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Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Nazywam się Otylia Wrzos i od wielu lat moją pasją jest Tarot i numerologia, dzięki któremu mogę pomagać ludziom w podejmowaniu właściwych dla nich decyzji. Każdy z nas bowiem jest ciekaw tego, co przyniesie mu los, czy wybory, jakich dokonuje, będą miały pozytywny wpływ na jego życie.
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Wednesday, 3 October 2018
VENUS RETROGRADE IN SCORPIO …. That irresistible force compelling us to something or some place or someone.
Venus (exoteric ruler of both Taurus and Libra) in one of her guises is known as the goddess of love and of sensuality .... Venus in Scorpio when retrograde takes us inwards to the theatre of our own sexuality or sensuality, to feel the reality of what and who we are in this respect. Venus-Scorpio in retrograde is one of the most powerfully passive movers in the system.
Retrograde in Scorpio Venus can transform this energy into that of Siren : a woman thought to be very beautiful but also dangerous. Venus is the attraction and Scorpio the danger. This aspect brings out the deeper urges in some females to play that part, the part of temptress or seductress against all odds. Or can lead the male to desire and connect with such a female, if the charts are aligned. September to December this year are months when the goddess energy first of all rises, then falls out of sight, only to rise once more with the culmination of certain issues as they reach conclusions or vital stages of development. Venus rules also the arts, creativity and all things beautiful. That irresistible force compelling us to something or some place or someone.
On the 5th October 18 Venus will retrograde in Scorpio until the 13th November. The planet of seduction, mystery and persuasion weaving her magic covertly in the dramas and scenarios already being overseen by Jupiter through Scorpio since last October. Jupiter is traditionally known as the 'Greater Benefic' and Venus the Lesser. This does not mean that everything these planets touch has benefit generally, but that most things they become involved with have increasing power for some people in some places in some situations. So in matters that Jupiter has already enlarged, Venus now weaves on smaller frameworks with tinier stitches with stealthier methods, toward the embellishment and irresistibility of scenarios and conditions that are dramatic, impressive or made of the kind of stuff which fill memories and minds for more than a few moments. Venus has been in Scorpio since the second week of September in straight forward direction, and those things she has touched are set to be taken to a different level, delayed perhaps, or put under greater scrutiny in ways which are not at first obvious until the weeks following the 13thNovember….
Jupiter (ruler of the flamboyant Sagittarius) is past master at presentation writ large. While Venus - subtle and nimble - working in this most charismatic and intense vibration of Scorpio, is liable to gain advantage by encrypting facts until such time as the right conditions appear in which de-coding and revelation are apt. Deflection and distraction is one of the many skills of Venus at her most artful. Taurus is the polar opposite sign of Scorpio, so Venus is swimming against the tide of her own sign or working contrary to her usual confident flow. In Scorpio she is the darker or more serious side of the goddess, shaded or disguised and traveling somewhat below the radar.
Always something tricky or deceptive about Venus in Scorpio, always something not quite on the surface but powerfully potent and obviously beneath. It can also bring absence or the kind of isolation which is obscured and not to be discovered. Venus in this position in this sign works in the most mysterious or cunning of ways.
Does this mean everyone subscribes to the effect … no! Does it mean we all fall prey to the effect?…. no! But it means we may see or hear evidence of it all around us without being in the direct line of its action. We may perhaps be party to sleight of hand, disappearing tricks or inexplicable about-faces and abrupt withdrawals from set agreements.
Retrogrades bring a slowing of the energies concerned. So the need to be patient with complex and unresolvable issues is more than ever necessary. Investigation and research of the subtler kind often occurs when Venus is retrograde in Scorpio and often not the conventional sort but the kind that yields results from informal or unusual methods. Chicanery, cunning, cleverly orchestrated scams and arch deception are also an off-shoot of Venus retrograde in Scorpio. The last time Venus was retrograde in this sign was October and November of 2010 and in that year she was riding close to Mars in the same sign, unlike this year when Mars is in Aquarius. The difference this makes to the quality of the action is considerable - but not necessarily to the intention.
At the beginning of November Venus’s retrograde period takes her back into Libra, to review the overall plan and revisit the settings of the first week of September, putting two and two together more neatly perhaps. All this is compounded suddenly by Mercury retrograding in Sagittarius on the 13th December just as Venus goes direct in Libra and brings the jury back in, having weighed the evidence. Transparency and conclusions occur when Venus re-enters Scorpio in the first week of December and begins a straight forward transit once again. Light bulb moments and revelations long awaited begin to happen then. The curious is overtaken by the incredulous perhaps as December plays out and it may be January before the dust sheets are removed to reveal the condition of things.
Venus in Scorpio retrograde shades and defies the glaring light of reason and veils transparency. Intelligence or realization has to be worked for and waited upon.
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Tuesday, 18 September 2018
Lyn Shea & Peter Wakefield discuss the energetic overshadowing and interaction of animals, minerals and other species of nature upon mankind. The way animals may come to the assistance of our advancement, and the way we benefit from the healing powers of plant and other kingdoms. The exchange of energy between realms.and the evolutionary arc that both humans and animals occupy.
Monday, 30 July 2018
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Tuesday, 19 June 2018
This podcast has Lyn Shea & Peter Wakefield, reputed astrologers and experts on metaphysics and modern astrology, discussing the ins and outs of the Uranus into Taurus planetary movement for the next 7 years. Uranus is the planet of transformation, rebellion, unique innovation and often disorientation.
How this dawning transit affects us a whole - this talk is not simply aimed at those with Sun in Taurus (although people with the sign will naturally be hugely affected) but shows the ramifications to society generally .... we all have a birth chart and we all have Taurus somewhere in our chart and are influenced by the major and extra Saturnine planets as they move through the solar system.
Uranus particularly brings the greatest changes and the greatest shifts in small and larger situations, both individually and globally.
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Saturday, 9 June 2018
Famously Uranus, one of the extra saturnian slow moving planets, is the instigator of breakthrough and revolution. It cares little for precedence, provenance or tradition, and concerns itself only with new horizons. It breaks barriers at any price, brings in radical shifts and takes no hostages. In the brave and confrontational vibration of Aries over the past seven years it has dragged many of us kicking and screaming against our wills into battles we may have preferred not to have fought, or areas we found disquieting. Aries is as fond of the new and the untried as much as Uranus is fond of accessing it.
Uranus is the ruler of of Aquarius, and the planet of change, transformation and disruption, and is set to leave Aries on the 15thMay after a seven year transit through the sign. Entering Taurus on the 16th it is somewhat static while it sits at nought degrees between the two signs, until it grips Taurus properly from the 5th June. Meantime, it simply takes a foray into its new home, beginning to retrograde in early August having only managed to make two degrees of Taurus. But it's enough to give tasters of what it can do in this Venusian earth sign. By the second week of November it’s back into late degrees Aries, going direct again in January and finally entering Taurus to stay in March 2019.
Uranus as a planetary influence is not to be under-estimated, no progress or evolution can take place without it. It ravages, tears and forces access into dimensions and areas a little further on, and does not care for the aftermath or the price. In Taurus it may demolish structure, standards and economy, simply to make way for the next epoch. And the bridge between eras or worlds from this May to March next year is for the widening of what has to be brought into existence or salvaged, as well as for what has to be redistributed or disposed of along the way. As Mars goes back into Capricorn in August briefly, Uranus has reached its limit for this year. In August many of us decide finally whether to make radical and dynamic shifts of movement or whether to preserve what we know and expand on that.
In the last seven days of Uranus’ reign in Aries, 9thto 15h May, there are casualties of fatigue, and celebrations of victory, not necessarily in the same place, and there are definitely contingencies that did not exist before. As Mercury (the lesser octave of Uranus) enters the fray on the 12thand 13th of the month the final crescendos and the nerve strain can be high. Some issues are ongoing - they merely reach a different level or new incarnation, ones which become more manageable perhaps in the solid framework of Taurus.
The Septimal Law (or seven year stages) are legendary, and the growth of humankind is said to take place in chapters of seven - although it is probably more rapid nowadays due to our quickening evolvement as a species. But the full changeover from Aries to Taurus between May and March can be likened to a bridgework from May to March 2019 where many of us may run back and to, undecided where we ought to be, or what we ought to preserve in the various areas of our lives affected by this change of sign. Taurus is all about preservation and substantiation.
In Taurus Uranus may bring its original quirky flair to the luxurious and the beneficial parts of life. Pursuing pleasure until it becomes pain, or abundance until it becomes loss: the reversals Uranus can create are well known to astrologers; a rags to riches flavour is exerted in many of the aspects Uranus makes with other heavier planets. Uranus is the slayer of serenity, the knave and the rascal, the interloper, the unexpected rescuer, the spectre at the feast, the fly in the ointment. It does not leave until there is change (or the chaos preceding it). It demands a shift in previous patterns. Uranus leaves no stone unturned. Impossible to make an omelette without breaking eggs … If Uranus in Aries was about new ideas and innovation then Uranus in Taurus is about the substance of these, the growth and fruition maintaining what has been primarily established as possible or necessary.
Uranus as the revolutionary of the solar system keeps us moving, on our toes and reaching for what we need next in our journey to individuation.
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Tuesday, 20 February 2018
Strange how in some areas of life we have this vague sense of time standing still – when we are not by-passing opportunities or deadlines for core desires and we are not ageing – and yet we still hurtle about and jump mentally into the future before we have lived properly in the moment. We have this weird concept of what time is in relation to us, or what we are in relation to time. And perhaps we are not aware of it until we stop to consider or it’s made plain to us in some way. We see ourselves as standing like someone in a high wind, stolid against the force of change, while we believe that we need to rush into other scenarios and situations right in front of us and these situations are always the ones which are not of our choosing, or not really vital to our fulfilment; they are pressures from the outside, or from the past or from unconscious urges that supply a leverage towards unfoldment that we may not otherwise possess.
In some sense it is true that time is split. Inner time and outer focus. Inner time exists with soul endeavor, or life purpose. This autonomous sense of purpose will not be moved from what we really need to do, and who we really are – and who we really are is ultimately what we do.
The details of the current era pass and swirl around us, but the definitive need to experience in a certain way or reach a certain stage of achievement or have a type of sensation within environment or place remains as untouched by the detail of the mundane as an oak tree in a breeze. We have this idea of time standing still at the deepest level, at the purest of our core, and it is something we need to become aware of in order not to loose ourselves. We need to explore it and appreciate it and see what it says about us and how we continually speak to it without paying attention. In meditation we become listeners to it. In our love experiences it gains amplification. It is immortal and ignore it as we might it remains solidly true to us, this idea that in extremely crucial matters we can conquer time.