Saturday, June 20, 2020

Summer Solstice 2020

Astro Tips for Summer Solstice
June 20, 2020
Linda Sprague

Happy Summer Solstice, the longest day of light of the year.  The Sun is just stepping into the sign of Cancer.  Sitting right with the Sun the North Node of the Moon sits at 29 degrees of Gemini and the Moon itself is at 28 degrees of Gemini.  The South Node at 29 Sagittarius sets up a tension between past and future.  Today is another moment in time when we can step through a portal to make a commitment to becoming co-creators with the Universe. Review the teachings and beliefs from your past. Discern what to keep and what to release into the nothingness. Let your heart guide you to teachings that support a new cycle for humanity’s survival and the survival of our home, Earth. This can all end soon, or we can support a new cycle of existence.  The Maya Indians believed a 25,722-year precession of the equinoxes shifted around 2012.  How did they know that?  Knowledge and wisdom have been around a long, long time.  We are in the liminal transition between that 25,000-year cycle and the next 25,000-year cycle. Take that in. We are walking unsteadily into the haze and breathing new energy into our cells. Where are we going? Many teachers say that we are learning to co-create with Creation. It is important to dream big, not for the self, but for all forms of life on Planet Earth.   Robert Green Ingersoll, often called the great agnostic in the 1800’s, said this:  “In nature there are neither rewards nor punishments; there are consequences.”   Together we can put aside our attachments to ideologies. Instead, we can create beautiful consequences.

If you want to know more about precession of the equinoxes, here is a link: