Thursday, September 19, 2013

ΤΑ ΠΑΛΙΑ ΜΟΥ ΤΑ ΜΕΡΑΚΙΑ ΝΤΟΥΟ ΣΤΑΜΠΟΥΛ

ΕΝΑΣ ΜΑΓΝΗΤΗΣ ΜΕ ΤΡΑΒΑ.ΓΙΑΝΝΗΣ ΤΖΙΒΑΝΗΣ

Full moon in Pisces bursting with anticipation for the future

The Full Moon on September 19 is at 26º Pisces. It falls on Matar in the right knee of Pegasus in Pisces Decan 3. This is the zone of the impossible for here we have aeronautical fishes! We get the feeling that this Piscean water is simmering, about to boil over as it makes its way to rebirth at the equinox.
This Moon is bursting with anticipation for the future and impatient because its been cocooned for so long. Now this will especially ring true for those of you lucky folk in the southern hemisphere. You will be coming into spring while we in the North are going into Autumn. We are all going to be equalised on September 22 when the Sun enters tropical Libra’s scales. This Moon is the prelude to the re-balancing.
Matar in Pegasus is a visionary. It’s enthusiastic, ambitious and stimulates change. There is a lot to get excited about as the full moon chart itself is pretty spectacular. A Yod, a T-square and two minor grand trines making a diamond shaped aspect pattern. We have been getting these Diamonds on and off since August 9 due to the ongoing retrogrades with Uranus square Pluto sextile Saturn. These slow moving planets have been sitting ducks for the personal planets to come along and ignite them into more complex patterns. Jupiter had been inflaming a T square to Uranus square Pluto but things should calm down now a little bit hopefully, now that it has moved out of orb.



Greece riots after " neo nazi " hip hop murder

Athens and other cities around Greece erupted in violence the night of Sept. 18 in protests over the murder earlier in the day of a 34-year-old anti-fascist hip-hop artist who police said was stabbed to death by a member of Golden Dawn, Giorgos Roupakios, who was arrested. He appeared before a prosecutor while the demonstrations were raging and will appear before a magistrate on Sept. 21.
While the government scrambled to find ways to legally control Golden Dawn, which has 18 seats in Parliament, the friends and family of Pavlos Fyssas buried him the morning of Sept. 20, little more than a day after he was killed at a cafe in the southern Athens neighborhood of Amfiali, where he had gone with friends and his fiance to watch the Olympiakos-Paris St. Germain soccer game on TV.
Reports differed but it was said that words broke out between Fyssas and his friends and Golden Dawn members and that the extremists left and called for reinforcements and that as many as 40 of their gang attacked Fyssas and several of his friends. Witnesses said Roupakios, unable to physically knock down Fyssas, stabbed him three times before fleeing.




Full Moon Pisces September 19th with Barbara Goldsmith