Nature’s mysteries are revealed in Scorpio
Sagittarius and the Tongue of Kali
Our previous post of “Astrological Oddities” captured several Sagittarius celebrities performing their “tongue in cheek” expressions. One response to this was from my astrologer friend Carol, who sent me a picture, noting the tongue of Kali, the Hindu Goddess. Kali’s long tongue is extended outward–just like we saw in our facial photos of Centaur celebrities. This Tongue of Kali piqued my curiosity.
In the image, I saw Kali’s bloody sword and the snakes–they certainly fit our western interpretation of Scorpio. On Kali’s other hand, there is the bowl of fire and the Archer’s bow–symbols of the Sagittarius Centaur.
This is our 1st blog presentation on “ASTROLOGICAL ODDITIES”
Here is an Astrological Oddity to look at! One of my acquaintances on the internet commented on a “Miley Cyrus/ Christina Aquilla collage I created some years ago. Both of the ladies were sticking out their tongues. I noted that it reminded me of the “frisky horses” that were on a ranch I lived on as a kid. When the horses’ heads reared back, their jaws would project to the front, and their tongues would stick out. These centaurs were ready to be un-reined.
Christina Aquilera , Sarah Silverman, Bill Nye and Miley Cyrus all have Sagittarius Suns. Albert Einstein had a Sagittarius Moon. Do their expressions match any of the Centaurs you know?
The Fall Equinox and the Dance of the Seasonal Lights
Every month, the PULSE OF NATURE changes polarity as the Sun enters a new Zodiac sign. Thusly, on a monthly basis, we intend to show how the rhythms and patterns of the changing daily, monthly and yearly lights on this Earth create the Divine Operating Process, that makes all life possible on this planet. It is our goal to show how this process becomes the maker of our individual personalities, and this author believes it all can be told with the wonderful language of astrology. Here, we look at Libra’s role in “The Dance of the Seasonal Lights”. Some of the material in this monthly blog is updated and revised from the “twelve step process” that is described and illustrated in its’ entirety on our web site.