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« Reply #375 on: Jul 05, 2020, 07:15 PM »

Hi Helena and All,

I thought that what Helena's is asking about, bringing up, is really interesting and important archetypes that need to be understood by all of us: the archetypes. To that end I have asked the author of the book on Lilith that the SchoolOfEvolutionaryAstrology has published to help us understand those archetypes. Her name is Mary Blue. She said she would be happy to do this, and to do the best that she can. So she will be posting on these archetypes after this. If you have question please feel free to ask her.

She is also writing a book on Ceres which is in the final stages of being completed.

Goddess Bless, Rad
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« Reply #376 on: Jul 05, 2020, 07:22 PM »

Hi,

I am Mary Blue and what follows are the archetypes of Ceres and its connection to Isis. If you have questions or comments please feel free to ask me.

Goddess Bless, Mary

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Both Ceres and Isis symbolize the Earth Mother and Her regenerative nurturing powers belonging to the sacred feminine principle in Nature. These powers include the regeneration of Life, such as in the physical processes of reproduction, growth, decay and rebirth unfurled through the cyclical seasons of Nature, and also of its lost dimension as the regeneration of Spirit, those things that regenerate the Soul and its consciousness of unity. Isis is the name given to the earlier Goddess in Africa, whereas Ceres is Her later derivative given to the Goddess honored by the Romans. In Greece She was called Demeter. The asteroids and nodes for both Ceres and Isis cycling together in the same signs reflects this venerable truth.

As most are familiar with the myth of Ceres, it deals with the loss and recovery of the Earth Goddess’ regenerative nurturance that manifests through Her relationship to Her sacred daughter Kore/Persephone. This trinity reflects these same powers of the Earth Goddess’ regenerative nurturance, both its physical and spiritual manifestations, that bless womankind as the Earth Goddess’ sacred daughter symbolized by Kore/Persephone in the myth. The myth’s narrative addresses the loss and recovery of these powers belonging to womankind, its physical manifestation as in the regeneration of life reflected by the seasonal cycles within Nature and that, somewhat encrypted in the myth, of its spiritual manifestation corelating to womankind’s powers that resurrect or awaken humankind’s Soul consciousness, as in a spiritual rebirth. These blessings of the Earth Mother’s powers of regenerative nurturance upon womankind support her in the execution of her role and function as guardian of humankind’s Way, protectress of its true nature and spiritual essence and root. This role, by the way, that blesses womankind with the Earth Mother’s powers as guardians of humankind’s Way is by Nature’s design, unlike patriarchal governance and rule which is man-made.

With respect to the nodes themselves, each symbolizes the loss and recovery of memory and functionality for some aspect of womankind’s natural role serving as guardian of humankind’s Way. For instance, the South Node in Sagittarius correlates to the loss and recovery of the Earth Goddess’ consciousness and powers that nurture the expansion of consciousness through knowledge as Natural Laws disseminated by Mother Earth’s tutorial as Nature. Sagittarius correlates to their dispersal as the principle of knowledge or knowing through a right-brain or intuitive approach that guides the wisdom of womankind’s heart. Her knowing includes the intuitive perception that all life is sacred, mineral, plant, animal, and atmospheric, and as such meant to be honored and protected as ancestral kin, and not exploited for profit and power over others.

The South Node in Capricorn symbolizes the loss and recovery of womankind’s civic and spiritual authority and responsibility as guardians of humankind’s Way. It correlates to the wise application of the knowledge reflected by Natural Laws to guide human decision-making that honors, promotes and preserves one of its core practical and spiritual tenets of right living, i.e. giving, sharing and including. This includes not only its application across the board for all of humankind regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, or religious affiliation, but for all beings in Nature sharing our world, with the understanding that humankind is just one part of its Totality to which its means of survival are wholly interconnected and interdependent. When violations to Natural Law occur at this level, all balance that sustains human survival is seriously compromised or lost outright.

The South Node in Scorpio symbolizes the loss and recovery of womankind’s role overseeing humankind’s need for ritualistic undertakings that regenerate the consciousness of its Soul and its re-centering thereof.  Through these ritualistic undertakings, the Soul’s merging powers of osmotic fusion become enlivened, psychically regenerating and fortifying its bonds to one another and to its ancestral kin in the natural world at large. These rituals include various forms of meditation, such as JWG’s One-Two meditation, SRF’s Kriya yoga, and the like; gatherings to celebrate and honor humankind’s relationship, bond and unity to Nature and its spiritual kin thereof such as through seasonal rituals at the equinoxes and solstices; to commemorate transitional gateways in the human life cycle such as childbirth, coming of age at puberty, menstruation, pregnancy, marriage, and death; to initiate journey or vision quests and/or the use of entheogenic substances (psychoactive substances used to induce a mystical or spiritual experience ie, cannabis, psilocybin mushrooms, or ayahuasca) as a means to find or return to one’s center..

Lastly, there is the ritual of sexuality itself in its sacred, Soul-centered form. Sexuality is one of the Soul’s most delicate expression of its powers in this regard. In ancestral times, womankind transmitted its sacred mysteries that kept humankind centered in its Soul. Regarded as sacred vessels of the Goddess, womankind were respected and honored accordingly, obviously unlike in today’s world. Its greatest blessing was that by its practice humankind remained centered in its Soul and, as such, experienced the peace and joy of unity and oneness to the natural world.

Whereas the South Nodes for Ceres correlate to the loss and recovery of functionality and memory relative to womankind’s role as guardians of humankind’s Way, the North Nodes correlate to the mutation or regeneration of consciousness that will occur through its particular archetype reflecting the subjective integration of its Truth as Soul knowledge. For instance, the Ceres’ North Node in Cancer correlates to consciousness’ mutation generating the consolidation of a new self-image and base of security for womankind, one whose consciousness and power emerges from the resurrection and recovery of its lost subjective root as the Earth Goddess Herself. Ceres’ North Node in Gemini correlates to consciousness’ mutation generating a cohesive, unified, multi-dimensional perception of reality that invokes environmental inclusion and connection at all levels through the ideational resurrection and recovery of the Earth Goddess ubiquitous Presence permeating the phenomenal world.
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« Reply #377 on: Jul 06, 2020, 07:49 AM »

Hi Rad and Mary,

I just wish to express my deepest gratitude for offering to us this teachings on the archetypes of Isis and Ceres. It means a lot...
I will read it many times more for sure as it is a well with infinite layers. Thank you Mary for being available to answer any questions that might come. I am sure many of us are delighted to know a book on Ceres is coming soon :-)

Thank you for your blessing and may Goddess Bless you too,
Helena
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« Reply #378 on: Jul 11, 2020, 08:32 AM »

Hi All,

Here is the chart for Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma (born 27 January 1949), sometimes referred to by her initials NDZ, is a South African politician and anti-apartheid activist, currently serving as Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs. She was South Africa's Minister of Health from 1994 to 1999, under President Nelson Mandela, Minister of Foreign Affairs, under both President Thabo Mbeki and President Kgalema Motlanthe, Minister of Home Affairs in the first term of former President Jacob Zuma (with whom she was previously married for 16 years) and Minister in the Presidency for the National Planning Commission for Policy and Evaluation under President Cyril Ramaphosa.

On 15 July 2012, Dlamini-Zuma was elected by the African Union Commission as its chairperson, making her the first woman to lead the organisation or its predecessor, the Organisation of African Unity; she took office on 15 October 2012. On 30 January 2017, she was replaced as Chairperson of the AU Commission by Chadian Foreign Minister Moussa Faki.

She ran for the position of President of the African National Congress in 2017, but was defeated by Cyril Ramaphosa at the 54th National Conference of the African National Congress.

For more on her click here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nkosazana_Dlamini_Zuma

Her natal Lilith is 16 Virgo, the N.Node is 1 Capricorn, and the S.Node is 25 Taurus. Her natal Amazon is 22 Sagittarius, the N.Node is 3 Taurus, and the S.Node is 7 Sagittarius.

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Goddess Bless, Rad


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« Reply #379 on: Jul 18, 2020, 05:56 AM »

All,

Here is the chart of Joan Jett (born Joan Marie Larkin, September 22, 1958) is an American rock singer, songwriter, composer, musician, record producer and occasional actress. Jett is best known for her work as the frontwoman of her band Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, and for earlier founding and performing with the Runaways, which recorded and released the hit song "Cherry Bomb". The Blackhearts' version of the song "I Love Rock 'n Roll" was number-one on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks in 1982. Jett's other notable hit songs include "Bad Reputation", "Crimson and Clover", "Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)", "Light of Day", "I Hate Myself for Loving You" and "Dirty Deeds".

Jett has a mezzo-soprano vocal range. She has three albums that have been certified Platinum or Gold, and has been a feminist icon throughout her career. She has been described as the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll and the Godmother of Punk. In 2015, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Jett lives in Long Beach, New York, and has been a NY resident since the late 1970s.

Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Jett

Her natal Lilith is 28 Libra, the N.Node is 3 Sagittarius, and the S.Node 16 Cancer. Her natal Amazon is 8 Virgo, the N.Node is 11 Gemini, and the S.Node is 10 Scorpio.

The below natal chart has an accurate birth time.

Feel free to comment or ask questions.

Goddess Bless, Rad


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« Reply #380 on: Jul 25, 2020, 08:27 AM »

Hi All,

Here is the chart for Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005) was an American activist in the civil rights movement best known for her pivotal role in the Montgomery bus boycott. The United States Congress has called her "the first lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement".

On December 1, 1955, in Montgomery, Alabama, Parks rejected bus driver James F. Blake's order to relinquish her seat in the "colored section" to a white passenger, after the whites-only section was filled. Parks was not the first person to resist bus segregation, but the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) believed that she was the best candidate for seeing through a court challenge after her arrest for civil disobedience in violating Alabama segregation laws. Parks' prominence in the community and her willingness to become a controversial figure inspired the black community to boycott the Montgomery buses for over a year, the first major direct action campaign of the post-war civil rights movement. Her case became bogged down in the state courts, but the federal Montgomery bus lawsuit Browder v. Gayle succeeded in November 1956.

Parks' act of defiance and the Montgomery bus boycott became important symbols of the movement. She became an international icon of resistance to racial segregation. She organized and collaborated with civil rights leaders, including Edgar Nixon, president of the local chapter of the NAACP; and Martin Luther King Jr., a new minister in Montgomery who gained national prominence in the civil rights movement and went on to win a Nobel Peace Prize.

Though employed as a seamstress at a local department store at the time, Parks was also secretary of the Montgomery chapter of the NAACP. She had recently attended the Highlander Folk School, a Tennessee center for training activists for workers' rights and racial equality. She acted as a private citizen "tired of giving in". Although widely honored in later years, she also suffered for her act; she was fired from her job, and received death threats for years afterwards.

Shortly after the boycott, she moved to Detroit, where she briefly found similar work. From 1965 to 1988, she served as secretary and receptionist to John Conyers, an African-American US Representative. She was also active in the Black Power movement and the support of political prisoners in the US.

After retirement, Parks wrote her autobiography and continued to insist that the struggle for justice was not over and there was more work to be done. In her final years, she suffered from dementia. Parks received national recognition, including the NAACP's 1979 Spingarn Medal, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Congressional Gold Medal, and a posthumous statue in the United States Capitol's National Statuary Hall. Upon her death in 2005, she was the first woman to lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda, becoming the thirty-first person to receive this honor. California and Missouri commemorate Rosa Parks Day on her birthday, February 4, while Ohio and Oregon commemorate the occasion on the anniversary of the day she was arrested, December 1.

Her natal Lilith is 29 Pisces, the N.Node is 2 Capricorn. Her natal Amazon is 7 Libra, the N.Node is 3 Taurus, and the S.Node is 7 Sagittarius.

Please feel free to comment or ask questions.

Goddess Bless, Rad



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« Reply #381 on: Jul 25, 2020, 09:38 AM »

Hi Rad,

Thank you for posting Rosa Parks chart, it's a good way we can remember her and honour her in some way. When we first started studying Lilith here, her name kept repeatedly coming to my consciousness and i believe it's because she truly embodied Lilith's spirit. Now i see her natal amazon is conjunct south node of the moon libra, natal lilith conjunct north node of the moon aries. Wow...

Great warrior for equality for sure.

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« Reply #382 on: Aug 01, 2020, 05:42 AM »

Hi All,

Here is the chart of Kittur Chennamma (21 October 1778 – 21 February 1829) was a rani (queen) of the Nayakas of kingdom of Kittur ruled Mallarudra sarja, who were vassals of the Maharaja of Mysore. She is a famously remembered freedom fighter who led an armed force against the British East India Company in 1824 in defiance of the doctrine of lapse to retain control over her territory, but was defeated in the third war and died in a prison. She was one of the first female freedom fighters to resist British colonisation, she is a national heroine[disambiguation needed] well known in Karnataka and a symbol of the independence movement in India.

Early life

Kittur Rani Chennamma was born on 23 October 1778, in Kakati, a small village in the present Belagavi District of Karnataka, India. She belonged to the Lingayat community and received training in horse riding, sword fighting and archery from a young age.

She married Raja Mallasarja of the Desai family at the age of 14.

Fight to retrieve supremacy of Kittur from the British

Chennamma’s husband died in 1824, leaving her with a son and a state full of volatility. This was followed by her son’s death in 1824. Rani Chennamma was left with the state of Kittur and an uphill task to save it from the British. Following the death of her husband and son, Rani Chennamma adopted Shivalingappa in the year 1824 and made him the heir to the throne. This irked the East India Company, who ordered Shivalingappa’s expulsion, on the pretext of the Doctrine of Lapse. This doctrine was based on the idea that in case the ruler of an independent state died childless, the right of ruling the State reverted or ‘lapsed’ to the sovereign. The state of Kittur came under the administration of Dharwad collectorate in charge of St John Thackeray of which Mr. Chaplin was the commissioner, both of whom did not recognize the new ruler and regent and notified Kittur to accept the British regime.

Rani Chennamma sent a letter to Mountstuart Elphinstone, Lieutenant-Governor of the Bombay Presidency pleading her cause, but the request was turned down, and war broke out. The British tried to confiscate the treasure and jewels of Kittur, valued at around 1.5 million rupees. They attacked with a force of 20,797 men and 437 guns, mainly from the third troop of Madras Native Horse Artillery.

In the first round of war, during October 1824, British forces lost heavily and St John Thackeray, collector and political agent, was killed in the war. Amatur Balappa, a lieutenant of Chennamma, was mainly responsible for his killing and losses to British forces. Two British officers, Sir Walter Elliot and Mr. Stevenson were also taken as hostages. Rani Chennamma released them with an understanding with Chaplin that the war would be terminated but Chaplin continued the war with more forces. During the second assault, Subcollector of Solapur, Mr. Munro, nephew of Thomas Munro was killed. Rani Chennamma fought fiercely with the aid of her lieutenant, Sangolli Rayanna, but was ultimately captured and imprisoned at Bailhongal Fort, where she died on 21 February 1829. Chennamma was also helped by her lieutenant Gurusiddappa in the war against British.

Sangolli Rayanna, the army chief of Kittur Kingdom, continued the guerrilla war to 1829, in vain, until his capture. He wanted to install the adopted boy Shivalingappa as the ruler of Kittur, and Sangolli Rayanna gave a valiant fight using Guerrilla war fare for the first time. Britishers could not catch Rayanna in straight fights. Finally Rayanna's own uncle helped Britishers to capture him and he was caught and hanged. Shivalingappa was arrested by the British. Chennamma's legacy and first victory are still commemorated in Kittur, during the Kittur Utsava that is held between 22nd–24th of October every year. The three-day festivities include sports, cultural programs, and lectures by notable historians on the kingdom of Rani Channamma.

Her natal Lilith is 22 Cancer, the N.Node is 9 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 18 Cancer. Her natal Amazon is 15 Leo, the N.Node is 4 Gemini, and the S.Node is 17 Scorpio.

Please feel free to comment or ask questions.

Goddess Bless, Rad



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« Reply #383 on: Aug 08, 2020, 04:45 AM »

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Here is the chart of Chief Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, MON ( /ˌfʊnmiˈlaɪjoʊ ˈrænsəm ˈkuːti/; born Frances Abigail Olufunmilayo Thomas; 25 October 1900 – 13 April 1978), also known as Funmilayo Anikulapo-Kuti, was a Nigerian educator, political campaigner, suffragist, and women's rights activist.

Born in Abeokuta, Nigeria, Ransome-Kuti was the first female student to attend the Abeokuta Grammar School. As a young adult, she worked as a teacher, organizing some of the first preschool classes in the country and arranging literacy classes for lower-income women.

During the 1940s, Ransome-Kuti established the Abeokuta Women’s Union and fought for women’s rights, demanding better representation of women in local governing bodies and an end to unfair taxes on market women. Described by media as the "Lioness of Lisabi",:77 she led marches and protests of up to 10,000 women, forcing the ruling Alake to temporarily abdicate in 1949. As Ransome-Kuti’s political influence grew, she took part in the Nigerian independence movement, attending conferences and joining overseas delegations to discuss proposed national constitutions. Spearheading the creation of the Nigerian Women’s Union and the Federation of Nigerian Women’s Societies, she advocated for Nigerian women’s right to vote and became a noted member of international peace and women's rights movements.

Ransome-Kuti received the Lenin Peace Prize and was awarded membership in the Order of the Niger for her work. In her later years, she supported her sons' criticisms of Nigeria's military governments. She died aged 77 after receiving injuries from a military raid on family property. Ransome-Kuti's children included the musician Fela Kuti, doctor and activist Beko Ransome-Kuti, and health minister Olikoye Ransome-Kuti.

Click here to read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Funmilayo_Ransome-Kuti

Her natal Liltih is 16 Leo, the N.Node is 9 Sagittarius, and the S.Node is 17 Cancer. Her natal Amazon is 29 Leo, the N.Node is 2 Gemini, and the S.Node is 17 Scorpio.

Please feel free to comment or ask questions.

Goddess Bless, Rad



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