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Energy of the Day August 1, 2015

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Energy of the Day August 1, 2015

 

Here is your Energy of the Day report…

Numerology: 8+1+2+0+1+5 equals 17 or 8; meaning “Achievement” & “Manifestation”

Astrology – “The Day of Original Style” – 9 degrees Leo

Tarot Card – the 1st card of “The Magician”

13 Moon Calender – 1 Magnetic Moon

Saturday –

Planet: Saturn

Color: Violet

Chakra: 2nd Sacral

Element: Water

Minerals: Amethyst, Carnelian, Lapiz Lazuli,Fire Opal

Energy Quality: Freedom, Mercy, Change, Transmutation

Spirit Guides: Saint Germain, Zadkiel, Hanuman, Kali, Gaia

Mayan Day Count – Kin 73: 8 Ben

Ben – green corn, reed, growth, courage, victory, education, work

8 – Harmonization: moving forward toward the realization of your purpose
(from Mayan Calender Decoder and Messages of The Maya Cards by Claudie Planche www.stargaia.com)

Daily Inspiration: from The Grandmother of Time by Zsuzanna Budapest

August is the month of fulfillment, the first harvest of the year, and the manifestation of abundance. Lammas (Old English “Loaf Mass”) is a festival of regeneration dedicated to the inventors of agriculture. Since anthropologists believe women invented agriculture, this is a very feminine festival.
The planting of seeds changed history and harvesting of the grain is a wondrous achievement. The old Celtic festival of Lammas is the cross-quarter holiday commemorating the miracle of rebirth, the everlasting grace that follows when Goddess is remembered properly with gifts of the harvest – corn, apples, grapes – and with feasting. The county fairs with their competitions for the largest zucchinis and pumpkins are all remnants of the ancient celebrations of prosperity and the wealth of the earth. Rituals such as the green corn ceremony were characteristic of Native American harvest festivals. Among the Hopi, who use corn pollen and corn meal extensively in their rituals, the corn mother is represented by “a perfect ear of corn whose tip ends in four full kernels”. She is not only present at what are called “maize festivals” but also at childbirth, standing there for the Mother Goddess herself.

 

With Love,
Mary

Energy of the Day August 1, 2015

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