Over the last three days, mount Etna has been showing signs of explosive activity. After an initial round of sudden blasts, mixed with pre-eruption tremor, the red alert broadcasted by the Italian authorities on Thursday was soon contested. This morning, May 21st, Etna has shown signs of life again, with a sudden rise of tremor and ash emissions. The area is currently affected by heavy adverse weather as well. All of this follows the major crisis which unfolded due to the extraordinary amounts of rain which fell over the northern region of Emilia-Romagna throughout the last week or so.
There seems to be evidence about the current Mars-Jupiter-Pluto-Nodes alignment triggering geological and meteorological issues across the country. In recent articles (links are below) I wrote about likely connections between major geological events and the activation of angular eclipses in seismically active areas. Currently, with Mars in early Leo and Jupiter in early Taurus both applying to hard aspects with 2 degrees of Scorpio (which was eclipsed in October 2022), there is an evident crescendo of events over the Italian territory. This is severely aggravated by the presence of Pluto in early Aquarius, as well as that of dwarf planet Haumea in late Libra. This Grand Cross is building up pressure over the eclipsed area mentioned above. Also, the eclipse in question was angular over most of the Italian peninsula, and it fell on the national Moon (1946 republic chart).
Solar Eclipse Oct 25 2022 12:48:40 pm CEDT-2, Catania, Italy
Transits May 21 2023 12 pm CEDT-2, Catania, Italy