AS ABOVE, SO BELOW
In May 1994 a ‘Spirit of Great Hope’ manifested upon the Earth. This manifestation was clear and unambiguous in many different places.
Synchronistic with the manifestations were signs above the Earth in the sky. The skies formed backdrops in people’s lives. Any person or persons born into the world in May 1994 would carry the signature of the backdrop. The sign in May was shaped like a Y. This Y, also know as a Yod, or Finger of God, was recognizable as early as April 26-27 1994.
On April 26, Venus entered Gemini to sextile Mars at 9 degrees Aries, with both planets waxing towards a 150 degree aspect (inconjunct) to a retrograde Jupiter at 10 degrees Scorpio. The faster moving Venus would gradually catch and overtake Mars in mid-May.
On May 15, Venus, the Sun, Mars and the North Node would all occupy 23 degrees of the different signs it takes to make a Y (Yod).
The Sun was on the activation point midway between Venus and Mars.
By May 17, Venus, the Sun and Mars had moved to 26 degrees and shifted their focus from the North Node [“signature for growth”] at 23 degrees to Pluto at 26 degrees Scorpio. The synergy generated by these exact alignments could move mountains and did, as you will soon see.
This final Yod spoke of the need for cultures to face and master the personality issues that hindered transformations within their people. The Yods with the North Node and Pluto respectively at their foot, both pointed to where, when, and how a successful recycling of the past into building materials for a new future could occur for individual persons or large groups of people.
This recycling happened for the people of South Africa and the West Bank of Israel. The defining moments in both situations featured the Yod.
On April 26, 1994, South Africa held her first All Race Elections. The Yod had just begun to form. As if to mark the season of this Yod (the complete transformation of a society), a new South African Flag was raised and unfurled over Pretoria at 2 minutes after midnight on April 27, 1994. The most conspicuous symbol in the flag itself is a Y. A CNN news correspondent later called these momentous transformations ‘a spirit of great hope’.
Later in Pretoria, with an Annular Solar Eclipse empowering the evolving Yod, Nelson Mandela was inaugurated as the first President of a ‘new’ All Race South Africa. At the moment of Mandela’s swearing-in, huge new South African flags were flown over Pretoria beneath giant helicopters. As he spoke the final words of his presidential oath ‘so help me God’, the skies held both the esoteric and manifest Yod flag.
Article presented at the American Federation of Astrologers Conference in Chicago in 1994, published and authored by Wayne Moody under Earth Harvest, in the U.S. and later, in May 1995, published in a South African Astrological Journal.
Nelson Mandela died on December 5, at 8:50 p.m., 2013, a change in the balance of the world.
“I made one great mistake in my life… when I signed the letter to President Roosevelt recommending that atom bombs be made; but there was some justification - the danger that the Germans would make them.”—
On November 1954, five months before his death, Einstein summarized his feelings about his role in the creation of the atomic bomb.
“The whole earth is a great tablet holding the multiple overlaid new and ancient traces of the swirl of forces. Each place is its own place, forever (eventually) wild. A place on earth is a mosaic within larger mosaics—the land is all small places, all precise tiny realms replicating larger and smaller patterns. children start out learning place by learning those little realms around the house, the settlement, and outward.”—
Essays by Gary Snyder "The Practice of the Wild", 1990, page 27
This is really a key milestone that we’d been hoping we would reach when we started this project over 40 years ago - that we would get a spacecraft into interstellar space…
Scientifically it’s a major milestone, but also historically - this is one of those journeys of exploration like circumnavigating the globe for the first time or having a footprint on the Moon for the first time. This is the first time we’ve begun to explore the space between the stars…
Sensors on Voyager had been indicating for some time that its local environment had changed.
" said Prof Ed Stone, the chief scientist on the venture."
it is used to signify that individual people in fact do not in general have access to absolute knowledge of reality, but in fact only have access to a set of beliefs they have built up over time, about reality. So it is considered important to be aware that people’s beliefs about reality and their awareness of things (the “map”) are not reality itself or everything they could be aware of (“the territory”). ”
“We cannot know a country merely through the science of geography….I do not believe that we can know anything merely through science; it is too precise, too rigid a tool. The world has a thousand tendernesses into which we must lean so that we may understand them before we learn what the sum of their parts represents….Only the sailor knows the archipelago.”—
Quote at the beginning of “The Last Kings of Thule” by Jean Malaurie
“Obviously, the classification of good and bad has meaning only with reference to some very general standards of value. It is good to have strong health, an abundant vitality, family happiness, devoted children, a good job, security for old age, and so on. But if an individual is born to fulfill the destiny of a mystic, or even of a pioneer breaking open new trails in the arts, in philosophy or politics, such a happy and comfortable setup would not, in most cases, be good for his purpose. He needs rather to experience tensions, conflicts, crises, dissatisfaction, restlessness — yet not be destroyed by these, but use them as sharp and strong tools to build an undaunted and indomitable personality.”—
“Facts have no value except in relation to the consciousness which perceives them.
Of course, truly ascertained new facts can and do change the consciousness of those who know them; but, of crucial importance when new facts are top be brought to the attention of a person, is the usually unasked question, “Is that person capable of making a constructive use of these facts?” Unfortunately, scientific research today is not interested in the human results of its discoveries, and still less concerned are the people who gain fame and make money from such discoveries. This unfortunately applies also to quite a few astrologers as they speak to their clients.
We are dealing here with issues that today are crucial and also very difficult to meet intelligently and consistently. They force us to question the long range value of the mass-dissemination of what we call scientific knowledge, unless the disseminating process takes into consideration the “humanistic” factor. By the term, humanistic factor, I am referring to the reaction which the popularized knowledge can be expected to have upon the average person being confronted with it. However, the dangerous possibility inherent in such a humanistic preoccupation is that knowledge may become jealously guarded by an “elite” able to control its dissemination — alas, in most instances, to control it for its own advantage and the maintenance of acquired or inherited privileges. We have continuing examples of such a possibility in politics, in economics, and also in such an organization as the American Medical Association.”—
# 558....The Ability of the Human Being To Relocate Geographically and By Doing So Realize Potentials, Acquire New Skills - and Evolve During Their Lifetime....
The Astro*Carto*Graphy (R) A*C*G Map shows us where we can relocate to, in order to respond and adjust our natures to the diverse array of geographic assemblages of animals, climate, foods, geology, and unnamed, or unseen challenges found in most of Earth’s awe-inspiring environments. One’s character will determine how quickly they can successfully adjust. That successful adjustment leaves one (witnessed in the symbolism of their horoscope) more realized as a person; not just emotionally, or mentally, but spiritually.
Wallace’s relocation; first to Brazil, and later to the Malay Archipelago, developed in him the qualities of his horoscope’s ‘Outer’ planet signatures; these magical places with their active volcanoes, fantastical insects, flying frogs, birds of paradise, and the human-like orang-utans stretched his imagination way out of conventional ideas; and thus, Wallace, moved by the conditions of the geography, was able to open too and imagine the fantastical and unimaginable. It was a place set for him to experience and realize a profound breakthrough.
This process occurred from 1948 through 1958, beginning when he went from the equatorial regions of Brazil to the equatorial places of Indonesia, stages that are geographically half the world away from each other. Our revealing instrument (our staining process), for seeing the secret of Wallace’s success is astrology; specifically, the astrology of his birth moment, the charts and maps of that moment allow us to now better ‘see’ and appreciate the astrological Back-Story to these major experiences during his life. The A*C*G revealed ‘where’, geographically, and ‘when’, time-wise, awesome forces would challenge him to make major adjustments.
“Why, never by word or deed have I given the slightest countenance to eugenics. Segregation of the unfit, indeed! It is a mere excuse for establishing a medical tyranny. And we have enough of this kind of tyranny already. Even now, the lunacy laws give dangerous powers to the medical fraternity. At the present moment, there are some perfectly sane people incarcerated in lunatic asylums simply for believing in spiritualism. The world does not want the eugenist to set it straight. Give the people good conditions, improve their environment, and all will tend towards the highest type. Eugenics is simply the meddlesome interference of an arrogant, scientific priestcraft.” (From an interview with Wallace in 1912”—
“The struggle for wealth…ha[s] been accompanied by a reckless destruction of the stored-up products of nature, which is even more deplorable because more irretrievable. Not only have forest-growths of many hundreds of years been cleared away, often with disastrous consequences, but the whole of the mineral treasures of the earth’s surface, the slow products of long-past eons of time and geological change, have been and are still being exhausted, to an extent never before approached, and probably not equalled in amount during the whole preceding period of human history.” (From Wallace’s 1898 book The Wonderful Century; Its Successes and Its Failures).”—
# 551....Timed Chart: Astrological Back-Story To Wallace's Discovery Of Natural Selection
The timed horoscope for Alfred Wallace has 6-7 Scorpio at the ASCENDANT (1.The data of birth have been obtained from Dr. Wallace himself: the time given was, however, approximate.).
When an Astro*Carto*Graphy (R) Map of this moment is cast, Pluto lines mark the Amazon and the Indonesian Island of Gilolo with emphasis. The Pluto line is rising throughout Gilolo.
We do know that transiting Mars (Ascendant Ruler) was at 11 Scorpio on February 1, 1858 and 23 Scorpio on February 28, 1858 - in Wallace’s important ASCENDANT/1st House. In the midst of his body’s suffering, he birth his theory. We also know that transiting Venus had crossed his birth Mars in the hours before February 1, 1858.
His birth Pluto position is 29 Pisces 01’, and from the February 1st - 28th, 1858 horoscope we find the Sun, the North Node, Neptune, and Venus near to that degree.
549....Astrological Back-Story To Wallace's Discovery Of Natural Selection
I do not have Alfred Wallace’s birth time, so his relocation emphasis (planets marking Indonesia in his birth moment) are not considered here. What is known is that he was born January 8, 1823, in Monmouth, UK, with his birth Sun between 16 Capricorn 59’ and 17 Capricorn 59’, with the Sun-sign ruler Saturn at 3 Taurus 17’.
On February 1, 1858, age 35, on the island of Halmahera/Gilolo, Indonesia, Wallace had his Eureka Moment, with transiting Pluto at 4 Taurus 41’; by month’s end, Pluto was at 4 Taurus 56’. This contact of his Sun-sign ruler was a momentous time in his life.
Besides Pluto’s transit in 1858, there were other astrological events to his horoscope to consider. We don’t know his ASCENDANT Angle, but it could have been ruled by any of the following events. On February 1, 1858, transiting Mercury was at 17 Capricorn 20’. Transiting Venus was at 4 Aquarius 45’ on February 1, 1858, after crossing Wallace’s birth Mars placement at 3 Aquarius 53’; he was suffering alternating chills and fevers at the time. The planet Jupiter in Wallace’s horoscope, that planet of long distance journeying, was at 26 Taurus 51’ retrograde.
By February 1, 1858, transiting Uranus (mark of breakthroughs & breakdowns) was at 25 Taurus 13’ retrograde; between the 1st and the end of the month, Uranus had Stationed Direct and was at 25 Taurus 30’ on February 28, 1858.
“Before giving a general sketch of my life and work in less known parts of the Archipelago, I must refer to an article I wrote while in Sarawak, which formed my first contribution to the great question of the origin of species. It was written during the wet season, while I was staying in a little house at the mouth of the Sarawak river, at the foot of the Santubong mountain. I was quite alone, with one Malay boy as cook, and during the evenings and wet days I had nothing to do but to look over my books and ponder over the problem which was rarely absent from my thoughts. Having always been interested in the geographical distribution of animals and plants…and having now myself a vivid impression of the fundamental differences between the Eastern and Western tropics; and having also read through such books as Bonaparte’s “Conspectus,”…giving a mass of facts as to the distribution of animals over the whole world, it occurred to me that these facts had never been properly utilized as indications of the way in which species had come into existence. The great work of Lyell had furnished me with the main features of the succession of species in time, and by combining the two I thought that some valuable conclusions might be reached. I accordingly put my facts and ideas on paper, and the result seeming to me to be of some importance, I sent it to The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, in which it appeared in the following September (1855). Its title was “On the Law which has regulated the Introduction of New Species,” which law was briefly stated (at the end) as follows: “Every species has come into existence coincident both in space and time with a pre-existing closely-allied species.” This clearly pointed to some kind of evolution. It suggested the when and the where of its occurrence, and that it could only be through natural generation, as was also suggested in the “Vestiges “; but the how was still a secret only to be penetrated some years later.”—
“I have never considered myself, and never made any claim to the character of, a geographer pure and simple. My travels in various parts of the world have always been in pursuit of the marvels and mysteries of nature. In that pursuit I have been led into very remote districts, and I think, although I may be mistaken, that there are a few remote parts of the world into which I then penetrated which still remain almost or quite virgin ground to the explorer…
No doubt, as the President has said, the honour you have done me to-day depends upon my application to those less familiar branches of Geography, especially the geographical distribution of animals and plants, and the relation of changes in sea and land to their distribution, the causes which led to the various revolutions of climate in past epochs, and the relations of the various races of mankind to each other. It is in recognition of this work, to which, more or less, I have devoted myself for the greater part of my life, that this honour has been done me to-day; and I feel it an exceedingly great honour, and beg to thank the President and Council for it.”—
On May 23, 1892, Mr. Wallace replied in the following words:
“In your thoughts, geography and the influence of their environment upon animals had always a very large space… Your position as a naturalist has somewhat hid from men’s eyes your great achievements as a geographer, just as the shadow of Etna falls impartially not only over the hills and valleys, but also over the mountains of Sicily.”—
Words from the Award Ceremony honoring Alfred Wallace with the ‘Founders Medal - May 23, 1892.
“Wallace’s discovery of natural selection occurred almost at the midpoint of his stay in the Malay Archipelago. He was to remain there four more years, and by the end of his trip (and for the rest of his life) he was known as the greatest living authority on the region. He was especially known for his studies of its zoogeography, including his discovery and description of the faunal discontinuity that now bears his name. The “Wallace Line,” extends between the islands of Bali and Lombok and Borneo and Sulawesi, and marks the limits of eastern extent of many Asian animal species and, conversely, the limits of western extent of many Australasian animals.”—
March 1854-April 1862
"Spends eight years travelling in South East Asia and whilst there writes his famous "Sarawak Law" and "Ternate" papers. He leaves Singapore for England on the 8th February 1862."