The Astrology of Disappearances: The Cell Phone Call from Deborah Bradley’s Phone

Lisa Irwin(True Crime and Astrology) Much has been made of the cell phones that were found missing at Lisa Irwin’s home the night she disappeared from her crib. Police attempts to locate Lisa or the cell phones have hit a dead end. Lisa’s parents decline separate interviews with the police.

Most frustrating are the shifting stories of Lisa’s parents. At first we were told Deborah Bradley, Lisa’s mother, last checked on the child at 10:30 PM. Then after video was displayed on national media of Deborah buying a box of wine, she recanted that story, saying she put Lisa, a child supposedly suffering from a cold, at bed at 6:40 PM, and then drinking enough wine that she went to bed so drunk she couldn’t remember the details of the night.

Deborah Bradley was untruthful in her initial statements to police. As observed in other blogs the emphasis for this family changed early on from doing what they can to find Lisa to protecting Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin. We can not count on “last seen” statements from Bradley or Irwin because they appear to have their, not Lisa’s interests at stake.

So what is left for astrological analysis? The phone call from Deborah Bradley’s an outbound call is made from Deborah’s Bradley phone. phone at 11:57 PM. Regardless of who made this call it has telling details about Lisa Irwin’s fate.

This chart has the Moon in Capricorn just crossing the seventh house cusp. As stated before, the Moon represents an infant. Interestingly, the asteroid “Child” sits conjunct with the moon at that time. So the Moon represents Lisa. The seventh house represents among other things, brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles in a woman’s chart and losses and bereavement through death, opponents and out in the open enemies.

Capricorn gives clues about the location of Lisa at this time. While Capricorn represents cribs, it also represents cold, dark places and barren, stoney or fallow fields. It can also represent basements and places that are hard to reach, unpleasant to find or unpleasant to smell. Capricorn represents the south wall of a room and places where wood is cut or piled.

The degrees the Moon and Saturn, which are conjunct, add to 15. Coincidentally:

. . . the FBI shared with them about the cell phone ping locations. According to Picerno Deborah’s phone never got further than 1/5 to 1/3 of a mile from the house

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Is the baby 1/5 of a mile, 1.5 miles or 15 miles from her home?

The moon at the cusp of the seventh house indicates a direction due west of where Lisa might be found; in a cold, dark an barren place that is unpleasant to find.

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Astrology chart of 11:57 PM call in Lisa Irwin case

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6 Responses to The Astrology of Disappearances: The Cell Phone Call from Deborah Bradley’s Phone

  1. astro30yrs says:

    I’ve been following your astro work in Lisa Irwin (including “Pluto at the doorstep”), and I am quite disturbed with you making predictions based on Lisa Irwin’s Natal chart without her time of birth (12noon doesn’t cut it). You compromise the accuracy of what you are telling the public. You don’t know if Pluto is at LI doorstep – You don’t even know what her ASC or any of the true house cusps are, or their degrees. You have no business posting analysis on anyone if you don’t even have accurate information about a person’s birth chart, which I shouldn’t have to tell is based on their true accurate time of birth. And you giving the public mis information, especially that her parents are the culprits (they may be, they may not). You certainly don’t know for sure base on the charts you are reading. So stop it.

    • Beth Turnage says:

      Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. I always appreciate the opportunity for honest discussion with my peers.

      I am sure you’ll agree that there are different branches of astrology, Natal, Electional, Mundane, Horary, all employ different methods and only one of them, Natal is based on the rules you state.

      If you notice, the charts I used were event charts, not her birth chart. This is a common and accepted practice in Forensic astrology. Forensic astrology is based on horary techniques. For those who don’t know, horary charts are set for the time of a question. Forensic astrology takes by extension, “last seen” charts.

      I thought I was quite clear on the methods I used, working backward from reported last seen charts to look for trigger events. The concept of trigger events are not new in astrology. Predictions of future events are based on trigger events, such as a transiting planet hitting a progressed or natal planet. If this concept is valid, then it is certainly valid to look backward to see what occurred in the past. Mundane astrologers do it all the time.

      As to Lisa’s parents, I will admit to editorializing a bit when I stated that they appear to be more concerned about their interests than their child’s. I am not alone in this opinion.

      Any astrologer can be wrong, and certainly I am not right all the time. Time will tell the whole story, one truly hopes. However, I stand by my astrological opinions until time or circumstance proves me to be wrong.

      You are, of course, welcome to your opinions.

      Namaste,

      Beth

    • QueenofCups says:

      To astro30yrs – this is Beth’s blog, it is her right to state her own thoughts and editorialize if she wishes. That’s the point of a blog, after all. And she is not alone in her opinions of the parents. Astrology aside, the use of critical thinking alone will find similar conclusions.

      She is not stating facts, merely sharing what she sees and feels based on her experience and knowledge. Any person who claims to be an astrologer should know that methods of interpretation are individual and somewhat subjective. There is no absolute way to read a chart.

      You have the free will to stop reading here, you do not have the right to tell her to stop what she’s doing. She is harming no one.

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  4. michele says:

    Can you look at the Neique Leili case and tell us what you think?

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