Mother's celestial inspirations

Entering the new year

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

This week’s horoscopes are coming out under the light of a Full Moon in Cancer. I don’t bother to participate in the New Year’s revels, nor do I bow to convention and smilingly wish everyone a happy new year – partially because I am a total party pooper, but more because these things make no sense to me. In my world, the Winter Solstice is when the year begins because that is when the light returns to the Northern Hemisphere.

With a bunch of aspects to consider, the ones that have my attention center around Saturn, the Sun, the Moon, and 11 other asteroids all in conjunction, or forming oppositions to the Trans-Neptunian Point, Hades. There are hundreds (maybe thousands) of asteroids in the asteroid belt and I am sure that we’ve got more than 11 of them to consider. Everyone has their own list so before we continue, let me make note of the fact that according to the list that I use, those asteroids include: Askalaphus, Atropos, Eros, Odysseus, Ophelia, Persephone, Poseidon, Sisyphus, Terpischore, Requiem, and Urania.

You are welcome to take this – or leave it – but keep your eyes peeled. What happens between now and the first day of Spring, 2018, will see much of this imagery come to light. As dark as all of it seems, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: “The darkest hour is right before the dawn.” And out of this intense blackness, and whatever happens from this point on, a clear and perfect Diamond will emerge and awaken all of us to the Truth. Happy New Year folks! I hope you enjoy this week’s ‘scopes.

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