2014’s addition to Oslo’s Nobel Field, its youngest recipient ever – Malala Yousafzai
“Blessed are the Peace Makers, for they will be called Children of God.” – Matthew 5:9
Being a Peace Maker is no easy job.
Within any time frame of Man’s History, Peace Makers have borne immense mantles of responsibility which, to the rest of us, appear to transcend the existential condition of merely being human.
However as this series has shown, those who are instrumental in the process of making Peace seem to be almost “pre-destined” to undertake such seemingly super-human tasks, given the significantly high correlation of specific astrological traits commonly shared among those who have been bestowed The Nobel Peace Prize from times past to the present day.
As observed in Part II, a vast majority of the world’s best known winners of the Nobel Peace Prize have been born with exceptionally heavy concentrations of planets placed within the Cardinal signs of either Aries, Cancer, Libra, or Capricorn.
The co-recipients of 2014’s Nobel Peace Prize are no exception to this astrological rule.
Like the vast majority of those revered individuals who have won before them, the winners of 2014’s Nobel Peace Prize bear the same cosmic markings of the globally influencing Peace Maker – Malala Yousafzai being born with the Sun in Cancer and the Moon in the Justice loving sign of Libra, and with Kailash Satyarthi entering this plane of existence when the Sun was in Capricorn and the Moon in the Freedom fighting sign of Aries.
But that’s not Nobel all, folks!
Even more cosmically confounding, not only does Malala possess the same uncommon attributes as her fellow Peace Prize Winners, her astrological foundation exceeds them.
Malala Yousafzai was born a “Triple” Cardinal personality.
Said in a different but just as equally special way in esoteric terms, at the time of her birth the three main astrological components which comprise Ms. Yousafzai’s overall sense of “self” were each placed in Cardinal signs, with the Moon being positioned in the sign of Libra, along with the Sun and the Horizon, or “Rising Sign” both being placed in the sign of Cancer.
Referring to all things “Cardinal”, to directly quote what was previously discussed in Part II the astrological quality of Carindality optimally functions in anything brand spanking new:
“There are three astrological “qualities” – Cardinal, Fixed, and Mutable. The Cardinal signs of Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn, mark those particular times of year when each of the Four Seasons of Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall begin. Since they take place in synch with the advent of a new Season, the Cardinal signs function best when things are perceived to be original, fresh, and never before tried.”
Part II of this series also specified that the exceptionally high number of Nobel Prize Laureates being born as Double Cardinal personalities makes sense both cosmically and literally, given the actions deserving of such noteworthy merit are almost always never before experienced, and/or were notable firsts of their kind.
It must be emphasized how statistically infrequent it is for a person to be born as a “double Cardinal”. Even with that said, it would appear as if the Universe is inherently grooming Ms. Yousafzai to be the living embodiment of Cardinal energy, when realizing how even more rare of an astrological event it is for a person to be born with a 3 fold concentration of any of the three astrological qualities of Fixed, Mutable, and of course, Cardinal.
Despite her incredibly young age, Malala Yousafzai’s actions have grabbed the attentions of much of the modern world by being noticeably unique in a most specifically Cardinal kind of way.
With the global concept of girls’ education being her driving passion, at the ripe old age of 17 Malala’s life has already begun to set itself apart from the rest of today’s global masses by being marked with a series of “firsts”:
– The first Pakistani child to report with their own blog series on the BBC. (Your author has been following Malala’s blogs when she first began reporting them internationally over the radio at the age of 11.)
– The first Pakistani girl to voice public opposition as an individual against the restrictive policies and regulations imposed by the Taliban.
– Repeat the aforementioned “first” followed by the words “and survived”.
And lest we not forget Malala Yousafzai is the first citizen from her native Pakistan to have been bestowed a Nobel Peace Prize, along with the Nobel fact this most remarkable of teenagers bears the unique distinction of being the youngest person to ever receive this most prestigious of global accolades, as well.
The Lunar Peace Maker
“If you go anywhere, even paradise, you will miss your home.” – Malala Yousafzai, Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Cancerian
In Astrology, Earth’s only satellite shares equal billing with the mighty Sun itself, and wields far more influence over the residents of this particular planet than any of the other planetary residents of our Solar System.
The Astrological Moon rules over the things in Life that personally matter to us most. Things held closest and dear to our hearts, but wouldn’t necessarily be obvious to the outside world, such as ties held with our families, parents (especially dear old Mom), and the emotional attachments each of us has with our homes, neighborhoods, even our country through the sentiment of Patriotism.
Earth’s satellite also oversees the factors which have contributed to the formation of who we are today, for better or worse, such as one’s Past, one’s History, even one’s ancestral lineage or Heritage. Lastly, the brightest heavenly body in the evening sky astrologically represents one’s nurturing and/or feminine energies, regardless of gender and is associated with anything keenly focused on girls, women, and motherhood.
As mentioned in Part I, the flag of Malala Yousafzai’s native country of Pakistan displays a Star and interestingly enough, a Crescent Moon, symbols which hearken back to a time when most of the Islamic World was united beneath the vast domain of the Ottoman Empire.
For the Moon ruled Cancerian, issues regarding their basic security are of the utmost importance. Malala Yousafzai’s problems all began at home, quite literally, when Taliban forces invaded her hometown in the Swat Valley and proceeded to dictate the outlets of education for girls would be greatly restricted and eventually abolished altogether.
The path of this particular Peace Maker was laid before her early on in life by involving the core themes of “Home”, “the Past”, and “Security”, when an extremely frustrated Pakistani schoolgirl began to fiercely defend her core right to be educated by telling all the world about the injustices happening to both her and her female peers, beginning with the BBC at 11 years old.
Malala’s fight now has expanded to champion the educational rights of young girls around the world, especially those who hold little to no power to defend themselves.
Home. Security. Girls. The Past. – All Cancerian key words.
A Triple Cardinal “First”
Malala Yousafzai’s “Sweet Seventeen” in 2014 was anything but typical. Instead of hosting a dance party or going on an extended shopping spree, this remarkable teenager spent her 17th birthday on July 12th traveling to Nigeria, where in April of that same year over 200 schoolgirls were kidnapped by the terrorist group, Boko Haram, whose aim is to eradicate Western education, especially for girls.
From a Cardinal signed dynamic, Malala’s Nigerian trip achieved a most momentous of “Firsts”. After meeting with the parents of the missing school girls, the Triple Cardinal signed teenager then officially met with Nigeria’s President, Goodluck Jonathan, who following his conference with the young Peace Maker proceeded to publicly announce he would be meeting with the missing girls’ parents….for the first time since their abduction.
A Sign of Peace soon to Come
2014’s Nobel Peace Prize was atypical by virtue of it having two co-recipients, both being international champions for the rights of children – Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi.
Every sign of the Zodiac has its polar opposite. Cancer’s polar opposite sign is the Cardinal Earth sign of Capricorn. In astrological theory, joining together the energies of polar opposite signs creates an atmosphere of peaceful union when considering the overall perspective of things has expanded by becoming more holistically well-rounded.
Ms. Yousafzai’s and Mr. Satyarthi’s personal backgrounds are as diametrically different as can be with her being a Muslim from Pakistan and him being a Hindu from India.
Both Peace Makers come from countries long known to be in warring opposition of each other, however both of 2014’s Nobel Peace Prize Winners are also astrological polar opposites to the exact astrological degree with her Cancerian birth of July 12 and his Capricorn birth of January 11th.
To quote the Triple Cardinal signed teenager from a press conference after first being told she had won the Nobel Peace Prize:
“This is not the end of this campaign which I have started, this is really the beginning.”
With 2014’s most acclaimed Peace Makers being two modern day saints born beneath polar opposite Cardinal signs, the Heavens may be indicating that a new Era of Peace could begin much sooner than we realize.
The warring sides of Man are cosmically united with the sharing of 2014’s Nobel Peace Prize. One Nobel winner being a Cancerian Pakistani Muslim and the other being an Indian Hindu born beneath the polar opposite sign of Capricorn to the exact degree.
The flag of Malala’s native Pakistan bears the star and Crescent Moon symbols of the Ottoman Empire. Because of her Cancer Ascendant, the Moon rules over Malala’s entire birth chart and thus is the heavenly body which influences her life path most.
Being the Triple Cardinal force of action and energy that she is, Malala Yousafzai is a Peace Maker of Firsts, such as having Nigeria’s President publicly agree to meet for the first time with the parents of Boko Haram’s abducted schoolgirls.
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