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Back from pilgrimage where we were without any television channel and deprived of the advantage of watching BBC and CNN giving extensive coverage to the revolution in Egypt, we came to know the news on 10 February that Hosni Mubarak was stepping down.

Barack Obama the US President spoke of “witnessing history”, a clearest indication that Mubarak was stepping down. The New York Times, Manchester Guardian were hinting at post Mubarak Egypt and asking whether it would be Suleiman or the army in charge. An army coup it was going to be said some television channels. Such a speculation arose out of a statement supposedly given by an army general. “Army General Hassan al-Roweny appeared in Tahrir Square to tell protesters that “all your demands will be met today,” witnesses said, an interpretation that was quickly read by crowds around him that Mr. Mubarak was on the way out.”

I examined it astrologically, discussed it with Col. A.K.Gour, Anil Singh, Dinesh and Anjali Jain, Kavita and Vijaylakshmi---all astrologers during our trip to Nathdwara, the pilgrimage ( 7th to 10th ).

We were also discussing why like Pakistan, Egypt will always have a boa constrictor like grip of army over its administration. See the role of Mars in both horoscopes. It is where the horoscope of a nation comes into play most significantly. It will be discussed later.

In the meantime watch how the Egyptian army will capture power and render even Suleiman powerless.

Then Mubarak fooled everyone.

The Time reported it thus:  “Mubarak's Malingering Leaves Egypt at a Dangerous Crossroads" By Abigail Hauslohner / Cairo Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011
He mentioned delegating powers to Vice President Omar Suleiman but not what powers that would be. ....The White House was nonplussed by Mubarak's speech. On Thursday night in the U.S., it released a stern, written statement that declared: "The Egyptian people have been told that there was a transition of authority, but it is not yet clear that this transition is immediate, meaningful or sufficient."

What does it mean ? Is not Husni Mubarak inviting an attempt on his life ? I have given him a horoscope, based on scantiest information available, with Karka as lagna which gives him a violent end.

As I write this, I expect and fear that the Egyptian revolution is going to become bloody from now onwards, from today, Friday when crowds will gather at Tahrir Square.

Saturn Saturn-Venus 19 Sept 2010 to 21 March 2011

Double transit
More important to remember in this context is that after the ouster of King Farouk in 1952 , the Arab world is now going to complete a period of sixty years, another research of mine. With Jupiter and Saturn over their positions when  the revolutionary ferment in the Arab world with Nasser being its leader, manifested, the Arab world is  going to witness a historic change now.

Now watch other Arab nations as Jupiter and Saturn are bent on signalling a change. Depending on the horoscope of the nation when and how it would happen can be seen and predicted.

The bell is tolling for Yemen and watch from now and the month of May onwards.

(11 Feb 2011 at 9/27 a.m. IST)

Keywords: KN Rao, Journal of Astrology, Jyotish, Hosni Mubarak, Husni Mubarak, Egypt, Indian Astrology, Vedic Astrology, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan

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