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Look Up! ... Tuning to Sirius

Greetings Everyone,
July 26, 3:42pm PDT marked the beginning of the Sirius~Leo Cosmic lunar cycle, which peaks at the August 10 Full Moon Festival and ends August 25 at 7:13am PDT. This is the time for our soul light to become aware of the evolutionary energies emanating from Sirius our spiritual Sun and brightest star in the heavens. This cycle awakens a soulful humanity to the extraplanetary Life manifesting through Sirius. The folks at SouledOut.org invite you to participate in the Sirius~Leo Cosmic Festival Global Meditation.

Lunar Theme: Incubation, Preparation & Emergence "[The] New Moon occurs in the Egyptian Scarabaeus, commonly called Cancer the Crab ... [and] also conjoins Jupiter ... The Scarab is a symbol of regeneration, transformation and re-birth, of being self-created, or self-made, to rise from itself—hence humanity's association with the beetle’s emergence. This area of the heavens imparts a nurturing, protective and cultivating quality, ultimately to support this emergence." The lunar theme link includes more insights by Nick Fiorenza.

An Artist's Impression of Sirius A and Sirius B

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Happy Day Out of Time ... July 25

Banner of Peace

"The circle that surrounds the three spheres represents
culture, the unity of art, science, and spirituality.
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Day Out of Time
Annually July 25th

Look Up! ... Sol And Sirius Embrace

Greetings Star Gazers,
Two great Suns unite for our freedom and liberation during this lunar cycle.

Lunar Theme: Show Up, Pay Attention & Participate "The New Moon conjoins the stars that form the foot of Castor, Tejat and Dirah [map] ... These stars tend to make visible that which has been suppressed, oppressed, hidden in the closet, but what is destined to be seen ... This lunar cycle impels us to claim our roles in the physical world, to show up, pay attention and participate, and to take the steps that are required to manifest what we truly want in our lives." The lunar theme link includes more insights by Nick Fiorenza.

This lunar cycle began June 27, 1:08am PDT and ends July 26, 3:42pm PDT.

Our Physical Sun And Spiritual Sun Embrace
Sirius Disappears from Our Sight
The Heated Dog Days Begin
Freedom And Liberation Are Awakened Within


Image: Crystalinks.com / theglobaleducationproject.org
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Look Up! ... A Season Begins - A Cycle Ends

Hello Sky Gazers,
The solstice Sun and the waning Crescent Moon with morning Venus are catching our attention now. Worldwide solstice meditations are strengthening the Light Grid of planet Earth. A solar season begins. A lunar cycle ends.

Celebrating the Solstice

Image: Student Britannica

Stonehenge is an ancient monument in England that includes a circular setting of massive stones. They were precisely aligned in relation to the rising of the sun on the summer solstice.

Look Up! ... The Galactic Goodwill Lunar Cycle Is Here

Hello Night Sky Travelers,
May 28, 11:40am PDT marked the beginning of the 2014 Goodwill lunar cycle that ends June 27, 1:08am PDT. The Goodwill Festival is the third of the three major planetary Full Moon Festivals that occur in the spring. The first, April 15, aligned with the Christ (Easter), the second, May 14, aligned with the Buddha (Wesak) and the third, June 12/13, with the spiritual and Divine nature of humanity (Goodwill). These Festivals form a spiritual high point of the year.

Forces of Divine Will that affect the nations of the world are released during this lunar cycle. These reconstructive energies can foster national life, world unity, peace and progress. Goodwill, and humanity's aspiration toward manifesting its essential divinity and right human relations are keynotes of this lunar cycle. This cycle also aligns with the ascension process. May 29, the day following the New Moon, was Ascension Day.

Lunar Theme: Pioneering Action Ensuring a Nurturing & Sustainable Infrastructure "This New Moon occurs amongst the stars of the Hyades in Taurus ... conjoining Ain ... and Aldebaran, the eyes of the Bull. The Hyades produce somewhat of a tempestuous nature, which can manifest as distracting commotion or disrupting events, but which impels pioneering and constructive action to create solution for our physical wellbeing ... to establish a new or more wholesome infrastructure in our lives." Click the lunar theme link for more insights by Nick Fiorenza.

The Young Moon Guides Us to Planets and Stars
How Many Will You See and Identify?
Gemini and the Goodwill Festival


Image: Sky and Telescope

Look Up! ... Wesak and Saturn at Its Best ~ April 30

Greetings Sky Watchers,
April 28, 11:14pm PDT marked the beginning of the 2014 Wesak lunar cycle that ends May 28, 11:40am PDT. Forces of enlightenment from our highest spiritual planetary center, Shamballa, are released during this lunar cycle's Full Moon Festival, May 14. The Wesak Festival is the second of the three major planetary Full Moon Festivals that occur in the spring. The first, April 15, aligned with the Christ (Easter), the second, May 14, aligns with the Buddha (Wesak) and the third, June 12/13, with the spiritual and Divine nature of humanity (Goodwill). These Festivals form a spiritual high point of the year.

Wednesday evening, May 14, Saturn at its 2014 best can be seen traveling with the Wesak Full Moon across the sky!

This lunar cycle began with an annular solar eclipse seen only from Antarctica and a partial eclipse seen in the southern Indian Ocean, the southern edge of Indonesia and all of Australia.

Lunar Theme: Metamorphosis & Engagement "This New Moon produces an Annular Solar Eclipse amongst the stars of the Ram ... not visible in most of the world ... This eclipse impels a fresh start in the outward expressions of our lives and roles in the world. It motivates us to redefine existing qualities and talents and to express them in new ways ... This New Moon Eclipse conjoins ... stars [that] produce an intense energetic expressing ... throughout this lunar month. They often motivate headstrong self-initiated action ... Some people will continue to blame ... others will use this opportunity to responsibly create a new world paradigm." Click the lunar theme link for more insights by Nick Fiorenza.


Saturn at Its Biggest, Brightest and Closest for 2014
Saturn's Ring Tilt and Satellites
The Wesak Full Moon and Saturn


Image: Solar System Simulator

Look Up! ... Squares, Oppositions, A Spiritual High Season ~ April 1 + 2

Greetings Sky Gazers,
March 30, 11:45am PDT marked the beginning of the 2014 Easter lunar cycle that ends April 28, 11:14pm PDT. The April 15 Easter Full Moon lunar eclipse is the first of the three major planetary Full Moon Festivals that occur in the spring. These Festivals form a spiritual high point of the year. Celebration of Light gives a brief introduction to these 3 spring Festivals and introduces one to The Festival of the Risen One ~ Easter. As this lunar month and the spring season unfold more information will be shared about these 3 Full Moons.

This lunar cycle not only inaugurates the spiritual high season of the year, it is also a doorway "into a new way of being and into a new world paradigm yet to unfold throughout the remainder of the 2010s." See Nick Fiorenza's Lunar Theme below and the Cardinal Grand Cross diagram that follows to learn more.

Lunar Theme: Actualizing Revolutionary Change "This New Moon catalyzes an unprecedented lunar cycle providing opportunity for and stimulating revolutionary change in many facets of our personal lives and in the world. The main event occurring in this lunar month is the Mars-Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto Grand Square. This Grand Square gateway is intense, challenging and deeply cathartic ... This lunar cycle is also highly inspirational to mobilize and emerge into new vistas of creative participation." Click the lunar theme link for more insights by Nick Fiorenza.


Image: www.UniversalLifeTools.com

Look Up! ... We Grow in Heaven's Light

Hello Sky Watchers,
February 28, 11:59 pm PST marked the beginning of a new lunar cycle that ends March 30, 11:45 am PST.

Lunar Theme: Relevancy "This New Moon lies in mid-sidereal Aquarius, nesting between Neptune and Chiron ... Aquarius is of vision and creativity, revolutionary and unpredictable, original and innovative ... A plethora of events occur in the first few days of this lunar cycle, initiating a cathartic inner process ... current set of retrogrades continues a reassessment and redefining period in many areas of our lives ... we now enter a few month period ... to get clear upon that which is truly nourishing in our lives, to become clear upon that which is relevant in our rapidly changing reality, and to recommit with dedicated focus to our new found clarity of purpose." Click the lunar theme link for more insights by Nick Fiorenza.

Note: Mars is retrograde March 1 - May 19 and Saturn is retrograde March 2 - July 20. At this time both planets are in a close approach to Earth, appearing brighter and bigger, and having a stronger affect on humanity than usual. (Jupiter ends its retrograde March 6.)
Retrograde Map Mars/Saturn ~ Esoteric Mars ~ Esoteric Saturn
Path of Jupiter ~ Esoteric Jupiter

As the Moon grows in the light provided by our Sun, we too grow in the light of our Soul.

Luna Grows in Light. Who Is She Dancing with Tonight?

Image: Sky & Telescope

Look Up! ... Orion Rules the Winter Night

Hello Night Sky Travelers,
January 30, 1:38pm PST marked the beginning of a new lunar cycle that ends February 28, 11:59pm PST.

Lunar Theme: Trust "This New Moon lies in mid-sidereal Capricorn ... This specific few degree area of Capricorn is specifically about having Trust in the unseen, in that which lies behind the superficial, and with that trust, establishing an inner balance while applying our assets and strategies in life." Click the lunar theme link for more insights by Nick Fiorenza.

Second new moon of this month. Black Moon. Supermoon. Some call the New Moon of January 30 a Black or Ebony Moon, because it is the second New Moon in January. This Moon also happens to be a Supermoon.

Jan. 31, Friday, inauguarates the Chinese New Year of the Wood Horse, "notorius" for historical turning points.

Jan. 31-Feb. 2, Friday-Sunday, a slim waxing Crescent Moon passes Mercury in the west-southwest after sundown. 1/31-2/2 Dusk Map ~ 2/1 Map/Text Look to Mercury low on the horizon. This messenger sets about 90 minutes after the Sun. Mercury the Messenger of the gods may have a Chinese New Year message for you!

The waxing Crescent Moon brings up obstacles from the past that can impede the new incoming energies and one's growth in consciousness. The work to overcome these obstacles begins with this lunar phase.

Candlemass is the astronomical halfway point between Solstice and Equinox, a cross-quarter day. Generally it is celebrated on February 2. In 2014 it is exact on February 3, Monday.

Orion Gives Birth ~ Rules the Winter Night

Image: NASA / JPL–Caltech / STScI

Look Up! ... Make All Things New and True

Hello Night Sky Travelers,
This lunar cycle began New Year's Day, Jan. 1, 2014 at 3:15am PST and ends Jan. 30, 1:38pm PST. Not only do we experience a New Year and a new lunar cycle, we also experience a new Jupiter cycle (399 days) beginning Jan. 5 and a new Venus cycle (584 days) beginning Jan. 11. On these dates Jupiter at opposition and Venus at inferior conjunction are in alignment with the Earth when looking from the Sun. These astronomical alignments are prompting us to make all things new, shifting us toward a new spiral of creative expression. This week be sure to wish upon humanity's New Year's star, Sirius, a guiding force in humanity's evolution.

Lunar Theme: The Naked Truth "This New Moon conjoins Pluto in the midst of the Sagittarian Zen Archer ... Pluto works by exposing and deconstructing all that is lesser than the higher ideals the Zen Archer is willing to live and die for. Getting to the core truth of the matter is the hallmark of this lunar cycle." Click the lunar theme link for more insights by Nick Fiorenza.

Crescent Venus and a Crescent Moon?
Crescent, Retrograde Venus Strongly Affects Us


Image: Sky & Telescope

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