Saturday, October 20, 2012

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Saturn in Scorpio 2012 - 2015


Saturn has moved into Scorpio for the first time in nearly 30 years.
Saturn is the planet that structures our lives and instills the values of achievement and responsibility.  For this reason it is known as the Celestial Taskmaster and often gets a bad rap from astrologers.  When prominently placed in the birthchart Saturn often brings hardship and challenge, especially in the younger years.  Saturn transits typically bring delays and disappointments and tests of our endurance.
Yet astronomers consider Saturn to be the “jewel of the solar system,” and Saturn’sastrological gifts are many.  Saturn takes about two and a half years to transit a sign and it’s entire orbital cycle is 28-30 years.  During the time Saturn travels through each sign of the zodiac, it creates new structures and challenges for the areas of life governed by that sign.  For example, Saturn has recently ended a trip through Libra, the sign of marriage and beauty, and both of these ideas have been in the forefront of human experience.
So what can we expect with Saturn in Scorpio?  Scorpio deals with the underworld of life – the areas of the psyche and human experience which require courage and tenacity to traverse.  There is no superficiality with Scorpio – no casual pleasure or enjoyment.  Scorpio also deals with intimacy, particularly sexuality – areas of life where we must surrender our own ego in order to merge into an experience that is greater than our individual selves.
Because of Scorpio’s association with sexuality, Saturn traveling through Scorpio is likely to bring up issues of a sexual nature.  Saturn was last in Scorpio between 1982 and 1985 as the AIDS epidemic was just beginning (Pluto had also just entered Scorpio which accelerated the intensity of the epidemic and its effect on human experience).
Saturn in Scorpio will force us into the underworld to face our demons, but it’s important to remember that the greatest treasures can be found there.  Diamonds, rubies, emeralds – all require mining beneath the surface of the earth.  The same is true of our psyche and our soul, and Saturn will hold our feet to the fire to ensure that we do the work required in order to enjoy the fruits of our labor.  More than any other sign, Saturn does reward our hard work with material  gifts.
Saturn and Pluto are in what’s called “mutual reception” now.  Saturn is in Scorpio, ruled by Pluto, and Pluto is in Capricorn, ruled by Saturn.  This binds the effect of the two planets together for the next few years which may seem somewhat terrifying when we think about these two planets as being the Lords of Death (Saturn was considered the Lord of Death before Pluto’s discovery when Pluto took on that role).  And it’s true that if you look upon life as a superficial journey of fun and parties, this will not be an easy time.  Then again, the “easy time” really ended back in 2008 when Pluto left Sagittarius for Capricorn, stripping our lives of superficialities that lacked a solid foundation.
But if you are on a journey of self-discovery and fulfillment, this is an incredible time as the barriers towards self-awareness are stripped away and we find the real jewels of our personal resources: our inner strength and the root of our soul’s power.  This is a period of shamanic transformation: of awakening the inner spirit and releasing it to fly freely and unencumbered by illusion.  Pluto and Saturn are not only in mutual reception, but they are in a harmonious sextile to each other offering support and encouragement in the process.
We will be further aided in this process by a series of harmonious planetary cycles linking Saturn to other planetary gods.  Saturn is currently in a harmonious trine to Neptune and Chiron which helps us to link our ideals and spiritual experience (Neptune) with the more practical aspects of our lives (Saturn) and facilitates the healing of old wounds (Chiron).  This system of support will remain in effect throughout the middle of 2014 and help us to move through whatever blocks and useless patterns may be holding us back.
If we are already well on our way on the spiritual journey, this will be an incredibly exciting and rewarding time.  Saturn and Pluto both offer the gifts of strength: Saturn’s gift is endurance, and Pluto’s is empowerment.  True personal power is only given to us as the hold of the ego is diminished, and the losses that will be experienced while Saturn is in Scorpio will help to dissolve the hold of the personality that blocks us from our true selves. This is also an opportunity to reclaim aspects of the Self and the soul which have become lost to us.  As the false aspects begin to fall away, the Truth emerges and becomes our reality.
This is not a journey for sissies, but the journey itself teaches the strength and courage required.  We are all allies in this shamanic journey, and we are never alone.


Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Private Battles - Saturn in Scorpio


I’d like to dedicate this post to everyone who can’t talk about what they’re going through.
Something I think we’ll become more aware of, with transiting Saturn in Scorpio:  controlling hurtful/destructive impulses, but not getting any (external) credit for it. Scorpio represents all that is hidden and taboo. What’s hidden is not always destructive, but sometimes it is. Sometimes we just can’t talk about what we’re fighting to keep a lid on. Saturn (limits) in Scorpio speaks to keeping yourself in line, without anyone ever knowing about the battle. Gruelling? Yes. Depressing? Yes. But someone once told me that it’s what you do when no one’s watching that really counts.
So here’s to everyone struggling in the shadows, without applause or recognition. You’re still building strength and focusing power, and it’s more potent because you’re doing it on your own.

Private Battles: Saturn In Scorpio And What You Can’t Talk About


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Monday, October 15, 2012

Guardian Angels help felix baumgartner break the sound barrier

(CNN)  One step, 128,100 feet, and millions of amazed gasps. In a moment that seems likely to live forever in the annals of derring-do, Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner on Sunday rode a balloon to the edge of space, saluted and stepped off a platform 24 miles high with as much ease as any of us mere mortals might step off a curb.

The former soldier hurtled through the sky at up to more than 830 mph, breaking the sound barrier in a tumbling, gut-churning four-minute free fall before popping his parachute and making a running landing in the New Mexico desert. Then he fell to his knees and pumped his fists. "Goosebumps ... Incredible!" one Twitter user posted shortly after the jump. 

http://www.cnn.com/2012/10/14/us/skydiver-record-attempt/index.html

 YouTube carried the jump live. At least 8 million people watched live, YouTube said. While the jump was spectacle enough on its own, it also could have important implications for spaceflight. By most accounts, all the hard work paid off.

According to preliminary findings cited by Brian Utley, an official observer monitoring the mission, the 43-year-old Baumgartner flew higher than anyone ever in a helium balloon and broke the record for the highest jump. Still, even Baumgartner seemed taken aback when Utley detailed how fast he had fallen at one point -- 833.9 mph, or Mach 1.24, smashing his goal to break the sound barrier.

 "I was fighting all the way down to regain control because I wanted to break the speed of sound," said Baumgartner. "And then I hit it." "Guardian angels will take care of you," said Mission Control just before he jumped. "The whole world is watching now," Baumgartner responded. He saluted and jumped.

http://earthsky.org/human-world/daredevil-felix-baumgartner-makes-supersonic-leap-to-earth

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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Cassandra of Troy

Cassandra (also called Alexandra), in Greek myth, the prophetic daughter of Priam, king of Troy, and Hecuba his wife. For Homer, who knows nothing of her prophetic gifts, she is the most beautiful of Priam's daughters. It was according to a later tradition that she was loved by Apollo and given the gift of prophecy, but when she refused his love he condemned her to the fate of always prophesying truthfully but never being believed. She appears in Greek tragedy in this role, vainly foretelling the fall of Troy. When Troy was captured, Ajax the Locrian, son of Oileus, found her in the temple of Athena clinging to the sacred statue of the goddess (the Palladium), dragged her away, and raped her. To expiate this sacrilege the Locrians were obliged to send two maidens to Troy every year for a thousand years to serve as slaves in Athena's temple; if they were caught by the inhabitants before reaching the temple they were executed. This obligation continued into the second century BC. After the sack of Troy Cassandra was awarded to the Greek commander Agamemnon as his concubine, but on their return to Mycenae she was murdered by his wife Clytemnestra.

Pisces October 2012


PISCES:  The Sun transits the area of life concerning personal and often hidden things—trust, intimacy, other peoples resources, psychological health, commissions, investments, and inheritances.  The New Moon on the 15th in Libra brings fresh energy, developments, and focus concerning all of these possibilities.  Where there has been limitation, depression, or negativity you will feel a lightening and a wider path of potential growth and development.  Saturn trines Neptune in your sign from the 9th house of the higher mind, education, publishing, media, legalities and travel. This is a time to wish upon a star and to believe that you can make personal goals come true. It requires commitment to your personal beliefs and developing the needed practical structures to make them a reality.

On the 22nd the Sun ingresses into fellow water sign Scorpio, bringing clearer awareness to personal issues and highlighting the areas of publishing, media, legalities, foreigners, education, travel, and the higher mind of awareness and spirit.  The following day the Sun reaches out to Neptune in your sign, suggesting a positive development in these areas and in your personal wellbeing.  On the 25th, Saturn conjuncts the Sun, suggesting a friend, association, technological situation, or personal goal is the focus in relation to travel, publishing, education, and the media. Mercury also conjuncts the North Node in the 9th house, suggesting that agreements and discussions reveal areas for future development.  Mercury is in his shadow phase (a slowing down) and preparing for his retrograde on November 6th. Be patient—further developments will unfold beginning mid-December.

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