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Friday March 12, 2021

Friday March 12, 2021

– Balsamic Moon Phase – release, transform, healing, prepare for the new

– Moon in Pisces

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –  March 11th – 12th – Brew Beer, Can Fruits and Vegetables, Potty Train, Wean, Mow to Slow Growth, Castrate Farm Animals, Get Married

– Gardening tips  (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –  March 11th – 12th – Good for planting cucumbers, melons, pumpkins, and other vine crops. Set strawberry plants. Good days for transplanting. Favorable days for planting beets, carrots, radishes, salsify, turnips, peanuts, and other root crops.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): All hands on Deck

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Seth, God of the North

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – New Moon in Aquarius: “A man turning his back on his passions and teaching from his experience” (& A yogi with transcendent powers yet untidy and unkempt)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN: 23 PISCES: a “materializing medium” giving a séance

EARTH: 23 VIRGOA lion tamer rushes fiercely into the circus arena

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Thursday March 11, 2021

Thursday March 11, 2021

– Balsamic Moon Phase – release, transform, healing, prepare for the new

– Moon in Aquarius Void of Course 10:30 PM 3/10 – 9:44 AM 3/11 moving to Pisces

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –  March 11th – 12th – Brew Beer, Can Fruits and Vegetables, Potty Train, Wean, Mow to Slow Growth, Castrate Farm Animals, Get Married

– Gardening tips  (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –  March 11th – 12th – Good for planting cucumbers, melons, pumpkins, and other vine crops. Set strawberry plants. Good days for transplanting. Favorable days for planting beets, carrots, radishes, salsify, turnips, peanuts, and other root crops.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): All hands on Deck

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Seth, God of the North

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – New Moon in Aquarius: “A man turning his back on his passions and teaching from his experience” (& A yogi with transcendent powers yet untidy and unkempt)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN: 22 PISCES: A prophet bringing down the new law from Mount Sinai

EARTH: 22 VIRGO:  Royal coat of arms enriched with precious stones

The Prophet, The Laws, precious stones and the Royals. Now how does all this relate to today?

The Silly Royals have been in the news distracting us all from valuable and interesting things happening that actually matter. In the US, the New Government used its majority power to force through an insane spending plan and ghastly new powers it is trying to vote for itself. In the Middle East, that same US government has realigned itself with the factions it supported back under Obama – let the bombs fly again. China has offered its incredible acumen at getting involved in people’s personal business to be the World’s travel monitor for Coronavirus. And the media is whitewashing the whole thing and painting pretty pink flowers on it as well.

So while the English Monarchy tries to fend off accusations or RACISM (when and by whom was that particular card played in the past?), I think the Windsors may be secretly celebrating the diversion from Prince Andrew getting caught playing in the Nursery again.

Oh so many dirty little secrets being played in the upper echelon’s of Elite Society. Do you watch? Is it another diversionary tactic? Will the Law be enforced? Common Law? Natural Law? And whose family jewels will be kicked next?

As of this final writing, the moon is back on course and residing in Pisces. – where it will be New Again on Saturday. Lots to be watching for in this final month of the Astrological year.

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Wednesday March 10, 2021

Wednesday March 10, 2021

– Balsamic Moon Phase – release, transform, healing, prepare for the new

– Moon in Aquarius Void of Course 10:30 PM – 9:44 AM moving to Pisces

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –  March 9th – 10th – Jar Jams/Jellies, Cut Hair to Slow Growth, Quit Smoking, Start Diet to Lose Weight, Potty Train, Wean, Paint, Wash Wooden Floors, Kill Plant Pests, Dig Post Holes, Harvest, Mow to Slow Growth, Castrate Farm Animals, Host a Party

– Gardening tips  (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –  March 9th – 10th – A barren period, best suited for killing plant pests. Do plowing and cultivating.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): All hands on Deck

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Seth, God of the North

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – New Moon in Aquarius: “A man turning his back on his passions and teaching from his experience” (& A yogi with transcendent powers yet untidy and unkempt)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN: 21 PISCES: A little white lamb, a child, and a Chinese servant

EARTH: 21 VIRGOA girls’ basketball team

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Tuesday March 9, 2021

Tuesday March 9, 2021

– Balsamic Moon Phase – release, transform, healing, prepare for the new

– Moon in Aquarius

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –  March 9th – 10th – Jar Jams/Jellies, Cut Hair to Slow Growth, Quit Smoking, Start Diet to Lose Weight, Potty Train, Wean, Paint, Wash Wooden Floors, Kill Plant Pests, Dig Post Holes, Harvest, Mow to Slow Growth, Castrate Farm Animals, Host a Party

– Gardening tips  (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –  March 9th – 10th – A barren period, best suited for killing plant pests. Do plowing and cultivating.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): All hands on Deck

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Seth, God of the North

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – New Moon in Aquarius: “A man turning his back on his passions and teaching from his experience” (& A yogi with transcendent powers yet untidy and unkempt)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN: 20 PISCES: A table set for an evening meal

EARTH: 20 VIRGOA caravan of cars headed for promised lands

From Laura Walker’s email post yesterday:

On Tuesday, we will enter the Balsamic Moon phase of this cycle, which is also the one that is leads us into the Pisces New Moon.  Balsamic Moon phase of the incoming to the New Moon in Pisces is the last of the zodiac, the last of the Year of 2020, the End of the Old World.

It really is the beginning.  The future embraces us.

We enter the balsamic phase of this lunar month today. And its time to reflect and prepare for the final lunar phase of the year. Good time to ground and meditate. Consider where you have been over the past year and prepare for the final stretch.

As part of my own journey through this year, it was my plan to write more. With Astrogardens, I focus on astrology, gardening, and preparing for the apocalypse. And seeing the state of affairs in the world, I fear that we are closing in on the potential for apocalypse. If you are intereted in this rabbit hole, please enjoy my latest installment about World War 3 – and specifically about the Battle of Wall Street going on as we speak. Read it here:

 

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Saturday August 15, 2020

Saturday August 15, 2020

– Balsamic Moon Phase – release, transform, healing, forgiveness, prepare for the new

– Moon in Cancer

– Sun in Leo 

– Mars is Square to Pluto through August 15th

– Retrograde Planets:  Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Chiron

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – August 14th – 16th  Can Fruits and Vegetables, Mow to Slow Growth, Brew Beer, Get Married

– Gardening tips  (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –  August 14th – 16th – Plant seedbeds and flower gardens. Good days for transplanting. Most favorable days for planting beets, onions, turnips, and other root crops.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): Dhumavati (The Goddess Who Winnows) –

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Kathe, God of the South, God of Experience

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – 1st New moon in Cancer: “On a ship, sailors lower an old flag and raise a new one” (& Earth An Indian chief claims power from the assembled tribe)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – 2nd New moon in Cancer: “a Greek muse weighing newborn twins in golden scales” (& Earth – “a woman reading tea leaves”)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN:  24 LEO: Totally concentrated upon inner spiritual attainment, a man is sitting in a state of
complete neglect of his body

EARTH:  24 AQUARIUS: A man turning his back on his passions, teaches deep wisdom from his
experience

What might CS Lewis say of our new COVID19 situation?

Here’s what he said in 1948 about the mental shift required by living with the threat of the atomic bomb:

“We think a great deal too much of the atomic bomb. “How are we to live in an atomic age?” I am tempted to reply: “Why, as you would have lived in the sixteenth century when the plague visited London almost every year, or as you would have lived in a Viking age when raiders from Scandinavia might land and cut your throat any night; or indeed, as you are already living in an age of cancer, an age of syphilis, an age of paralysis, an age of air raids, an age of railway accidents, an age of motor accidents.

In other words, do not let us begin by exaggerating the novelty of our situation. Believe me, dear sir or madam, you and all whom you love were already sentenced to death before the atomic bomb was invented: and quite a high percentage of us were going to die in unpleasant ways. We had, indeed, one very great advantage over our ancestors—anesthetics; but we have that still.  It is perfectly ridiculous to go about whimpering and drawing long faces because the scientists have added one more chance of painful and premature death to a world which already bristled with such chances and in which death itself was not a chance at all, but a certainty.

This is the first point to be made: and the first action to be taken is to pull ourselves together. If we are all going to be destroyed by an atomic bomb, let that bomb when it comes find us doing sensible and human things—praying, working, teaching, reading, listening to music, bathing the children, playing tennis, chatting to our friends over a pint and a game of darts—not huddled together like frightened sheep and thinking about bombs. They may break our bodies (a microbe can do that) but they need not dominate our minds.”
— “On Living in an Atomic Age” (1948)

I found this great piece by CS Lewis (of Narnia and Screwtape fame)  on Facebook and wanted to share it here. It felt like the same kind of wisdom expressed in the Sabians today – philosophical musings. But timely in a number of ways.

FIRST – COVID 19. Ehough said. The piece spoke directly to the fear that has been foisted upon us through this global plandemic. Reread that third paragraph a few times

SECOND – I have finally finished a long book series that has been taking a lot of my time over the last 8 months. It was the 14 Book epic Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan. Though it has its ups and downs, fight between light and darkness. It is at its heart just a 10,000 + page story about a group of teenagers who save the world with light triumphing over darkness, with magic. It was fun and it was the second time I have read it. This time I listened to it on Audible so I could listen in the car and while doing the dishes and the like. But it was fun and time consuming.

Now that it is done, I am on to bigger and better things? No just other things. So I wanted to get into anther book series. It would be one of two. I allowed my wife to choose randomly either A or B. She chose A, which meant HARRY POTTER! And where Wheel of Time was mostly just edge of your seat fun and amazing battle sequences, Potter offers me opportunities for insightful thoughts and Commentary.

THIRD – Defense Against the Dark Arts – A year or so ago, I wrote a series of articles on the subject of The Dark Arts. Examples directly from the Harry Potter – and then relating them to life here on Earth. In scrolling through my draft articles, I found 5 articles that I never finished, that I will resurrect. Also I have a list of other fun topics to cover.

If you are interested, the DADA articles are all still here on Astrogardens.com. Just click the DADA tab at the top to find them.

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Friday July 17, 2020

Friday July 17, 2020

– Balsamic Moon Phase – release, transform, healing, forgiveness, prepare for the new

– Moon in Gemini

– Moon Void of Course 5:14 PM – 12:48 AM Entering Cancer

– Sun in Cancer 

– Retrograde Planets:  Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Chiron

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – July 16-17 –Cut Hair to Slow Growth, Mow to Slow Growth, Harvest, Quit Smoking, Wash Wooden Floors, Buy a Car, Host a Party, Write, Kill Plant Pests

– Gardening tips  (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –July 16th – 17th – Poor days for planting, seeds tend to rot in ground.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): Dhumavati (The Goddess Who Winnows) –

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Kathe, God of the South, God of Experience

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month: “On a ship, sailors lower an old flag and raise a new one” (& Earth An Indian chief claims power from the assembled tribe)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN:  26 CANCER: Guests are reading in the library of luxurious home

EARTH:  26 CAPRICORN: A nature spirit dancing in the mist of a waterfall

Balsamic Phase

During Balsamic, we release anything that we what we do not want or need to carry with us into the impending lunar month.  Cleansing waters of consciousness flood the field with breaking waves to refresh and renew.

The veils between the worlds are thinnest during Balsamic Moon phase.  Spirit is breathtakingly close.  It is a beautiful thing if we are able to let go of the controls.  A higher power seeks to untangle us from restrictions so that we can begin anew with the New Moon. 

 

Follow up from last weekend’s post about the Article in Harper’s. I was not the only one to comment on that article. The Left seems to be coming to Jesus about their odd attitudes toward Free Speech. The NYTimes has an oped that I am copying completely – as they so often guard their content:

 

Do Progressives Have a Free Speech Problem?

The illiberal left is a lot less threatening than the right. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.

Credit…Bryan Denton for The New York Times

An acquaintance came to me a few weeks ago with the rough draft of a letter about free speech and asked me to sign. I declined, in part because it denounced “cancel culture.” As I wrote in an email, the phrase “‘cancel culture,’ while it describes something real, has been rendered sort of useless because it’s so often used by right-wing whiners like Ivanka Trump who think protests against them violate their free speech.”

A little later my acquaintance came back to me with a new version, which didn’t mention “cancel culture.” Like the people who wrote the letter, I think left-wing illiberalism is a problem, though I’ve mostly stopped writing about it since Donald Trump was elected, because it seems like complaining about a bee sting when you have Stage IV cancer.

So I signed. The statement, published in Harper’s Magazine as “A Letter on Justice and Open Debate,” spawned takes and countertakes, most of them, despite my modest effort, about “cancel culture.”

At first I avoided wading into discourse about what’s now called the Letter. It seemed self-indulgent to write about media angst when the country is self-immolating because of unchecked disease and an economic catastrophe that’s about to get much worse. But as the debate over free speech grew and grew, I started to think I was using the burning world as an excuse to avoid personal discomfort.

From my (privileged) vantage point, several things are happening simultaneously. The mass uprising following the killing of George Floyd has led to a necessary expansion of the boundaries of mainstream speech. Space has been created for daring left-wing ideas, like abolishing the police, that were once marginalized. Cultural institutions are reckoning with the racism that leads to mostly white leadership.

At the same time, a climate of punitive heretic-hunting, a recurrent feature of left-wing politics, has set in, enforced, in some cases, through workplace discipline, including firings. It’s the involvement of human resources departments in compelling adherence with rapidly changing new norms of speech and debate that worries me the most.

In her scathing rejoinder to the Letter in The Atlantic, Hannah Giorgis wrote, “Facing widespread criticism on Twitter, undergoing an internal workplace review, or having one’s book panned does not, in fact, erode one’s constitutional rights or endanger a liberal society.”

This sentence brought me up short; one of these things is not like the others. Anyone venturing ideas in public should be prepared to endure negative reviews and pushback on social media. Internal workplace reviews are something else. If people fear for their livelihoods for relatively minor ideological transgressions, it may not violate the Constitution — the workplace is not the state — but it does create a climate of self-censorship and grudging conformity.

One of the more egregious recent examples of left-wing illiberalism is the firing of David Shor, a data analyst at the progressive consulting firm Civis Analytics. Amid the protests over Floyd’s killing, Shor was called out online for tweeting about work by Omar Wasow, an assistant professor of politics at Princeton, that shows a link between violent protest in the 1960s and Richard Nixon’s vote share.

It should be said that many people on the left, including some who are often dismissive of the idea of left-wing illiberalism, condemned Shor’s firing. Surely one reason this episode has been invoked so often is that there aren’t many comparable examples of such obvious social justice overreach.

Still, there’s no question that many people feel intimidated. John McWhorter, an associate professor of English and comparative literature at Columbia who signed the Harper’s Letter, told me that in recent days he’s heard from over 100 graduate students and professors, most of them left of center, who fear for their professional prospects if they get on the wrong side of left-wing opinion.

Some on the left have argued, fairly, that those worried about people losing their jobs for running afoul of progressive orthodoxies should do more to strengthen labor protections, since all sorts of employees are vulnerable to capricious termination.

In a much-discussed essay on what he called “reactionary liberalism,” The New Republic’s Osita Nwanevu wrote, “In practice, workers of all stripes often lack the means and opportunity to defend themselves from unjust firings⁠ — all the more reason for those preoccupied with ‘cancel culture’ and social media-driven dismissals to support just-cause provisions and an end to at-will employment.”

This is true; as Zaid Jilani wrote recently, “If it were harder for employers to fire people for frivolous reasons, Americans would have less reason to fear that expressing their views might cost them their livelihoods.” But it seems strange to me to argue that in the absence of better labor law, the left is justified in taking advantage of precarity to punish people for political disagreements.

None of this is an argument for a totally laissez-faire approach to speech; some ideas should be stigmatized.

I recently spoke to Wasow about the reaction to Shor tweeting his paper. “Much of what we call ‘cancel culture’ is just culture,” he said. “Culture has boundaries. Every community has boundaries. Those boundaries are always shifting. In the age of the internet, they move faster, and therefore where those boundaries are is less clear and less stable, and it makes it easier for people to cross those lines.”

But it’s a problem when the range of proscribed speech is so wide that the rules are hard to even explain to those not steeped in left-wing mores.

Writing in the 1990s, at a time when feminists like Catharine MacKinnon sought to curtail free speech in the name of equality, the great left-libertarian Ellen Willis described how progressive movements sow the seeds of their own destruction when they become censorious. It’s impossible, Willis wrote, “to censor the speech of the dominant without stifling debate among all social groups and reinforcing orthodoxy within left movements. Under such conditions a movement can neither integrate new ideas nor build support based on genuine transformations of consciousness rather than guilt or fear of ostracism.”

It’s not always easy to draw a clear line between what Willis described as “reinforcing orthodoxy” and agitating to make language and society more democratic and inclusive. As Nicholas Grossman pointed out in Arc Digital, most signatories to the Letter probably agree that it’s a good thing that the casual use of racist and homophobic slurs are no longer socially acceptable. “But those changes came about through private sanction, social pressure and cultural change, driven by activists and younger generations,” he wrote.

Willis reminds us that when these changes were happening, the right denounced them as violations of free expression. Of the conservative campaign against political correctness in the 1990s, she wrote, “Predictably, their valid critique of left authoritarianism has segued all too smoothly into a campaign of moral intimidation,” one “aimed at demonizing egalitarian ideas, per se, as repressive.”

The same is happening today; the president throws tantrums about “cancel culture” while regularly trying to use the power of the state to quash speech he dislikes. Because Trump poisons everything he touches, his movement’s hypocritical embrace of the mantle of free speech threatens to devalue it, turning it into the rhetorical equivalent of “All Lives Matter.”

But to let this occur is to surrender what has historically been a sacred left-wing value. One reason many on the right want to be seen as free speech defenders is that they understand that the power to break taboos can be even more potent than the power to create them. Even sympathetic people will come to resent a left that refuses to make distinctions between deliberate slurs, awkward mistakes and legitimate disagreements. Cowing people is not the same as converting them.

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Michelle Goldberg has been an Opinion columnist since 2017. She is the author of several books about politics, religion and women’s rights, and was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize for public service in 2018 for reporting on workplace sexual harassment issues. @michelleinbklyn
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Friday June 19, 2020

Friday June 19, 2020

– Balsamic Moon Phase: release, transform, healing, forgiveness, prepare for the new

– Moon in Gemini

– Sun in Gemini 

– Retrograde Planets: Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – June 18th – 20th  –Cut Hair to Slow Growth, Mow to Slow Growth, Harvest, Quit Smoking, Wash Wooden Floors, Buy a Car, Host a Party, Write, Kill Plant Pests

– Gardening tips  (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – June 18th – 20th –Seeds planted now tend to rot in ground.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): Bagalamukhi (The Storm-Calmer) – All are on Duty this month but Bagalamukhi is taking the lead.

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Ian, God of the East, God of Wisdom

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month: “The garden of the Tuileries in Paris” (& Two men playing Chess)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN: 29 GEMINI – The first mocking bird of spring sings from the tree top

EARTH: 29 SAGITTARIUS – A fat boy mowing the lawn

Happy Juneteenth! You will here more and more about this day as time passes. It is the latest in a string of celebrations that people are latching onto in order to rewrite the history books.

And I think it is another that that we can credit President Trump for drawing attention to. Let’s set the stage:

3 months of Pandemic – everybody is locked in.

George Floyd is killed by police – protests and riots ensue

“Racial Unrest” around the world – effectively ending the Plandemic lockdown

Huge crowds of protesters March, Destroy and Kill (yes kill) in the name of justice.

States begin to move to open up – some more quickly than others (why not, the Riots showed anyone could go outside and protest without worry.

The President plans his first political rally in 4 months in Kansas on June 19th

OUTRAGE! How dare he gather people together during a pandemic – and WORSE desecrating the sacred observance of Juneteenth!!!

All Roads Lead to Trump.

So what exactly is Juneteenth, besides a comic word jumble? Juneteenth is a celebration for the official end of Slavery. June 19, 1865.

It was marked in Galveston, Texas, months after the end of the Civil War (April 9th, 1865). The story goes that it was the day Union Troops arrived in Galveston, Texas and brought the official proclamation to the State of Texas that the Civil War was over – ending Slavery.

Point out some of the dates that it is not:

January 1, 1863 – Date of the Emancipation Proclamation (Executive Order freeing all slaves).

or

July 9, 1868 – Date of ratification of the 14th Amendment.

I guess it is no worse than a lot of the other holidays that land on a Monday (Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day). As I just read, there is an official reason for that. It’s called the Uniform Monday holiday Act of 1968.

The Uniform Monday Holiday Act (Pub.L. 90–363, 82 Stat. 250, enacted June 28, 1968) is an Act of Congress that moved permanently to a Monday three Federal holidays in the United States — Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, and Labor Day — and that made Columbus Day a federal holiday, also permanently on a Monday. This created long weekends with three days off ending with the holidays, such as Memorial Day Weekend and Labor Day Weekend.

Yes, this is our Government at work.

Well, anyways, the popularity of this observance has ebbed and flowed over the last 130 years. It has been strongest in Texas. It picked up in 1968 (can we say MLK and Bobby Kennedy killed and Civil Rights). And then again in the 1980s. But frankly, I had never heard of it until . . . TRUMP tried to hold a rally on June 19th – after the race riots.

So the moral of this story . . .

We may have to wait until next year to see what the fallout of this is. Will we see Father’s Day as a 4 Day weekend – Father’s Day Sunday and Juneteenth Monday? Maybe its time to call a bookine in Vegas to see if they have laid odds.

 

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Tuesday May 19, 2020

Tuesday May 19, 2020

– Balsamic Moon Phase: release, transform, healing, forgiveness, prepare for the new

– Moon in Aries 

– Moon Void of Course – 4:33 PM – 10:10PM – Moving to Taurus

– Sun in Taurus

– Black Moon Day – May 17-19

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – 19th – 21st Mow to Slow Growth, Dig Post Holes, Jar Jams/Jellies, Paint, Get Married, Advertise to Sell, Ask for Loan

– Gardening tips  (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – May 19th-21st –  Good days for transplanting. Root crops that can be planted now will yield well.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): Tara – Goddess Who Guides

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Ian, God of the East, God of Wisdom

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month: “The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow”

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN: 29 TAURUS – Two cobblers working at a table

EARTH: 29 SCORPIO – An Indian woman pleading to chief for the lives of her children

Second day under the same energetics of 29 degrees Taurus and Scorpio.

This are completing to day. The energetics, the Moon in Aries, The Black moon day. In the Balsamic moon phase – as dreaming time as well

I think of it as lifting and changing. So what’s lifting and changing in your world. Some time for contemplation may be good.

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Saturday, April 18, 2020

Saturday, April 18, 2020

– Balsamic Moon Phase: Complete, Revise, Realign

– Moon in Pisces

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – Can Fruits and Vegetables, Mow to Slow Growth, Castrate Farm Animals, Wean, Potty Train, Brew Beer, Get Married

– Gardening tips April 17-19 (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –Set strawberry plants. Excellent for any vine crops, such as beans, peas, and cucumbers. Good days for transplanting. Favorable days for planting root crops.

– 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: 29 ARIES – The music of the spheres

EARTH: 29 LIBRA –  Mankind’s vast enduring effort to reach for knowledge transferable from
generation to generation