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The Zodiac & the Perception of Unity - an Introduction to the 12 Signs of the Zodiac

. . . no real understanding of the zodiac is possible without a perception of its unity. The zodiac is a symbol, in its complete form, of the human consciousness. But as this is equal to the All, made in God’s image so to speak, we also find in the zodiac the answer to many enigmas about our universe. These, as well as the mysteries of human consciousness, can only be unraveled on the basis of a unity of vision, of a sense of wholeness, of integrality. - Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet, The Magical Carousel, Commentaries, p. 84 Continue reading ‘The Zodiac & the Perception of Unity - an Introduction to the 12 Signs of the Zodiac’

The Zodiac: Aries, Taurus & Gemini - a Summary from ‘The Magical Carousel’

The Zodiac is a belt of 9° on either side of the ecliptic of the Sun, not to be confused with the Constellation of similar names. The Zodiac is always the same, that is, it always begins at the vernal equinox with 0° Aries, when the Sun’s path along the ecliptic crosses the equator about March 21st each year, coinciding with the Constellations every 25,920 years, approximately. The word Zodiac derives from the Greek work zoe, meaning life, or zoion, living being. Continue reading ‘The Zodiac: Aries, Taurus & Gemini - a Summary from ‘The Magical Carousel’’

The Zodiac: Libra, Scorpio & Sagittarius - a Summary from ‘The Magical Carousel’

 

Libra

Chapter VII – Libra

Libra is an Air sign, of Cardinal Energy Quality, masculine and ruled by the feminine planet Venus. In the signs of the first half of the wheel, those masculine are ruled by masculine planets and feminine, by feminine planets. Now a reversal takes place and there is a greater interplay and exchange occurring, the meanings become more intricate, more subtle, the individual must make, he must strive to awaken his consciousness and seek his divine origin, no longer remaining a dumb pawn in the compelling play of Nature. Continue reading ‘The Zodiac: Libra, Scorpio & Sagittarius - a Summary from ‘The Magical Carousel’’

The Zodiac: Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces - a Summary from ‘The Magical Carousel’

 

Capricorn

Chapter X – Capricorn

Capricorn is an Earth sign, of Cardinal energy quality, feminine, ruled by Saturn and co-ruled by the new planet Pluto. It is Cosmic Midday, the Sun’s highest point, visible throughout the lands, the Divine bathing creation in his glorious light.

It can be said that the whole Zodiac is the horoscope of the Divine Mother, or the map of the evolution of manifested divinity in time and space. Continue reading ‘The Zodiac: Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces - a Summary from ‘The Magical Carousel’’

The Makar Sankranti

Capricorn glyph on landmass of India - Patrizia Noelli-Bachelet, <i>Time & Imperishability</i>, Aeon BooksWhat role does the Makar Sankranti play both for the individual and the entire [Hindu] Samaj?

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The Magical Carousel, the Zodiac & the Evolutionary Process

In Thea’s autobiography, The Tenth Day of Victory, she describes the process by which [the] extraordinary book [The Magical Carousel] came into being, long before she became aware of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. Continue reading ‘The Magical Carousel, the Zodiac & the Evolutionary Process’

Sri Ram’s Horoscope & the Preservation of Astrological Knowledge

An exchange between Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet (Thea), President of Aeon Trust and Director of Aeon Centre of Cosmology in southern India, and SaiSrinivasan, Executive Officer, Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Administration Department of Government of Tamil Nadu [1] and Trustee of Aeon Trust.

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2012, the Mayan Calendar and ‘The Final Days’

Mayan Cosmogenisis by John Major JenkinsSome thoughts on the 2012 ‘end time’ mania, its origins, its logic, inspired by the article in the New York Times 1 July 2007 edition ‘The Final Days’ by Benjamin Anastas

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