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The Harmonic Concordance alignment

I am migrating some  articles from the old site so that they can be indexed here.  The Grand Sextile of 2013 will give a repeat performance on August 31st, this time with the Moon in Cancer.  This Grand Sextile is a rare occurrence, and the last time it occurred was during the Harmonic Concordance of 2003.  This is the Tenth Anniversary of the Harmonic Concordance

You may have heard of a unique alignment involving eight “planets” that occured the evening of the lunar eclipse on November 8 2003 at 8:13 pm. The components of this alignment are these (in astrological symbolism the Sun and Moon are considered as planets, and I am including Chiron as well which I have seen to be a strong component of any birthchart):

Harmonic

A full moon with a total lunar eclipse.

Two interlocking grand trines (120 degree angles) in water and earth signs.

Two oppositions (180 degree angle).

A hexagon of sextiles (60 degree angles) forming a Grand Sextile.

Two “T-square” formations (an opposition where both planets are square (90 degrees) to another).

 

In addition, Uranus, technically not part of the alignment formation, is on this day reversing its retrograde direction and traveling direct for the first time since June.

This formation was discovered on August 28 1998 by John Mirehiel using a software program called Astrolog and looks very much like this diagram. He named this alignment the “Harmonic Concordance.” You can see the two intersecting triangles in blue, the three interior oppositions in red, and the hegaxon in green, all bordered by the circular ecliptic of the zodiac. This is an exceptionally unusual formation that is filled with symbolism of the mystery schools. The interlocking grand trines that form the six-pointed […]

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Grand Sextile/Star of David, July 29 2013

Grand Sextile 2013Image stolen from Conscious Cool Chic

I have been writing about the Grand Trine in Water that is in effect for much of this year, and at the end of the month a Grand Trine in Earth will intersect with the Water Trine and form a Star of David, or Grand Trine.

Similarity to Harmonic Concordance

The Harmonic Concordance that occurred on November 8, 2003 was considered a portal to awakened consciousness.  The Harmonic Concordance featured the same combination of planetary alignments as the July 29th Grand Sextile:

  • Two interlocking grand trines (120 degree angles) in water and earth signs.
  • Two oppositions (180 degree angle).
  • A hexagon of sextiles (60 degree angles) forming a Grand Sextile.
  • Two “T-square” formations (an opposition where both planets are square (90 degrees) to another).

The Harmonic Concordance occurred at a total eclipse of the Moon which we don’t see here, but otherwise they are similar patterns.

They are also similar to a configuration that could be the actual Star of Bethehem: a heliocentric alignment of planets forming a Star of David in the year 5 bce.  Jesus of course was said to be born under the Star of Bethlehem and his legend involves him being a direct descendant of David.

The Symbolism of the Star of David or Solomon’s Seal

The Star of David (also called the Seal of Solomon) has been an esoteric symbol for thousands of years.  In India it was a tantric symbol called the “Satkana Yantra” and represented complete balance between Shiva and Shakti, the divine masculine and divine feminine.  Alain Danielou, in the book “The Gods of India,” writes: […]

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By |2019-11-10T19:27:31-05:00July 26th, 2013|Consciousness|14 Comments

Saturn’s Hexagon Emerges

Many people who know nothing about astrology have often heard of the Saturn Return, and the very mention of the astrological Saturn causes those with the strongest hearts to quake in their boots.  But Saturn is an amazing planet astrological that offers rich gifts along with its famous tests and challenges.

Back in the early 1980s the hexagon that encircles Saturn was first discovered by NASA’s Voyager, but the recent images offer more details than were previously known.

Scientists are still trying to figure out what causes the hexagon, where it gets and expels its energy and how it has stayed so organized for so long. They plan to search the new images for clues, taking an especially close look at the newly identified waves that radiate from the corners of the hexagon — where the jet takes its hardest turns — and the multi-walled structure that extends to the top of Saturn’s cloud layer in each of the hexagon’s six sides. Scientists are also particularly intrigued by a large dark spot that appeared in a different position in a previous infrared image from Cassini. In the latest images, the spot appears in the 2 o’clock position.

Because Saturn does not have land masses or oceans on its surface to complicate weather the way Earth does, its conditions should give scientists a more elementary model to study the physics of circulation patterns and atmosphere, said Kevin Baines, an atmospheric scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., who has studied the hexagon with Cassini’s visual and infrared mapping spectrometer.

“Now that we can see undulations and circular features instead of blobs in the […]

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The Heliocentric Star of Bethlehem

(reposted from last year)

This is really fascinating.

John Charles Webb Jr. left a comment with a link to his site which postulates that the “star” of Bethlehem was not an astronomical event but was in fact an astrological alignment that occurred on March 2, 5 BC (-4). If you run a HELIOCENTRIC (most Western astrologers use a geocentric system that comes down to us from the ancient Greeks) chart for this date you will see this formation of the Seal of Solomon, later called the Star of David. The story of Jesus is of course that he was of the lineage of the Hebrew King David.

This same configuration was present during the planetary alignment in 2003 that was called the “Harmonic Concordance”. This chart was a geocentric chart rather than heliocentric, but still it is a powerful symbol. The Seal of Solomon is known in the three Abrahamic religions, and is called the Star of David by the Jewish people. Astrologically the configuration includes:

  • three oppositions
  • a mystic rectangle
  • two interlocking Grand Trines
  • a hexagon of sextiles forming a Grand Sextile
  • two “t-square” formations

Click image to enlarge this chart of the Harmonic Concordance.

Although conventional history teaches that the rotation of our planets around the sun didn’t gain acceptance until Copernicus, others believe that this knowledge was taught much earlier. The recently discovered “Antikythera-Mechanism” which is postulated to date from the first century b.c.e., may be based on a heliocentric model. (Scientists admit to being baffled by the age of the mechanism and unable to decipher its inscriptions. In addition, there are no other scientific innovations in Greek culture from that time period that comes even close to this instrument, making it likely that this “mechanism” comes […]

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By |2019-11-10T19:27:48-05:00December 24th, 2007|Religion|Comments Off on The Heliocentric Star of Bethlehem

Hexagons and Saturn

photo from nasa

Pat Paquette posted this the other day –

Isn’t it amazing and uncannily synchronous? In the middle of our discussion about the effects of the Saturn-Neptune opposition, suddenly government scientists announce the discovery of an incredible hexagonal vortex on Saturn’s north pole. . . .

::snip::
The hexagon is found in honeycombs, snowflakes, and crystal structures. . . .

The hexagon is one of the seven structures found in crystal geometry — seven being the number of “classical” planets, days of the week (named after planets), and chakras, to name a few. As I stumbled on that piece of the puzzle, I came across another odd bit of information. Guido von List, a turn-of-the-century occultist, was said to have based his system of the Armanen runes on a hexagonal crystal. “Hagal,” which he called the “mother-rune,” represented the hexagonal crystal itself. According to some modern interpretations, Hagal indicates illness, disruption, and general bad luck, along with setbacks and delays.

Gee, what planetary influence does that sound like?

In the non-natural world, the hexagon is widely used in architecture and design, especially in tile work. There are some great photos on this page, which is part of the geometry curriculum at Dartmouth. What’s especially fascinating is the design using hexagons to create an illusion of three-dimensional cubes.

Illusion. That’s what the material world ultimately is. [Correlating to the influence of Neptune which urges us to reach beyond the boundaries of the material world.] And the cosmic force we associate with Saturn determines the structure of the material plane.

read more here

This hexagon covers the entire north pole of the planet and first appeared in photographic images 26 years ago. Atmospheric expert and team member Kevin Baines says […]

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