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Sagittarius 21. Deep in the jungle, travelers discover the ruins of an ancient city. (Omega Symbol) Interacting/Experimental

(Degree Angel: SEHALIAH (say-HA-lee-YAH) The Power of Prosperity, Motivation and Willfulness)


Within each person are hidden glories yet to be discovered, remembered and retrieved. This degree senses the presence of these, and is able – usually covertly – to subtly tune whoever they encounter into the inherent greatness within themselves. Even if happens only in the faintest of ways, a new, clearer perspective on life is experienced.

The Chandra Symbol for this degree is “Toads singing at night.” There are energies which are calling to all of us, all the time. As we grow more sensitive and more ready, the volume of these calls is turned up, or rather, are attention becomes increasingly attuned to them, which causes them to seem to magnify.

Even when engulfed by darkness, uncertainty and alienation, are own kind is out there, calling to us, sending us messages of hope and encouragement, if only we can let ourselves hear it. To realize such things, progressively as we evolve is as miraculous as the discovery of the ancient ruins of the Omega Symbol.

Pleiadian Symbol: A boy and his dog wearing miner’s lamps exploring a cave.

Azoth Symbol: A holy man explaining the various meanings of the many names of God.

Seed degree: Sagittarius 9. An invisible burden carried on the shoulders. (Omega Symbol). Knowing there is something we need to do, to realize, and/or to resolve, we are eventually guided to it.

A man with green skin. He is dressed in leaves. (Chandra Symbol). When we allow ourselves to relate to the whole of nature the energy we emanate naturally calls to others of like vibration.

Fulfillment degree: Sagittarius 22. A flamenco dancer. As he stamps his purple boots, small clouds of dust are raised. (Omega Symbol). When we reconnect with what we become rejuvenated and are inspired to express our passion to others.

Blackbirds flying out of a pie. (Chandra Symbol). To voice our deepest most primitive feelings releases the darkness within which makes way for the light.


The location of the ancient city of Zithona is still unknown to this day, even though it has been found many times.  The problem is that each time it’s found it then disappears and is later found someplace else.  This is why Zithona is  known as “The Floating City.”

The only consistency observed in its location is that it seems to prefer jungles, for it is always seen in those vast tropical spaces that lay far to the south of Peth.

After careful study of this enigma Irnad has stated that the city seems to select its travelers, and avoids those who it does not wish to encounter by disappearing and changing location.  He feels that almost all of those adventurers who have been fortunate enough to see it were once its inhabitants in former lives, for they all say they feel a deep kinship with its strange architecture, its palaces and temples and baths and monuments.  Or, he goes on to say, it may be that the ones who see it are actually having a future memory of it, that is, in some future lifetime they are destined to live there.  In either case, Zithona is an elusive place who beckons secretly to certain people, and the ones she lures to herself inevitably  become enthralled with her.


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