Jupiter and Saturn conjunct in the 11th house, Mercury transits through the 10th house.
Winter Solstice 2020, December 21st, 0809hrs GMT. Stonehenge. photo credit: English Heritage UK.
21 December 2020. Today and forward to Summer Solstice, the Wheel turns with ever growing light and warmth each day as the celestial movement of Mother Earth begins a new agricultural year in the northern hemisphere with the return of the sun and increasing daylight hours. Of note, Jupiter and Saturn have moved out of the 10th house, and into Aquarius’ 11th house.
This Winter Solstice brings a benevolent light with Jupiter and Saturn now transiting into the Aquarian house of big love, sprinkling good fortune and generosity through new visions with old wisdom, into our lives.
It also has the potential to shine perhaps a not-so-welcomed light into Capricorn’s Plutonian cracks and crevices of hidden economic agendas and executive strategies of money, politics and world order.
Intentions, Manifestations and Spell Work most auspicious at Winter Solstice 2020:
•Re-birth of the psyche.
•Shedding of old, worn out behaviors, habits and lifestyles.
•Dreaming new lives, new ways of being and new realities into your existence.
•Planting new thoughts and new ways of being into your mind.
•Listening for the sound of your Inner Voice.
•Creating win-win budgets, economies and charities.
•Seeing and perceiving traditional values benevolently through a new lens of possibilities, visions and paths.
•Being kinder to your dark side.
Winter Solstice 2020 Celestial Mercurial Message:
Speak your Truth, and Listen carefully to what you tell your Self! Then, read between the lines.
The Return of the Sun God: Celebrations of Earth’s Fertility Goddesses giving birth to sons as bringers of light are stories woven through human consciousness, as evidenced in the research studies of Art, Art History, Archeology and Anthropology.
Celtic Alpine European Ancestry:
Ancient ancestors of the La Tene Culture in neolithic Switzerland’s bronze age c.450bc, brought their nature deities with them as they migrated and eventually dominated trade across Euro Asia until circa 1 b.c. when Rome overtook them.
The La Tene who migrated west had socio-political leaders, the Druids, who kept no written records, but rather, committed all to memory, passing the heritage down from generation to generation. They’ve left us with their designs of nature deities and sacred spirals and woven knottings laid into the metal of their warrior shields, swords, torcs, brooches, urns, bowls and jewelry. About 2500 artifacts were excavated at Lake Neuchatel, near Bern, where Archeologists date these artifacts to 1 to 2 b.c.
These same repeating patterns of curvilinear and geometric lines and spiral designs eventually made their way westward through France to insular Britain. Archaeologists continue to discover artifacts and ruins of the tribes of the ancient Celts in these lands. In addition, excavations in Sion, Switzerland, revealed megaliths dating back to 6400 b.c.
All remnants of an ancient culture who brought the love and reverence of Nature into their daily lives.
Today’s Neo-Pagan and Neo-Druid Arts carry on the old ways.
Oftentimes, we do find one another.“Sister, I have known you of old. Brother, I have known you of old.”
Blessed be 🕊🌀