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« Reply #360 on: May 10, 2020, 09:30 AM »

Hi Helena,

Her personal fight to remain inwardly defined by her knowing of the natural laws that were set in motion by the Source Of All Things, giving, sharing, and inclusion, natural gender roles, has also been a fight against  the perversion of those natural laws manifesting as self interest and exclusion,  men dominating women.

The skipped step signature in her chart actually correlates with a series of past lives that have early life endings because of that fight: unfinished lives. So that's where she, her Soul, has picked up this life from. Her Mars, the ruler of that Jupiter, is conjunct her husbands natal Jupiter in Aquarius. Alone, and together, she and her husband have been, are are, trying to do all they can on half of others relative to the natural laws that were set in motion at the time of the Manifest Creation.

What interesting timing Helena, just found this article on an American website called Conservative burned to the ground by MSNBC host for dismissing Michelle Obama as a mere ‘first wife:

https://www.rawstory.com/2020/05/conservative-burned-to-the-ground-by-msnbc-host-for-dismissing-michelle-obama-as-a-mere-first-wife/   and here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxNB0HvJMeI&feature=emb_title

She will not have an early life ending in this life. Her journey will continue on ........

Goddess Bless, Rad
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« Reply #361 on: May 11, 2020, 03:41 AM »

Hi Rad,

Thank you so much for your help in understanding the skipped step. The link you posted made me want to check her natal Kassandra which is found to be at 8 degrees pisces, conjunct chiron and venus and opposed pluto and uranus, trine neptune and nn of moon, sextile lilith and moon's south node, vesta... At some level of exposure regarding this matters there's always those who try to discredit, humiliate, and Michelle Obama is a such an example for this Kassandra archetype too but also how self-emporewing is the perfect andidote, so well described in the trine to neptune (kassandra's ruler) in scorpio, soul itself and probably a bit of help from the other side :-)

All the best Rad,
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« Reply #362 on: May 11, 2020, 08:13 AM »

Hi Helena & Rad,

Thanks for posting this bit on Michelle, and thank you Rad for sharing more about her journey. I wanted to attach a few images of her that reflect her strength and her spirit. I find the title of her recent book BECOMING so appropriate given those skipped steps and 'early exit' lives.

I wonder if Joe Biden thought about asking her to be his running mate?
Now wouldn't that be awesome?

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« Reply #363 on: May 12, 2020, 02:59 AM »

Hi Kristin,

That would be really awesome  Grin

I was thinking about how the aspect of compensation relative to jupiter can be so positive and important so the soul can recover from what has been lost, like an ultimate necessary step. Never thought of jupiter like that and is really nice to see it from a real life example with such greatness of spirit.

All the best Kristin,
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« Reply #364 on: May 17, 2020, 05:01 AM »

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Here is the chart of Benazir Bhutto (Sindhi: بينظير ڀُٽو‎; Urdu: بینظیر بھٹو‎; Urdu pronunciation: [beːnəˈziːr ˈbʱʊʈ.ʈoː]; 21 June 1953 – 27 December 2007) was a Pakistani politician who served as Prime Minister of Pakistan from 1988 to 1990 and again from 1993 to 1996. She was the first woman to head a democratic government in a Muslim majority nation. Ideologically a liberal and a secularist, she chaired or co-chaired the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) from the early 1980s until her assassination in 2007.

Of mixed Sindhi and Kurdish parentage, Bhutto was born in Karachi to a politically important, wealthy aristocratic family. Her father, the PPP's founder and leader Zulfikar, was elected Prime Minister on a socialist platform in 1973. Bhutto studied at Harvard University and the University of Oxford, where she was President of the Oxford Union. She returned to Pakistan in 1977, shortly before her father was ousted in a military coup and executed. Bhutto and her mother Nusrat took control of the PPP and led the country's Movement for the Restoration of Democracy; Bhutto was repeatedly imprisoned by Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq's military government and then exiled to Britain in 1984. She returned in 1986 and—influenced by Thatcherite economics—transformed the PPP's platform from a socialist to a liberal one, before leading it to victory in the 1988 election. As Prime Minister, her attempts at reform were stifled by conservative and Islamist forces, including President Ghulam Ishaq Khan and the powerful military. Her administration was accused of corruption and nepotism, and dismissed by Khan in 1990. Intelligence services rigged that year's election to ensure a victory for the conservative Islamic Democratic Alliance (IJI), at which Bhutto became Leader of the Opposition.

After the IJI government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was also dismissed on corruption charges, Bhutto led the PPP to victory in the 1993 elections. Her second term oversaw economic privatization and attempts to advance women's rights. Her government was damaged by several controversies, including the assassination of her brother Murtaza, a failed 1995 coup d'état, and a further bribery scandal involving her and her husband Asif Ali Zardari; in response to the latter, the President again dismissed her government. The PPP lost the 1997 election and in 1998 she went into self-exile in Dubai, leading her party mainly through proxies. A widening corruption inquiry culminated in a 2003 conviction in a Swiss court. Following United States-brokered negotiations with President Pervez Musharraf, she returned to Pakistan in 2007 to compete in the 2008 elections; her platform emphasised civilian oversight of the military and opposition to growing Islamist violence. After a political rally in Rawalpindi, she was assassinated. The Salafi jihadi group al-Qaeda claimed responsibility, although the involvement of the Pakistani Taliban and rogue elements of the intelligence services were widely suspected. She was buried at her family mausoleum.

Bhutto was a controversial figure. She was often criticized as being politically inexperienced and corrupt, and faced much opposition from Pakistan's Islamist lobby for her secularist and modernizing agenda. In the early years of her career she was nevertheless domestically popular and also attracted support from Western nations, for whom she was a champion of democracy. Posthumously, she came to be regarded as an icon for women's rights due to her political success in a male-dominated society.

Her natal Lilith is 19 Leo, the N.Node is 17 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 23 Gemini. Her natal Amazon is at 12 Virgo, the N.Node is 1 Gemini, and the S.Node is 9 Scorpio.

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« Reply #365 on: May 24, 2020, 05:37 AM »

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This is the chart for Jane Austen who was an English novelist known primarily for her six major novels, which interpret, critique and comment upon the British landed gentry at the end of the 18th century. Austen's plots often explore the dependence of women on marriage in the pursuit of favourable social standing and economic security. Her works critique the novels of sensibility of the second half of the 18th century and are part of the transition to 19th-century literary realism.] Her use of biting irony, along with her realism, humour, and social commentary, have long earned her acclaim among critics, scholars, and popular audiences alike.

With the publications of Sense and Sensibility (1811), Pride and Prejudice (1813), Mansfield Park (1814) and Emma (1816), she achieved success as a published writer. She wrote two additional novels, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, both published posthumously in 1818, and began another, eventually titled Sanditon, but died before its completion. She also left behind three volumes of juvenile writings in manuscript, a short epistolary novel Lady Susan, and another unfinished novel, The Watsons. Her six full-length novels have rarely been out of print, although they were published anonymously and brought her moderate success and little fame during her lifetime.

A significant transition in her posthumous reputation occurred in 1833, when her novels were republished in Richard Bentley's Standard Novels series, illustrated by Ferdinand Pickering, and sold as a set. They gradually gained wider acclaim and popular readership. In 1869, fifty-two years after her death, her nephew's publication of A Memoir of Jane Austen introduced a compelling version of her writing career and supposedly uneventful life to an eager audience.

Austen has inspired many critical essays and literary anthologies. Her novels have inspired many films, from 1940's Pride and Prejudice to more recent productions like Sense and Sensibility (1995), Emma (1996), Mansfield Park (1999), Pride & Prejudice (2005), Love & Friendship (2016), and Emma.[c] (2020).

For more click here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Austen

Her natal Lilith is 10 Scorpio, the N.Node is 22 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 19 Gemini. Her natal Amazon is 11 Capricorn, the Node is 11 Taurus, and the S.Node is 0 Sagittarius.

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« Reply #366 on: May 31, 2020, 04:48 AM »

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Here is the chart of Judith Pamela Butler (born February 24, 1956) is an American philosopher and gender theorist whose work has influenced political philosophy, ethics, and the fields of third-wave feminist, queer, and literary theory. In 1993, she began teaching at the University of California, Berkeley, where she has served, beginning in 1998, as the Maxine Elliot Professor in the Department of Comparative Literature and the Program of Critical Theory. She is also the Hannah Arendt Chair at the European Graduate School.

Butler is best known for her books Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (1990) and Bodies That Matter: On the Discursive Limits of Sex (1993), in which she challenges conventional notions of gender and develops her theory of gender performativity. This theory has had a major influence on feminist and queer scholarship.[6] Her works are often studied in film studies courses emphasizing gender studies and performativity in discourse.

Butler has supported lesbian and gay rights movements and has spoken out on many contemporary political issues. In particular, she is a vocal critic of Zionism, Israeli politics,[8] and its effect on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, emphasizing that Israel does not and should not be taken to represent all Jews or Jewish opinion.

For more click here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judith_butler

Her natal Lilith is at 4 Pisces, it's N.Node is 6 Capricorn, and the S.Node is 24 Taurus. Her natal Amazon is 15 Pisces, it's N.Node is 5 Taurus, and it's S.Node is 9 Sagittarius.

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« Reply #367 on: Jun 07, 2020, 04:45 AM »

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Here is the chart for Patrisse Cullors (born June 20, 1983)who  is an American artist and activist. Cullors is an advocate for prison abolition in Los Angeles and a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement. She also identifies as a queer activist.

Biography and personal life

Cullors was born in Los Angeles, California. She grew up in Pacoima, a low-income neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley. She became an activist early in life, joining the Bus Riders Union as a teenager. She later earned a degree in religion and philosophy from UCLA. She teaches at Otis College of Art and Design in the Public Practice Program. She also teaches in the Master's Arts in Social Justice and Community Organizing at Prescott College.

Cullors recalls being forced from her home at 16 when she revealed her queer identity to her parents. She was involved with the Jehovah's Witnesses as a child, but later grew disillusioned with the church. She developed an interest in the Nigerian religious tradition of Ifá, incorporating its rituals into political protest events. She told an interviewer:

    For me, seeking spirituality had a lot to do with trying to seek understanding about my conditions—how these conditions shape me in my everyday life and how I understand them as part of a larger fight, a fight for my life.

Black Lives Matter

Along with community organizers and friends Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi, Cullors founded Black Lives Matter. The three started the movement because of frustration over George Zimmerman's acquittal in the shooting of Trayvon Martin. Cullors wrote the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter to corroborate Garza's use of the phrase in making a Facebook post about the Martin case. Cullors further described her impetus for pushing for African-American rights as stemming from her 19-year-old brother being brutalized during imprisonment Los Angeles County jails.

Cullors credits social media as instrumental in revealing violence against African Americans, saying: "On a daily basis, every moment, black folks are being bombarded with images of our death ... It's literally saying, 'Black people, you might be next. You will be next, but in hindsight it will be better for our nation, the less of our kind, the more safe it will be."

Other activism

Cullors has served as executive director of the Coalition to End Sheriff Violence in L.A. Jails. The group advocated for a civilian commission to oversee the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in order to curb abuses by officers. By organizing former jail inmates as a voting bloc, the group hoped to sway the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to create such a commission, as well as gather enough votes to elect a replacement for Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, who resigned in 2014 for separate reasons. However, the group did not succeed in its efforts.

Cullors co-founded the prison activism organization Dignity and Power Now, which succeeded in advocating for a civilian oversight board.

Cullors is also a board member of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, having led a think tank on state and vigilante violence for the 2014 Without Borders Conference.

Politics

Cullors co-endorsed Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries, calling for unity from progressives to "beat the Bloombergs of the world and the Bidens of the world".

Awards

Cullors is a Fulbright scholar. She was named 2007 Mario Savio Young Activist of the Year. She has also received the Sidney Goldfarb award. She was named an NAACP History Maker in 2015 Also in 2015 Cullors, Opal Tometi, and Alicia Garza (as "The Women of #BlackLivesMatter") were listed as one of the nine runners-up for The Advocate's Person of the Year. She was also named a Glamour Magazine Woman of the Year 2016. Also in 2016, she was named one of Fortune's World's Greatest Leaders and an Honorary Doctorate from Clarkson University, among several others. She is the 2018 recipient of the José Muñoz Award from CLAGS: The Center for LGBTQ Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center.

Works

External video After Words interview with Patricia Khan-Cullors on When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir, February 10, 2018, C-SPAN

In 2014 Cullors produced the theatrical piece POWER: From the Mouths of the Occupied, which debuted at Highways Performance Space. She has contributed articles about the movement to the LA Progressive, including an article from December 2015 titled "The Future of Black Life"  which pushed the idea that activists could no longer wait for the State to take action, and called her followers into action by encouraging them to begin building the world that they want to see.
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Her book, When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir was published in January 2018.

Her natal Lilith is 17 Cancer, the N.Node is 17 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 23 Gemini. Her natal Amazon is 15 Scorpio, the N.Node is 1 Gemini, and the S.Node is 9 Scorpio.

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« Reply #368 on: Jun 14, 2020, 04:26 AM »

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Here is the chart of Jamia Wilson. Jamia is a feminist activist, writer, and speaker. As director of the Feminist Press at the City University of New York and the former VP of programs at the Women’s Media Center, Jamia has been a leading voice on women’s rights issues for over a decade. Her work has appeared in numerous outlets, including the New York Times, the Today Show, CNN, Elle, BBC, Rookie, Refinery 29, Glamour, Teen Vogue, and The Washington Post. She is the author of Young, Gifted, and Black, the introduction and oral history in Together We Rise: Behind the Scenes at the Protest Heard Around the World, Step Into Your Power: 23 Lessons on How to Live Your Best Life, ABC's of AOC, and the co-author of Roadmap for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Advocacy, and Activism for All.

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"Jamia Wilson is many things: An activist. A feminist. A storyteller. A mediamaker. But more than anything, she is a natural-born thought leader. As Executive Director and Publisher of Feminist Press at City University of New York, the former Women, Action, and the Media Executive Director, TED Prize Storyteller, and former Vice President of Programs at The Women’s Media Center, Jamia has been a powerful force in the social justice movement for nearly a decade. As a leading voice on feminist and women’s rights issues, her work and words have appeared in and on several outlets such as New York Magazine, The Today Show, and The Washington Post. She’s also a staff writer for Rookie and has contributed to several books such as Madonna and Me: Women Writers on the Queen of Pop, and I Still Believe Anita Hill. But what we’re most excited about is her own book that she’s currently writing about Beyonce and feminism. (Yes, really.) It’s no surprise she was named in Refinery29’s “17 Faces of the Future of Feminism.”

It may be true that Jamia has spoken alongside feminist greats like Gloria Steinem and Jane Fonda, but we think they’re also lucky to have been alongside her. A true next generation leader, she has graced the stage at events such as TED Women, Netroots Nation, and Facing Race, and travels across the U.S. and beyond to college campuses to talk about race, feminism, spirituality, leadership, and so much more."

Her natal Lilith is at 18 Scorpio, the N.Node is 6 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 18 Cancer. Her natal Amazon is 21 Cancer, the N.Node is 7 Gemini, and the S.Node is 14 Scorpio.

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« Reply #369 on: Jun 21, 2020, 04:54 AM »

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Here is the chart for Alberta Daisy Schenck Adams (June 1, 1928 – July 6, 2009) who was a teenage civil rights activist in the struggle for equality by the indigenous peoples in the United States Territory of Alaska. Her 1944 challenge to segregation practices was cited during the Territorial Legislature's proceedings in passage of Alaska's 1945 anti-discrimination law,] a decade before the Brown v. Board of Education decision outlawed segregation in public schools, and before Rosa Parks in Alabama sparked a public bus boycott by refusing to give up her seat to a white person.

Early life and segregated Alaska

Alberta Schenck was born in Nome, Alaska, on June 1, 1928, to Albert Schenck, a white army veteran of World War I. Her mother was Mary Pushruk Schenck of native Inupiat heritage. She was born into an era when the indigenous peoples of Alaska were subjected to segregated practices that often left non-white children without an education for lack of facilities. Some segregated business establishments advertised that all their employees were white.

Alaska Dream Theatre incident

When Alberta was a high school girl in 1944, she had a part-time job ushering at the Alaska Dream Theatre in Nome, where part of her job was to make sure non-white patrons sat in their designated segregated area. She eventually registered a complaint with the theatre's manager and was fired.[6] Alberta's response became an opinion article on March 3, 1944, in The Nome Nugget newspaper.[4] She returned later with a white date, and the two of them sat in the "Whites Only" section. She and her army sergeant date refused to move when the manager demanded she move to the non-white section. The theater manager contacted the local police who arrested Schenck and placed her in jail for one night. Schenck's arrest rallied the local Inupiat community, who staged a protest at the theater until her release from jail the next day.

Anti-discrimination legislation

Indignant and determined not to be deterred, she wrote a letter to Alaska Governor Ernest Gruening and related the incident to him. The prior year, the Governor had seen his anti-discrimination bill be defeated in the Territorial Legislature. Her letter inspired the Governor to have the bill re-introduced in the Territorial Legislature, during which her experience was cited on the floor of the legislature. He answered her letter vowing that no one would again receive that kind of treatment in Alaska. The re-introduced bill passed both houses of the legislature and was signed into law as the Anti-Discrimination Act on February 16, 1945.

Death and legacy

Alberta Schenck married a man named Adams and moved to California. She died on July 6, 2009, in Anaheim of congestive heart failure.

The role Alberta Schenck played in passage of Alaska's 1945 anti-discrimination legislation was part of the Civil Rights Movement.

In 2011, Alberta Schenck Adams was inducted into the Alaska Women's Hall of Fame.

Her natal Lilith was 2 Scorpio, the N.Node 26 Sagittarius, and the S.Node 17 Gemini. Her natal Amazon was 5 Gemini, the N.Node was 27 Taurus, and the S.Node was 15 Scorpio.

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« Reply #370 on: Jun 28, 2020, 05:01 AM »

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Here is the chart for Inna Braverman is an Israeli entrepreneur and businesswoman. She is the Co-Founder of Eco Wave Power, a renewable energy company.

In 2017, Braverman was featured in the January issue of Wired Magazine UK for her accomplishments and contributions in the wave technology field and was listed on Medium.com Website as one of the 100 makers and mavericks of 2016[2] and joined the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to his visit to Sydney as part of the business delegation.

Biography

Braverman was born in Ukraine on April 11, 1986.[citation needed] When Braverman was four years old, her family immigrated to Israel. They settled in Akko. After high school, she enrolled at the University of Haifa as a Political Science and English Language and Literature major. She graduated in 2010 from University of Haifa.

Career

Braverman met David Leb, a Canadian who had a surfing, scuba diving and fishing camp in Panama, while he was visiting Israel. The two co-founded Eco Wave Power in 2011. Eco Wave Power is a renewable energy company to generate electricity from ocean waves.

Braverman travelled for the next one and a half year between Israel and Ukraine working on the design and development of the buoys and technology for generating energy from waves. In 2013, Eco Wave Power installed the first wave energy power plant in Jaffa Port, Israel. As a result, Braverman was shortlisted for the Business Green Leaders Award in 2013 in the category of Young Sustainability Executive of the Year.] Eco Wave Power obtained awards from consulting firm Frost and Sullivan in 2012 and 2013.

Braverman attended the Shell and CNBC Energy Challenge in 2013. She and her team won the event for their idea. In 2014, Braverman was invited by the United Nations to attend the Climate Summit in New York, where she presented her ideas on the use of wave energy as a resource. Subsequently, in 2015, she also participated in 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference that was held in Paris. Eco Wave Power raised $2 million in fundraising the same year.

She is also a contributor to different technological magazines and publications, such as Green Port Magazine.

In 2016, Braverman led the execution of the Gibraltar Wave Farm. The official opening of the wave energy power station took place in May 2016. It was attended by Braverman, Fabian Picardo, the Chief Minister of Gibraltar, and John Cortes, the Minister of Health and Environment.

In July 2016, her company was noted as Best Woman-Owned Renewable Energy Company in Israel by CV Magazine.] She was selected by Smithsonian Magazine as one of eight young innovators with ingenious ideas for the future of energy.

In 2017, Braverman was featured in the January issue of Wired Magazine UK  for her accomplishments and contributions in the wave technology field and was listed on Medium.com Website as one of the 100 makers and mavericks of 2016. Braverman spoke at the Brain Bar Budapest in 2017.

Braverman was a speaker at the Knesset (the Israeli Parliament) in 2017 on the International Women's Day about her personal experience as a woman and an immigrant in business.

By the end of 2017, her experience as a female entrepreneur was featured in a Google's Virtual Reality film, under the name of "Female Planet".[19]

In 2018, CNN chose her as "Tomorrow's Hero" with Sanjay Gupta presenting her contribution to shaping the wave energy field. Also, Eco Wave Power was featured in Pictet Bank's report on smart energy as a technology that shows prospects of the future.

Her natal Lilith is 25 Aquarius, the N.Node is 9 Capricorn, and the S.Node is 2 Gemini. Her natal Amazon is 2 Gemini, the N.Node is 14 Taurus, and the S.Node is 4 Sagittarius.

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« Reply #371 on: Jun 30, 2020, 01:47 AM »

Hi All,

Just saw this picture and thought about sharing it here for being so iconic of what we can expect from pluto in sagittarius generation :-)

This girls created a march protest with spontaneous following of 10000 peaceful people.

Here is the link for full report and an excerpt worth mentioning in the context of pluto Sag.

"These young people are passionate about their causes and unwavering in their commitment to change. The world they have inherited is deeply troubled and desperately flawed, and they see with clear eyes both the errors of earlier generations and the hope of their own. Their power lies in the undeniable moral authority of youth: They did not cause the mess they have inherited, but they are rolling up their sleeves to clean it up."

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/15/opinion/nashville-teens-protests.html

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« Reply #372 on: Jun 30, 2020, 10:09 AM »

This is AWESOME!!!

Thank you, Helena, for posting this.

GO SAG generation!!! & and Go Girls!

Peace,
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« Reply #373 on: Jul 04, 2020, 08:50 AM »

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Here is the chart for Wilma Pearl Mankiller (Cherokee: ᎠᏥᎳᏍᎩ ᎠᏍᎦᏯᏗᎯ (A-ji-luhsgi Asgaya-dihi), November 18, 1945 – April 6, 2010) was a Cherokee activist, social worker, community developer and the first woman elected to serve as Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, she lived on her family's allotment in Adair County, Oklahoma, until the age of 11, when her family relocated to San Francisco as part of a federal government program to urbanize Native Americans. After high school, she married a well-to-do Ecuadorian and raised two daughters. Inspired by the social and political movements of the 1960s, Mankiller became involved in the Occupation of Alcatraz and later participated in the land and compensation struggles with the Pit River Tribe. For five years in the early 1970s, she was employed as a social worker, focusing mainly on children's issues.

Returning to Oklahoma in the fall of 1976, Mankiller was hired by the Cherokee Nation as an economic stimulus coordinator. She progressed into grant writing and by the early 1980s, was directing the newly-created Community Development Department of the Cherokee Nation. Using her expertise in preparing documentation, which she had learnt during her activist period in California, she was successful in obtaining government funds. She designed and supervised community projects that allowed rural citizens to identify their own challenges and, through their labor, participate in solving them. Her project in Bell, Oklahoma, became a successful model for later projects and was featured in a movie, while her project in Kenwood received the Department of Housing and Urban Development's Certificate of National Merit. Her management ability came to the notice of the incumbent Principal Chief, Ross Swimmer, who invited her to run as his deputy in the 1983 tribal elections. When the duo won, she became the first elected woman to serve as Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation. She was elevated to Principal Chief when Swimmer took a position in the federal administration of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

A member of the Democratic Party, Mankiller served as Principal Chief from 1985 to 1995. During her administration, the Cherokee government built new health clinics, created a mobile eye-care clinic, established ambulance services, created early education, and adult education programs; launched job training programs; developed revenue programs, including factories, retail stores, restaurants, and bingo operations; and established self-governance, allowing the tribe to manage its own finances. She was a tireless advocate working to improve the image of Native Americans and diligently worked to combat the misappropriation of native heritage. When she retired from politics, Mankiller returned to activism, authoring numerous books and giving lectures on health care, tribal sovereignty, women's rights, and cancer awareness. She was the author of a bestselling autobiography, Mankiller: A Chief and Her People and was honored with many local, state and national awards, including the nation's highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Mankiller suffered from serious health problems throughout her life, including polycystic kidney disease, myasthenia gravis, lymphoma, breast cancer, and had two kidney transplants. She died in 2010 from pancreatic cancer.

Her natal Lilith is 20 Scorpio, the N.Node is 14 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 9 Cancer. Her natal Amazon is 28 Gemini, the N.Node is 21 Taurus, and the S.Node is 22 Scorpio.

Please feel free to comment or ask questions.

Goddess Bless, Rad


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« Reply #374 on: Jul 05, 2020, 05:28 AM »

Hi All,

I would like to share this i have just came across and ask if anyone has any other complementary information.
It seems the nodes of Ceres and Isis (asteroid #42) always travel conjunct together. From what i checked so far, between the range of last degrees of Scorpio to Capricorn for the south nodes and cancer to gemini for the north node, but could be far wide.
For example today
Isis    Sn 7 Sag - NN 29 Gem (natal at 25 Scorpio rx)
Ceres Sn 8 Sag - NN 26 Gem (natal at 12 Pisces)

I have been reflecting on this Goddesses as closely linked together for a while and found some authors who have mentioned it specifically. Coming to this now and seeing Isis NN is today exactly conjunct NN of the moon and Ceres trine the eclipse degree moon, i think this Goddesses are telling us something worth diving in...

Hope any other thoughts can add to this.

Have a fruitful eclipse Everyone,
Helena
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