Last Wednesday four Olympic athletes testified during a Capitol Hill hearing about the sexual abuse they suffered as members of the USA gymnastic team. Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney and Maggie Nichols individually described being sexually abused at the hands of USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar and how to this day they remain emotionally scarred. Back in 2018 Nassar was sentenced for over 100 years for multiple sex crimes, including the sexual abuse of over 160 girls and possession of a huge collection of child pornography. Currently it is estimated that at least 368 girls and women were victimized by Nassar.
As absolutely horrifying as Nassar’s actions were, another set of criminal behaviors are being questioned. We generally don’t view “looking the other way” as a crime, but it’s clearly wrong when “our lack of involvement” allows harmful acts to take place. Simone Biles testified before senate. “To be clear, I blame Larry Nassar, but I also blame an entire system that enabled and perpetrated his abuse.” Maggie Nichols asserted “To date, no one from the FBI, the USOPC or USAG has faced federal charges, other than Larry Nassar. For many hundreds of survivors of Larry Nassar, this hearing is one of our last opportunities to get justice.”
Mckayla Maroney explained to the Senate Judiciary Committee that in the summer of 2015 she revealed the details of her abuse to an FBI agent on the phone and then bureau did nothing. “They allowed a child molester to go free for more than a year and this inaction directly allowed Nassar’s abuse to continue.” She added “The agent diminished the significance of my abuse. It made me feel my criminal case wasn’t worth pursuing.” With exasperation she asked “What is the point of reporting abuse if our own FBI agents are going to take it upon themselves to bury that report in a drawer?” Aly Raisman stated that she was disgusted that questions are still being asked six years after the original allegations against Nassar were reported.
“I don’t have a good answer for you” answered back the Director of the FBI, Christopher Wray. He told the gymnasts he was “deeply and profoundly sorry that so many people let you down over and over again.” He added “that on no planet is what happened in this case acceptable.”
#72 FRI PIS
#39 WED GEM
#81 SAT SAG
#66 FRI VIR
Simone Biles was born on a Friday in the zodiac sign of Pisces. Venus is the ruler of her INNER self and Jupiter rules her OUTER self. Individuals with the #72 FRI PIS signature tend to be considerate and kind. They have the capacity to shape their experiences explicitly to their own needs. As a teenager Simone was homeschooled so that she could focus on her gymnastics training.
Aly Raisman was born on a Wednesday in the zodiac sign of Gemini. Both her INNER and OUTER Selves are ruled by Mercury. Individuals with the #39 WED GEM Signature are bright, versatile and verbal. Aly began gymnastics at the age of 18 months and has used her skills to promote various causes. She has made appearances on television, in magazines and a music video.
McKayla Maroney was born on a Saturday in the zodiac sign of Sagittarius. Saturn is the ruler of her INNER Self and Jupiter governs her OUTER Self. People with the #81 SAT SAG Signature are serious with a good sense of humor. Maroney is a strong person and has performed even while injured. She was criticized for a photograph in which she appeared unimpressed with it all.
Maggie Nichols was born on a Friday in the zodiac sign of Virgo. Venus is the ruler of her INNER Self and Mercury governs her OUTER Self. Those with the #66 FRI VIR Signature often have issues regarding appearance or performance. As a collegiate gymnast Nichols was the first to ever complete a Gym Slam scoring a perfect 10.0 on each apparatus and then do it again.
Our Analysis shows that the Dayology signatures of these four individuals are different. Clearly each has her own particular gifts and challenges they have pursued. The connection between these four young women is that each athlete decided to confront the sexual abuse in women’s sports. They share the Mutable Element in their SUN SIGNS. Perhaps only a team of four remarkably conscious and adaptable females could handle the intense pressure of such a public procedure.
These brave gymnasts were among the 100 athletes who received the 2018 Arthur Ashe Courage Award. Recipients reflect the spirit of Ashe, “possessing strength in the face of adversity, courage in the face of peril and the willingness to stand up for their beliefs no matter what the cost.” This award demonstrates that our personal bravery provides gains for everyone.
#65 FRI LEO
Larry Nassar was born on a Friday in the zodiac sign of Leo. Venus is his INNER RULER and the Sun governs his OUTER SELF. Males with the #65 FRI LEO Signature often idealize women, particularly those who create beauty or expresses love. They entertain thoughts of being loved for just themselves, instead of all for the things that can be bought or possessed. Even when these feelings are relatively pure, disappointments in relationships may occur.
There is an obvious lack of planetary connections between Nassar’s Dayology signature and those of the four athletes who accused him of sexual assault in this particular trial. When an absence of similar occurs it means that a true connection is difficult to achieve. Even the two with the same Friday Day Ray, Simone Biles and Maggie Nichols, condemned his attentive behavior in the harshest terms. Another thing to consider is that Friday’s ruler Venus represents all the females who have ever been or ever will be. So Nassar’s behavior is clearly a crime against the feminine gender.
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