Wednesday March 1, 2023
– First Quarter Moon Phase – step out, take action, breaking away, expression
– Moon in GEMINI – Void of Course 8:07 PM – 9:40 PM – Moving to Cancer
– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – March 1 – Bake, Hatch Eggs, Dig Holes, Wax Floors, Cut Firewood, Mow to Increase Growth, Get Married, Cut Hair to Increase Growth, Start Diet to Gain Weight
– Planting Calendar (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – March 1st – 2nd Excellent for sowing seedbeds and flower gardens. Best planting days for aboveground crops, especially peas, beans, cucumbers, and squash where climate permits.
– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): – Kamala – Goddess of Passion
– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Seth – God of the North, God of Enlightenment
– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – New Moon in Pisces SUN/MOON – 02 PISCES: a squirrel hiding from hunters (EARTH – 02 VIRGO: a large white cross dominating the landscape stands alone on top of a high hill )
– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: –“a flock of wild geese”
– SUN – 11 PISCES: men traveling a narrow path seeking illumination
– EARTH – 11 VIRGO: a boy molded in his mother’s aspirations for him
The Doomesday Scenario
I have posed the question many times here on Astrogardens. What do we do when the Shit Hits the Fan (SHTF. It is the subject of Fear Porn everywhere and sold more movie tickets than most other genres.
Each tell it a little different, but the scenario is the same. Cataclysm happens, things fall apart, people die, massive amounts of money spent on special effects, heros are created.
As I am writing this, The Day After Tomorrow is on SciFi. Typical of the genre. It presents some of the best and the worst of it. The special effets are cool. The science makes the audience feel smart. There are lots of heros abd love triangles (sex is always best when the SHTF). While the science seems cool, it is also designed to send a message (it is a 2 hour-long advertisement for the Globalist Climate Change Agenda as it shows the world falling apart cause by . . . man-made climate change.
But political messages aside, I love seeing these movies to see how they depict the reactions of the people as the Shit Hits the Fan. What do they do when everything falls apart. Can they survive.
In previous articles, I called this Resilience. In the first article, I asked the question “What are the psychological barriers that one can construct to protect us from that trauma?” In the second article, I showed some first rate examples of Resilient heroines (Ellen Ripley and Sarah Connor). And even though they survived, there were definite consequences.
And in these worst case scenarios, imagining what is left and how it will be found by generations to come hundreds if not thousands of years from now. The scenes from the end of 2012 talk a lot about this. They have satellite imagery to tell them where in the world they can land. And there is a pointed scene where the character Adrian Helmsley comments that he has brought along a book he happened to be reading named Farewell Atlantis. And for the chance he chose it, it will become part of the historical record that is saved from the cataclysm. If the millions of books out there that perished, this one would be remembered in the Cargo Cult to come.
Prepping for Generations to Come
Which brings us back to how we can move forward. What does our future hold? Are we prepared for it? Are you prepared for it? Have you even thought about it?
The video I shared yesterday offered a lot of science that points to a potential grim future. You can keep on keeping on in this life as if you know nothing. Or you can think about whit you might need to survive.
Astrogardens started as a place to talk about having a garden. Call it soemthing to help learn basic survival skills once it all goes down. We will have to eat. And knowing how to grow and prepare your food will be a valuable talent when you cannot just go to your local supermarket and buy it.
So I will leave you with a message from the same Suspicious0bserver (Ben Davidson).