FROM WISE OWL FRIEDA
The Oracle Report – Friday, November 7, 2014
“To Boldly Go…” Scorpio Lunar Cycle Overview – October 22, 2014
Friday, November 7, 2014
Full Moon Phase: realizations
Moon in Taurus/Gemini
Ruling Mahavidya: Kamala (Goddess of Assurance) with Tara and Shodashi
Skill: be willing to relate and communicate
Negative Imprint: manipulative, false appearance of happiness, breaking apart, gossip, misunderstanding, not giving enough back or investing enough, ignoring your own needs, out of touch with the times, loneliness
Positive Imprint: freedom of choice and expression, inner happiness that transmits out, giving and receiving messages and information, new approaches, challenging outworn structures, overcoming fear, timelessness, releasing worries, truces, help from unexpected sources
Today’s energetics are heavily involved in communication and expression. The sheer amount of information that comes to us is astounding. Since this is the Full Moon of a lunar month that is like one long Full Moon, the second of two we have this year, we are in a double-impact Full Moon energetic.
Full Moons bring revelations about all kinds of things. They bring clarity to see the truth of things, especially the truth of ourselves.
Full Moons also tempt the shadow side to emerge. They bring about extremes of emotions. They can drive us a little or a lot crazy. And they often magnetize or fracture relationships. It’s intense all the way around, but if the degrees of this energy are aspecting your own chart, this energy can make us feel insane.
Added to this we are building toward Mars’ conjunction with Pluto and square to Uranus. Mars wants to run. Pluto wants to dive. And Uranus wans to fly. Which way do you go?
We have choices. We can run away from whatever the light of this Full Moon is showing us or we can run toward the focus of our desires – what we want to express and create in the world. We can dive down and hide or we can dive deep inside ourselves for something and return it to love. We can fly away from light or we can fly straight for it making a blazing trail.
As the aggressive, domineering, and volatile energy of Mars, Pluto, and Uranus enters, we will be wise to be responsive, not reactive. We understand that people’s communications may be harsh. It’s very easy for people to lose their tempers. It’s very common for power ad control dynamics within relationships to emerge. But it’s also very true that these things are coming to light for a reason: they need to be addressed and released. This energy wants tofree us.
Since this energy is heavily related to communication, we want listen more carefully to what people are saying. We also want to express things if we are prompted. Our words and feedback may be integral to someone else, even though we wouldn’t necessarily know it. Your conversation may even be overheard by someone else. So, if you have something to say or contribute that might be helpful, speak it. A generalized openness or willingness to connect or express or share today has magnetizing effects. It draws to us what we need.
The Sabian symbol that is operating all month long is “a sight-seeing bus filled with tourists.” Today, the bus is lively with conversation and discussion of all of the things we are seeing. And there are lots of things to see right now.
(Note: The Sun released a coronal mass ejection from an M5.4-class solar flare at 10:46 pm ET Wednesday night/03:46 am UT Thursday morning. The Moon was at the Chiron Point at that time with the Sabian symbol of “a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.” Heaven and Earth linked. Be ready for miracles.)
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