Sunday, January 03, 2010

The Blue Moon and Our Search for Who Am I?

We ended 2009 and began the New Year of 2010 with a "blue moon" and this moon was pregnant with possibilities, especially for the searchers on this planet. December 31, 2009 was a Full Moon 10ยบ Cancer, a Lunar Eclipse, and a Blue Moon all happening on New Year's Eve. Guess when the next blue moon is? .......... 2012.

"Still looking to find yourself? How long has this been going on?"    Woof!
"I see .... Isis (Is is - Creation) is calling you home.
She takes us to Sirius the Dog Star for a new birth on New Year's Day."
Sirius is the brightest star in the night-time sky with a visual apparent magnitude of -1.47. It is located in the constellation Canis Major. Sirius can be seen from almost every inhabited region of the Earth's surface (those living north of 73.284 degrees cannot see it) and, in the Northern Hemisphere, is known as a vertex of the Winter Triangle. The best time of year to view Sirius is around January 1 when it reaches the meridian at midnight. Under the right conditions, Sirius can be observed in daylight with the naked eye. The name Sirius comes from the Latin sirius. It is situated in the eye of the greater dog Canis Major, therefore it is known as the 'Dog Star'.
Other meanings:
And Sirius is always noted for the Blue Star beings who someday will return to earth and save us all. Perhaps in 2012?

They found water on the moon in 2009.

And of course the New Moon caught everyone's interest (well almost everyone)....

New Moon" - The Allure of the Vampire Sci Fi sells these days, more so than ever before as consciousness emerges from its cocoon and into the light. Whatever is beyond, seems to possess a power many wish to recapture. The current buzz is about the movie premiere of New Moon part of the Twilight series of four vampire-based fantasy/romance novels by American author Stephenie Meyer.

There is something compelling about the energies of a Vampire that connects for some people - legends going back in time to many ancient civilizations.

One of the more popular Vampires was Count Dracula who many believed was real and may still live today. Years ago, I had the pleasure of seeing Frank Langella in the role of Dracula on Broadway. The audience sat spellbound.

Dracula is arguably one of the most famous villains in popular culture. He has been portrayed by more actors in more film and television adaptations than any other horror character. Actors who have played him include Max Schreck, Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney, Jr., John Carradine, Christopher Lee, Denholm Elliot, Jack Palance, Udo Kier, Louis Jourdan, Frank Langella, Klaus Kinski, Gary Oldman, Leslie Nielsen, George Hamilton, Gerard Butler, Richard Roxburgh and Rutger Hauer. The character is closely associated with the cultural archetype of the vampire, and remains a popular Halloween costume.

What does this tell us about ourselves? Why are women so fascinated and in love with vampires?

And in case you missed more pop star symbolism that made me continue my search for what is really going on here and who am I and how do I figure into this reality - consider these messages in the news -

Goddess Energies Continue ...
There is a part of Angelina Jolie's destiny that was set in motion by the two Tomb Raider films in which she starred. It's more than her beauty, talent, charisma, and colorful lifestyle. It has to do with goddess energies on many levels that ignite something within certain souls in the grid. Of all the people I have ever seen, she seems to be one of the more powerful forces on the planet guided by her own brand of spirituality and creation (Mother Goddess archetypes). Speaking of brands - it would appear Angie has chosen the serpent archetype in designing her new jewelry line - The Protector Collection.
    Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have put their creative minds to something new - elegant serpent-themed jewelry! The power couple has teamed with a top British jeweler Asprey to come up with a series of designs for everything from earrings, pendants, bangles, rings to a silver spoon and egg cup. And, like so much of their life away from the cameras, the collection will benefit others. All the net proceeds will go to the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict, to which the couple has already donated $1 million via the Jolie-Pitt Foundation in June 2008.
    For Jolie, 34, the inspiration for the collection was an obvious one. While she was expecting Shiloh in 2006, she was given a special gift - a protective snake ring. It was seen as a protector for mother and unborn child, and Jolie has come to view the motif as something of a family guardian. Since then she has seen the snake symbol as a protective talisman for her family, a source at Asprey told People Magazine. The series started out as something for children - 16-month-old Vivienne has already been photographed wearing bangles with the snake motifs­ but has developed into the limited edition 'Protector Collection' of high end jewelry and other luxuries, which does still include children¹s items like a tooth box and silver egg cup.

Angelina leads me to study the ouroboros , and why is this so important today?

On November 23, 1616, a famous English mathematician was born. His name was John Wallis who lived and worked in an age when scientists merged mathematical discoveries with allegorical symbolism, though much was secreted away. Wallis is given partial credit for the development of modern calculus and also for introducing the symbol for infinity.

Merging science and pseudoscience we find that the infinity symbol is the same as the ouroboros as things repeat in the loops and cycles of time and patterns abound in rhythm as if a code humanity will one day decipher. Why is the ouroboros important today? It goes to predictions of everything coming full circle on December 21, 2012 - a theory called Suntelia Aion which takes us to the eye of the Milky Way Galaxy and Zero Point or Eye of the Spiral through which consciousness evolved and will soon return.

Three years after John Wallis was born, on December 4, 1619 - 38 English settlers arrived at Berkeley Hundred, which comprised about 8,000 acres on the north bank of the James River, about 20 miles upstream from Jamestown, where the first permanent settlement of the Colony of Virginia had been established on May 14, 1607.
Two year later, in the autumn of 1621, the origins of Thanksgiving were established - a celebration at the Plymouth Plantation, where the Plymouth settlers held a harvest feast after a successful growing season. It is this iconic event that is generally referred to as the "First Thanksgiving."
Almost 400 years later, much has played out on these shores, but Thanksgiving traditions continue. The warriors continue to play their games on the battlefields. The businessmen continue to play their games with higher stakes resulting in greater losses or greater gains. The poets and writers continue to enrich each generation with their words. The healers and teachers bring forth wisdom in ways that align with the consciousness of their generation, yet the messages have never changed. The alchemists have become the scientists as technology brings us from the darkness into the light and beyond. There is much to be said about consciousness evolving in the Age of Enlightenment. But that was then and this is now when the true Age of Enlightenment comes to pass and the story of humanity's journey through the ouroboros (DNA snake) comes to an end. For this I give thanks. It's been interesting.

Ouroboros Facts from VisWiki
Cool website especially for those who enjoy ancient mysteries

And of course I couldn't forget the other famous and female goddess popstar who helps us think about who we are

Madonna, Jesus and Children

Yes that is really his name, Jesus. And could the stories of our lives really be more than we think.

Oh yes. The messages are all around you, just wake up and join in the journey to yourself. It's a fascinating trip.

Galadriel: "And to you, Frodo, I give the light of Earendil, our most beloved star. May it be a light for you in dark places, when all other lights go out."

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