The Invasion of Hairy Panic Grass in Wangaratta in astrogeography. Astrology, Events & Places: The Invasion of Hairy Panic Grass in Wangaratta in astrogeography
Hairy Panic Grass (Panicum effusum) is a fast growing grass which grows up to 70 centimetres high native to the inland of Australia and New Guinea. Starting from around 14th February 2016 the australian town of Wangaratta, Victoria was invaded by large numbers of Panic Grass.
The following astrological sunrisechart is calculated for the invasion of the tumbleweed of hairy grass in the 17.000 inhabitants town.
According to a comment the invasion started in the beginning of the week (chart above) with the Moon in Taurus the sign of weeds. But as Taurus is the sign of roots the Moon`s position in Taurus does not stand for the turning of the grass into tumbleweed but rather for the strengthening of its roots. That is unless the soil was so dry that in the moment when the grass was stimulated to strengthen its roots by the information transferred onto the plants by the Moon in Taurus that simply wasn`t possible.
But anyway the moment of the changing of signs of the Moon from earth sign Taurus into air sign Gemini the sign of small winds on 16 February at 0:34 AEST can be expected to have been the moment when the grass turned loose in larger amounts and was blown into the town of Wangaratta
Astrogeographic position of Wangaratta for morphogenetic field level 1 which explains the supraregional meaning of the town: the town is located at 15° of fire sign Sagittarius exactly the position of Saturn at the time and the second coordinate at 2° in earth sign Virgo. The question that arises here is why is the resonance of Saturn felt so intensely at this particluar place and what does it mean for the whole of the morphogenetic field in Australia.