Total Eclipse of the Heart

Why the southern US?

X “Marks” the spot!

I think the universe is trying to say we are at a crossroads or portal. Texas and Tennessee. Sounds like TNT 😉

The upcoming eclipse is fascinating in so many synromystical ways. In SEVEN days, people in the US (from Sea to shining Sea) can observe a total solar eclipse. The day will become night for about 2 minutes. The longest TOTALITY is where X Marks the spot of the 2017 eclipse and the 2014 eclipse. On August 21, 2017, the longest point of totality is in Southern Illinois, (aka “little Cairo”), (aka New Madrid seismic zone), and the area code of that region is 618.


There has been discussion about the Prime Meridian, as it is a symbolic point of East meets West. IMO, the solar eclipse and longest totality at 618 is about transcending space and time and coming to the end of a journey that has become confused and quite dense. It’s a cosmic confirmation of our spiritual evolution, and the Merovingians are spiritual archetypes and front and center of this beautiful happening.

The numbers 6 and 9 are both each other. When I see 6, I think it’s both six and nine, and vice versa. The 618 could be expressed in code as 918 or 819 or 816, etc. Speaking of Merovingians, I think it is very interesting that Frank’s birthday is 8.1.6_ (I asked him if I could put this in blog and he said ok, JSYK 😉 ). Not only is the birthday code interesting, his header on Merovee blog is a star child, AND he lives on the Prime Meridian! The date August 1st is the zodiac sign Leo, which makes this next part even more syncromystical…

During the eclipse in seven days from now, the total eclipse of the sun will be conjunct Regulus, or better known as the “heart of the Lion”, as Regulus is the fixed star of the fire sign Leo, the only sign in the zodiac ruled by the Sun. 


Regulus (n.) bright star in constellation Leo, 1550s, Modern Latin, apparently first so-called by Copernicus, literally “little king,” diminutive of rex “king” (from PIE root *reg- “move in a straight line,” with derivatives meaning “to direct in a straight line,” thus “to lead, rule”). Probably a translation of Basiliskos “little king,” a Hellenistic Greek name for the star, mentioned in Geminos and Ptolemy (in the “Almagest,” though elsewhere in his writings it is usually “the star on the heart of Leo”); perhaps a translation of Lugal “king,” said to have been the star’s Babylonian name. Klein holds it to be a corruption of Arabic rijl (al-asad)“paw of the lion” (compare Rigel).

The sun is the ruling energy of time in our current “time”, because we are going by a solar calendar. But in fact, the entire sky is one big churning entity that is a complex (yet not too complex) system of telling “time”.

There are more interesting numbers encoded at the longest point of totality. As I mentioned above, longest totality is in southern Illinois, which is also the X for the 2024 eclipse and that area (618) has given itself the title of Eclipse Crossroads of America. The starting time for this one happening on Monday is 1:21 p.m. The number 121 is also a very important number to US Merovingians, not one, but two very important people and I’ll just call them Osiris and Horus 😉


This journey leading up to the eclipse became a hurricane of symbolic events and it became super intense starting with 9/11, and got even more so with the 2004 and 2012 transits of VENUS.

channel (n.) early 14c., “bed of running water,” from Old French chanel “bed of a waterway; tube, pipe, gutter,” from Latin canalis “groove, channel, waterpipe” (see canal). Given a broader, figurative sense 1530s (of information, commerce, etc.); meaning “circuit for telegraph communication” (1848) probably led to that of “band of frequency for radio or TV signals” (1928).



2004 Transit of Venus

What happened in 2004?

  • Queen Elizabeth II christens the RMS Queen Mary 2 cruise liner, currently the largest ocean liner in the world
  • Simultaneous explosions on rush hour trains in Madrid kill 190 people. Five suspects blow themselves up
  • Lance Armstrong of Austin, Texas wins an unprecedented 6th consecutive Tour de France cycling title
  • Hurricane Charley kills 12 people in Florida after killing four in Cuba and one in Jamaica.
  • The Boston Red Sox win the World Series in baseball for the first time since 1918.
  • The Statue of Liberty is reopened to the public
  • Following ethnic cleansing by government backed militia in Darfur, Sudan one million people flee their homes
  • After striking Grenada, Jamaica and Cuba, Hurricane Ivan strikes mainland US with winds in excess of 130MPH causing massive damage and loss of life.
  • Facebook is launched as a social networking site only open to students from Harvard in February by Mark Zuckerberg
  • Hurricane Jeanne killed over 3,000, most in Haiti.
  • After increases in Fuel Prices the Major Oil Companies make the highest profits in History Exxon Mobile — $242,365 Billion, Royal Dutch Shell $235,598 Billion, British Petroleum $232,571 Billion
  • Janet Jackson’s breast is briefly exposed by Justin Timberlake during the Super Bowl halftime show

And, the most devastating…on 12.26.2004

  • The strongest earthquake in 40 years originates from the Indian Ocean close to Indonesia, measuring 9.3 on the Richter Scale. Creating tsunami waves that sweep across much of the coastlines of Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, the Maldives, Burma, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. At least 290,000 people are confirmed to have died from South Asia to as far as South Africa.

Thailand (previously known as Siam… I am) has a city that is often called the best city in the world.

Bangkok can be added to the list of cities that use waterways as frequent transit (Amsterdam, Venice, San Antonio).



a channel “bed of running water,”

The Latin word lucifer, corresponding to Greek φωσφόρος, was used as a name for the morning star and thus appeared in the Vulgate translation of the Hebrew word הֵילֵל (helel), meaning Venus as the brilliant, bright or shining one, in Isaiah 14:12, where the Septuagint Greek version uses, not φωσφόρος, but ἑωσφόρος. As a translation of the same Hebrew word the King James Version gave “Lucifer”, a name often understood as a reference to Satan. Modern translations of the same passage render the Hebrew word instead as “morning star”, “daystar”, “shining one” or “shining star”. In Revelation 22:16, Jesus is referred to as the morning star, but not as lucifer in Latin, nor as φωσφόρος in the original Greek text, which instead has ὁ ἀστὴρ ὁ λαμπρὸς ὁ πρωϊνός (ho astēr ho lampros ho prōinos), literally: the star, the shining one, the dawn. In the Vulgate Latin text of 2 Peter 1:19 the word “lucifer” is used of the morning star in the phrase “until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts”, the corresponding Greek word being φωσφόρος.

Lucifer Night Club tourism destinations

“circuit for telegraph communication”


2012 Transit of Venus

What happened in 2012?

  • The Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II celebrating the 60th anniversary of her ascension to the throne in 1952 takes place, with celebrations throughout the year in the United Kingdom and around the world.
  • A gunman opens fire at a midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, Colorado, killing twelve and injuring fifty-eight people on July 20th. The suspected shooter James Holmes was captured by police and his trial was scheduled for February of 2014.
  • The Summer Olympics are held in London, England from July 27th to August 12th. The top three medal winning countries during the games were the United States, China and Great Britain. US Swimmer Michael Phelps became the most decorated Olympian of all time after bringing his medal count to twenty-two at these games.
  • Hurricane Sandy devastates the US East Coast and kills around two-hundred people on the US Coast and in the Caribbean in October.
  • The Mars Science Laboratory or “Curiosity Rover” successfully lands on Mars.
  • US President Barack Obama is re-elected for his second term after running against Republican opponent Mitt Romney.
  • Twenty-year-old Adam Lanza attacked Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut shooting and killing 26 people on December 14th, most of the victims were children. Lanza killed himself before he could be caught. The attack was recorded as the second deadliest mass shooting committed by a single gunman in US history and opened up further discussion on gun control and mental health.
  • Hugo Chavez is re-elected as the president of Venezuela, however his failing health prevents him from leading as he undergoes several surgeries and he dies in early 2013.
  • Whitney Houston, widely recognized as one of the greatest voices in history, dies in the bathtub of a hotel at the age of forty-eight after drowning due to a drug overdose on February 11th
  • The end of the Mayan calendar
  • “On Friday, Dec. 21st, there will be a transit of Venus visible from Saturn, and we will be watching it using  the Cassini spacecraft,” says Phil Nicholson, a Cassini science team member from Cornell University. “This will be the first time a transit of Venus has been observed from deep space.”

Venus transits are always in pairs, eight years apart.

The second most recent transit of Venus observed from Earth took place on June 8, 2004. The event received significant attention, since it was the first Venus transit after the invention of broadcast media. No human alive at the time had witnessed a previous Venus transit since that transit occurred on December 6, 1882.

channel – “band of frequency for radio or TV signals”

The last transit of Venus was on 5 and 6 June 2012, and was the last Venus transit of the 21st century; the prior transit took place on 8 June 2004. The previous pair of transits were in December 1874 and December 1882. The next transits of Venus will be on 10–11 December 2117, and 8 December 2125.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Assuming you watch the Perseid show this morning, don’t pack up when twilight starts to paint the sky. About 45 minutes before the Sun comes up, look for a bright object hovering just above the horizon in the east-southeast. This is the night sky’s brightest star, magnitude –1.5 Sirius in the constellation Canis Major. From mid-northern latitudes, the luminary climbs some 4° high a half-hour before sunrise and should stand out if you have a clear and unobstructed horizon. The return of Sirius to the predawn sky was an occasion for celebration in ancient Egypt. Around 3000 b.c., this so-called heliacal rising of Sirius heralded the coming flood of the Nile River, an event upon which agriculture — and all life in Egypt — depended.

a flood of frequency is coming…

channel (n.) early 14c., “bed of running water,” from Old French chanel “bed of a waterway; tube, pipe, gutter,” from Latin canalis “groove, channel, waterpipe” (see canal). Given a broader, figurative sense 1530s (of information, commerce, etc.); meaning “circuit for telegraph communication” (1848) probably led to that of “band of frequency for radio or TV signals” (1928).




The Sirius Lone Star, god help us

Narrated by Frank Albo… 1:37

Places, places, …PLACES EVERYONE, … and… ACTION! (sound of wooden slappy thing on the thing you see on takes when filming a move-ee and people are act-ing).

The One Two Two in Paris, France


The One-Two-Two was named after its address, 122 Rue de Provence. The numbers were translated into English to ensure that tourists would be able to find the brothel.

Opened in 1924 by Marcel Jamet and his wife Doriane— who herself was an erstwhile courtesan of Le Chabanais, the most popular and posh bordello in Paris until the advent of the One-Two-Two. Jamet and his wife designed their brothel as a sort of trip around the world. Based on a Kama Sutra-esque exploration, sexual wonderment and expression where inspired by travel through rooms decorated to evoke both world geography and history – with nods to various fetishes becoming more emphatic the more stairs patrons were willing to climb. While it boasted a deceptively austere exterior, The One-Two-Two was, on the inside, something of an X-rated theme park.


Travis and Hunter drive to Houston, while Hunter recounts the Big Bang and the origins of Earth. When they arrive at the Houston bank, Hunter identifies his mother in a car, making a drive-in deposit. He calls for Travis via walkie-talkie, and they follow her car to the peep-show club where she works. While Hunter waits outside, Travis goes in, finding the business has rooms with one-way mirrors, where clients only converse with the strippers through a telephone. He eventually sees Jane, though she cannot see him, and leaves.


The next day, Travis leaves Hunter at the Méridien Hotel in downtown Houston, with a message that he feels obliged to reunite mother and son, as he is guilty of separating them in the first place. Travis returns to the peep show. Seeing Jane again, and with her seemingly unaware of who he is, he tells her a story, ostensibly about other people. He describes a man and younger girl who meet, marry and have a child.,_Texas_(film)


Le Meridian in Paris, France


Paris, Tennessee



KPAC’s name (Krider Performing Arts Center) is taken from a Paris, Tennessee, couple, Clem and Ruby Krider. For more than 60 years, they played a major role in the art community of Henry County. Ruby taught public speaking and drama to many generations of Parisians, a few being Tony winner Cherry Jones, Pulitzer Prize winner John Noble Wilford, Cheers star Shelley Long, Vanderbilt law professor Robert Covington, and Ford Motor Company Controller Frank Mason.

In the summer of 2003, KPAC was minorly hit by a tornado passing through the Henry County area.


The lobby windows and such were damaged. It wasn’t damaged nearly as badly, though, as one of the nearby wings of the Paris Elementary School; the third-grade hallway of the building had to be rebuilt. While the school wing took several months to repair, KPAC was soon and again opened to the public.


“And MJ, my ex husband is from Johnson City. Spent many a white Christmases there. It’s a magical place.”


December 2 & 3 Beautiful Star:  An Appalachian Nativity presented by the KPAC PLAYERS.  This beautiful musical features a score of mountain-styled Christmas music and an ever-inspiring message  of hope!  Performances at 7:00 p.m.  Admission:  $10.00.

The apple…


…it’s how you slice it



The Judgement of Paris is a story from Greek mythology, which was one of the events that led up to the Trojan War and (in slightly later versions of the story) to the foundation of Rome.

It is recounted that Zeus held a banquet in celebration of the marriage of Peleus and Thetis (parents of Achilles). However, Eris, goddess of discord was not invited, for it was believed she would have made the party unpleasant for everyone. Angered by this snub, Eris arrived at the celebration with a golden apple from the Garden of the Hesperides, which she threw into the proceedings as a prize of beauty. According to some later versions, upon the apple was the inscription καλλίστῃ (kallistēi, “To/for the fairest one”).

Three goddesses claimed the apple: Hera, Athena and Aphrodite. They asked Zeus to judge which of them was fairest, and eventually he, reluctant to favor any claim himself, declared that Paris, a Trojan mortal, would judge their cases, for he had recently shown his exemplary fairness in a contest in which Ares in bull form had bested Paris’s own prize bull, and the shepherd-prince had unhesitatingly awarded the prize to the god.

Thus it happened that, with Hermes as their guide, the three candidates bathed in the spring of Ida, then confronted Paris on Mount Ida in the climactic moment that is the crux of the tale. After failing to judge their beauty with their clothing on, the three goddesses stripped nude to convince Paris of their worthiness.

Symbolically, “nude” means “spirit” or that the energy is spiritual.

While Paris inspected them, each attempted with her powers to bribe him; Hera offered to make him king of Europe and Asia, Athena offered wisdom and skill in war, and Aphrodite, who had the Charites and the Horai to enhance her charms with flowers and song (according to a fragment of the Cypria quoted by Athenagoras of Athens), offered the world’s most beautiful woman (Euripides, Andromache, l.284, Helena l. 676). This was Helen of Sparta, wife of the Greek king Menelaus. Paris accepted Aphrodite’s gift and awarded the apple to her, receiving Helen as well as the enmity of the Greeks and especially of Hera. The Greeks’ expedition to retrieve Helen from Paris in Troy is the mythological basis of the Trojan War.

twerk it out

Pythagoras may have become acquainted with the Pentagram during his sojourns in Egypt and Babylon (perhaps 554-533 BCE); in any case the Pythagoreans used it as a sign of recognition (Iambl., Vita Pyth. XXXIII). They called the Pentagram  (Hugieia), which is usually translated “Health,” but has more the sense of Soundness…

or Wholeness, and, more generally, any Divine Blessing (LSJ s.v. hugieia, Suppl. s.v. hugieia). (Hugieia comes from the same Indo-European root as gives us “quick” [i.e. living], “viva,” “vital,” “bios” [life], “zôê” [life] and “azoth.”

Defining “the block” is where saturn and time are relevant…


It has been traditionally associated with “vigor”, “vigil” and the Latin words “vegetus” [lively, vigorous] and “vegeo” [to quicken], which come from the same Indo-European root as “Wicca” and “Witch.”)

The Pentagram was still used to mean “Hugieia” in Paracelsus’ time (c.1493-1541). The Pythagoreans also used “Be sound / whole / blessed!” (, Hugiaine!) as their greeting or password (Scholia in Aristoph., Nubes 609; Lucian, Pro lapsu 5). In fact Bonner (p. 177) notes that “Hugieia” is a fairly common inscription on amulets, and that Perdrizet thinks it and similar inscriptions are Oriental in origin (although the word is Greek). Hugieia (Hygeia) is also, of course, the Goddess of Health, called Salus by the Romans; She is the daughter of the God Aesculapius.

Down here in the ‘holler (chattanooga), I grew up knowing telephone number prefixes (the first 3 numbers) as 867, being in lots of phone numbers of friends, etc. I remember having a land line phone number and also my friends having a number that started with 867…Jenny, I got your number 😉

What is “this”? What is happening? Where are we? Here, there, everywhere?!…

IMO, it’s about our human experience that is connected to a source that is having a human experience in order to know “itself”. The Venus factor is seeming to be “how much do you want to know?”

Venus is about freedom. Do what you want 😉

In other words, what is the structure constant in this dream realm?

In the town the King has announced that he wishes to marry off his daughter, but any suitor must agree to complete an arduous task to the end or be put to death. After one glimpse of the beautiful girl, the young man agrees. The King tosses a golden ring into the sea and tells the young man to retrieve it. He also adds that the young man must either bring the ring back, drown retrieving the ring, or be drowned upon returning without it.

Immediately three fish appear floating a bit of seaweed ahead of them, and on the seaweed rests the King’s ring. Astonished, the King agrees to the marriage of his daughter to the young man. However, the daughter sets him upon another task of refilling sacks of grain that she has spilled in the grass. The young man is discouraged because he believes it impossible to gather all of the grain from the ground and he lies down and falls asleep shortly. When he wakes, he looks over at the sacks that were empty the night before. To his surprise, they are now filled with grain with not one grain missing. The Ant King had all of the ants working the entire night to fill them.

Still not satisfied with this suitor, the daughter sends him off on another undertaking to bring her an apple from the Tree of Life. The man did not know where the Tree of Life stood, but he set off anyway. After he had walked through three kingdoms, he heard the three fledglings say that they had retrieved the Golden Apple for him after flying over the sea to the end of the world where the Tree of Life stood. Extremely thankful, the young man took the Golden Apple to the princess, and split it with her. The two married and lived in undisturbed happiness to a great age.

It’s about alchemy, the great work, the finished product, the joining of opposites, the union, the grand finale, the most beautiful thing, the most perfect, the ascension.


Home is ONE.


we haven’t even talked about the eclipse yet…

The Lone Star

This is a stream of connected things. There is a point in syncromystical connections where it is easier to just present it like this because each connection becomes a rabbit hole and I don’t have time to write all of that and I wanted the merovingians to have a look at this. Here we go!



This is a map of locations of mass shootings and other tragedies (if you believe what you see in the NEWS). The very top point is where the Manitoba Legislative building is. And there is just something about Texas…

pentagram shootings

San Antonio, Texas


riverwalk 1

Amsterdam, Netherlands



Venice, Italy



St. Mark’s Basilica and the Tower


Venetian, Phoenician, Venice, Venus




Venus. Venezuela

Seven Sisters, Texas (next to Orange Grove)


Venus born in Shell


House of Orange (Dutch)


Royal Dutch Shell, commonly known as Shell, is a British–Dutch multinational oil and gas company headquartered in the Netherlands and incorporated in the United Kingdom. It is one of the six oil and gas “supermajors” and the sixth-largest company in the world measured by 2016 revenues (and the largest based in Europe). Shell was first in the 2013 Fortune Global 500 list of the world’s largest companies; in that year its revenues were equivalent to 84% of the Netherlands’ $556 billion GDP.  -wikipedia






Jeanette (Isis, $$, currency)


played by Marie-Josée Croze

For her role in Denis Villeneuve’s Maelström (2001), she received the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role at the 21st Genie Awards.



That’s all for now. Stay tuned for more. There is so much more…

More pics from Over the Rainbow

Hi. Here is a pic of the white rabbit in the yard of my house. When we moved here, I didn’t notice it at first. It was only after we moved in that I noticed the white rabbit in my yard, who is late for a very important date.


In CHA, we don’t have area 51, we have area 61.



Down the street from Area 61…


Last week, me and M went to Ft. Mountain, Georgia.



We went to the ancient stone circle. I don’t know about you, but I feel like these plaque things usually don’t say stuff like this…





Out driving earlier today, I saw this


and then this



Had to get spirits yesterday




His and Hers…


and the cat’s…


His & Hers


88…Lion’s gate


Here we are folks
The dream we all dream of
Boy versus girl in the World Series of love
Tell me, have you got the look?

Here, There, Everywhere

Hi. I just want to share some pics of what I see, where I am. Anyway, where are we?

Here are the first ones. These are pics of the sky here in the southeast. These are taken with my iPhone. They are unedited. These are pictures of a sunset a few weeks ago. I like to call it “nuclear sunset”.




Here is a picture of the sky from my house on a nice, low-humidity day. All of the pictures in this blog post are taken with my iPhone and are unedited. Like the nuclear sunset pics, this one is both beautiful, yet has an unrealness about it, also.


Here is a picture of the skyline at night, from my house.


This is a picture of my cat, Fizzy. Also known as Fizzio del Gato Domingues Catstillo.

Cat so regal.

This is a picture of my cat, Zeus. He is a royal cousin of Fizzy. Zeus is also known as Kat Zeus al Kat Allah Kat Khemet.

Kat Prince Kat Zeus

This is a sculpture outside an art museum here in CHA.




This is one of many portal sculptures in my city. This one is in St. Elmo, which is at the foot of Lookout Mountain.





Here is a picture of a fly on my windshield.


Here is a picture of the view from Lookout Mountain, and this is the view of the Georgia side (the other side being Tennessee). We went up here to see some stars. Whatever this little town is (possibly Trenton, GA?) looks sort of like a computer chip.


Here is a picture of same view with my flash turned on.



And I’ll finish this post with a picture of a painting from one of my favorite local restaurants.


There will be part 2 and 3 and possibly more. Just wanting to share…because, where are we?





The Star, and the Sun and the Moon


On the bleak landscape where the Tower stood, the Fool sits, empty, despairing. He hoped to find direction on this spiritual journey, a path to his spiritual self, but having just learned that most of his life was a lie, he now feels lost. Sitting on the cold stones, he gazes up at the night sky wishing for some kind of guide. And that is when he notices, nearby, a beautiful girl with two water urns. As he watches, she kneels by a pool of water illuminated with reflected starlight. She empties the urns, one into the pool, one onto the thirsty ground.

“What are you doing,” he asks her. She looks up at him, her eyes twinkling like stars. “I am refilling this pool, so that those who are thirsty may drink, and I am also watering the earth so that more fruit trees will grow to feed those who are hungry.” She nods back to a single fruit tree that stands nearby, a nightingale singing amid its branches.

“Come,” she invites. “Sate your hunger and quench your thirst.”

The Fool plucks some fruit from the tree, then kneels by her and drinks from the pool. The water tastes wonderful, like liquid starlight, and the fruit is equally delicious. Both help to heal his wounded heart.

Having quenched his thirst and sated his hunger, the Fool lays back to gaze up at the stars. “They’re so beautiful,” he said, “but so distant.”

“Like possible futures,” agrees the girl. “Cool and distant. Yet if you keep one in sight, it can guide you to your destination no matter how far away it is.” Even as she says this, she began to fade away, like dew, vanishing. All that remains is a gleam that was at the center of her forehead. This rises up and up, until it settles in the night sky as a shining star. “Follow your star,” the woman’s voice seems to sing from that light, “and have hope.”

The Fool takes in a breath and rises. It is a dark night, a desolate land. But for the first time, he has a guiding light to show him the way. Distant as it is, it restores his faith.


Following the star the Fool travels through the night. The full Moon rises, illuminating for him a watery path. And he begins to feel disoriented, as if walking in his sleep. He passes under the moon, between two pillars ancient and strange. Suddenly, he looks around to find himself in another land entirely. When he was in the presence of the High Priestess, he saw hints of this dark land through the sheer veil draped behind her throne. And later, when he hung from the tree, he felt himself between the physical world and this one. Now, he has at last passed behind the veil.

Here are the mysteries he sought, the darkest mysteries, ones that have to do with the most primal and ancient powers. It is a land poets, artists, musicians and madmen know well, a terrifying, alluring place, with very different rules. Wolves run wild across this land, hunting along side maidens with bow and arrows. Creatures from childhood nightmares and fantasies peer from shadows, eyes glowing.

The path the Fool was walking is now a river, and he stands hip-deep in the powerful pull of its salty waters. There is, on the nearby shore, a small boat, but it has no rudder, no oar. The Fool realizes he has only two choices. He can lose himself in this desolate, primal land of madness and illusion, howl with the wolves, be hunted down, or he can get into the boat and trust himself to the river. The moon will be in control either way, but in the boat his surrender to the powers of the unconscious will at least take him somewhere.

Inspiration, visions and genius are the rewards of such surrender to the Moon’s Magic, as artists, poets and seers know. The Fool gets into the boat, and shoves off. As the waters sweep him away, moonbeams light his “path” and he feels the Mistress of this dark land gazing down at him with the High Priestess’s approving eyes.


The Fool wakes at dawn from his long, dark night of the soul to find that the river has deposited him in a serene pool. There is a walled garden around this pond dominated by roses, lilies and splendid, nodding sunflowers. Stepping ashore, he watches the sun rise overhead. The day is clear. A child’s laughter attracts his attention and he sees a little boy ride a small white pony into the garden.

“Come!” says the little boy, leaping off the horse and running up to him. “Come see!” And the child proceeds to take the Fool’s hand and enthusiastically point out all manner of things, the busy insects in the grass, the seeds and petals on the sunflowers, the way the light sparkles on the pond. He asks questions of the Fool, simple but profound ones, like “Why is the sky blue?” He sings songs, and plays games with the Fool.

At one point the Fool stops, blinking up at the Sun so large and golden overhead, and he finds himself smiling, wider and brighter than he has in a very long time. He has been tested and tried, confused and scared, dismayed and amazed. But this is the first time that he has been simply and purely happy. His mind feels illuminated, his soul light and bright as a sunbeam, and it’s all thanks to this child with his simple questions, games and songs. This boy has helped the Fool see the world and himself anew.

“Who are you?” the Fool asks the child at last. The child smiles at this and seems to shine. And then he grows brighter and brighter until he turns into pure sunlight.

“I’m You,” the boy’s voice says throughout the garden, “The new you.” And as the words fill the Fool with warmth and energy, he comes to realize that this garden, the sun above, the child, all exist within him. He has just met his own inner light.



King Jupiter



“My handshake with him, it’s not innocent,” Macron said. “It’s not the alpha and the omega of politics, but a moment of truth.”




JUPITER is the ruling planet of SAGITTARIUS


And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars  Revelation 12:1



eMManuel Macron