Astrogeographical positions of Asian capitals

Astrogeographical positions of Asian capitals. Mundane and political astrology and astrogeography: resonance coordinates for capitals in Asia

Astrogeographical positions of capitals: RomeWashingtonOttawaMoscowBeijing, LondonParisMadridBerlin (en), (Berlin (dt), UNASUREUKiew, New DelhiKabulRiyadhBagdadTehranPyongyang & SeoulThe Hague, lslamabad, DamascusJerusalemAthensAnkaraBrasiliaCanberra,  CaracasMexico CityTokyoWellingtonUnited NationsViennaWarsaw. KairoBern, Copenhagen and Nuuk, Lhasa, Hongkong, Jakarta, Stockholm, Tripoli, African Union and Capitals, List of Asian Capitals,

Astrogeographical positions of Asian capitals

Astrology and Astrogeography - astrogeographical positions of  capitals of countries in Asia
Astrogeographical resonance coordinates for Asian capitals pt 1- Nations A-l
Calculated for morphogenetic field level 1 (supraregional, global significance)
Copyright: Georg Stockhorst 2019 – www.astrologicalworldmap.com
Astrogeographical resonance coordinates for Asian capitals pt 1- Nations A-l
Calculated for morphogenetic field level 1 (supraregional, global significance)
Copyright: Georg Stockhorst 2019 – www.astrologicalworldmap.com
Astrogeographical resonance coordinates for Asian capitals pt 2- Nations M-Y
Calculated for morphogenetic field level 1 (supraregional, global significance)
Copyright: Georg Stockhorst 2019 – www.astrologicalworldmap.com

ASEAN and other organisations

ASEAN with Plus 3 (China, Japan, South Korea) and Plus 6 (India, Australia, New Zealand)
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Unlike Europe, Africa and South America the Asian nations are far from establishing a continental self-help organization dedicated at protecting the common sphere of interest, economical independence plus the political stability. A major impediment for that is the dominant role of the super-large and super-centralist global players Russia and China and also of India and Indonesia which do not allow smaller nations to see advantages in such an organisation on a continental level.

ASEAN

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations was founded in 1967 to promote intergovernmental cooperation and economic, political, security,  military, educational and sociocultural integration among its members and other countries in Asia. Founding members were Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines,  Singapore and Thailand. ASEAN was later joined by Brunei (1984), Vietnam (1995), Laos and Myanmar (1997) and Cambodia in 1999.

Foundation chart for the ASEAN organisation founded on August, 8 1967 in Bangkok calculated for 12:00

ASEAN plus 3

Foundation chart for the ASEAN plus 3 organisation founded on May, 6 2000 in Chiang Mai calculated for 12:00