Somebody summon Neptunian Life Coaching. Usually Mercury Direct is the antidote to weirdness. This one was just brewing it in some sort of ancient, alchemical lunar cauldron. Betcha it’s from the same set as the Gundestrup Cauldron. Probably the most studied ancient ware in history, its deities and symbols still mystify scholars. Nobody, apparently, thought to ask a witch.
The mystery grail was found in a bog in Denmark, in a place called Raevemose – Danish for Fox Bog. Created in the 1st or 2nd Century BC, archeologists think it was deliberately dismantled and then concealed in what was then a grassy field. Peat-miners dug it up by mistake in the late May of 1891, under the most sensational astrological alignment – the Sun, Neptune, Pluto, and the North Node were all conjunct in Gemini.
The Sun, Neptune, Pluto And North Node In Gemini
Obviously, I am obsessive about things like this but the last time those four all lined up was in 83BC: I think the cauldron is ultra-magic. It should be a in a temple, not a museum. But still, it’s safe and we can gaze upon it. The cauldron has elements of Indian, Celtic, Seidr, Faerie, and Babylonian spells/deities all fused into a narrative.
The person who hid it did magnificently. And, if my 83 BC instinct is correct, it was a time when magic was under threat. For instance, the Temple of Jupiter in Rome was burned down, destroying the priestess-written Sybilline Oracles and someone invented and fled with the fantastic Antikythera Mechanism around then as well. Found in the wreck of a Roman ship near the Greek island/former pirate base of Antikythera, it is considered the world’s first analog computer.
The device tracked eclipses, planets, the Sun, Moon, and stars: it used epicyclic gears, which Leonardo Di Vinci was supposed to have invented 1500 years later. Note for Libras: It calls Libra “the Scorpion’s Claw.” They are still exploring the shipwreck and recently discovered “a mysterious bronze disc depicting a Bull” or – likely Taurus, right?
Libra Is The Scorpion’s Claw?
My point? Well, as you will know from the Turbulent Times posts or the Mars Rave, we’re living through the breakdown of a particular phase, an epoch. It’s transitional but the flailing around of certain entities determined not to admit that their structure is wrong or that they’ve lost the goodwill and trust of many citizens/customers is a stress factor. There is mass gaslighting, smug denial of fairly obvious truths, corruption, and rank incompetence.
But check out the stunning, inspirational images online of either of these two incredible creations: tune into that frequency, the magical signal – the message from across the millennia – not the noise and chaos. Magic is real and becoming stronger. This weirdness – and the T.T. piece linked above goes into everything at length – is not weird at all. It’s the unsustainable doing what it always does – disintegrating despite the best efforts of those profiting to bullshit that it’s fab. We have to – for now – live in and around their system – but that doesn’t mean you need to emotionally invest into every nuance of the news at the cost of your serenity.
Hot New Trend: Dumb Appliances
Honor whoever managed to hide that magical cauldron and the astrologer who died in that wreck by being even more drastically rad. Hone your sorcery skills. Be grounded and aware of real trends. I’ll be updating on those sorts of things soon but short flash: Dumb Appliances. Self-made, fresh-mixed each morning moisturizers with pure Co-Q10 or Vitamins. Doing your own scanning for alien transmissions – we have the technology and why let S.E.T.I. interpret?
Has anyone else found themselves becoming verbose and prone to haring off down historic tangents at the slightest stimuli? Until early August, Mercury in Cancer – Retro or not – is excellent for connecting with ancestor and animal spirits, historical research, and baking. I even got in an argument on social media (contradicting my own Mercury Retro advice to not bicker on social media) about my post on Princess Scota, the woman who Scotland is named after. Nobody knows for sure but she arrived with a small army, fleeing from some fuqery in Egypt, Africa, or Phoenicia.
But I did manage to complete the new Mega Mystic members home page: It is a hub with the Horoscopes, a new feature called Astro-Flash, the Daily Mystic emails, Oracles, and Tarots all on one page – perfect for easy book-marking or checking out the Daily Mystic emails if you don’t want to get the actual email.
Image: Matthew Brookes – Hannah Elyse, Nya Gatbel & Dipti Sharma – Mixte Magazine S/S 2020
Image Two: The Gundestrup Cauldron – Denmark
Image Three: Digital Reconstruction of the Antikythera Mechanism