Isn’t it nice how Ancient Mayan’s and Western Planetary Astrology and Eastern Terrestrial Astrology all agree that this is a pivotal year.
Get on your 7 league boots, because we are all taking major steps.. Literally.
Seven-league boots are an element in European folklore. The boots allow the wearer to take great strides—seven leagues each step—resulting in great speed. The boots are often presented by a magical character to the protagonist to aid in the completion of a significant task. (A league is three miles, so seven leagues is 21 miles or just under 35 kilometers.) The idea arose from the practice of horse-messengers having their boots only touch the ground every seven leagues – when changing their tired horse for a fresh one.
To take the metaphor a little further, consider who or what is the magical character bringing you the boots?
answer: JUPITER IN TAURUS
(and the boots themselves?
Uranus in Aries as well as Neptune as it moves to Pisces in Feb…
and who’s the giant crumbling the castle? Pluto in Capricorn!)
Who or what in your life, is giving you the practical means to get where you are going, the day to day, love and support, the stability and bounty that will feed you on your voyage?
If it’s a person, love them up, if it’s merely your car, get the oil changed.
Jupiter’s gifts go both ways, and with Taurus involved, big calculated risks may be taken, but slow and steady still wins the race,
especially if $ is involved.
Not that it will feel slow, far from it!!! All I’m pointing at is, keep your feet on the ground… Practical Faith!
If you’re a fan of Lisa and the BellRays this clip might interest you,
she rocks out for 4mins and then join’s the crowd for Have a Little Faith,
only to get back and ROCK. One of the greats!
When you look back a year from now, it will be as though to a far away place before the world began.
Just a cool wind blowing through the cosmos, and a twinkle in the eye of the creator…
It’s been a rough rewarding ride to get this far,
(2011, not the funnest year ever)
But we have begun to cope with rapid change in a previously unimaginable way,
and dare I say it? Grow up
This year we begin to do what grown ups do,
take matters in to our own hands.
Change, evolution, revolution, oppression, liberation,
This year promises all that and a bag of chips, ummm… I mean So Much More!
Have fun tonight, be safe and lovely.
Is that a threat or a promise?
Kittens, it’s both.