Full Moon in Gemini 2015

November 24, 2015 at 1:33 am | Posted in 2015, 2015-Lunations, Astrology, Lunations | 7 Comments
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The Sun’s recent transit through Scorpio was brutal. And it was also rather enlivening in many ways. For the past five weeks a ton of muck has been raked up to the surface of our daily affairs and relationships. If we didn’t see the face of God in our reckoning, what we saw was close enough. Wouldn’t you rather experience uncomfortable emotions than be as numbed out and apathetic as the mind-controlled herd who continue to march, fumble and crawl hands-and-knees toward their own demise?

The Full Moon on November 25th is 3 degrees of Gemini, in a mutable T-square with Saturn in Sagittarius and Neptune in Pisces. Saturn’s square with Neptune is exact on the 26th and is an ongoing influence until September 2016, revealing how little we really know about certain topics and how much we need to rely on our tried and true knowledge or intuition…

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  1. Awesome Grandy. You rock! Readings by Yervan is a great blog. I dig the fact that they are not afraid to examine the darker side of astrology. I think that’s crucially important. It’s ok to bathe in the light but too many people who do so are blinded by it. Wishy washy touchy feely astrology only tells you what you want to hear and I need more true grit like this. True grit is actionable stuff. Stardust sprinkled farts and gold pooping technicolour unicorns put you into anesthesia. As a Shaman I need to know the primordial darkness. And as Confucious once said: “Heed that which is distasteful to the ear.” Meaning that which flatters the ego or accords to easily with an accepted sense of reality should be regarded with suspicion. This is your best score yet!

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    • Agreed. The universe (and astrological reflection of it) exists in balance. Too much of any one thing tends to upset that balance. As you point out, and I think arguably C G Jung believed, a failure to acknowledge the Shadow empowers the most damaging aspects of it.

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      • Yes, well said. I believe this is true at both the personal levels as well as within the collective consciousness. I believe that the intensification of corruption and destruction that is coming to the surface in recent times is the unintegrated shadow demanding acknowledgement to address the dominance in left brain thinking. I believe that the re-assertion of the divine feminine, or the anima, is part of the process of reintegrating right brain ways of processing reality in order to help restore psychic balance.

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      • That is an interesting perspective: “unintegrated shadow” seems to be a useful way to describe it.

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      • Thank you. Repressed under the force of the global economic mantra of “business as ususal.” I have plans to explore this idea in an upcoming post.

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      • Look forward to reading that!

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      • Thank you. Can’t wait to write it!

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