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astroschizy for tuesday, 31-may-2005

Tuesday, 31-May-05 • 2:49PM • Sunrise 5:42AM • Waning Last Quarter Moon 23PI33 at 41% Illum / 22 Days • 10:54AM«»5:09PM • Biorhythm :: P 73%, E -90%, I 90% • BABALEL :: Befafes / Martis : Current Gate ~ 12:47PM (ASMODEUS) ~ Minister SAGACIY : Gate #385 : ROCLE {ARFOFT AQ=128} : {OR-GISG}

Capricorn in Seventh House ‡ Personal relationships and intimacy (Marriage) § SUNRISE–5:42AM • GATES–#383-388 • Svadisthana (Sacral) • #1-Navamï (Kulasundari) #2-Saubhagya-(G) #3-Taitila; #4-F/Wa (lance); #5-[REVATI] ~ (The Abundant) {Pisces 16º40 to 30º :: Lord Mercury}—Ruler Pushan, Shepherd with nourishing milk; Lord of Paths; He leads, protects and gathers the herd in their movement, particularly to new pastures; creates abundance through providing proper nourishment. Kshiradyapani Shakti (power of nourishment symbolized by milk): COW + CALVES = NOURISHMENT • Water-Queen-Mem :: SATTVA (Calm, lucidity, balance) : Salt (Catalyst) : Typhon ~ Devaloka ~ Khon[6]::Khen[4] • White Beryl(zin phung).

Star of wealth. Astronomical constellation: Zeta Piscium. Revati conveys the ideas of: nourishing, supporting, guarding, protecting; developing, finality; prosperity, opulence. Revati confers popularity, courage, cleanliness and a wellformed body.

The uniting cords linking the two fishes of Pisces, branching from alpha through omicron, pi, eta, and rho to the tail of the northernmost Fish, and through xi, nu, mu, f, epsilon, zeta, and delta to omega that marks the tail of the one to the south, were Ptolemy's …, "thread," The Arabians knew these cords as Al H'ait al Kattaniyy, the "Flaxen Thread". Cicero called them Vincla, the "Bonds"; another name was Alligamentum linteum or luteum, divided by Hevelius into Linum boreum and austrinum. (SLM p. 336-345).

KULASUNDARI. Mantra: Aim Hrim Shrim Aim Klim Sauh Kulasundari Nitya Shri Padukam Pujayami Tarpayami Namah ("Aim Klim Sauh" comprise the Tripura bulb which is the united state of knower, knowledge and object of knowledge; the three humours of Vata, Kapha and Sleshma; and Fire, Sun and the Moon). Twelve arms and six faces, right hands holds coral mala (rosary), lotus, a gem-studded pitcher, drinking cip, lemon and displays the exposition mudra. Her left hands hold book, red lotus, golden pen, garland of gems, conch shell and boon mudra. Around her are hosts of Kinnaras, Yakshas, Devas and Gandharvas. Identical with Bala and placed in the Eastern lion-seat. EXPOSITION MUDRA: Vitarka, or Dhammachakka ('exposition' or 'turning of the wheel dharma')-When thumb+forefinger of one hand (vitarka) or both hands (dhammachakka) form a circle (similar to 'OK' gesture), the mudra evokes the first public discourse on Buddhist doctrine.

4:47AM (SGR 1806-20) ~ Minister EILOMFO : Gate #383 : EKIEI {ARFOFU AQ=124} : {OR-VAN}
8:47AM (MARITIMA) ~ Minister NEOTPTA : Gate #384 : HAGONÆL {ARFOFS AQ=122} : {OR-FAM}
12:47PM (ASMODEUS) ~ Minister SAGACIY : Gate #385 : ROCLE {ARFOFT AQ=128} : {OR-GISG}
4:47PM (VENUS) ~ Minister ONEDPON : Gate #386 : LIBA {ARFOF? AQ=97} : {OR-A-BAI}
8:47PM (PEACOCK) ~ Minister NOONMAN : Gate #387 : AVE {ARFOFB AQ=103} : {OR-PÆN}
12:47AM (GUTEMBERGA) ~ Minister ETEVLGL : Gate #388 : AN {ARFOFC AQ=109} : {OR-VEH}

zin-phung & yan-kwong

The final line in this example contains the phrase: zin phung. This is the name of one of the many earth-lords that are considered in the Tibetan version of Chinese astrology, and zin-phung is considered active on this day. This particular information has been requested by a group using this calendar. {Details of the Kalacakra calendar}

zin-phung is mentioned in Tibetan Elemental Divination Paintings: Illuminated Manuscripts from The White Beryl (selling for $495.00 US, btw), Chapter III: Geomantic aspects of the years, months, days and hours, White Beryl (Pages 128 - 129) (pdf).

Once the months and their attributes are settled, further symbolic information is added to the calendar, for the years and days. From the Chinese system this consists of the five elements and the twelve animals, the eight trigrams (known from the I Ching) and the nine numbers, all cycling through the years, months and double-hours (there are twelve of these in single day). These notes are about the Indian system of astrology, and only the briefest information will be given about the various attributes from the Chinese system. Unfotunately, very little is written in the English language about Chinese astrology, and the only substantial work is: Tibetan Elemental Divination Paintings, by Gyurme Dorje, published by John Eskenazi, 2002. {Astrology associated with Kalacakra}

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