Mon Dec 10, 2012, 08:42 PM
magical thyme (8,200 posts)
Sagittarius New Moon: Apocalypse or New World? By Simone Butler · December 9, 2012
A new world is being born as the old one dies. The Mayans weren’t the only ones to foresee this messy but exhilarating process—the Egyptians and Incas held similar beliefs. Many cultures have predicted that a giant wave of cosmic energy would permeate Earth’s atmosphere as the Sun reached our Galactic Center around the 2012 Solstice. To the ancients, the center of the Milky Way galaxy represented the womb of creation, the Great Mother of all. So, rather than an apocalypse to be dreaded, this incoming wave of higher consciousness is more likely a wondrous blessing from the Goddess—a fresh start for those who are ready.
The 2012 Winter Solstice chart (December 21, 2012, at 5:12 a.m. EST), traditionally seen as a snapshot of the year ahead, is quite magical. It contains an exact yod, or Finger of God, between Saturn in Scorpio (karmic clearing), Pluto in Capricorn (natural law), and Jupiter in Gemini (info downloads). And, Neptune in Pisces is sextile the Sun in Capricorn, linking spirituality with the ‘real world.’ Since 2013 also contains amazing “openings” at the Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice (more on those later!), this Winter Solstice seems to be ushering in a life-changing new year. The Solstice can therefore be seen as a gateway into a more loving, connected state of being—by letting go of old karmic patterns and heaviness that have held us back, adhering to natural laws to improve our well-being and that of the Earth, and paying close attention to the info downloads we’re receiving.
Meanwhile, the December 13 Sagittarius New Moon (12:42 a.m. PST) sets the stage for this shift. Only three hours after the Sun and Moon join in inspiring, uplifting Sagittarius, Uranus charges forward in restless Aries after five months of retrograde motion. That’s a double dose of fire to get things moving! Liberating Uranus turning direct often corresponds with exciting, unpredictable events and awakenings. You might arise that morning from a dream that’s shaken you to your core—or suddenly find you’re able to release something that’s been blocking your progress. The Finger of God will be very close to exact at the New Moon, so begin listening for downloads then, as well as on the 17th when messenger Mercury opposes Jupiter and triggers the karmic yod.
3 replies, 961 views
Sagittarius New Moon: Apocalypse or New World? By Simone Butler · December 9, 2012 (Original post)
|magical thyme||Dec 2012||OP|
|magical thyme||Dec 2012||#3|
Response to magical thyme (Original post)
Tue Dec 11, 2012, 12:08 AM
kimmerspixelated (8,423 posts)
1. Oh, I am hoping to release something.
I have felt blocked and stuck, physically and monetarily, but everytime this feelings peaks, I remind myself of my/our divinity. I mean , would a god/goddess,be thinking blanket-yblank thoughts about an irritating relative? Would she/he be feeling less than absolutely grand on this wondrous Earth, right here, right now? It is always our choice to experience how grand we really are. It's not always easy to remember this when we are sad or worried or broke, etc...
Response to kimmerspixelated (Reply #1)
Tue Dec 11, 2012, 07:16 PM
magical thyme (8,200 posts)
3. we are not god/goddesses. we are humans
and until we allow ourselves full human experience and expression, our energy will continue to be blocked.
I think it was Ann Ortelee, writing recently about letting go, who finally phrased it in a way that made sense to me. That when are so completely wrung out and exhausted from the emotional roller coaster that we just numbly cease to care...that is when we finally can completely let go.
That is what resonated with me. That is what I have experienced repeatedly throughout my life. That when I have totally burned up the feeling, to where I just don't give a flying fuck about anything, that is when I finally let go. Rest. And then move forward without the burden of what I was clinging to (usually some expectation not met).