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 On January 23, 1997 there was a rare planetary alignment, a moment in time expressed in the heavens as a perfect six-pointed star. This pattern comes on the exact day that three outer planets, Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune are conjoined together for the first time in almost two hundred years. Not since the Renaissance have all five outer-most planets been so harmoniously arrayed. On January 23rd, this cluster of planets will center on the first degrees of Aquarius, joined by the Sun, with the Full Moon opposite them all. Thus, perhaps this pattern may also be a symbolic representation of the long heralded dawning of the Age of Aquarius.

 

 

 the Star of David in the heavens is undoubtedly "peace on earth." A reminder that we are not alone--that we are part of a whole and that the Living Force of the Cosmos is with us. Equality, mutuality, community and wisdom are all summed up in this beautiful mandala whose ultimate archetypal meaning is "harmony in diversity." Its rising now to bless and enlighten us is truly a gift for all peoples!

In the ancient world, the work of the Holy Spirit was known as "the net"--reflectng the belief that everything is interwoven and intermeshed!! 

 

the "Star of David" is much older than Judaism, older even than history! As an archetypal symbol for the sacred union of the opposite energies, it is the "yin-yang" of western civilization. Formed by the intertwining of the "fire" and "water" triangles (the male "blade" and the female "chalice") this symbiol represents the masculine and feminine principles in perfect union, the "sacred marriage" or "hieros gamous" of the ancient world. In India the symbol represents the "cosmic dance" of Shiva and Shakti, and the Jewish Kaballah suggests that the Ark of the Covenant contains, in addition to the tables of the Ten Commandments, "a regular hexagram representing a man and woman in intimate embrace,"

Since "Sacred Union" is the source of all life on this planet, the six-pointed star uniting the archetypal male and female triangles has long been acknowledged as the model for balance and wholeness. Medieval Alchemists called the Star the "Philosopher's stone," adding a tiny dot on the upper right hand point to represent the presence of God and guidance of the Divine Spirit. In 1986 during a period of intense revelation and enlightenment, I was given the symbol of the six-pointed star with a dove brooding over it, wings outstretched, as a powerful sign for the New Age dawning. The star represented the entire living cosmos--"male and female," "heaven and earth," "spirit and matter," "light and dark" and all living things--under the Dove of Peace, "with healing in her wings." 

anak tanak..in the name of my spirit ..
my love to life is stronger than all pain..
my laughter is greater than all my cries ..
because i am grateful to be alive...
alaf sl fena a smile of a lonely tree is sometime louder than the what ever is he
n the beginning one is flat on the ground ..
da life is making all sound ..
asn little by little a young soul grow standing up ..or crawl...
what we are looking t in others is what we see within our self until the moment and the chosen one (shaman) opens the gate to the plains of all existence...
a young master was born ..
the journey is full of pain and suffering and all too many break and crumble under the weight of the awakening


we are afraid what we dont see

sometimes a symbol makes us disapear in it

and the force of the very meaning  showers into our self

but we dont know

nor understand

so we memorize

and bit by bit we learn

we see

until the moment that we learn to conclude

that is the moment when the crying begins

because we see the pain in the world


who can stand up for all the pain

who can stand up for all the pain

only the shaman that knows no vain

anak tanak...within all traditions the spirit  is one

all colors are all

One by One

i kiss the sky and hail the light for the darkness to be so bright
 
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