The Hearkening

“The first was like a lion, and it had the wings of an eagle. I watched until its wings were torn off and it was lifted from the ground so that it stood on two feet like a human being, and the mind of a human was given to it.  – Daniel 7


I started writing this yesterday (August 23, 2016) and the Sphinx causeway is aligned with the sunset and the sun is in conjunction with Regulus, the heart of Leo and one of the fixed stars, or “watchers” of the zodiac.


10 As for the likeness of their faces, each had the face of a man; each of the four had the face of a lion on the right side, each of the four had the face of an ox on the left side, and each of the four had the face of an eagle.  – Ezekiel 1

ancient of days


It started with a bang.

MM catalina island

Mystery Missile at 33 degrees.

catalina 33

Catalina is a variant of Katherine.

There is a firework named after Catherine of Alexandria who, according to Christian legend, was condemned to death by “breaking on the wheel”. When she touched the wheel it miraculously flew to pieces.

Malta-Gozo: Fireworks
Catherine wheel firework in Malta

The Catherine Wheel reminds me of the cauldron at the Rio olympics.
rio cauldron

According to the traditional narrative, Catherine was the daughter of Constus, the governor of Alexandrian Egypt during the reign of the emperor Maximian (286 – 305). From a young age she had devoted herself to study. A vision of the Madonna and Child persuaded her to become a Christian. When the persecutions began under Maxentius, she went to the emperor and rebuked him for his cruelty. The emperor summoned fifty of the best pagan philosophers and orators to dispute with her, hoping that they would refute her pro-Christian arguments, but Catherine won the debate. Several of her adversaries, conquered by her eloquence, declared themselves Christians and were at once put to death.

Catherine was then scourged and imprisoned, during which time over 200 people came to see her, including Maxentius’ wife, Valeria Maximilla; all converted to Christianity and were subsequently martyred. Upon the failure of Maxentius to make Catherine yield by way of torture, he tried to win the beautiful and wise princess over by proposing marriage. The saint refused, declaring that her spouse was Jesus Christ, to whom she had consecrated her virginity. The furious emperor condemned Catherine to death on a spiked breaking wheel, but, at her touch, it shattered. Maxentius finally had her beheaded.

A tradition dating to about 800 states that angels carried her corpse to Mount Sinai. Her body was discovered around the year 800 at Mount Sinai, with hair still growing and a constant stream of healing oil issuing from her body. In the 6th century, the Eastern Emperor Justinian had established what is now Saint Catherine’s Monastery in Egypt (which is in fact dedicated to the Transfiguration of Christ).

Catherine wheel is an older term for the cartwheel move in gymnastics.


Simon masc. proper name, from Latin, from Greek Symeon, from Hebrew Shim’on, literally “hearkening, hearing,” from shama “he heard.” In English Old Testaments, usually printed as Simeon, but in New Testament almost always as Simon. Confused with Greek masc. proper name Simon, which is from simos “snub-nosed.”

Simone. She heard.


Where is the Sphinx’s nose? Is it “snub-nosed”?

Golden girls Simone Biles and Simone Manuel.

two simones

glass (n.)  “glass, looking glass,” Danish glar), from PIE *ghel- (2) “to shine,”


The Egyptians did not find the same uses for glass that we do today. Glass was not used for windows or doors. Mirrors were made from polished copper.


Glass making eventually evolved into a sophisticated art in Egypt, with shapes and hues becoming increasingly intricate. To the basic formula of sand (silica), soda and lime, cobalt was added to create a blue shade, copper for green, tin was used to produce a milky white while the addition of gold created red. The willingness to incorporate gold into a formula to enhance the beauty of glass indicates that glass was not merely considered a substitute for something precious, but was valuable in its own right.

The Final Five. They’re golden.


Cartwheels of Fortune

The Greatest Of All Time


The Red Woman. Mother Russia.

Botticelli Venus


meteor mystery

On February 15, 2013, many on Earth were watching for news of the approach of an asteroid labeled 2012 DA14. Suddenly, those watchers – and millions of others around the globe – were startled by news of a superbolide, or super bright meteor, above the region of Chelyabinsk in Russia.

Things falling from the sky! The Mystery Missile and the Mystery Meteor happen to form a golden polar alignment. From the Mystery Missile over Santa Catalina Island to the North Pole is 6288 km (1.618) and from the North Pole to Chelyabinsk, Russia is 3886 km (1).

Russia has been in the news lots lately, mostly for it’s email hacking, doping, and media hacking, and shirtless Putin riding a bear, etc.

The Mother Russian Meteor 2.15

Like Rome, Constantinople, and Moscow, Chelyabinsk is said to be located on seven hills.

rome seven hills

Campus Martius (Camp of Mars), seven hills, and the Janiculum.

The Janiculum was a center for the cult of the god Janus: its position overlooking the city made it a good place for augurs to observe the auspices. – wikipedia

seven hills she wolf

Romulus and Remus and the she-wolf. Lupercalia

Lupercalia was a very ancient, possibly pre-Roman pastoral festival, observed on February 13 through 15, to avert evil spirits and purify the city, releasing health and fertility. Lupercalia subsumed Februa, an earlier-origin spring cleansing ritual held on the same date, which gives the month of February (Februarius) its name.

lupercalia rising

Wolf, Canis Major.


Dog collar.

scarab necklace
woof woof.

wolf kundalini


apocalyptic scene in norcia

Nortia is the Etruscan Goddess of Fate, who is similar to the Roman Goddess Fortuna.

blind wheel goddess

Rio de Janeiro means “River of Janus”, or the river of two gates. If you’ll notice some of the most beautiful cities have a river and a mountain or high place.

Rome: the Tiber runs by the seven hills and the Campus Martius.

Paris: the Seine runs by the Champ du Mars where the Eiffel Tower is.

Cairo: the Nile flows by the pyramids and Sphinx. (Cairo means “Mars”)

Rio de Janeiro: the Janus River and Serro do Mar and Christ the Redeemer

Chattanooga: the Tennessee River, Lookout Mountain, and Campo du Marco

The interesting thing about the Nile is that it’s source is undetermined. There are claims that the source is Lake Victoria Nyanza but that is always stated as the source of the White Nile. The Nile is symbolic of the Milky Way and the flow of information from the heavens. The source of the Nile (the River of Osiris) is the ‘sun behind the sun’, or the ‘black sun’ that is the source of all spiritual data, and that comes from…

orion eye
The Sun behind the sun.

The most “generative” place in the sky flowing through the delta.

river and delta sirius orion




Water is MEMory. It IS currency. All that is.

all that is card

Everything vibrates. First a thought, then you speak. Everything and everyone IS a “spoke” on the wheel, because you already spoke. It flows from the SINter and outward from there. The source has the data.

This is Fortuna…whatever happens, happens. She doesn’t see, it just happens. It’s Mary. The Stella Maris.


This is Lucy, the woman with the FIRE.

wild card


liberty gold

Liberty. 121 total.

46  gold chromosomes. You are golden.

February 15 is the 46th day of the year.

121 + 215 = 336

Time stands still.

time amatrice

Save the clock tower?

Orlando = gold. Time stood still.

orlando time stood still


burned with the sun

here is everywhere


Today…Sirius heliacal rising at the Paris latitude. Through the hypercube.


Le Grande Arche is aligned with the Sphinx and pyramids. You are everywhere and nowhere.



A constant state of “becoming”.




9 thoughts on “The Hearkening”

      1. Both views are correct, but very different. I co-founded a health freedom organization using a variation of the cube as a logo with the tag line “there’s more than one way of looking at health”. I lack the wisdom of Solomon, but know that if I get hit by a bus I want to go to a trauma ER and not a herbalist…that view got me ousted from the outfit I started and marginalized in the broader community.

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