Libra Gibbous Moon
Maybe it’s as though something has just hit now, or over the course of the last week, more specifically—or maybe you’re just now beginning to reel it all in and make sense of it? Either way, you’re beginning to notice that this consciousness is nothing like before.
How could it be? To elevate is to uplift and enlighten… to rise.
These circular paths we forwardly live, though the line of our lives inevitably meet back up again at the beginning, though it is never again the beginning—the entire point is to coil slightly upward, to pivot from the exact original locational point and elevate from that point, much like an ‘old fashioned’ (but entirely within my lifetime) telephone cord lol… and so, my point being: (hopefully) you’ve elevated.
Though this is not without its own complications, of course…
And this is perhaps where the ‘coil’ comes in?
By definition, the word ‘coil’ is commonly a verb, meaning to ‘wind into continuous, regularly spaced rings one above the other; to gather into loops…’ though it’s original meaning as a noun translate to ‘a noisy disturbance; commotion; tumult; trouble; bustle; ado’.
The keyword assigned by astrologer Dane Rudhyar to one of today’s degrees is ‘repair’, and it’s truly as simple as that… with the necessary action of coiling comes the repercussions of requiring repair, as if the very effort of elevating from continuous points on an imaginary loop that is to be understood as our living lives in real time through time—it’s as if this effort creates a tear in time.
But unlike some shitty elementary project involving Elmer’s glue and cardboard—you’ll need to give yourself some real time on this repair, because, as we all know about and completely understand time and time loops, circular paths and pivoting… it’ll be important to you later.
❝Everything is made of stories. They’ve all happened before, in similar circumstances. It’s like a circle. It goes round and round and round.❞
🖋️ by Jamie James; 📷 by seamlessoo
Hill, L. ‘360 Degrees of Wisdom.’ A Plume Book; ©2004.
Rudhyar, D. ‘An Astrological Mandala.’ Vintage Books; ©1973.