When spending time with Nature, looking at all her forms and expressions, we realise that she is beautiful because she is alive.
Even in terrible harshness, sharp and scarring, barren and bare. Even in death she breathes and allows the current of life to linger and flow. Inspired, we could accomplish so much from that impulsion to grow (undoubtedly provided this be natural and not synthetically provoked).
Yet synthetically provoked, favoured in this modern man’s world, most of it is already dead anyway. Plugged in yet disconnected. Another intelligence, unnatural, artificial.
“A handful of us determine what will be on the…news broadcasts, or for that matter, the [newspapers]… Indeed it is a handful of us with this awesome power…we must decide which news items, out of hundreds available, we are going to expose that day. And those [news stories] available to us already have been culled and re-culled by persons far outside our control.”
New Moon No Moon is in Taurus right now, with our Sun, there are no heavenly bodies in the constellation of Gemini whatsoever, take a look for yourself using an Astronomical Sky Viewing App or by learning about the night sky and plotting the observable positions yourself without the use of modern technology if you prefer, either way, if you claim to be a truth seeker then stop relying on others who do NOT study the actual positions of the cosmos to tell you and take responsibility for where you invest your energy.
Most know not what they do and are communicating erroneous positions from false, fixed calculations, or blatantly lying with juxtapositions based in outdated and dead systems – be wary of who you repost, be wary of what you say, ain’t no Gemini about this season, so why are you being led to believe so?
If you’d like assistance in connecting with our natural, observable, living sky, please get in touch with Claudette @akacloudette and find out how to join our growing community of curious stargazers via Skystrology.
When are you going to start looking up? Asking more questions? Connecting to what is? We are expecting you 🌠❤
Recently I was blessed to discover Sona Jobarteh playing the Kora live with her band of equally talented musicians, I didn’t personally film until the very end of the concert because I wanted to be present. To give you an idea, I’ve taken this video that is much better quality from Youtube:
Not only did I feel the music incredibly profound, beautiful and emotional. The skills of all the musicians, the vibes, their humanity and their presence on the closing night in Toulouse were truly touching.
That’s why there’s been such a mainstream push on the incarceration of men for petty crimes in poor neighbourhoods over the years.
Byways of media manipulation, rather than doing anything to truly combat hatred and intolerance, the gender distortion colonises minds, headlines see crowds just blanket toxifying the strong, masculine males of our society over and over again without consideration for the person or individual acts.
Out and about, between waves of salt and snow, I heeded the call to let it all go.
Despite appearances, nothing comfortable, synthetic or artificial can ever actually fulfil us.
For it is amongst all the apparently uncivilised, savage and wild things that we can satiate our yearning. In that often unknown and uncomfortable space, that’s where we truly begin to learn to act with grace.
Please enjoy a rough poem, an untamed ode to our wild nature. An extension of gratitude to our cosmic mother from the undomesticated being within us. A reminder to reverence or a warning, an alarm that alerts you’ve possibly strayed too far, consider this a loving call to bring you back to all that you are,
Inspired by the art of strong women and the potent men gifted to us by them, forever dancing between two principles, finding that fine line of balance amongst all that is duality, working on the great sum of all paradox,
“Each day a few more lies eat into the seed with which we are born, little institutional lies from the print of newspapers, the shock waves of television, and the sentimental cheats of the movie screen.”