Who is the Man in the Moon


The Farmer's Almanac has an interesting tale on the Man in the Moon Myth. The oldest variant is from the Old Testament and claims that he is Cain the Wanderer, forever doomed to circle the earth.Moon for fratricide. The reasoning is based on Genesis chapter 4, is that while he is doomed for his anger … Continue reading Who is the Man in the Moon

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Dust Storm in Uttar Pradesh/Rajasthan India


The time is from the BBC news site where you can watch this video to get an idea of the devastation of the dust storm. It is mesmerizing to watch such havoc. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWl-HlsT_tg The Chart above looks colourful but understanding the key makes it coherent. Start with the Opposition from the fourth house to the … Continue reading Dust Storm in Uttar Pradesh/Rajasthan India

Venus as Inanna at the Fourth Gate


Venus is descending deeper into the underworld and will enter the Fourth Gate at 7:39 AM EDT, July, 20, 2017. A Recap of the Myth of Inanna The Sumerian myth of Innana is probably the oldest account that we have of a passage through an initiation-transformation endeavor.      One reason for giving particular attention … Continue reading Venus as Inanna at the Fourth Gate

Venus as Inanna at the 3rd Gate


The Venus, Moon conjunction this month was June 20, at 6:24 PM EDT, Washington D.C. at 14 Taurus 52.  I was 'out of the loop' last week so I didn't make the deadline for getting this out before the conjunction occurred. As I explore this subject of 'shamanistic Venus' I want to incorporate some of … Continue reading Venus as Inanna at the 3rd Gate

Hygeia: You’ve been served


Hygeia Mythologically  In Greek Mythology, Hygeia is the great-granddaughter of Zeus / Jupiter via the Apollo(n) line.  Her father Aesclepius,  another asteroid, was the Greek god of healing & is often shown with a physician’s staff & a  snake wrapped around. The cock bird was also sacred to Asclepius and sacrificed on his altar.  Chiron, … Continue reading Hygeia: You’ve been served

Discovering Pallas


pallas Our featured image is a painting by Gustav Klimt of Pallas Athena, the patron goddess of Athene Greece.  It is one of his early works. Mythologically According to the Pelasgians (prehistoric peoples inhabiting Mediterranean lands), Athene was born beside the lake or river Triton and nurtured by three NYMPHS. Athene accidentally slew her childhood friend, Pallas, … Continue reading Discovering Pallas

Venus as Innana at the Second Gate


At sunrise this morning, May 22,  we were treated to a conjunction of the Moon with Venus.  The conjunction did not occur exactly at sunrise, however, that was later at 10:09 AM EDT, at 16 Aries 24. The two appeared very close together because Venus is only 2 degrees of declination the right of the … Continue reading Venus as Innana at the Second Gate