November 24, 2011
The Galaxy runs on Cycles of time, known as the Precession of the Equinoxes. Seek the Mayan Calendar for a deeper insight as to how the Galaxy runs – it is highly accurate.
“On 18.104.22.168.0, the December Solstice Sun will be found in the band of the Milky Way, directly in the position of the “Dark Rift” in the Galaxy, forming an alignment between the Galactic Plane and the Solstice Meridian.
We are about to enter into a literal alignment of the Cosmic, Galactic, Solar, and Lunar Planes. This is an event that has slowly converged over a period of thousands of years, and is caused by the Precession of the Equinoxes – akin to “turning” of the Universal Gears.
It brings about the Great Harvest, and the return of the Lord of The Harvest.
Yes, the noonday Winter Solstice Sun of December 21st, 2012 is the time when the Lord of The Harvest shall return – “Nibiru”.
November 5, 2011
“In our sleep, pain which cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart until,
in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom through the awful grace of
God.” – AESCHYLUS in Robert F. Kennedy’s Speech
One of my Queen’s beloved and very-much admired man, She strongly identified with his almost naive charm, diplomacy and charismatic allure and heated monomaniacal need to avenge at any cost.
Like Herself, he was born a Scorpio, of Secondary Mars and Primary Venus – planets fittingly symbolized RFK’s role: he was a master of “hanging tough” and yet of “offering reasonable compromise.”
“He had the same capacity (as his father) for (extreme) likes and dislikes, for love and hate. “
–Arthur Krock, reflecting on his friend Bobby Kennedy.
“If nature gave Bobby his father’s pale blue eyes, nurture and bred in him his tenaciousness in the pursuit of self-defined goals and the willingness to use raw power when necessary without thinking twice about the effects…. Bobby could, and often did, destroy egos and bruise people’s lives in his first thirty-five years. Without pity or regret.”
– Bobby Kennedy: The Making of a Folk Hero
While Venus is often portrayed in astrological literature as a passive lover of beauty, a reposeful epicurean, or a lazy sensual lover, there is another side to Venus that, until recently, has largely been ignored. That is: Venus as the driving force that will stop at nothing to achieve a proper human balance: an aesthetic balance, an interpersonal harmony, or a properly measured idea or notion.
An “angry Venus,” is a freethinking rabble-rouser who was anything but peaceful. One need not think too deeply once Mars -Venus’ partner and opposite- is called upon within oneself, facing Uranus’ Dark Night of the Soul ( one’s own) and willingness to deal head-on with Saturn’s merciless trials.
In other words, one becomes a Warrior.
“Akasha stayed on, the gentle embattled Queen incarnating quickly each time Her human-vampiric shell is destroyed. Always a Vampire. Always a Mage. But bitterly learning each time that in order to achieve peace, one must be prepared to spill Blood, even Her own.” - Asmodeus
May this cycle finally ends.