The balance of the Equinox: An equal and opposite force

By Cal Garrison, a.k.a. Mother of the Skye

This week’s Horoscopes are coming out under an Aries Moon, in the wake of Saint Paddy’s Day, on the eve of the Vernal Equinox. On the 19th, the Moon turned Void-of-Course when it then entered Taurus. As far as the Equinox goes, the Sun will move into Aries on Tuesday, March 20. From my perspective, this is the highlight of the week. For a change of pace, instead of dissecting the aspects, I’m going to use a piece that I wrote for “The Old Girls’ Book of Dreams” to beam in on what this cross quarter is all about, and to give you an idea of what happens whenever the Sun moves through Aries. Here we go:

“I look forward to the Spring Equinox more than I do my birthday. The anticipation comes from I don’t know what. Maybe it’s because the male vibration is all over the place. And I literally feel like I’m 16 years old, sitting on the front porch, waiting for this gorgeous guy to show up and remind me what being a woman is all about.

Spring Fever hits everyone like a ton of bricks. And it’s because the internal stuff that goes on all winter ripens on the first day of Spring. It’s so interesting to me that school kids, and those of us who still like to play, take an egg out of the fridge at the Equinox just to see if it really will stand up by itself on the kitchen counter. This experiment is so symbolic. Because this “Ovum” is the end result of all the inner, female work it took a winter to process. And on the 20th of March whatever we’ve done inside has reached a point where it has to be balanced by a force equal and opposite to its own or it will not develop any further.

As much as many of us would like to think so, female energy alone is not enough. The creation process has a male aspect, too, and that male aspect shows up in all his glory the moment the Sun moves into Aries. So after four months of being whole and complete within ourselves all of a sudden there’s this “guy” energy permeating the universal matrix. He’s not being crude and boorish, but he’s doing what comes naturally to him because at this point that’s his function. We may fool ourselves into thinking that we need to fend him off and be ladylike, but deep inside we know better—and the truth is we don’t want to. If this “egg” we’ve created isn’t impregnated soon the dreams we’ve been nurturing “ain’t gonna” go nowhere. That’s all there is to it.

It must be time to talk about sex. I have been working on my PhD in this particular area since I was 18 and I still know practically nothing about it… At this point in my “research” my understanding of sex is that the male gets his power… by being in the presence of the force that awakens in the female when she is in a state of ecstasy. And it serves him to keep her in this state as often, and as much as possible because it’s his power source—and the more he’s around it, the more empowering it is for him on every level of his Being. The reason most middle-aged males are bored stiff sexually, or strung out on porn and Viagra is because they’re oblivious to this secret…

It’s Spring Fever time. Do something sexy. Bring that male energy in. And when you come up for air remember, the dreams you’ve been stirring for the last four months won’t go anywhere if you don’t surrender them to the universe. Something needs to spark those visions up and the male force that takes over the unified field when the Sun moves into Aries is there to fertilize them. There are countless ways to be “orgasmic.” Whatever you conjured up back in February will begin to take form if you allow it to come out. So go sit on the porch (sit anywhere you like!) and let nature take its course.”

I hope you have enjoyed this. Have a wonderful Equinox, and take what you can from this week’s ‘scopes.

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