A Change of Fortune for Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz and Germanwings

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“Analysis of a tablet device belonging to Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz shows he researched suicide methods on the Internet in the days leading up to the crash, a German prosecutor said Thursday”.

Love affairs gone wrong can be the reasons for the deaths of many. “The number one reason for suicide is love. The number two reason for suicide is no love,” (interview on ANC’s “Headstart”)

Andreas Lubitz cited his birthday as Dec. 18, 1987, which would make him 27.
His astrology chart shows the possibility during the time period where he flew and crashed the Germanwings plane in the French Alps, transiting Saturn was conjunct his Moon. This can represent a time of being engaged in deep introspection, self-examination, self-criticism and/or very lonely with the personal life constrained, and appearing distant and cold. Quite possibly he could have been feeling depressed.

At the same time, transiting Uranus (15 degrees aries) was beginning to make a conjunction to his Jupiter planet which is highlighted in his chart. This can represent a change in fortune. It is very hard to predict the exact effects of this influence but it can be best described as a sudden change, which way the change will go is not easy to say. This transit signifies a new restlessness, a desire for freedom and new activities that will broaden horizons. A likelihood of being attracted to new philosophies and new ways of looking at the universe because old viewpoint become too narrow. New experiences are sought that will give a greater understanding which are quite different from anything done before. This transit creates a very powerful inclination to take chances and break down barriers.

Transiting asteroid Melpomène, initially called the Muse of Singing became the Muse of Tragedy for which she is best known now. She is often represented with a tragic mask and wearing the cothurnus, boots traditionally worn by tragic actors. Often, she also holds a knife or club in one hand and the tragic mask in the other. This transiting asteroid was conjunct co-pilot Andreas Lubitz natal mars/pluto conjunction.

When operating from our shadows we are dealing with parts of ourselves that we have split off, repressed or denied — the parts of ourselves we are afraid to show. Perhaps if Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz had looked at his Gene Keys and explored his inner landscape, he would have discovered the gold that was hiding in the shadows. He coulds have seen how his life could have had more of a positive spin on who he really was. Shadow Work helps you face the hurt, the fear, the anger, and to learn how to live more fully and positively in the now.


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