Posted on March 10, 2010 | Link to original
As promised, here is the United States Sibly Chart — the most commonly used chart for July 4, 1776. This link gives you the chart in another format; and this gives you the background on the chart, that is, how it came into being. I sum this up the audio post associated with this blog entry.
There are about a dozen USA charts, most of which center around July 4, 1776 and which vary by the time of the chart. There is also a 1777 chart called Scorpionic America, which is my favorite, cast for the signing of the Articles of Confederation.
This chart was popularized by my old Centaurish friend, the late David Solte, astrologer and historian. As I am sure anyone who knew David or loved his writing agrees, we would benefit from his mind on these charts right now. We’ll just have to channel him.
Due to factors in the background of the Sibly Chart, mainly what seemed to be an uncertainty factor about the time, I was noncommittal about the document — that is, until the events of Sept. 11, 2001. Those are basically predicted in the chart due the position of the ascendant — 12+ Sagittarius. You may recall that Pluto was in that very degree when the Sept. 11 false flag attacks happened, and Saturn was in Gemini close to the descendant; the operative fact is that on Aug. 5, 2001, the Saturn-Pluto opposition was exact for the first time precisely in the Sibly ascendant/descendant.
That was good enough confirmation of the chart’s validity for me. The floor is open for comments on the chart; I have put my own thoughts into free audio on PlanetWaves.FM.