Prediction: A Three Year Grexit Will Commence After “The Last Chance” EU Summit

Soon the wait will be over. Greece submitted a final compromise plan to the EU on Thursday, and the European finance ministers will meet now to discuss the proposal. This will be followed by an emergency summit for all 28 EU nations on Sunday to make a final decision on Greece’s future. The summit on Sunday is being billed as “the last chance” meeting by EU officials. Basically, Greece is being given just one more chance to embrace severe austerity measures that are being demanded of them by Germany and other creditor nations.

As we await the verdict on whether Greece will be in or out, here is a mundane horary on the speculative outcome:

“Will Greece Remain In The Eurozone After Sunday?”

Question asked by astrologer: 7/11/2015 at 3:13 pm PDT, San Francisco, California

Will Greece Remain in the Eurozone after Sunday
Greece: 1st House – Ruled by Mars
EU Creditors: 7th House – Ruled by Venus
Eurozone: 10th House – Ruled by the Sun
Moon: Co-significator of the Question and the Greek Nation

1st House Testimonies:
Ruler of the 1st House Mars in its Fall –
Ruler of the 1st House in the Malefic 8th House –
Ruler of the 1st House Mars is Combust –
Saturn Occupies the First House –

7th House Testimonies:

Ruler of the 7th House Venus in the 10th Square Saturn –

Moon Testimonies:

The Moon is in the sign of her Exaltation +
The Moon is in the 7th House +
The Moon Conjunct the malefic star Algol –
The Moon’s First and Last Aspect is to malefic Saturn –
The Moon’s First and Last Aspect is to Saturn in the 1st House –

Conclusion:

Based on the overwhelming set of negative horary testimonies, Germany will reject the final Greek proposal making it likely no agreement will be made during the Eurogroup EU Summit. Therefore it is highly probably that the ECB will suspend Greece’s ELA agreement, making the prospects for a Grexit is almost certain. The failure to come to an agreement will escalate and intensify the ongoing deterioration of the Greek economy that set into motion an utter collapse of the Greek banking system. Since the Moon will go “Void-of-Course” after it makes its last aspect to malefic Saturn, it is not clear from the horary figure how the Grexit from the Euzozone will transpire, other than it will be a protracted and difficult process due to the high number of fixed signs in the horoscope. Also, in the horary figure the Moon will traverse about 3 degrees before ingressing into a new sign; therefore, I predict that after Sunday’s announcement, Greece will be conditionally quarantined by the Eurozone (and treated as a third-world country until 2018) and allowed to restructure its debt as plans to roll out the drachma are set in motion.

Greek Options

Greece, Germany, and Debt Forgiveness

Here is the bigger problem that Europe now faces: Ultimately, Greek debt has to be forgiven by Germany, else Greece will not survive. That is a fact. The IMF wants to forgive debt but Germany is not prepared to forgive debt. Why? Because if they forgive Greece’s debt, that means that other indebted nations such as Spain, Italy, Portugal, Cyprus, Malta, etc., will have to write off large loans to Greece and they can’t afford to do that.

Regardless, Greece needs debt forgiveness, otherwise they can’t survive. Period. And if there is debt forgiveness, then you have a massive problem in the European banking system because European banks won’t survive. Why? Because the European banks and the European Central Bank have major outstanding lines out to Greece. The European Central Bank is now bankrupt, just as Greece is bankrupt, and Greek debt is worth zero and the same is true for Italy, Spain and Portugal.

Also, if there was debt forgiveness, the European countries that have lent to Greece may not survive. Plus, Spain, Portugal, and Italy will want the same debt forgiveness for themselves else they will default.

Keep in mind what keeps the EU oligarchical elite and Angela Merkel awake at night is not the cries of despair from Greek pensioners, nor the penniless Cypriots, nor the hunger of starving and Portuguese, nor the politically explosive number of unemployed Spanish workers and impoverished Italian households — it’s the rise of the “Euroskeptic.”

Euroskeptic
If that wasn’t enough, there are numerous secular indicators that significant economic trouble is ahead for Europe that will have a direct impact on the entire global economy. For instance, global commodity prices have be plunging as economists debate if a Grexit could trigger turmoil in financial markets. Also there is a massive problem brewing with the $100 trillion worldwide bond market. Why? Because according to the Bank for International Settlements – the Central Banks of Central Banks Worldwide, there is 26.45 trillion dollars in currency derivatives that are directly tied to the value of the Euro, and there is no longer any real liquidity in this market. So there is major concern that a Grexit could likely set off a “Ka-BOOM” event (aka a “Minsky Moment”), in the European bond market in the next few months ahead.

Prediction:

A “no deal” vote by the EU will surely plunge Greece, and the rest of the EU, into financial and political turmoil. For it is clear at this point no matter what happens with Greece, the truth is that we are rapidly moving toward another major worldwide financial crisis. Barbault Planetary Cyclic Index_2010-2020

Greece Referendum Aftermath: “Greece Is Coming To Theater Near You”

Greek Referendum Results

With all polling complete, the final result of the Greek Referendum vote is 61.3% No, 38.7% Yes – a major rejection of Troika hegemony which will likely be the final nail in any future “bail-out” negotiations between Greece and the Eurozone. The final vote tally of 100% ballots occurred on July 6th at 2:51 am ET, in Athens.

GREEK VOTE REFERENDUM NO VOTE WIN AT 61.32 PercentThe most dominant astrological dynamics in the Greek Voter Referendum horoscope is the Sun/Mars opposition to Pluto, the Moon-Neptune conjunction, and the Venus-Jupiter conjunction.  The Sun/Mars – Pluto opposition  is symbolic of the brewing  power struggle and escalated into a full-blown skirmish between the Greek nation and the EU oligarchical elite.  The Sun- Pluto opposition fall along the Galactic Plane, which augurs that a global trend that is over: centralization and “too big to fail”,  a concept that asserts financial institutions are so large and so interconnected that their failure would be disastrous to the greater economic system, and they therefore must be supported by government when they face potential failure.

GREECE THIRD HELLENIC REPUBLIC
The Third Hellenic Republic Horoscope of Greece – July 24th, 1974 at 4:13 AM ET Greece, Athens

The onset of the Greek Euro crisis correlated with Saturn-Uranus opposition alignments in the Spring of 2010,that made several  successive hits to the Greek MC/IC axis, during which the first Greek bail request was made to the EU. Since the onset of the Uranus-Pluto square alignments from late 2012 to present, world affairs have become increasing complex, suffering from the malaise of excessive terminal complexity, as the crisis in the Eurozone accelerated and intensified, as Uranus-Pluto made successive hits to Greece’s Moon-Pluto, and Mercury-Venus -Saturn stellium.

The Blackbox graph below illustrates the intensity of stress from the Saturn-Uranus and Uranus-Pluto alignments to the Greece’s Third Hellenic Republic Horoscope  from 2010 – 2015:

Greek Crisis Transit BlackBox 2009 - 2016
From this backdrop, the Sun-Pluto signature in the Greek Voter Referendum horoscope indicates that much of this late-phase complexity that operates in service to the world’s TOO BIG TO FAIL banking system, which is mired massive market manipulation, secret arbitrages, and interest rate rigging, serves to empower of a sophisticated oligarchical elite that is embedded in the Eurozone supranational power structure.

Pluto rules the EU oligarchial elite and its Central Banking system. The applying Mars-Pluto opposition indicates that EU is in trouble not because of Greece, but because of forced supranational inter-dependency of Portugal, Ireland, Italy and Spain who have even bigger sovereign debt disasters then Greece, brewing on the near horizon. The EU by all rights should not exist, nor should any centralized supranational single currency system.

The Moon-Neptune conjunction in the event chart represents the delusion that despite their fledgling economy, they can continue living a 21st Century post-industrial age deluxe lifestyle, complete with comfortable and undemanding office jobs, early retirement, cheap groceries, affordable dining, long vacations, with 24/7 power and plenty of discretionary spending money to boot, like France and Germany.  The Moon-Neptune conjunction also augurs the dissolution of the populace to a more decentralized and more simpler, local way-of-life along, that will be demoralizing to the more hopeful citizens of the Greek nation.

The Venus-Jupiter conjunction is symbolic of the national pride (Venus ruling the Ascendant of the figure) of the  Greek people who exhibited great resolve in voting against the demands of the creditors on Sunday. The Venus-Jupiter in the horoscope is also symbolic testimony of Millennial youth vote that was the key demographic group in the outcome of the Greek Referendum, a generation that continues to live beyond their means and borrows from their future.

The Venus-Jupiter conjunction will be making success aspects to malefic Saturn in the coming weeks ahead,  indicating that as the Greek nation celebrates its defiant “No” Vote to the EU over the next few days, it will be quickly followed by a very sharp and severe recession as depositors diminish the dwindling cash reserves from the banks as the grocery store shelves empty out. After that, the future is very uncertain, and anything can happen.

Greece Stain
What many  don’t know is that the according to the Bank for International Settlements – the Central Banks of Central Banks Worldwide, $26.45 trillion in currency derivatives are directly tied to the value of the Euro. Now that Greece has defaulted and the prospects of a Greek exit is now a real possibility, the euro is going to fall off a cliff. And if that happens big financial institutions and banks in Europe and the United States and Japan will begin to fail, and in the process plunge the entire planet into another major financial crisis.

BiWheel BIS and Final Uranus-Pluto Square
BiWheel of the BIS and Final Uranus-Pluto Square

This chart by RBS Economics shows the largest falls in real gross domestic product in currently advanced economies since 1870. Greece’s GDP collapse was included in this selective group.

Largest GDP Falls Since 1870

Many are extremely skeptical that Greece will leave the Eurozone or that the Global Banking System is vulnerable to a deflationary debt implosion because CNN, BBC, and even FOX NEWS, tell you otherwise. However, former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan (a member of America’s Advance Oligarchy and Wall Street elite) is saying:

“I believe [Greece] will eventually leave. I don’t think it helps them or the rest of the Eurozone – it is just a matter of time before everyone recognizes that parting is the best strategy. The problem is that there there is no way that I can conceive of the euro of continuing, unless and until all of the members of Eurozone become politically integrated – actually even just fiscally integrated won’t do it.”

The result of yesterday’s Greek Referendum “No” Vote, means again that there is now a very real possibility that Greece could leave the Eurozone in just a matter of months, and the elite know this. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is promising that Greece will be able to stay in the euro, but without more money from the EU and the IMF, the Greek government will not be able to pay its bills and virtually all Greek banks will inevitably collapse.

Barbult Index 2011 - 2027
The the mundane astrological portents and the Uranus-Pluto square alignments that  have been archetypally operative from 2012 to present augurs for drastic shifts in Greece’s financial position. Therefore, we can expect powerful shocks to occur the system resulting in drastic changes in financial positions, along will titanic geopolitical power plays, accelerating market volatility, major market corrections, bank panics, and often unexpected and sudden large-scale economic failure. Also during this period we can expect excessive rationalization by the mainstream financial news media, and unprecedented proclamations by governments, to prevent the loss of credibility with the general populace, as unexpected “volcanic shocks” to the global system continue to intensify.

Blackbox Forecast of the World’s Banks:

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What is about to play out with Greece in the coming days and weeks ahead is just a model of the catastrophe that is about to engulf the world. The rest of Europe is about to experience a tremendous amount of pain as financial markets unravel due to the results of this referendum. For a “Grexit” could set off a chain of events could invoke sovereign debt implosions throughout the globe as there are nearly $60 trillion of derivatives that are directly connected to the European bond yields, European interest rates.

Portugal, Spain, and Italy all collapsing…

Eurozone Contagion

Forecast:

The probability of contagion is very high now then it has ever been, expect defaults to occur in the coming months ahead that will cause bond yields to soar over Europe and possibly cause tremendous chaos in the global derivatives markets.

Will Greece Vote To Leave The Euro?

A major vote in Greece will occur today that will both shape the future of its economy and Europe’s monetary union. The Greek Bailout Referendum has now become critical, for if the Greek voters vote “No” and side with Tsipras government, then there will be a very sharp recession over the next few months, tax collection will collapse,  and the Tsipras government is unlikely to survive the economic collapse. However, if  the public votes “yes,” then  the existing government will likely be reorganized, the banks will be able to reopen, and conclude the terms set by the European Union.

Greeks just started (as of this writing) casting ballots today in the closely watched bailout referendum, with opinion polls showing people evenly split on whether to accept the EU creditors’ proposals for more austerity in exchange for additional rescue loans, or defiantly reject the deal and leave the Eurozone.

Greek Referendum PollsWill the Greeks Vote to Leave The Euro?
Question Understood by Horary Astrologer at 7/04/2015 at 9:23 pm PDT in San Francisco.
Greek Vote

According to European “futures market” data, there is a 67% probability that the public will vote “Yes” in today’s Greek Referendum Vote, while the “No” Vote has a modest 36% chance of succeeding.  Therefore, the “Yes” Vote is the house favorite and assigned to the 1st House in the contest horary figure, and the “No” Vote – the Underdog, is assigned to the 7th House.

The Moon rules the remaining undecided Greek voters, and the 10th House is the prize: the outcome of the Referendum vote.

Horary Analysis:

Capricorn is on the Ascendant, therefore  Saturn rules the 1st House.  The sign Cancer is on the Descendant. Since the Moon rules the voters in political contest horary, we must move to the next sign over to Leo. Therefore the Sun rules the 7th House. Before we proceed with judgement, let’s list our Contest Horary Rules of Engagement:

1st House Favorite – “Yes” Vote Testimonies:

Ruler of the 1st House – Saturn Dignified by Term +
Ruler of the 1st House in the 10th House +
Ruler of the 1st House – Saturn Retrograde –
Saturn Rules The Day +

7th House Underdog – “No” Vote Testimonies

Ruler of the 7th House the Sun weakly placed in the cadent 6th House –
Ruler of the 7th House is peregrine –
Sun will opposes Pluto –
Venus in the 7th House +
Jupiter in the 7th House +
Venus squares Saturn ruler of the 1st House –
Jupiter squares Saturn ruler of the 1st House –

Testimonies for the Undecided “Greek Referendum” Voters

Moon in the 1st House +
Moon is modestly dignified by Face –
Moon in the Sign Ruler of the Ascendant  +
Moon intercepted in the 1st House –
Moon’s first major aspect is an opposition to Venus in the 7th House –
Moon’s last aspect is a square Saturn ruler of the 1st House +
The Moon Rules the Hour +

Analysis

The contest horary testimonies indicate that the “No” Vote has been losing traction and strength since the “Greek Default” on July 30th. The Moon, which rules the undecided voters, is in the sign Aquarius, an infertile sign – a testimony of aging Babyboomer voters on the verge of retirement will be the key voting demographic group to impact the outcome of the Referendum vote. The Moon makes an aspect by opposition to Venus in the 7th House, and translates her light to Saturn – ruler of the Favorite by square – indicating that the remaining voters that are undecided will swing the close vote to the “Yes” Vote.  Since the Moon rules the day and placed in a angular house, we can expect high voter turn-out. to be high.

Judgement

The Moon’s last aspect is a square to Saturn indicating an extremely Close “Yes” Vote outcome. Since the ruler of the 10th Mars is combust and in opposition to Pluto, testimonies that indicate that Sunday’s vote is more about about whether Greece will agree to remain a debt colony of Germany, pardon its differences with the EU, even as the IMF and Athens agree that the country’s catastrophic debt level is unsustainable and untenable.

Pluto rules the EU oligarchial elite and its Central Banking system. The applying Mars-Pluto opposition indicates that EU is in trouble not because of Greece, but because of forced supranational inter-dependency of Portugal, Ireland, Italy and Spain who have even bigger sovereign debt disasters then Greece, brewing on the near horizon. The EU by all rights should not exist, nor should any centralized supranational single currency system.

The Sun is both the ruler of the “No” Vote and the Tsipras government. The Sun is of modest strength and in opposition to malefic Pluto after Moon changes signs. A testimony that indicates that the outcome of Sunday’s vote will likely lead to resignation of the Tsipras government and the call for a new election for a new unity government.

Bottom Line: The “Yes” Vote horary testimonies show less  pain for Greece on the short term, but a loss of national sovereignty, with no hope of economy for over a generation.

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Mundane Horary: GREECE BAILOUT REFERENDUM: YES or NO?

Mundane Horary: GREECE BAILOUT REFERENDUM: YES or NO?
Question Asked By Astrologer 7/1/2015 at 10:15 am PDT, San Francisco, CA.

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According to Vegas Odds-makers there is a 71% probability that the YES Vote will be the result of the Greek Referendum Vote. Therefore, the Yes Vote is the house favorite and assigned to the 1st House, and the No Vote is Underdog is assigned to the 7th House. The 10th House represents the European Union and the Moon is the Greek people.

Horary Analysis:

Mercury rules the Ascendant, dignified by sign and placed in the 10th House of the European Union. Jupiter rules the 7th House, somewhat dignified by term, with modest strength placed in the cadent 12th House. The Moon is in its detriment by sign, in opposition to the malefic Mars and the Sun (universal indicator of the Greek leadership), testimonies of a demoralized and angry electorate that will become defiant to its nations leadership in the coming days.

Horary Conclusion:

The Ascendant Degree is Invalid, being less then 3 degrees, indicating that it is premature at this time to make a final judgement on the matter. However, the horary testimonies support Vegas Odds-makers’ current projections for a Yes Vote this coming Sunday that could possibly lead to a new election of a new unity government.

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