaching, and yes, during a grand cross where it's planet (Mars) is involved (and in Libra - cooperation). And Jupiter is giving its "expansion" as well.

I don't know what to expect, an explosion up? A drop down to 400, then an explosion up? Something is UP though...
Get ready for some fireworks. Would be perfect timing for some Amazon, Ebay, or New Egg news, no?  Grin

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Interesting analysis!

When this occurred last year, did this kick off the start to triple digits or did the price rise precede this event?


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March 18, 2014, 06:57:03 AM
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I used to discard astrology as complete bullshit (maybe because I have no idea what this science is based on and how it was established).
But out of curiosity I decided to do a simple experiment: have an astrologer do what astrologers do and have everything written down, without any knowledge of it, only to read it decades later.

I haven't read it yet, but my views on astrology have changed nonetheless.
The reason for this is that this sneaky astrologer first told me about my past!
He didn't make a single mistake and got a few things with great precision. I even tried to mislead him by telling him he was wrong on some things (like my number of brothers and sisters) but the guy wouldn't capitulate and gave me reasons why I might be wrong. I was much impressed.

I still have the paper, but like bitcoins, I'm holding, not cashing out!

Anyway, I'd encourage everyone skeptical to do the same, and have their past analysed.


On another subject, and I'd like answers from the astrologers out there:
He based all his calculations on my birth date and only my birth date (and maybe my sex, 'cause it's easy to guess...).
From just that, he was able to tell me how many brothers and sisters I had, when I lost my virginity (down to the year) and also a truly major and significant event in my life (even though, for this one, it could be just me seeing things the way I want to see them).
My question is, with the advance of big data, hasn't astrology been completely debunked yet ?
Because really, you can't expect everyone born the same day to have the same number of brothers and sisters (or even find a high correlation coefficient).


I really have to do more research in this field...
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March 18, 2014, 07:23:16 AM
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I used to discard astrology as complete bullshit (maybe because I have no idea what this science is based on and how it was established).
But out of curiosity I decided to do a simple experiment: have an astrologer do what astrologers do and have everything written down, without any knowledge of it, only to read it decades later.

I haven't read it yet, but my views on astrology have changed nonetheless.
The reason for this is that this sneaky astrologer first told me about my past!
He didn't make a single mistake and got a few things with great precision. I even tried to mislead him by telling him he was wrong on some things (like my number of brothers and sisters) but the guy wouldn't capitulate and gave me reasons why I might be wrong. I was much impressed.

I still have the paper, but like bitcoins, I'm holding, not cashing out!

Anyway, I'd encourage everyone skeptical to do the same, and have their past analysed.

Same exact experience, my friend. Changed my life for the better since. Also, look into neutrinos. I'll be abstract since astrology is abstract as all hell, but neutrinos theoretically travel at slightly less than the speed of light because they carry a certain amount of mass, yet are still small enough to pass through the space between atoms. So light from the sun can be seen as "breath from the stars" and can conceivably affect us at a basal level, possibly crystalizing part of our nature (DNA) at the moment of our birth or sometime at or after conception. Also, if subscribing to an As Above, So Below type of viewpoint, abstracting into the fractalized deterministic nature of the Universe can conceivably explain why movements that happen in the stars might reflect what happens here.

http://www.humandesignnw.com/neutrinos.htm

Look into human design as well...wrote this on another forum:
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So the Universe is probably perfect (maybe not as perceivable now but it was, is, and will be) Smiley
According to his Definitive Book of Human Design: The Science of Differentiation, the “First Prediction” by Ra Uru Hu in 1987 is that neutrinos were capable of leaving an imprint, meaning neutrinos have an infinitesimally small measure of mass i.e. they carry can data from the stars. Apparently scientists proved in 1998 that this was true. They theorized before that neutrinos were just pure energy.

So as these subatomic neutrinos pass through matter, at some level we are affected by this information field. How we are affected i.e. how our epigenetic info, cells, bodies, personalities and experiences differentiate depends on the timing and location of these neutrinos. Makes sense if we subscribe to a deterministic view of the world i.e. every cause is an effect in and of itself; every vibration is connected in this string world. Thus a tentative physical basis for the field of astrology.


http://www.amazon.com/Human-Design-Definitive-Science-Differentiation/dp/0615552145/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1391996744&sr=8-1&keywords=human+design
The first few pages of this book, pages 18-24 readable by previewing and going to “First Pages” explains this a tad bit more eloquently. Super cool synthesis of 4 ancient esoterical systems (Western astrology, I-ching, Hindu-Brahmin Chakra, and the Zohar/Kabbalist Tree of Life) with the modern sciences of neuroscience, genetics, quantum physics, and cosmology.

The 6 lines per hexagram of the 64 hexagrams of I-Ching is eerily reminiscent of the structure of our DNA. We have three nucleotides  or letters (either adenine, guanine, thymine, cytosine) that make up a codon in DNA. When in double-helical form, each codon bonds with its anticodon and you have six nucleotides. So with every amino acid, you have 6 "bits" of genetic information that go into it. There are 64 possible amino acid combinations because there are 4 different base pairs (A-T, T-A, G-C, and C-G) and a codon is made up of any triple combination of these four (4^3).

Very peculiarly, HD offers some theorization on human evolution. The Cro-Magnons were apparently 5 Chakra centered beings, Homo sapiens until 1781 were 7, and we are now 9, Homo sapiens in transitus, who unlike the 7-centered beings, now have centers for awareness and finding communion through such.

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March 18, 2014, 02:04:30 PM
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Many great posts here above, I have had no time to comment on what's going on Astro wise recently, powerful stuff for sure atm and coming up with the grand cross, equinox and eclipses.


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March 18, 2014, 03:30:17 PM
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On another subject, and I'd like answers from the astrologers out there:
He based all his calculations on my birth date and only my birth date (and maybe my sex, 'cause it's easy to guess...).
From just that, he was able to tell me how many brothers and sisters I had, when I lost my virginity (down to the year) and also a truly major and significant event in my life (even though, for this one, it could be just me seeing things the way I want to see them).
My question is, with the advance of big data, hasn't astrology been completely debunked yet ?
Because really, you can't expect everyone born the same day to have the same number of brothers and sisters (or even find a high correlation coefficient).

Read a few pages back in this thread, we had a discussion noting what scientific evidence there is. And note that the one man who did do a PhD in this (Gauquelin) committed suicide after the university he studied at threw out his work, despite the fact that others repeated it. It is still a very unpopular subject today because when you notice that astrology works  (and I'd point you to the fact that Arch Crawford, a financial astrologer, has won the market timer award more than almost anyone else), you start to question the materialist notions that are so key to convincing humans that they are meat computers, rather than spiritual beings. It's much easier to control someone who believes that they are a meat computer, than someone who believes that they might be a fractal shard of something infinite. Very similar to Leary's comments about judging a society on the drugs it criminalises and those that are legal to me - anything that opens the mind is illegal.
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http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/01/24/dung-beetles-navigate-via-the-milky-way-an-animal-kingdom-first/

http://ac.els-cdn.com/S0960982212015072/1-s2.0-S0960982212015072-main.pdf?_tid=7bddfd42-aeb4-11e3-8739-00000aab0f01&acdnat=1395157774_426a3c7f98f0f53b0997d9a17caa4ab7

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I used to discard astrology as complete bullshit (maybe because I have no idea what this science is based on and how it was established).
But out of curiosity I decided to do a simple experiment: have an astrologer do what astrologers do and have everything written down, without any knowledge of it, only to read it decades later.

I haven't read it yet, but my views on astrology have changed nonetheless.
The reason for this is that this sneaky astrologer first told me about my past!
He didn't make a single mistake and got a few things with great precision. I even tried to mislead him by telling him he was wrong on some things (like my number of brothers and sisters) but the guy wouldn't capitulate and gave me reasons why I might be wrong. I was much impressed.

I still have the paper, but like bitcoins, I'm holding, not cashing out!

Anyway, I'd encourage everyone skeptical to do the same, and have their past analysed.

Same exact experience, my friend. Changed my life for the better since. Also, look into neutrinos. I'll be abstract since astrology is abstract as all hell, but neutrinos theoretically travel at slightly less than the speed of light because they carry a certain amount of mass, yet are still small enough to pass through the space between atoms. So light from the sun can be seen as "breath from the stars" and can conceivably affect us at a basal level, possibly crystalizing part of our nature (DNA) at the moment of our birth or sometime at or after conception. Also, if subscribing to an As Above, So Below type of viewpoint, abstracting into the fractalized deterministic nature of the Universe can conceivably explain why movements that happen in the stars might reflect what happens here.

http://www.humandesignnw.com/neutrinos.htm

Look into human design as well...wrote this on another forum:
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So the Universe is probably perfect (maybe not as perceivable now but it was, is, and will be) Smiley
According to his Definitive Book of Human Design: The Science of Differentiation, the “First Prediction” by Ra Uru Hu in 1987 is that neutrinos were capable of leaving an imprint, meaning neutrinos have an infinitesimally small measure of mass i.e. they carry can data from the stars. Apparently scientists proved in 1998 that this was true. They theorized before that neutrinos were just pure energy.

So as these subatomic neutrinos pass through matter, at some level we are affected by this information field. How we are affected i.e. how our epigenetic info, cells, bodies, personalities and experiences differentiate depends on the timing and location of these neutrinos. Makes sense if we subscribe to a deterministic view of the world i.e. every cause is an effect in and of itself; every vibration is connected in this string world. Thus a tentative physical basis for the field of astrology.


http://www.amazon.com/Human-Design-Definitive-Science-Differentiation/dp/0615552145/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1391996744&sr=8-1&keywords=human+design
The first few pages of this book, pages 18-24 readable by previewing and going to “First Pages” explains this a tad bit more eloquently. Super cool synthesis of 4 ancient esoterical systems (Western astrology, I-ching, Hindu-Brahmin Chakra, and the Zohar/Kabbalist Tree of Life) with the modern sciences of neuroscience, genetics, quantum physics, and cosmology.

The 6 lines per hexagram of the 64 hexagrams of I-Ching is eerily reminiscent of the structure of our DNA. We have three nucleotides  or letters (either adenine, guanine, thymine, cytosine) that make up a codon in DNA. When in double-helical form, each codon bonds with its anticodon and you have six nucleotides. So with every amino acid, you have 6 "bits" of genetic information that go into it. There are 64 possible amino acid combinations because there are 4 different base pairs (A-T, T-A, G-C, and C-G) and a codon is made up of any triple combination of these four (4^3).

Very peculiarly, HD offers some theorization on human evolution. The Cro-Magnons were apparently 5 Chakra centered beings, Homo sapiens until 1781 were 7, and we are now 9, Homo sapiens in transitus, who unlike the 7-centered beings, now have centers for awareness and finding communion through such.

The neutrinos theory makes sense, after all, we are nothing more that computers (or quantum computers) so like our current PCs, bits can get flipped by solar flares and stuff. No doubt that our much more complex bodies can be influenced in much more radical ways. I love reading about this kind of things but there is just too much information, too many theories, and one can get lost into it.
In the second part of your answer, when you start talking about numbers of Chakras, that's when I start thinking that you lost yourself in the information age, unable to filter all the misinformation that floats around.
Of course this is just my uneducated opinion on "fringe science" and I remain very open to it, curious and eager to learn more about it. I won't forget to check your links later today.
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Seems like I'm not the only astrologer looking at mid-April being potentially rather memorable (this is even in the lamestream media):

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I'm not really into these kind of predictions. But if this comes true it would be good for this guy : http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-03-18/vix-trader-pays-8-million-on-bet-gauge-will-increase-60-by-may.html.
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On another subject, and I'd like answers from the astrologers out there:
He based all his calculations on my birth date and only my birth date (and maybe my sex, 'cause it's easy to guess...).
From just that, he was able to tell me how many brothers and sisters I had, when I lost my virginity (down to the year) and also a truly major and significant event in my life (even though, for this one, it could be just me seeing things the way I want to see them).
My question is, with the advance of big data, hasn't astrology been completely debunked yet ?
Because really, you can't expect everyone born the same day to have the same number of brothers and sisters (or even find a high correlation coefficient).

Read a few pages back in this thread, we had a discussion noting what scientific evidence there is. And note that the one man who did do a PhD in this (Gauquelin) committed suicide after the university he studied at threw out his work, despite the fact that others repeated it. It is still a very unpopular subject today because when you notice that astrology works  (and I'd point you to the fact that Arch Crawford, a financial astrologer, has won the market timer award more than almost anyone else), you start to question the materialist notions that are so key to convincing humans that they are meat computers, rather than spiritual beings. It's much easier to control someone who believes that they are a meat computer, than someone who believes that they might be a fractal shard of something infinite. Very similar to Leary's comments about judging a society on the drugs it criminalises and those that are legal to me - anything that opens the mind is illegal.

I definitely intend to run some experiences myself because I feel such subjects I must explore on my own.
I have too hard a time trusting people which I still see as "illuminated" in a pejorative way (which doesn't mean I do not respect them, quite the contrary).

I feel for Mr Gauquelin, who must have been distressed by the impermeability and close-mindedness of his comrades.
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LOL, I'm sure there's some deep cosmic wisdom in there.

Other interesting research - your psychic abilities (and go scroogle either Dean Radin or Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research for actual research into that) depend on your orientation to the galactic centre.
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The artwork is so right.  I'm lovin' it.

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It's much easier to control someone who believes that they are a meat computer, than someone who believes that they might be a fractal shard of something infinite.

So which of those then is the "Bitcoin being" whose fate this thread ultimately is about?   Wink

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Quote from: herzmeister link=topic=75955.msg5780520#msg5780520 date=13952261350So
which of those then is the "Bitcoin being" whose fate this thread ultimately is about?   Wink


I'd say that Bitcoin is an idea birthed by fractal shards of an infinite being who've mostly allowed themselves to be convinced that they're meat computers.   Wink
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"China's central bank reportedly has issued a document on March 18, April 15 asked to stop all Bitcoin transactions. So far the central bank noncommittal on the news." (Original text: 据传中国央行已在3月18日发文,要求4月15日前停止一切比特币交易。迄今央行对这一消息不置可否。)
http://live.sina.com.cn/zt/l/v/finance/globalnews1/

April 15 rings a bell.

Anyway, it's most likely FUD.
1) use of "reportedly"
2) says "the central bank [is] noncommittal on the news"

EDIT: Aaaand it's gone (news removed from sina.com.cn) https://twitter.com/ruima/status/446981681606447104
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