“There’s more to explore.” Those words thankfully entered my thoughts as I was contemplating a move I will be making this spring. Riddled with uncertainty, overwhelmed with the thought moving, I also know what brought me to Sedona, Arizona, part-time, for the past ten years is complete. As these helpful words arose out of a meditation, I instantly felt better and uplifted. So this will be my mantra for 2021: There’s more to explore! This is also certainly true for Earth and humanity living at this time of unprecedented breakdowns and breakthroughs.
New SolLunar Cycle in sidereal Scorpio ~ December 14 2020 – January 11 2021
In fitting style, as the grand finale of 2020, our New SolLunar Cycle is also a super-charged Total Solar Eclipse (not visible but felt in our Northern Hemisphere), one sure to be full of drama, life and death transformations due to its alignment in astronomical Scorpio. Both Sun and Moon are also linked to Mercury so this will be a busy four-week period of accelrated connections and communications, negotiations, business dealings, with possible breakdowns in our communications systems and technologies. As I write this, we have already been under cyber-attack by adversaries here in America. It won’t be a surprise of there’s more of that to come.
New SolLunar Cycle in sidereal Libra ~ November 14 – December 13 2020
Orion is rising again in our Northern Hemisphere as late fall leads into early winter. Currently, Orion is speaking loudly to me as it rises in the east as night begins. So I am listening. Orion is known as the Hunter, the Warrior, the Deer, to name of few of its cultural incarnations. It is perhaps the most striking of all the constellations due to its concise star alignments, easily recognized — the Belt, the Sword, the Stance. Orion’s energy is one of cutting-to-the-chase, invincibility, herculean strength, taking a stance and fighting on behalf of what you believe to be true. These are good qualities to develop and amplify in this time of unprecedented shift, Orion advises and blares from its nightly perch.