SNP – Scots wha hae wi Wallace bled; Braveheart the sequel

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The two possible SNP start charts both look wildly energised, utterly determined, pushily confident, reckless and deeply frustrated in equal measure over the next three to four years.

14 Dec 1933 or 7 April 1934 are significant dates in the formation of the party. If anything, the 1933 chart looked more descriptive around the September 2014 independence referendum which they lost 45% to 55%. There was a tr Pluto square the Solar Arc Mars. Though neither are that explicit, perhaps because the 2014 referendum was just the first step in a seven year campaign, stretching to 2021.

During this phase the Mars in Capricorn opposition Pluto square Uranus opposition Jupiter of the 1933 chart are undergoing huge challenges from tr Pluto in hard aspect. So it’s going to be a real hang-onto-your-hat roller-coaster ride with great anger and bitterness expressed, fanatical, striving for power, conflict with government – it’s all there. And because that is a Cardinal Grand Cross it’s impossible to separate out what comes in which order. It’s as if the entire chart is being pounded by transformational Pluto throughout till 2021 – which as always with Pluto will attract an equal measure of resistance from those who don’t wish to see the status quo altered. And this year it is being jolted into higher gear by tr Uranus conjunct Uranus and square Pluto.

The 1934 chart is much the same with Sun Mars Uranus in Aries, Jupiter in Libra, Pluto in Cancer, Moon in Capricorn – so highly restless, scattered, combative, fuelled by hatred as is the 1933 chart because of the hard Mars Pluto aspect. Both charts have an Aquarius North Node which makes them crusaders for a cause.

It won’t be the same party by the early 2020s and may have run out of steam. There will almost certainly be major internal disputes, though they can be managed by projecting the argument outwards against the Westminster government.

Alex Salmond looks slumped and disappointed in 2020 with tr Neptune conjunct his 10th house Mars, his ambitions undermined. His relationship with Nicola Sturgeon is at daggers drawn in 2021/2022.

Robert Burns’ poem will be pinned to the Saltire

Scots, wha hae wi’ Wallace bled,
Scots, wham Bruce has aften led;
Welcome to your gory bed,
Or to victory!

Now’s the day, and now’s the hour;
See the front o’ battle lour;
See approach proud Edward’s power—
Chains and slavery!

Wha will be a traitor knave?
Wha can fill a coward’s grave!
Wha sae base as be a slave?
Let him turn and flee!

Wha for Scotland’s king and law
Freedom’s sword will strongly draw,
Freeman stand, or freeman fa’,
Let him follow me!

By oppression’s woes and pains!
By your sons in servile chains!
We will drain our dearest veins,
But they shall be free!

Lay the proud usurpers low!
Tyrants fall in every foe!
Liberty’s in every blow!—
Let us do or die!

5 thoughts on “SNP – Scots wha hae wi Wallace bled; Braveheart the sequel

  1. I’ve been reading your past Scottish predictions and you mention in several of them Sturgeon will have a difficult 2017 full of set backs and a hard time of it in 2018/19 which does seem to tally up with recent events, eg Theresa May planning to block a second referendum until after Brexit. So you seem to have these charts pretty accurate. I’m English but I hope Scotland does not leave the UK. Would be terrible for us all.

  2. Thanks for this. Very interesting, in regards to Alex Salmond, its general election year in 2020. He isn’t popular with his constituents so I wonder if this is pointing towards him losing his seat… its difficult to guess when the referendum might be. I don’t know if the prime minster can hold off until after 2020 but if you chart is right it looks positive for unionists. I doubt the SNP would run out of steam if they had just won independence as that is when the real work would begin.

  3. Thank you Marjorie, this is my feeling of how things will play out too. I’m convinced more than ever the SNP pushing for a second referendum is going to end badly for them. For the sake of our amazing Union I hope I’m right.

    • Not independence in the case of Northern Ireland, it will be a referendum on union with Ireland.

      I would be interested if that were to occur on 3rd May 2021, the 100th anniversary of the Partition of Ireland. Another significant date would be 7th December 2022, the 100th anniversary of the date the Northern Ireland Parliament opted out of becoming a part of the Irish Free State.

      Marjorie, could you look at the charts for Northern Ireland (which would also effectively be the chart for the partition of Ireland) and of the Irish Republic to see how they will be faring in the coming decade?

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