WINTER SOLSTICE 2010: IF YOU DIDN’T DIG…
The Winter Solstice chart is, in fact, about digging, digging and digging…
…digging into the personal subconscious, transforming anger into healing energy and arising from the submergence with a new direction reflecting a new paradigm!!!
Approximately 15 hours after the spectacular Lunar Eclipse on the longest night of the year, Winter Solstice took place at 6:38 PM EST. This event is known as “the Return of the Sun.”
The Earth, moving on its axis, is tiled at the furthest point from the Sun, shining directly over the Tropic of Capricorn. The Sun enters Capricorn was greeted by pagans as the New Sun, which was appropriated by Christians as the birth of the Divine Son.
I spent a spectacular sundown at a “ritual” site that my friend Rolf and myself discovered in the woods. When we came upon it at first, it felt like a ritual space to celebrate such celestial events as the Solstices.
Thus, my return today. The sun “standing still” gave off some glorious shadow that provided room for my imagination, as to what events had originally taken place here…
What is this about, we asked one another.
And then, we saw the message:
AN ABUNDANT WINTER SOLSTICE 2010!!!
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