Saturday, April 4, 2020
– Gibbous Moon Phase: Trust, Magic
– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – Cut Firewood, Mow to Increase Growth, Dig Holes, Wax Floors, Kill Plant Pests
– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): Chinnamasta, Goddess who expands the Mind
– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Ian, God of the East, God of Wisdom
– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”
SUN: 16 ARIES – Brownies dancing in the setting sun
EARTH: 16 LIBRA – A boat landing washed away
Tonight at 7:00, I will be interviewed by Phoenix on the Patriot Intel Report on Youtube. We were supposed to talk for a half hour, but just kept going. We discuss a lot of the astrological energetics this month, this astrological year and try to make sense of what some of it means. Here is the link to his channel.
Today begins the Gibbous Moon Phase. Visually, it marks when the moon is growing bigger and about 3/4’s visible and moving towards full.When the sun sets in the Norther hemisphere, you will generally see the moon already risen and about 45 degrees up in the sky from the East.
Gibbous Moon phase is the magical time of the month when manifestation is easiest. People who are born under the Gibbous Moon phase can manifest out of thin air. It’s a mindset of resonance and it is tied to the power of belief. Gibbous is magical.
The question is who will be manifesting what. On the one hand, consider what you intending at the beginning of the month and consider what magic may be inspired right now. This is working with the energy.
On the other hand, this is also a time that those who might be trying to take advantage of the energetics may take initiative. Venus is conjunct the Pleiades. And it is squaring the moon. And Trining the Saturn Mars Conjunction. There is a lot of energy raging. So pay attention
Children’s Day! (in Honk Kong and Taiwan)
Have you ever heard of Children’s Day. I had not until I looked it up. And funny thing. This one was created back in 1925 by the World Conference on Child Welfare in Geneva. It is celebrated all over the place now. The UN declares it on November 20th. Many others it is June 1. Hong Kong and Taiwan it is today.
Looking at it to me, this is a mind bogglingly bizarre observance. This is the kind of political holiday that makes politicians swoon and taxpayers. What is done on these Days? A parade? Confetti? Gatherings? Not really. From what is written, Hong Kong is a footnote about the date, and Taiwan explains the evolution of the Holiday and how it is so important that it had to be merged with Women’s Day.
It sounded like a good idea. Let’s celebrate children and show that people are doing things to promote them. In practice it is just a waste of people’s time, energy and taxpayer money. (my opinion)
More interesting is that it draws attention to Taiwan and Hong Kong. we can imagine them today celebrating Children’s day – At home, Under Lockdown, with facemasks. talking about . . . .
Like with most political things, we might want to consider doing away with this one.