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d103 150 150 John Sandbach

Cancer 13. Wind blowing through an old Pan’s pipe. (Omega Symbol) Transforming/Receptive

(Degree Angel: Lecabel (LAY-ca-BEL) Finish what you start, Intellectual Talent)


You have the ability to create spontaneously and to allow nature energies to express through you in an unimpeded way. You only have trouble if you try to stop this, or rearrange or limit it in someway. You fulfill your purpose as you attune to your inner guidance and allow it to flow forth without reservation or pre-conception.

The Chandra Symbol for this degree is “Many voices singing different songs at the same time.” There could easily be an oppressive confusion here, a feeling of being overwhelmed and disoriented. This individual degree is sub-ruled by Libra, so the question is, how are we to relate to all of this? The answer is, to let it happen, and to allow our focus to move easily through it, rather than anxiously and frantically trying to assimilate all of it. This degree is about giving up control, and the wonderful music that can result from doing so.

Pleiadian Symbol: A palm reader runs her finger slowly and gently down a life line.  The ability to feel the flow of events and time.

Azoth Symbol: An explorer sailing toward a wall of high, white cliffs.  Movement toward a higher spiritual state.

Seed degree: Leo 28. A diamond thought to be fake turns out to be real. (Omega Symbol). Coming into an awareness of the preciousness of everything around us, we are able to clearly hear the subtle and wondrous music that nature is making everywhere.

Men doing gymnastics. (Chandra Symbol). Centering, grounding, and clearing our physical self makes us more sensitive, so that we are able to experience a much wider range of frequencies around us.

Fulfillment degree: Libra 9. A healer who knows the secret of working with people’s breath. (Omega Symbol). When we tune in to the energies of nature we become acutely aware of being apart of its music, and can then help others to become more aware of their own inner rhythms and music.

A cook fixing vegetable soup from a myriad of ingredients. (Chandra Symbol). Opening ourselves up to the tremendous variety of energies around us, we select from them and blend what we select into something nourishing.


The wind has found that by shifting, songs are created. It is playing with a pipe which a satyr dropped as he was chasing some nymphs. The wind tosses the pipe into the air and then flows through it, inventing patterns as it goes, until it finds one it especially likes, an entrancing, unpredictable tune that suits its spirit.

Far below a girl who is passing listens to the wind’s song. She hums along with it, and above her the wind hears an echo to its tune.

Sometimes at night the song returns to her, and as she sings it to herself, falling asleep, the wind coming to listen outside her window, proud and smiling.

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