FROM WISE OWL KAHLIL
“To Boldly Go…” Scorpio Lunar Cycle Overview – October 22, 2014
Monday, November 10, 2014
Disseminating Moon Phase: share
Moon in Cancer
Ruling Mahavidya: Kamala (The Goddess of Assurance) with Kali, Tara, and Shodashi
Skill: observe and honor the sea change
Negative Imprint: road rage and other rage, impatience, projection of anger, conflict, aggression, vitriol, extreme impulsivity, shock and awe, ungrounded with the Earth, war
Positive Imprint: leaps, enormous potential, rebalance of needs, transmitting thoughts and feelings, sparks, cooperation, being dazzled, courage, conversation, foreshadowing of the future, brand new things
In the chronology of the Return of Wisdom/the Second Renaissance, this week marks the time when the new grid of this level of consciousness, which has been over-laid onto the old grid of “control consciousness,” is activated. It’s a sea change.
In other words, the Universe’s conspiracy to redress (change) the balance of society, an effort that has been underway in earnest throughout 2014, is going live. A new network, framework, timeline comes online. The consciousness of allthe people of the Earth is lifted into new territory. It’s a leap ahead.
We’ve been like a group of tourists on a sight-seeing bus since the New Moon on October 23, boldly journeying to some unknown destination. Well, we’ve arrived and, as promised, it doesn’t disappoint. It’s time to get out, look around, and stake a claim. This is humanity’s world – the world we dream without the nightmare of the Archons’ control.
It is too much to write in this report, but I will explain it in an extra audio recording this morning, which will be posted right under the audio for today’s daily report on the homepage ofwww.oraclereport.com. Suffice it to say for now that the X-flare from Friday, the re-activation of the Grand Cardinal Cross, the Mars/Pluto/Uranus aspect today, the Venus/Saturn aspect Wednesday, and Neptune stationing direct Saturday are culminating forces Gaia Sophia and Sabaoth the Sun (with a little help from some friends) are using to bring this new neural network into operation. The old paradigm comes to the end of its line and the new one opens like a lotus spreading across the consciousness of humanity.
From this comes adjustments and adaptations that need to be made, which may become evident today. Today’s specific energetic signature is a powerhouse. The exact conjunction of Mars and Pluto (and Uranus, which is in close square) occurs at 5:46 pm ET/10:46 pm UT. At that time, the Moon will also be in opposition to Mars and Pluto, adding quite a bit of energy to the dynamic, primarily through a rise in emotions.
As the day progresses, so will the rise in emotions. Wise owls understand and respond to this instead of reacting. We put more effort into the positive imprints for the day listed above. It is truly a time for celebration. It is so big, in fact, that one day students of the Mysteries will study what was happening in the heavens and on Earth at this time, which will be seen as holy.
Let your emotions rise to the happiness of the occasion as the matrix falls into the sea. Happy Sea Change Day!
(Don’t miss today’s special audio where I detail the data behind the events.)
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