The Aircraft Boneyard at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base
Astrology and Places: The Aircraft Boneyard at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base in astrogeography
Davis–Monthan Air Force Base near Tucson, Arizon is the largest aircraft boneyard of the US Air Force. See a description and list of air force boneyards. The Air Force Base here was built in 1925. Aircraft boneyards are used to dismantle aircrafts for reuse or resale while the restst are then scrapped. Deserts, like in the Southwestern United States serve as locations for stroring aircrafts because the dry conditions reduce corrosion.
Astrogeographic position for field level 2 which describes how the air base and together with the south-east part of the City of Tucson is embedded in the State of Arizona: the vast field with stored airplanes is located right on the divide between solid, fixed water sign Scorpio the sign of metal working, welding and construction worj and a major indicator for graveyards and dynamic fire sign Sagittarius.
The second coordinate of the air base and south-east Tucson is located in emotional water sign Cancer the sign of feeling at home. Cancer is in fact a frequent indicator for graveyards . Cancer as the sign of motherhood can be assumed to support coming to a place of resting or settling down or feeling at home with oneself at places, Apart from that Cancer is also an important indicator for melancholy and in regard to graveyards of emotional pain and sorrow. It must be assumed that such an aircraft boneyard can help the memories of the dead who died in plane crashs especially during wars may visit such a place. Therefore it may be recommendable to install some sort of shrine in the eastern part of the boneyard in Sagittarius the sign of priest castes dedicated to the memory of these people.