A powerful T-Square with Mars at the bottom of the chart squaring Uranus Rising and opposing Pluto on the Midheaven. The last time an aspect like this took place was in December, 1933, with Mars in Capricorn and Pluto in Cancer, and both squaring Uranus in Aries. At that time, Joseph Stalin outlawed homosexuality in the Soviet Union. Today, with a crackdown on Gay activity in Russia, there could be a repeat of Stalin’s path. However, with Pallas, Jupiter and Mercury in Cancer, adding their influence to the square, it could be that the power of publicity may act as a deterrent. The Sun, Vesta, and Ceres trine Uranus may bring support by friends and families of Gay people. The Moon square Neptune could reveal how many religious groups are behind the anti-Gay movement. Venus opposing Chiron might raise questions as to whether these measures are really for the good of the country, or is it part of a regimentation of behavior? Venus trine Pluto and the Midheaven may reveal some romantic secrets. Mercury approaching a square to Eris might raise the kind of questions that would make potential Stalinists back down.