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Oracle Report ~ Saturday, August 29 – Sunday, August 30, 2015

fullFull Moon in Pisces: realization

Goddess of Wisdom: Bhairvi (Goddess Who Fortifies the Heart)

God of Will/Desire: Kathe (God of The South, God of Waves)

Skill: align with faith, potential, recovery, and full light

True Alignments: like-minded people coming together, pioneering, commonality, wild streak, perceiving new levels, new beginnings, charm, rising above, stability, hearing the message, pleasure, release of the past, darkness lifting and lightening up, practice and discipline, talents revealed (perhaps long-forgotten talents), focus, loyalty

Catalysts for Change: dependency, initially having difficulty comprehending (but then gaining insight), crashing, hopeless, giving up on dreams, jealousy, chaos, domination, fear of old traumas returning, hyper-competitive, uncontrolled passions, self-deprecating, strong need to be noticed, uncomfortable, continual re-starts

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month: “a carrier pigeon fulfilling its mission” (divine guidance)

Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “the music of the spheres”

The full light of the Full Moon begins today, along with the blazing light of the element of fire. This Full Moon is the Fire Moon.

Not only is this the Full Moon of the Leo cycle, ruled by the Sun itself and ruler of the element fire, but the Sabian symbols this weekend are all about illumination. The symbols involved with the locations of the planets include the illumination of shafts of light, brilliant sunlight after a storm, the dawning of a new day (beginning), and the enlightenment of a campfire.

For all of the blessings, gifts, and insight that can come from a “Fire Moon,” full light can blind and it can sting. We are aware that this accompanies the engagement of wisdom, and stay the course until our eyes adjust. Continue reading

A Spacey and Spiritual Full Moon

neptuneHenry Seltzer – Saturday’s Full Moon in Pisces is of great interest due to the difficult-to-define outer planet Neptune, which is conjuncted by the Moon at the time of exact, bringing a direct and palpable presence to us of this numinous astrological symbol. This happens at nearly noon on the USA West Coast and 3 hours later in EDT, more of course if further east, to the next day in Australia and New Zealand. Neptune is not an easy energy to grasp. Like the Water element with which it is associated, it defies form and limitations of all kinds, flowing into the spaces where it feels the calling to enter.

Neptune symbolizes other-dimensionality, what is beyond the physical, and as well, the natural compassion that comes when we recognize all men and women to be the substance of our own bodies. In this way of seeing, there is no differentiation; all is One. Because we must concurrently exist in the real world of ego-involvement, to come to peace with the Neptunian archetype is to embrace the paradox of our human existence. We are individual, unalterably separated from our fellow humans, and from God/Nature/Universe; and yet, simultaneously, we are at one with all creation. It was in praise of this undefinable Tao of existence that translator Witter Bynner wrote these words, corresponding to the eighth verse of the Tao Te Ching, the classic Way of Life representing ancient Chinese wisdom: Continue reading

The Non Compliant Challenge – Where Are We?

energyJulian Rose – As the ugly realities of the control system become ever more apparent so does the dialogue increase about what can be done about it. “Non compliance” features prominently as an important tool for counteracting the slide into slavish conformation with the powers that be.

In general, as I see it, there are two main strands of choice available to those who wake up and feel impelled to take a stand: the outward focused activist approach, and the one that favors withdrawal from the system and ceasing to comply with the status quo: “non compliance”. Practicing both at once is a pretty tall order, but not impossible.

In effect, they are two sides of the same coin. Both are valid “actions” to counteract the abysmal slide into slavery. However the activist approach usually demands having one foot in the status quo in order to be effective in “working from the inside” and/or going out to make a stand in defiance of the rape of the planet. Whereas, the non compliance approach makes its stand through refusing to comply with demands of the status quo control system in everyday life.

For the purpose of this piece I am focusing on the “non compliant” side of the coin, but broadening out its scope to encapsulate some elements of the activist agenda which we should all be involved in by now. Pure “non compliance” is, if anything, the tougher of the two consignments.

Let’s start with energy. To be non compliant in this field one needs to start by focusing on one’s own energy. As I say in my book Changing Course for Life:

The amount of outside energy that we seek to utilise in our daily lives is proportionate to the amount of inner energy that remains unrealised in us.

So the main call here is to kick-into a sustained manifestation of one’s own creative energy. The need to suck on technologically processed corporate energy is then immediately lessened. Continue reading

Oracle Report ~ Thursday, August 27, 2015

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“Pet Amazonite” Wasaga Beach, Georgian Bay, Ontario – Photo by Iru

Gibbous Moon in Aquarius: trust; magic

Goddess of Wisdom: Bhairavi (Goddess Who Fortifies the Heart)

God of Will/Desire: Kathe (God of The South; God of Harmonics and Waves)

Skill: extend yourself

True Alignments: heightened awareness and intuition, reflection, stopping and going inside oneself to gain insight, time alone, seeing what was denied or hidden, unity, beautiful forms, the archetypal realm, giving

Catalysts for Change: hung up on perfection, giving up the present and future for the past, giving up, undervaluing people/places/things, confusion, distorted perceptions, fighting the clock, neglect of the body, divide and conquer

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month: “a carrier pigeon fulfilling its mission” (divine intervention and guidance)

Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “the music of the spheres”

As a week of intensive astrological energetics continues, today we have the conjunction of Mercury and the Black Moon. When these two planets come together, it is very important that we watch what comes out of our mouths. It is very easy to wound with words. Most of the time these are things that need to be said, but it is best to consider how and where that would be best. Continue reading

Oracle Report ~ Wednesday, August 26, 2015

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“A carrier pigeon fulfilling its mission” – This month’s mandala by Szabi.

Gibbous Moon in Capricorn: magic, trust

Goddess of Wisdom: Bhairavi (Goddess Who Fortifies the Heart)

God of Desire/Will: Kathe (God of the South)

Skill: open to receiving a message

True Alignments: rest, legends, give and take, common bonds, the fellowship of humanity, resolutions, unity of voices, steady work, ancient wisdom, ease, present in the moment, beauty, fun, social

Catalysts for Change: evasive, not paying enough attention to someone or something, caught or trapped, standing in the way of someone’s growth, hyper-control of words and language, adjustment issues, racism, panic of feeling boxed in, not feeling good enough or worthy, lack of interaction, loss of common sense, fake, appearance taking on too much importance

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month: “a carrier pigeon fulfilling its mission”

Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “the music of the spheres”

The Moon has moved to the Gibbous phase (the phase before the Full Moon) and the energetics switch from “big action” happening with things to “big magic” happening with things.

Each of the phases is active or receptive. The New Moon is when we set intentions and make wishes on stars. It’s active — masculine — energy. The next phase, Crescent, is receptive — feminine energy. As the phases of the Moon change, the dance between being active or receptive flows back and forth. Continue reading

Oracle Report ~ Tuesday, August 25, 2015

black moonFirst Quarter Moon in Capricorn: step out; take action

Goddess of Wisdom: Bhairavi (Goddess Who Fortifies the Heart)

God of Will/Desire: Kathe (God of The South)

Skill: see where things overlap, integrate, and interconnect; see things as a whole

True Alignments: seeing the value of what is perfectly imperfect, connection, patience, satisfaction, loving all the parts of things, high standards of quality, integrating ideas, unification, stillness, resilient, flexible, camaraderie and teams, achievements, noting things for the record, the power of memories

Catalysts for Change: inner loneliness or isolation, focused only on disappointments or how people/places/things have not met unrealistic expectations, fragmentation, perfectionistic, indecisive, self-deprivation, stress, unclear purpose, being afraid to speak up for oneself, rigid routines to maintain a feeling of control

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month: “a carrier pigeon fulfilling its mission”

Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “the music of the spheres”

A series of significant astrological aspects this week continues today with the Black Moon’s entry into Libra, where it will transit until May 16, 2016. The Black Moon in Libra wants us to see what is truly of value so that balance can be restored. It involves inclusion and loving things as a whole, not separating out the parts we don’t like and pretending they don’t exist.

The Black Moon in Libra strives for perfection, the “ideal,” and excellence, and the energy is highly judgmental of self and others. Since today is the first day of the Black Moon in Libra, a strong wave of judgment enters. Inner and outer “rebellions” ensue. Previous parameters, boundaries, rules, ideas, and standards are breached in order to reach better ways.

These are overall themes that will weave through the collective until mid-May, but today the themes may be pronounced since today is the switch from the Black Moon in Virgo into the Black Moon in Libra. Thoughts and feelings about loneliness and isolation may come into view to reveal something. Continue reading