In preparation for the Sept 30/Oct 1st new moon in Libra, I wanted to reblog this post I wrote for the New Moon in Libra on October 4, 2013, 3 years ago. Also, I am reflecting a little bit ~ as I LOVE to do. This has been a gorgeous autumn day! Thankfully, it’s been pretty productive, too, in a very balanced way, so I feel justified in posting 2x in one day!
The Sabian Symbol for this Libra New Moon is
“Libra 9. Three old masters hanging in an art gallery. Keywords: wisdom, experience, completeness, art, value, skill, talent, heritage.” -The Sabian symbols were originally channeled by Elsie Wheeler in San Diego at Balboa Park in the 1920s. We tried to visit her grave site here, but her site was moved per family request. Still, we gave our regards to dear Elsie, and said a word of respect to her and her family, respecting their more intimate knowing of her and perhaps their request for more privacy. I encountered these Sabian symbols and used them for many of my interpretations back in early 2000s while I was living in Pittsburgh, and so it was a surprise to end up here in San Diego, much closer to her special location of divination.
I was looking back on my older post, and I saw a two huge typos. I fixed them since. I had accidentally typed out Pisces New Moon, while I had used the correct Sabian symbol for Libra. Hopefully there aren’t many more typos. When I wrote the post, Mercury was retrograde. At least, at this time, Mercury isn’t retrograde while posting, just that I have a lot on my plate.
It’s amazing how much of a difference Mercury Dx makes!
Gosh, wishing ya’ll a great New Moon in Libra! ❤ Happy balancing, connecting, marrying.
October 4th, 2013
This new moon picture will keep us busy. It occurs on October 4th at 5:35 PST. There are some major players, especially the planet Uranus, which I will discuss here. The new moon occurs in the sign of Pisces at 11 degrees 57 minutes, read as Sabian Symbol for Pisces 12 (see Sabian Symbol website linked in my other blog entries to see how Sabian Symbols are given, or google it 🙂 )
“Miners emerging from a mine.”
Emerging from the mine, things don’t look the same. The environment, in the daylight, looks different. It’s time to see what’s behind the shadows. This is not unlike leaving Plato’s cave. When in Plato’s Cave, people mistake that which is real with that which is the shadow cast by the real. “The prisoners may learn what a book is by their experience with shadows of books…
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