Today Tom speaks to us from the Kulan Waterfall near Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia. There are lots of people there, including many Buddhist monks, so this time we will see them behind him when usually he is completely alone while recording. Despite that, he still does a great job and gives us an amazing view at the same time!!!!! I am thankful for my favorite astrologer.
We will be having our New Moon in Sagittarius on Monday. Today the Moon is in Libra until Saturday, when She moves into Scorpio – always intense. Mercury is conjunct Saturn in Sagittarius today, Mars is still in Aquarius and Venus is conjunct Pluto on Friday – while Jupiter squares Pluto. Saturn is trine Uranus in Aries as well. (Intense planetary line up, folks! For we live in the days we have been waiting for).
For the conjunctions, it takes nearly a year for Mercury and Venus to complete a cycle, so we will be working through the issues these aspects bring up for a while – along with the Jupiter in Libra aspect – we will be working on solving problems.
The New Moon in Saturn and Mercury/Saturn conjunction are all related to the aspects Sagittarius brings up for us, which revolve mainly around Natural Law and Nature. This presents humans with a guide for a sense of connection and belonging, and meaning of life which brings us to greater realities. It is time for us to get serious about truth.
Venus and Pluto in Capricorn show us that it’s time for those serious conversations (and please, Lord, help the Water Defenders have the conversations with the DAPL forces and get the pipeline stopped), for better or for worse. We are dealing with human laws here, and the ones which need to be revised or rejected completely, and new laws created too.
Jupiter is in the third quarter square to Pluto, which has to do with adjustments, what’s coming up for us beyond the horizon, the social experience, the external, things happening to us on a personal level.
At this point in the report (and please keep in mind this is such a teeny portion of the report, I am only doing my best to record the most important points – please check it out when you have time, it is so worth watching always), Kaypacha likens our human evolution to the growth of a mango tree. First we have to plant the seeds, which then spreads out roots, sucking in nutrients and water, blessed by sunshine, then it grows leaves, turns that sunshine into chlorophyll, then it grows fruit and eventually provides the fruit for all to enjoy, dropping baby fruit onto the ground to plant new mango trees. It is time for us humans to grow up, stop sucking nutrients from Mother Earth, and give back! (Another aspect totally relatable to the situation in Standing Rock, please forgive me for being obsessed currently, but this is essential, for they are protecting our very future).
Black Moon Lilith still in Scorpio is teaching us to let go of old ways. We are dying to old ways and need to redefine love, money, sex, and what they all mean to us. It is time for us to become self-sufficent, and generate love rather than look for it, it will come to us naturally when we are radiant. Saturn trine Uranus provides this opportunity all year.
And this week’s mantra is: With every choice I make
my spirit and soul are there,
to evolve or stay right here.
Kaypacha’s farewell: Namaste. Aloha. So. Much. Love.
Kamea Moonmaiden’s farewell: Rainbow Blessings. Om Namaha Shivaya.