GEMINI NEW MOON talk about it Astrology by Tara Greene

GEMINI NEW MOON talk about it Astrology by Tara Greene.


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Hello Dark Moon Trippers!

There is magic at play these next few days – we have Neomancer Neptune in square aspect to the Sun and soon the New Moon.

We have Love Goddess Venus on the Karmic South Node. Romantic destiny. Connections from the past. Old soul memories.

We have a Grand Water Trine forming between Chiron, Saturn and Jupiter.  Creativity to the max.

If you are not doing Lower Neptune – defaulting back to old addictive thought patterns, zombie crap, delusional economics – you get to do Haute Neptune: Art – Soulmates – Spirit – Synchronicity.

And because it is the Dark Moon and thus ideal for decluttering, the weekend is ideal for house-witchery and personal magic rituals. 

There has never been a weekend more potent for spells, setting intent and scrying  your own future by raising your awareness. 

Do not waste this high order vibe trying to convince Muggles that you are right or something.

Monitor your dreams for strong clues. Journal & Meditate. Open yourself to a healing experience that feels quantum. 

Just don’t cling on to the previous era version of you (or the accessories) or try to numb this beautiful Qi via substances, denial, boring distractions, chaos addiction.


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Maleficent, Hollywood oracle, love vendetta metaphor Astrology

Tara Greene,Tarot Reader, Astrology, Psychic

The I have often observed that Hollywood is  synchronistic and prescient, like an ORACLE,  as it is tuned into the collective unconscious. Movies come out in concert with astronomical/ astrological events. 

Earlier this week  May 22 VENUS was conjunct to ERIS, the DWARF PLANET, discovered in January 2005 at Palomar. ERIS is three times the size of PLuto. With the exception of some comets Eris is currently the most distant known natural object in the Solar system.

ERIS in GREEK MYTHOLOGY was a daughter of NYX, Night. She was the Goddess or Spirit- Daemona of strife, discord, contention and rivalry.  Every emotion in the ancient world was personified as a God or Goddess. That culture was extremely healthy because nothing was hidden. Gods raped, there was jealousy, revenge, spite, hatred, loss, justice. Just like a great soap opera, play or movie.  

Eris’s nature didn’t make her that welcome. She was…

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Eight mummies, eight lives, eight stories

British Museum blog

John H Taylor and Daniel Antoine, curators, British Museum

We may think that we know the ancient Egyptians on account of the abundance of carved and painted images and the many texts on stone and papyrus that have survived, but these sources convey a formal, partial and sanitised view; to a large degree they tell us only what the Egyptians wanted posterity to know.

The first mummy entered the Museum’s collection in 1756, and for the past 200 years none of the mummies have been unwrapped. But modern technology, in the form of the CT (computed tomography) scanner, has transformed the way that we can study them, allowing us to see within the wrappings and the mummified bodies, in a non-invasive and non-destructive manner.

We can now look behind the mask of material culture and encounter the actual people of the ancient Nile Valley through a forensic study of their…

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Philip Carr-Gomm's Weblog

Today I’m flying low & I’m
not saying a word.
I’m letting all the voodoos of ambition sleep.

The world goes on as it must,
the bees in the garden rumbling a little,
the fish leaping, the gnats getting eaten.
And so forth.

But I’m taking the day off.
Quiet as a feather.
I hardly move though really I’m traveling
a terrific distance.

Stillness. One of the doors
into the Temple. ~ Mary Oliver

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