Uranus and Mercury Conjunction

​It’s been said that the planet Uranus is connected with earthquakes, not only scientifically but also in mythology. I’m wanting to stay away from astrologies views because to be honest, there is alot on the internet about astrology, earthquakes and Uranus. I’m only bringing up this up because of the conjunction with Mercury in a 3 month period. Based off of the chatter (again) about the “big one” hitting the San Andreas soon and what was been going on with the signs in the Heavens, I thought I should bring it up. Otherwise I wouldn’t ever bring it up. 

Uranus means sky or heavens and according to its mythology it was the father of the 12 Titans. In my opinion this would best describe Baal who was lord of the air. Mercury in Roman mythology was associated with merchants, travelers and transporters of goods, and thieves and tricksters. He was the Greek equivalent of Hermes, the messenger and his father was Jupiter. So we have the sly messenger and the god of the sky meeting up. You can see in this article here (http://themostimportantnews.com/archives/could-planetary-alignments-be-responsible-for-massive-earthquakes) that there are connections to the conjunction of these planets and earthquakes. It has been seen in the ’64 Alaska earthquake and the Japan earthquake.  

I am in no way saying that there is going to be an earthquake between March 27th and May 7th but i do find it interesting as far as the timing goes. We have seen more meteors fall and earthquakes in the near past than we would like. And if we are truly seeing birth pains then we will see a few more bigger earthquakes. And the start of this conjunction comes 2 days after Venus inferior conjunction and 1 day before Venus goes into Pegasus for 3 hours. I just wanted to make this known even though I am a little relunctant to bring it up.

Here is a paper from 1959 on Uranus and earthquakes. (http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v184/n4681/abs/184177a0.html)

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