“We shall dive down through black abysses…and in that lair of the Deep Ones we shall dwell amidst wonder and glory forever.”
― H.P. Lovecraft
On October 13th, 2019 there will be a Full Moon in Sidereal Pisces, astrologically this points to a very intense time due to reaching particular ends. We need to be wise to understand that every ending is a new beginning, also wise to let the things go that no longer serve our Soul’s benefit. This is a process and does not happen overnight, no matter how much skin a snake sheds, it is still a snake. So no matter what you have been through, the lesson is that you are still you. In this article, I will point to problems and solutions with the hopes that the reader sees the intrinsic link between the two.
The Moon’s position will be aligned with Pisces as well as the Constellation Cetus, the sea monster of Greek mythology. Which in astrology speaks to a cumulative constellation that pulls off the surrounding energy of Aquarius, Pisces, and Aries. So in the full moon context, the moon placed here is likened to a bridge into Aries. In mythology, there were these sea creatures that made the waters a dangerous place. Unless, you were able to bring yourself into favor with these beasts through offerings, in that case, these beasts gave you a safe passage. So in real terms, the ancestral plane, your higher selves, or guardian angels seek ceremony as offerings to move onto the next level, which is represented astrologically as Aries. These creatures usually sit on top of unforetold riches and treasure. They do not seek fear but understanding that you are on a journey. In Hindu Mythology Lakshmi the Goddess of wealth is seen sitting on a makara, as a symbol of transformation, or the necessary state of chaos before a new state of prosperity. With all of this being said, we abstract on our perspective. Are we perceiving the chaos of inevitable endings? Or are we preparing for our new beginning? In Native American lore centered in the Great Lakes were said to be a sea monster by the name of Mishipeshu. He protected the copper mines of Southern Canada and Northern Michigan by causing storms or sweeping you away in the Lakes strong currents. Even to this day, Lake Michigan is the cause of much misfortune. So we can see how placating particular “monsters” allows safe passage or on the contrary, how focusing on the fear of the situation can lead to misfortune. So in laying out the problem, I will focus the rest of the article on the solution.
The Moon lies in the 3rd Decan of Pisces which is directly connected to the feminine receptive principle of your pineal gland. So this full moon is one of internalizing and self-reflecting. In this space, the amount of energy needed is unlimited, and the possibilities are endless. The Feminine produces and manifests, whether we accept our present reality or not, we are submerged within manifestation. To go within and utilize the function of the spiritual ceremony, allows you to recenter and focus on what you desire. After a deep realization and connection, there will be tests, and you will either go forward into connection or revert into your old habits. Proper energy to research and channel is Lakshmi the Goddess of Prosperity and seek different ways to connect and empower wealth and prosperity for your next moon cycle.
The Sun lies in the 3rd Decan of Virgo which directly opposes the Moon. This Decan represents the receptive parts of our pineal gland that we have been cut off from. At a deeper level this Decan of the Soul. Connection to the soul allows you to be vulnerable because you are honest. Knowing yourself at a deep level allows you to see into others in the same fashion. Connection with the soul allows you to be present and go where life leads you. Connection with the soul allows you to eliminate old ways of thinking in order to appreciate the moment. Connection to the Soul allows you to connect to your wealth and also gets you out of your shell to benefit others in the same fashion. This is another space where we can utilize the energy of Lakshmi to bring out our natural gifts.
There is a T-Square to Pluto between the Full Moon that happens in the third Decan of Sidereal Sagittarius. Which represents our ability to look back on our growth while realizing that we are far removed from that space. This transformational space indicates a psychic will which opposes our human/social will. The confusion of the T-Square speaks to not speaking from the Soul level and wondering what the problem is. The solution is to not direct your will but learn how to break it free from the mental chains you have put on it. This is another space to learn to let go. In ancient Greek, the word for butterfly is “psyche”, which translated means “soul”. Meaning that you can be in different states of awareness and live within that world. If you feel you have been in an incubation phase for a while, this Full Moon represents a releasing of the cocoon, and emerges is the Soul. For better or worse.
The Moon will be present in the Revathi Nakshatra during this Full Moon. The last Nakshatra where the Moon finishes his journey to embark on the next. This is the opulent nakshatra. “If you have no possessions, then it is because you have not used the law of opulence for your own benefit. It is a well-known fact in Occultism that everyone has now just what he deserves, and this is as true, relative to opulence, as it is to spiritual and mental qualities.”
Revati’s main goal is to ensure a safe journey ahead. This Nakshatra is ruled by Pushan, the lord of Cattle and the lord of Paths. Cattle in this context represent nourishment for many, and nourishment represents energy we all need to create our paths. So through leading, protecting, and connecting we can move to new pastures assuredly.
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 Makara (Sanskrit: मकर) is a legendary sea-creature in Hindu culture. It is generally depicted as half terrestrial animal in the frontal part (stag, deer or elephant) and half aquatic animal in the hind part (usually a fish or seal tail, snake tail though sometimes a peacock or even a floral tail is depicted).
 Richard Ingalese | The History of Mind.