Venus transit and Park Geun-hye’s victory
Geun-hye (born 2 February 1952) is the president-elect of South Korea following presidential election on 19 December 2012, and is the first female president of SouthKorea. She was the chairwoman of the conservative Grand National Party (GNP)between 2004 and 2006 and between 2011 and 2012 (the GNP changed its name to"Saenuri Party" in February 2012). Her father was Park Chung-hee, who was president from 1961 to 1979. She is generally considered to be one of the most influential politician in Korea since the "three Kims" (Kim Young-sam, Kim Dae-jung,and Kim Jong-pil).
The Full Moon eclipse of June 4 occurred in sidereal Scorpio and in the constellationOphiuchus. From the chart we can see that it was important for Seoul since it wasplaced on the horizon axis. The Sun conjoined retrograde Venus by 2.5°, slightlypreceding the Venus Transit. This Full Moon is of special significance because theMoon’s placement is near the exact same location of the new Earth-Venus synodiccycle, thus with the same theme.The Lunar Partial Eclipse transit invites us to become energetically wide open tobreathe in the infusion of feminine energy about to emblazon the Earth through theVenus Transit. It brings us to the realization that this lunar cycle is about establishinga greater equilibrium between the masculine and feminine principles with inourselves. This too is the theme that will express through the new 584-day Earth-Venus cycle—surrender to the Divine Feminine Essence in life—to allow it to bringthe abundance, beauty, and love we all seek to have in our lives and in our world. Itis a major shift from the masculine dominated mindset to a more feminine approach.Humanity is being asked to surrender the modality of fighting to survive, of having afocus on self and personal gain. This surrender is the only way to alleviate thatstruggle. It is by embracing the unconditional compassion to express love in all areasof our lives and to care for all life that will change our world.