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Energy of the Day May 8, 2015

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Energy of the Day
Friday,
May 8, 2015

Numerology: 5+8+2+0+1+5 equals 21 or 3; meaning “Enjoyment” and “Creativity”

Astrology – “The Day of the Outspoken Spokesperson” – 19 degrees Taurus

Tarot Card – the 8th card of “Strength”

13 Moon Calender – 11 Spectral Moon

Friday –

Planet: Venus

Color: White

Chakra: 1st Root

Element: Earth

Minerals: Ruby, Red Zircon, Garnet, Coral, Jasper

Energy Quality: Purity, Harmony, Creativity

Spirit Guides: Archangel Gabriel, Serapis Bey, Mary Magdelene, Shakti, Venus

Mayan Day Count –

Kin 248: 1 Lamat; meaning Abundance, Fertility, Seed, Beauty, Venus

Direction: South

Color: Yellow

Body : Gonads, Spermatozoa, Ovum

Power Animal: Rabbit

Planet: Venus

1= Source; announces the birth of a new energy in your existence

Daily Inspiration: Venus from the Goddesses Knowledge Cards

Venus is the Roman goddess of grace and love, called Aphrodite by the Greek. She evolved
from an early italian nature goddess, a bringer of spring blossoms and vines, a goddess of
growth and the beauty of nature. The goddess of desire, Venus was the irresistible personification of both physical and spiritual love. She gave her name to the second planet of dawn and dusk, as did her sister goddesses, Inanna and Istar.

The story of Venus’ birth tells how she arose, naked, from the sea, the source of all life (primordial creation) and a symbol of both the collective unconscious and eternity. It is a wonderful image for the emergence of a young woman into her full femininity. Venus is a striking affirmation of the love of beauty and the pleasure of the senses. Risen from the sea, she is a guide through both the stormy and calm waters of our physical desires and emotions.

Meaning of Lamat from the Messages of Maya Cards

Lamat is associated with the planet Venus which is particularly prominent in Mayan astronomy and cosmology. The Maya considered the morning star phase of Venus as very intense and potentially destructive. It is the time of Venus’ inferior conjunction with the Sun. when it is closest to the Earth and its rays are piercing and striking. In cultures of the old world this bright star often illustrates the energy which brings beauty, love, and inspiration. Stars are living examples of art and sacred geometry, the universal language of light. They invite us to celebrate unity and the perfection of creation. We are star-seeds ourselves possessing subtle energies and a light body.

With Love, Mary

 

Energy of the Day May 8, 2015

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