Cape of Good Hope

Reaching the Gate into Aquarius at Cape of Good Hope

Reaching the Gate into Aquarius at Cape of Good Hope. From the fundaments of stability in Capricorn into the Good Hope of Aquarius

For penisulas in astrogeography compare: The Ship on the Hill, Reaching the Gate into Aquarius at Cape of Good Hope, The position of Saint Michaels Mount in Aquarius, Gibraltar (Aquarius-Taurus) or Sidney Opera House (Aquarius-Aries), Palm Jumeirah (Aquarius-Aries) and Península de La Magdalena (Aquarius-Sagittarius).

Reaching the Gate into Aquarius at Cape of Good Hope

Cape of Good Hope has both coordinates in Capricorn with the tip only at 0°Aquarius the sign of hope. Photo: Bgabel, GNU/FDL

When Portuguese explorer Bartolomeu Dias reached Cape of Good Hope on 12 March 1488 he called it “Cape of Storms”. The cape was assumed to represent the place that parts the waters of the Atlantic from the Pacific Ocean. But to be precise: “the currents of the two oceans meet at the point where the warm-water Agulhas current meets the cold water Benguela current and turns back on itself—a point that fluctuates between Cape Agulhas and Cape Point (about 1.2 kilometers east of the Cape of Good Hope).” (from the wiki article) In the 5th century BC ancient Greek historian and geographer Herodotus mentioned that the Phoenicians had already rounded Cape of Good Hope during that era.

Astrological event chart for the discovery of Cape of Good Hope through  Bartolomeu Dias on 14 March 1488 (Julian date) calculated for 12:00 noon with equal house system

The North Node (4°51`Aquarius) was moving in the first degrees of air sign Aquarius the sign of the sky, heaven, flying and sailing right to the south of the tip of Cape of Good Hope.

The position of the Sun on 1° of fire sign Aries fell on the beginning of the zodiac inciating the start of a newe cycle begun through the rounding  of the Cape and the starting of the period of dicovery of the lands in the Pacific Ocean.

Astrogeographic position for morphogenetic field level 3 which describes how Cape of Good Hope is embedded in the land:: both coordinates of the mountain that rises at Cape of Good Hope resisting the strongest ocean currents are located in solid, conservative, durable earth sign Capricorn sign of the hardest types of rock, mountains, walls, impediments, resistance, control, separation. The name of “Good Hope” is astrogeographically reflected by the fact that the southern tip falls on the 1st degree in creative, innovative air sign Aquarius the sign of the sky, heaven, paradise, flying, free sailing, strong winds, change, revolution, future-orientation, creativity, inventions, abstraction, solutions and reconnection with our fuller potentials.

Capricorn stands for the stability of the peninsula here which represents the remains of hardware of land that has been able to resist the tidal currents, winds and rains over hundreds of thousands of years while the coastal areas around it have long been washed away.