Thank you Aisha! Such an important reminder that looking backwards continues to draw that stuff back to us. I’ve been reading a book called E Cubed the sequel to E Squared all about how the Universe loves us and gives us everything we ask for-we just have to learn to ask for what we want instead of what we are weary of.
The adjustments that have been undertaken recently will help to bring you all up to par as it were with the continuation of incoming energetic fluctuations, and so, even if some of you will still feel some temporary physical setbacks as the full scope of these energetic encodings enter your being, you will soon find yourself emerging from the fog as it were in every sense of the word. You see, as the ongoing inoculation if you will will continue to increase not only in magnitude but also in velocity, you will also continue to increase your abilities to incorporate them at an ever increasing speed. For now there is no holding back this flow of endless illumination, and so, as you continue to take in more of these energized particles with literally every breath you take, you are also in a continuous flow of expansion and eviction. In other…
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I want to mention that in the NEW there is no more Columbus Day. It is Indigenous Peoples Day now. Because this Shift is about celebrating all that is good and beautiful NOT lionizing a guy who cut people’s hands off and kicked off the most massive genocide in human history (over 150 million humans and still rising by some counts-and that doesn’t even include the billions of nonhuman living beings that have been and still are being destroyed in the ongoing genocide and colonization of North and South America.)
Today, from now on, we celebrate the resilience and the courage of indigenous peoples everywhere on Earth who have survived colonization and those who lost their lives to it.
Let’s be aware and mindful of what we choose to elevate and celebrate every day. Our individual choices matter. We can each push our world closer to completing this Shift-or we can join the Archontic project of retarding progress, of pushing the old energies of power over, control and cruelty. Why not bring in more love and beauty?
FROM WISE OWL CINDY
Oracle Report Monday, October 13, 2014
Monday, October 13, 2014
Disseminating Moon Phase: share thoughts, feelings, and ideas
Moon in Gemini/Cancer
Skill: respond to the call
Negative Imprint: arresting development, putting up obstacles, losing, fooling and foolishness, dishonor
Positive Imprint: awakening, connection with others, connection with the Mother, feeling of home, responding to an inner call, honor
It’s a complex day today, Columbus Day and “Knight’s Templar Day” (October 13 in reference to October 13, 1307, when the Templars were ordered under arrest). Allow me to take you on a journey – a story– on how they merge today, forming a call to the Sacred Masculine.
First, let’s be clear that I am talking about the original Knights of Solomon, not what they became over time.
King Solomon was an Archon hunter. Wisdom, Sophia, revealed herself to him, enabling him to recognize the Chief Archon, Yaldabaoth, the Lord of Darkness, but also to recognize himself. Solomon saw his honor and respect of the feminine, which inspired his valor.
Solomon’s response to the Sacred Feminine and realignment with the truth was to turn against Yaldabaoth, vowing to discharge his darkness from the world. Solomon led this charge among men and his strength still resounds within them.
Native American warriors and warriors of other tribes across the world honored and respected the feminine. Their valor was also inspired.
The Knights of Solomon and tribal warriors are the same thing in different space-times.
The Knights of Solomon have returned and the spirit of the sacred tribal warrior never left.
These energies come together today to call the Sacred Masculine in all of us, but particularly men, to respond.
The twist in the story comes when we understand the call today is being sent out by Gaia Sophia herself, as the Earth comes to the degree of the Eris Point – the energy that is the harbinger of the return of truth, light, and wisdom to humanity.
The Sabian symbol of the Eris Point – 22 Aries – is “a boxer entering the ring.” We could call this “a male warrior entering the arena” or, even better, “the Sacred Masculine galloping on the field.” The energy is about responding – answering a call – with self-determination.
This may involve standing up for yourself or someone else, taking personal responsibility for your actions, or holding a line today. It may involve following through with something you know to be related to your mission – a creative project perhaps. Follow what you know to be true and what your heart is telling you to do.
Mars is in exact trine to the Eris Point today, fueling the fires, and delivering a different perspective. The degree of Mars brings energy to fool as well as fuel. Given that the Archons use the Eris Point energy for false flag attacks and the general forwarding of the control agenda, we are wise to the potential of such things.
Today’s energies may prompt us to say things before we think, tell it like it is, and generally turn our backs on that which is not honorable. We do not stand for things under this energy. It’s about freedom, so whatever surfaces ultimately frees.
We are all knights for Sophia. Find your chivalrous heart today and respond. What do you need to do?
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