First Quarter Moon in Aries: step out/take action
Tzolkin: 3 Monkey
Skill: practice flexibility
Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month: “a clown caricaturing well-known personalities” (exaggeration of things to show truth)
Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “fairies dancing in the setting Sun” (transition to Second Renaissance/5D)
Laura Walker – Today, the Sun activates the North and South Nodes and Saturn, giving us a day full of Saturn.
At the higher octave, Saturn offers self-discipline, personal responsibility, orderliness, competence, reliability, harnessing inner resources, and effective systems and structures.
At the lower octave, Saturn offers control issues, hyper criticism of self and others, rigidity, irresponsibility, squandering inner resources, and domineering systems and structures.
Saturn is often said to be the “Lord of Karma” – or the law of cause and effect. The theme of cause and effect is also related to the North and South Nodes, the former ruling the future and the latter ruling the past.
So, today the higher and lower octaves of Saturn also form around the future and the past.
As for the past, the energetics ask us to see if we are searching where nothing remains. Are there any dead end situations that are telling us to move on or move forward? Do we need to put something right or make amends? Is self-forgiveness needed?
As for the future, Is a leap of faith needed? Do we need to take on more or less? Are we appreciating and being supportive of others? Is generalized dissatisfaction holding us back? Today is the perfect day to leave the past, immerse in the present, and plan for the future.
Today’s events foreshadow the big marking point in time that I have been highlighting: the Saturn-Pluto conjunction of January 2020. Things that are happening now will culminate then.
Saturn tends to have us beating up on ourselves, which is usually a step toward rectifying something. The task is to just step up and bypass all of the unnecessary negative self talk and self criticism. Skip to the personal responsibility part. With Saturn, we see that taking personal responsibility pays off.
When the Sun opposes a planet or planets, it brings out their fullest expression. It shines the most amount of light on those energetics, exaggerating them. We want to keep Saturn in its bounds by avoiding harshness and remaining flexible. A flexible Saturn is a powerful thing!
See you tomorrow.
SF Source Oracle Report Jul 2019