We have been talking about war a lot, but let us now look at peace. In recent times, the Magi Society's research has confirmed some of the useful symbolisms for Jupiter. We learned that peace was most likely to occur when the Sun and Jupiter made enhancement aspects. An enhancement aspect, remember, makes up two of the seven angles of planetary aspects. In Astrology Really Works!, our first book, the Magi Society confirmed the Babylonians' discovery that on days when the Sun and Jupiter formed a conjunction or a trine, peace was much more likely to exist than on other days. As it turns out, the most significant days of peace usually occur on days when Jupiter and the Sun form an enhancement aspect. Perhaps even more important is the fact that prom inent persons of peace are usually born on days when Jupiter and the Sun form an enhancem ent aspect.
Here are some examples. The three most important days for peace in this century were the two days that ended the two world wars in Europe, and the day that marked the end of the Cold War. In Astrology Really Works!, we provided our readers with the birth charts of these three momentous days, showing that there was a trine of Jupiter and the Sun on each of those days. We will not duplicate those charts in this book, but we will give you the dates. World War I ended November 11, 1918; World War 11 ended in Europe on May 7, 1945; and the Cold War ended on November 4, 1989.
Since the publication of our first book, the most important day for peace in Europe has been December 14, 1995, the day of the Dayton Peace Accord, the peace treaty that ended the war in Bosnia. The treaty was signed in Dayton, Ohio, because President Clinton was in Dayton, and all the other signatories met there for that reason. That day had a Sun-Jupiter enhancement. Here, again, a very important day for peace came about when there was an enhancement aspect of Jupiter and the Sun.
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