Saturn in Aquarius is imminent. December features a fantastic Jupiter-Saturn conjunction in Aquarius, the first in centuries. It needs newness. Fuq it. We need newness. Shungite is the new crystal.
Here are its credentials.
It’s two billion years old, absorbs electrical + radiofrequency pathogens and comes from a region in Russia renowned for sorcery. More? Shungite contains an antioxidant named after Buckminster Fuller. And, it probably came from a meteorite or even a planet that featured a lot in Seventies conspiracy novels.
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I was loving the chunk I got on my desk (to ward off the quantum fog of E.M.F.s all around me) but now I know more; I am making it my birthrock. Aquarius Rising counts.
Shungite comes from Karelia in Russia, which has its own unique variety of sorcery practiced by shamans called Tietajar. While they keep it quiet these days, they were apparently adept astral travellers and brilliant at dream interpretation. Their magical legacy connects to the Ireland of Yeats and runs through many bloodlines.
My new birthrock has all these powers, apparently, because of its main ingredient; a carbon molecule called Fullerine. Or, buckminsterfullerine. The scientists who discovered the substance named it after the visionary architect because its structure reminded them of Fuller’s geodesic domes. And, let’s be clear here, its general coolness. Buckminster Fuller was a Sun-Jupiter in Cancer trine Uranus. The Jupiter-Saturn conjunction in December will be on his Aquarius Midheaven.
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“We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims,” he said.
Finally, shungite could be from a meteor OR – for the full ancient aliens twist – a hypothetical planet called Phaeton. It evokes Worlds In Collision by Immanuel Velikovsky. He was a Gemini psychoanalyst, born a month before Buckminster Fuller, with his Mercury/Jupiter trine Uranus. I will not try to summarize the vast scope of his books (there are a string of them) here but he was an extrapolator par excellence, a whiz at pulling together Mesopotamian temple art and comet trajectories.
Publishers, freaked by the hostility of mainstream scientists and historians towards Velikovsky, kept cancelling on his book contract. Naturally, it became a best-seller. He talked about things that nobody was into at the time: puns in dream symbolism, pre-human races, Ancient Babylonian deities, global warming and his theory that humanity had repressed the collective memory of what occurred in the Dark Ages.
Velikovsky annoyed everyone; He said our planet was an electron, Saturn used to be our Sun, and that Ishtar was a man.
If he was here now, he’d appreciate shungites “maybe lightning strikes formed it, perhaps it is alien bedrock‘ feel.