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d124 150 150 John Sandbach

Leo 4. A forest of mirrors used to collect the sun’s energy. (Omega Symbol) Manifesting/Responsible

(Degree Angel: Imamiah (ee-MA-mee-Yah) Passion, Expiation of Errors)


You play the role of a servant, dedicated to the highest and finest vibration that you can possibly manifest. You need to not expect too much of yourself, though, or push yourself too hard. You can bring light to many people, but if you become obsessive or overly intense about what you’re doing, it can have the opposite effect you wish to have.

The Chandra Symbol for this degree is “A gardener collecting cow manure.” The gardener has an end in view – the proliferation of beauty through the growing of flowers and the proliferation of health through the growing of vegetables. Just as these things feed our body and soul, we must feed their physical form. This degree does the dirty work, and seeks our rich nutrition to promote luxurious abundance. Here is nurturing at a deep and grounded level.

Pleiadian Symbol: An old wise man riding out of the forest on a stag.   Wisdom emerging through alignment with the forces of nature.

Azoth Symbol: Ritual and prayer before the construction of a great temple. Setting a tone of self assurance and clear vibrational alignment as a basis for entering into all experience – and all experience being considered as holy.

Seed degree: Taurus 11. A man jumping into a river, melting and flowing away (Omega Symbol). The ability to be fluid and to flow with the moment creates a great receptivity to the meaning and significance of all one encounters.

A woman with flames for hair (Chandra Symbol). To allow ones mind to be suffused with spiritual energy provides a basis for being able to recognize all those seemingly worthless things which can actually be food for one’s personal growth.

Fulfillment degree: Cancer 11. A hidden treasure waiting to be found. (Omega Symbol). The accumulation of energy becomes a resource waiting to be discovered and used.

Monstrosities in glass jars at a side show. (Chandra Symbol). Whatever we nurture proliferates, and even if it produces something that seems a failure, we come to realize that nature is always experimenting, and there is always something to learn from every outcome.


Impacting surfaces at 186,000 miles per second you would think one might hear light crashing into the mirrors as it immediately changes direction. But traditionally gleam and reflection have always been accompanied by silence. After long journeys the light enjoys rebounding to instantaneously begin yet another trip, so much darkness to explore and fill, so many shadows sight see.

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