Double trouble Part 1

Were you or I to take a trip to visit Niagara Falls, we would have a choice as to which side of the border we’d take our happy snaps from.  If we were to choose the Canadian side instead of the American, then I reckon we’d probably fly into Toronto, in the state of Ontario.

However we won’t be travelling down Highway 11; we won’t be hearing the roar of the volume of water, nor will our faces be moistened by the mist rising from the International Falls, we have other duties to perform.

Our focus is, according to Wikipedia, in the Regional Municipality of Peel within the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada; or if you prefer it in straight language, we are in Caledon, Ontario.  The Latitude is 43° N 52 and Longitude is 80° W 00.  We have another missing persons case. Double trouble.

This is a cold case, which has been brought to the public’s attention once again.  Due to the uniqueness of our research method, we have been asked to bring a fresh approach to finding the location of, what is more than likely, two lost souls.

The official investigating body is the Ontario Provincial Police, the OPP to you and I.  We might have been hoping for a hunk of a Mountie for company, but sadly not – they have federal work to do.

We’re out in the provinces in the company of regular Canadians. Good, law-abiding country folk.  I am in the online company of a person who tells me that they know more about this case than anyone outside of the OPP.  I have the information I need.

The local newspaper, The Caledon Enterprise reports:

On 24 August, 1981 two teenage boys disappeared without a trace from the McCormick family farm amongst a cloud of suspicion and mystery.

Weeks after the boys disappeared Bill Currie, a now retired OPP officer assigned to the case, said it was possible the boys had hitched a ride to the Toronto Exhibition and would come home soon.

“It wasn’t uncommon for kids to do this back then. I just thought they would come back.”                                                           

The boys names are John McCormick Jnr and (Lloyd) Eric Larsfolk.  Eric was 14  and John 15 years old when they disappeared.  Eric was new to Caledon; his family had only recently moved there.

On 24 August, not long after the boys had first met, Eric rode his bike down the road to John’s place telling his father he was off to watch some tv.  It was about 5pm. Sunset wasn’t due until just past 8.  John’s sister Kim was due to babysit nearby.  Her father, John Snr. gave her a lift. The boys were in the driveway outside the house as John worked on his van.  It was 5.30pm.

That is the last time Kim saw her brother, John or his friend, Eric.  They disappeared without a trace.

Giving way to winter, fall became the past and Eric and John Jr. remained missing. Police searched the McCormick property a number of times, with up to 60 officers scouring every inch of wooded area. In November 1981 police searched for any sign of the boys with a helicopter equipped with thermal vision.

The case has never really gone cold for there are too many people who care. Let our contribution be the ‘Aussies and the Canucks’, and while I’m being colloquial, I’d also like to get the friendly rivalry out of the way.

Yes, the bathwater does go down the plughole the other way round, depending on which hemisphere you are in – it’s not weird and when I flip a horoscope wheel to align north to north, it’s not because I’m down-under and Canada is north of the equator.  It’s the magic of our carpet here on planet Earth.

Astrology and cartography are askew of their own accord. I like to think of them as mirror images.  In astrology, North and South are reversed to what we know of in the real world, as is East and West.  North is at the bottom, South at the top; East is on the left and West on the right.

In my journey into forensic astrology, I just flip the astrology wheels vertically. North and North need to be in alignment. To date in my experience flipping vertically, works.  If I were getting East-West indicators in my observation, then I would consider flipping that way as well.  So far there has been no need to reinvent the wheel.

I follow three basic steps. They are all math and astronomy.  Nothing psychic is going on here. My computer software produces natal horoscopes; I follow up by creating computer generated bi-wheels and then I superimpose each of the flipped wheels over a local map of the land.  I then look for synchronicities.

Our first step in the process – here are the horoscope wheels of the individuals involved, a snapshot of the heavens at the time of their births – the planetary positions in the sky.  We have the date, place and time of birth on John Jnr; date and place for Eric but no time; and a third person, a Person of Interest – POI with their known date, place and time of birth.

Note: As a result of my enquiry, I have requested a fourth person’s birth data.  We await that information, however we can still continue with a result.  I have a gut feeling that there is another individual in this picture.

Note: Because we don’t have the time of Eric’s birth and I have no knowledge of his early life-experiences, I set the time as 12 midnight, as the clock ticked over to the day of his birth.  This is a traditionally accepted method.

I have highlighted, in pink the main planetary indicators, which we are looking for.  The heavy-weights of Pluto and Saturn are the usual suspects, although there is always an overall picture.  At this stage we are looking for synchronicities.

Once flipped we are already seeing a synchronicity. I have indicated this with a red line.

The charts have been flipped for John and the POI, however not Eric (remember we don’t have his time of birth). So the wheel on the left is flipped vertically; the one in the middle remains the same and the one on the right-hand side is flipped.

  • It amazes me every time, when we have an unknown time wheel.  The person inevitably has an input, albeit a subjective one. (that’s why I highlight in blue).

I have highlighted (in grey) the POI wheel with an extra area of interest, a midpoint picture of Pluto and nodal axis. We immediately have a mathematical synchronicity and we haven’t even left their birth times to include the time of their disappearance!

  • John has Saturn on the red line – Saturn points the way as a body locator.
  • John has Uranus on the red line – sudden changes/a bolt out of the blue and Pluto the death indicator is there also
  • Eric has a (subjective) Saturn on the red line – another directional locator
  • POI has Mars (on the red line) – Male energy, excessive force  expended
  • POI has Pluto/Nodal axis (on the red line)– Death indicator which creates a major impact on the public arena

Now we test it by bringing these wheels into the future.  Let’s start with Eric as he has a natal Moon in Aries. For those who are familiar with my posts, you will know that Aries Moon is a dominant personality, a need to be Number One in relationships and so we will honour his memory by allowing his voice to be heard first.

We know that the last time John’s sister Kim saw the boys was at 5.30 at the farmhouse and so we take a snapshot of the heavens at 5.30pm on 24 August, 1981 in Caledon, Ontario, Canada.

Note: I feel there is a later time and a slightly different setting which I want to inquire into as well.

Later that evening, the farm vehicle, an old Chevvy was found on a track some way from the house.  Its headlights were still on, which indicates to me that the time was after dark.  Experience tells me to run a second line of inquiry.

I’ll call this line of inquiry, ‘After Dark’.  I now take another snapshot of the heavenly bodies as they pass overhead about half an hour after sunset on that tragic night in August 1981.  So Eric, what can you tell us?

Eric is not going to lead us astray.  He understands the seriousness of the situation.  We’re not off on a fishing trip with a couple of young lads here.

I’ve highlighted the Ascendant points (left hand side) of each bi-wheel in green, so anyone can check that I don’t stray from the path.  The Ascendant highlighted in green is always the ascendant of the inner wheel, not the outer.

With these two wheels, the first is at 5.30 and the second is my second line of enquiry, a little later in the evening – ‘After Dark’.

  • At 5.30pm the Ascendant highlighted in green is Capricorn 10 degrees; the After Dark example is Pisces 18 degrees.

When we produce a bi-wheel it can be done from the ascendant point of either position – from the perspective of an event or from the perspective of an individual.  These two wheels are presented from the perspective of specific events on the night of 24 August.

I haven’t used Eric’s birth as a point of reference as we know the time is not accurate and therefore any result would be subjective.  No more blue highlighter needed from here on in.  We view through the eyes of clock time.

We immediately see that our red line, the angle is again brought to our attention; I doubt it will change now.  We have our red line, our direction finder.

The first bi-wheel above is the event of 5.30 as the inner wheel and the outer wheel is Eric’s natal wheel.  We have the view of the planets in the sky in real time.

  • We immediately see that Eric’s Saturn is right on the red line.  Saturn is renowned for pointing the direction to the location of a body.

The second bi-wheel is the inner wheel of the event ‘After Dark’ and the outer wheel is Eric’s natal wheel.  This is how we know the ‘After Dark’ time – Eric has shown us and John confirms this below.

  • Eric’s Uranus and Pluto are both at the Descendant – Uranus tells us there is sudden change and Pluto indicates death.

Note: the Descendant is on the right hand side in an astrology wheel (opposite to the Ascendant); again we are in mirror land – this is the West and sunset.

We have a well-known expression Down-Under – “At the going down of the sun we will remember them.”  This expression is a memory we carry forward of those fallen at the Battle of Gallipoli in WWI, however it remains a truth today.  The Descendant (opposite to the Ascendant) is a point of departure.

John Jnr’s input adds even more, as we have the time of his birth to work with so his natal wheel brings another ascendant into play.  Rather than reproduce all the wheels I’ll share three again as is my preference for triangulation and leave the other wheels for students of forensic astrology.

  • At 5.30 (first wheel on the left) Pluto was transiting overhead for John, conjunct his MC (midheaven)
  • At 5.30 the planet Mercury (communication) was transiting to conjunct John’s natal Uranus and Pluto (sudden changes in power)
  • At 5.30 the Moon is at the Nadir, the lowest point in the wheel.  A family connection is indicated.
  • From John’s perspective (the second, the middle wheel) these sudden, electric changes in power with communication are right on the red line.  This is in exact alignment with John’s natal Saturn, which we saw in his natal wheel (first set of wheels above) where Saturn lay directly on the red line.
  • The transiting Moon is at the John’s Descendant.  It is also in the sign of Cancer.  To an astrologer this would indicate that water is a possible resting place.

Mercury has more to say here, however we shall leave that alone for now.

  •  The third wheel (right hand side) at ‘After Dark’ we have the Midheaven aligning with John’s Jupiter  – Jupiter expands/inflates whatever it touches. He would have put up a strong (Jupiter) resistance.
  • We have John’s Saturn at the ascendant of After Dark opposite the Descendant.  He opposed his departure.
  • John’s Uranus and Pluto are at the descendant of After Dark – overpowered.
  • We have transiting Mercury in between (communication in the middle) Trying to talk a way out perhaps?
  • Neptune is at the Nadir – confusion, much is in awry.

We stop at this point, as it appears to be a possible time of the boys demise. 

I am sure that there have been many methods of research done in the past, which I am not aware of.  It is best that I don’t know until my enquiry is completed and so I won’t leave a place for comments below.  Your comments will have to wait until I have published Part 2.

Our next post can explore the Person of Interest and the possible location of the bodies.  By then we will hopefully have the further information, which will assist in my conclusions.