August 6 1991: first-ever webpage online
As you may know, Tim Berners-Lee was first to publish a webpage to the World Wide Web, and you can still view a copy of the page here where you’ll see its time stamp ’14:56:20 GMT’ and read a rather dry text as texts go.
No over-the-line blogging on Politics involved in 1991!
August 6, 1991 @14:56:20 GMT, Geneva, Switzerland, gives 18Sco19 rising with wealthy Pluto 17Sco35 controlling the event. At Midheaven (the Why? Point of the chart) is @ 2Vir50, with Mercury 5:49, Venus 6:49 Rx, and Mars 13:40 in 10th house. In 9th house are Sun 13Leo34 and expansive Jupiter 22:01; it’s an Hour of pioneering Mars.
This technological innovation occurred just prior to the Great Conjunction/s of Uranus and Neptune (3 times through 1993 @ ’18Cap’ conjunct the North Node position in the first-ever webpage’s natal chart; the 3rd Uranus/Neptune Conjunction of Oct 24, 1993 marks the natal chart of the New World Order; ’18Cap’ = “The Union Jack Flies from a New British Destroyer,” with Sir Berners-Lee being of the British persuasion.)
So the first-ever webpage has very recently enjoyed a Nodal Return, a fortunate time when new associations may be entered into.
And you’ll be quite satisfied to know that the first-ever webpage was published under the influence of a brilliantly innovative Mercury/Uranus trine as Berners-Lee and others ‘grappled with special problems’ (Mercury/Saturn = Pluto) and implemented ‘far-reaching plans’ (Moon/Pluto = Mercury.)
However, considering the attacks which occur by the minute across the Web, and the onslaught of governmental desires to ‘police’ the web, spy on you and me, and charge for content, it behooves me to mention that the first-ever webpage chart will have its Secondary Progressed Full Moon @1Pis41 on June 9, 2010.
If this situation mimics the same Full Moon progression of the US natal chart (see sidebar to view chart), the World Wide Web’s urge for expansion may well be reached or limited this very year and contraction will soon be necessary – or imposed.
At the least, changes are coming such as broadband access (“over the next decade”) in order to free up frequencies to do just what, we don’t know – but Big Brother surveillance will become even easier than it is now with broadband.
In the August 6, 1991 chart, there’s an interesting midpoint picture involving two planets that are associated with the Web (as well as the NWO): Uranus and Neptune; NN = public contacts; nebulous Neptune is all about webs and networks, Uranus is all about genius, electricity, science, and technology.
Uranus/NN = Neptune: technological teamwork; a political association advocating reforms; meeting with people off the beaten path. (All midpts pics: Tyl, Ebertin, and Munkasey.) To me this sounds like the genius of physicists working hand in glove with politicians and their plutonian enablers.
The first online webpage of August 6, 1991 has as its Pre-Natal Eclipse Series, 11 South, which is in the same Series as the Solar Eclipse of July 22, 2009: ‘sudden reforms; old methods and ideas fail; new systems are required to cope with changes; any blocks could be violently or tragicaly removed. ‘ (Paraphrasing Brady’s ‘Predictive Astrology’.)
And I believe the 2009 Eclipse to be tied in by degree with another Solar Eclipse coming up on July 11, 2010, the 12 South (the PE of the USA) @ ’19Cancer’: ‘successful outcomes to long-term worries or illness; draining issues at first seem worse, then clear.’ (Brady.)
Yes, the July 11, 1991 Solar Eclipse was also @ ’19Cancer’ (July 11 then and now) which conjuncts Fixed Star, Castor, an evil influence, or at best, is an indicator of creative writers and authors having their say.
So has the World Wide Web been a positive influence on society since its start-up? Well, everyone has an opinion, but the 1991 chart yields more, fyi:
Rising in the above-noted chart for August 6, 1991 is Fixed Star, Zuben Eschemali @19Sco16 (’19Sco’ is traditionally considered an ‘evil degree of the accurs’ed sign’)…keywords for this Star: ‘negative social reform.’
Okay, now I’ve typed my peace…and the mop and broom of Spring Cleaning now awaits with the twinkling of a star, and I shall forcefully turn my back on webpages of all descriptions…for a while, at least.