Tuesday, September 7, 2010

The Lunar Month of September 8, 2010 - October 7, 2010

Creative Energy Must Express &
The Earth-Jupiter-Uranus Synodic Synchronization
Lunar Planner Synopsis
Our New Moon of September 8, 2010 occurs in sidereal Leo and conjoins fiery and expressive Mizar of the Great Bear (Ursa Major), with adjoining Alcor, also of the Bear; and a dynamic Seyfert Galaxy in Canes Venatici. This is a windy and fiery area of the zodiak, one that can stimulate dynamic creative expression. Mizar of the Great Bear, the overseeing and predominant star, articulates raw fiery energy that must express one way or another. Mizar must have a creative outlet, but for its proper expression, we must apply it with creative vision. Mizar brings attention to use of our creative energies; creative and destructive tendencies, and the fear to create lest it may result in destruction. Here we learn the nature of such volatile forces. Mizar, with averted alignments is also known for catastrophic fires or massacres. Mizar can however express quite artistically--just as gunpowder can express as beautiful fireworks or devastating explosions. The expression of Mizar tends to express in a grand way, in character with showy and dramatic Leo.
This lunar cycle may stimulate expansive, radical, and perhaps spontaneous change. It should shift the emphasis from what has been a challenging and strenuous time to one of refreshing movement and expansion.
This lunar cycle also embodies the "Earth-Jupiter-Uranus Synodic Synchronization" (the alignment of the Sun, Earth, Jupiter, and Uranus); occurring on the Full Moon Equinox. Jupiter and Uranus began their (geocentric) conjunction in June of 2010 and which continues into January of 2011. The Jupiter-Uranus synodic (heliocentric) conjunction, occurring now, in September, marks the ending of the previous 13.5-year Jupiter-Uranus synodic cycle, which began in March of 1997. It also marks the beginning of a new 13.5-year cycle, with an entirely new theme....

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