The Chicxulub Crater in astrogeography
Astrology, places & history: The Chicxulub Crater in astrogeography
From the wikpedia article: The Chicxulub crater is an impact crater buried underneath the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. It is the supposed site of the Cretaceous–Paleogene (K–Pg) extinction event. Its epicentercenter is located around 10 km off the coast near the town of Chicxulub, after which the crater is named. The date of the Chicxulub impactor, which created it, coincides precisely with the Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary (K–Pg boundary), around 66 million years ago. The crater is more than 180 kilometers (110 miles) in diameter and 20 km (12 mi) in depth, well into the continental crust of the region of about 10–30 km depth. It makes the feature the third largest confirmed impact structures on Earth; the impacting bolide that formed the crater was at least 10 km (6 mi) in diameter.
Chicxulub Impact Crater in Yucatan Province, Mexico is appr. 180 km in diameter, The crater is ca. 66 mio years old and the impact supposedly caused the extinction of dinosaurs.
Astrogeographic position for morphogenetic field level 1 which explains the global level of resonance of the position: the epicenter of the impact crater is located at 5° Aquarius the sign of the sky and 25° Libra sign of doors and openings and indicator for a site of inhalation of the erath. The fact that 2 air signs are involved explains the topic of the site as a gate ond opening in the global field structure.
The whole of the crater ranges from earth sign Capricorn into air sign Aquarius and from air sign Libra into water sign Scorpio,