Luciferian. That’s what LeBron’s media blitz has morphed into. The light is blazing, downright illuminating. We’ll be graced by LeBron’s presence tonight on ESPN. He’s managed to grab his own sixty-minute-special to announce which team is going to pay him obscene amounts of money. Cleveland? New York? Miami? That’s really what it boils down to.
I had Andrea Mallis on my show last week and she looked at the bones of his solar chart and she thought LBJ was going to go to New York. I posited Miami. Yesterday, Chris Bosh (Aries, 3/24) chose The Heat.
James, based on his document of birth (12/30/84), not his certificate of birth (sound familiar?), is a Cap with his Moon in Aries. So he would have a distinct connection with Bosh, whom by the way, will greatly benefit from Jupiter’s stay in Aries. Bosh will make BIG bucks and he’ll benefit from the presence of Wade and LBJ.
Dywane Wade (Taurus) will also benefit from being LeBron’s sidekick with a strong Earth connection (Taurus/Cap). Now the question arises, who else would play for the team if they sign the big three and have only enough to sign players to minimum contracts? And, will there even be a team playing beneath toxic clouds of methane and benzene? How convenient that poor shrimpers and fishermen on the Gulf Coast are getting the runaround from BP now that there livelihoods are ruined and we’re being dazzled by the false light of “Show Me The Money” starring LeBron James.
James is a Capricorn (8 degrees) and has Neptune in Capricorn as well. Pluto is resting right between the two of them. Pluto in Cap as we have seen thus far, since it’s arrival is a power trip. As it triggers Neptune (hype/illusion) and Sun (expression) Pluto is adding mega ego watts to “The King’s” blazing star and Neptune is creating a sense of deception and misdirection. The city of Cleveland was annexed on 12/23/18. As a result, it is a Capricorn city, potently expressed at 0 degrees. It’s been a city that has seen its fair share of disappointment in the realm of sports. From Ernest Byner’s fumble, to Jose Mesa’s bad pitch, to Michael Jordan’s shot, to the Browns skulking out at midnight on Art Modell’s moving trucks. The Sun in Capricorn at that degree is all about endurance, getting through. In the end, no matter what city The King ordains, Cleveland will go on. it will endure, long after LeBron has taken his last shot. But based on the chart of Cleveland with it’s Capricornian Sun and James’ own solar goat, I would take Cleveland if I were him. James’ own Mercury in Sag (16 degrees) conjuncts Cleveland’s Mercury in Sag (10 degrees). James and Cleveland both have Uranus in Sag (though not conjunct) but James’ Uranus is conjunct Cleveland’s own Neptune in Sag. Astrologically, Cleveland and LeBron would be better off together than apart.
Miami was incorporated on July 28th, 1896 and has a stellium in Leo, which will play off nicely with some of LeBron’s Sag planets, but at the end of the day is the bread and circus of LeBron’s blinding spectacle enough to divert our gaze from what’s happening in the gulf? Unfortunately, the answer is likely, “yes.”