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The Grand Trine in the Earth signs is moving into exactitude at the Waning Half Moon. Time to enjoy grounding and disruption as one and the same. Mars, Jupiter and Pluto in the earth signs (Virgo, Taurus and Capricorn, respectively) ensures our focus is with the practical and mundane expression of ourselves on the earth plane. Find your center and follow it, without hesitation and doubt. This is where heaven and earth meet.
Mars is in retrograde, as well as in a waning moon phase, so the point here is to let down our sails, regroup and contemplate all that came to fruition during the Full Moon and to stay with reflection and non-action right now. The waters are going still, the wind is going slack. No new projects for the moment.
This is the truth for which no one need pay an astrologer. It is what anyone in full possession of their own common sense has had the ability to discern for a very long time. The suicidal/homocidal sociopaths calling the shots are winding up for the final pitch of the human season.
And, the closer they and we push ourselves to the brink of extinction, the louder and more obvious they will become.
THIS is the reason we should be marching in the streets, because if this occurs, our american collective childish boo hooing over our wall street losses boo boos won’t matter one hoot. Those little pieces of paper they’ve all been whining about will just become part of the large pile of ashes left behind in the nuclear winter of our discontents.
In fact, it has been my opinion from the beginning that the attention heaped on the OWS movement has been a huge main stream media distraction from the agenda of much more lethal purpose.
This is the celestial outlook for that master number on that master day at the master hour we have all been promised. Many are anticipating this moment’s arrival with much excitement and many celebrations of the meditative kind are planned throughout the world. This is the moment many in the new age/ascensionist movement have been waiting for, couching it in terms of our mass spiritual lift-off from our mundane, terrestrial bonds.
The celestial arrangement overhead on that day does, indeed, contain a lovely, harmonious Grand Trine between Pluto, Jupiter and Mars. They are all, however, firmly rooted in the Earth signs: Capricorn, Taurus and Virgo, respectively. This particular Grand Trine is actually what is known as a kite, and the anchoring thread and intended bulls eye is Neptune/Chiron in Aquarius/Pisces. At the time, the Sun and Moon will be just past their full opposition, with Sun in Scorpio and Moon in Taurus. Earth, water and the overall motion of descent are the actual overall themes in this particular transit.
“Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!” Dorothy, The Wizard of Oz
Here we are, in the final days of the end of an ancient, indigenous calendar, at least in the calculated view of a north american white male who decided that his new and improved interpretation of another culture’s work is, of course, the correct one. Because it’s “real science” of course, sifted and purified by the sieves and structures of mathematical equations and derivations scratched out on blank sheets of white paper and mental somersaults conducted inside square rooms full of volumes of similar mental chatter. It’s the story of the cowboys versus the indians, once again.
As the process of “2012” unfolds, I am more and more frequently asked, by clients and friends alike: “What is going to happen?” The truth is, no one really knows. Those who ask this particular question are the least likely prepared to undergo the profound challenges and shifts that this new phase of consciousness is delivering to our communal doorsteps. Those willing to hand out answers to such questions like sweetened cough syrup or medicinal candy are also the least likely to be able to provide the necessary assistance to the questioner in navigating the foreign terrain we are all traveling together at this time. The breadth and depth of our personal relationship with the ego are the only limiting factors in determining the questions asked of and responses to any situation we encounter.
The question to ask is not “what” or “who” or “where,” but, rather, “how.” Read the rest of this entry »