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d157 150 150 John Sandbach

Virgo 7. Music, fading into silence, re-emerges as color. (Omega Symbol) Interacting/Sensitive

(Degree Angel: YEZALEL (YAY-za-LEL) Heaven on Earth, Fidelity, Loyalty, and Allegiance)


When anything in your life loses energy or momentum – as everything inevitably does – you strive to give it new life by recreating it at a higher level. You have a talent for being able to take in an experience or concept deeply, and then re-express it with greater subtlety and/or clarity so that it becomes more vivid for others. The more you let go of your ego and tendencies toward self-judgment, the more freely and powerfully you can express this talent.

The Chandra Symbol for this degree is “A pie thrown in someone’s face.” If you take yourself too seriously, getting a pie thrown in your face could make you feel like a victim, or like your dignity has been assailed. But if you can keep a light attitude you may see it as just a joke, and nothing important. Its important for you to not be too rigid, and to realize that everything that happens to you is your karma, so there are no victims.

Pleiadian Symbol: Priestesses lounging in the cool shadows deep within a temple.  Being in sacred spaces in a relaxed, peaceful, and restful way.

Azoth Symbol: A woman being taught magic by two witches. Learning how to manifest creativity in ways that always takes dichotomies into account.

Seed degree: Gemini 18. A magician gives to the wind messages that are to be delivered. (Omega Symbol). Trusting that whatever we produce will find its rightful place in the world, we find ourselves becoming psychologically free to experiment with a wide range of possibilities.

A book with blank pages. (Chandra Symbol). When we are open to whatever we may come, we are always surprised by what we draw to ourselves, and by the way it attempts to break down our limited assumptions.

Fulfillment degree: Aries 14. A snake wiggling out of its old skin. (Omega Symbol). As we allow ourselves to freely invent and improvise, we overcome the limitations we have imposed on ourselves and come into an exhilerating renewal of our being.

An apple tree – many rotten apples on the ground around it. (Chandra Symbol). Shocked out of our limited focus, we become aware of all the possibilities of new growth around us.


It means that colors can be seen rhythmically, and fugues might be woven in the air. And although the colors found this interesting they much preferred to be freed of all structures except those that arose spontaneously out of their immediate whim.

Sometimes wishing for anchors they sought out spiders who would weave webs along which they could slide their rainbows, or dewdrops out of which they could refract. Broken glass was also a nice place to dart through. All in all, the colors were pleased with the millions of new fingers the keyboard gave them.

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