X Rays and magic seems like the weirdest topic for a post but it’s a Void Moon in Aquarius so let’s hit it.
A few nights ago I was looking at images of my bones on a computer screen. It was 2 am in the morning, and I was seething with rage. You have to love Saturn transits LOL. It was such a literal expression of this year’s signature Saturn Pluto conjunction. Bones are Saturnine and repressed rage is Plutonic. So even by my strange standards, it was surreal. The bone pics were from a Cat Scan (Computed Tomography) that I had to get because of vocal cord dysfunction. That came along with my Saturn Mercury transit but Saturn in Capricorn is accentuating muscular-skeletal challenges for many people this year.
X Rays And Magic Is A Legit Link
Beneath the logical explanation for whatever it is, lurks a highly poignant scenario, usually one you don’t want to even think about, let alone discuss. It goes back ages, maybe from before you were you. Anyway, the seething anger was because I could see a disc out of place and I was discussing it at 2 am my time with a radiologist on Skype. I was thinking of all the times I had tried to hold my head up high in difficult circumstances, furious at whatever made my neck wonk out and compassionate for my neck. Call it Saturn-Pluto therapy. If you want a fast paradigm shift in your psyche, gaze at your X-Rays.
Looking at imaging is often really emotional. Those eerie pictures of your skeletal structure resemble, well, every other skeleton ever seen. Viewed via invisible energy (radiation) and without the context of psyche or aura, they are stark. And the language of a radiology report is naturally clinical. “Unremarkable” in this piece of writing is, of course, excellent. You don’t want a radiologist remarking; you want them bored senseless.
Looking At Imaging Is Emotionally Catarthic
Anyway, the X Rays and magic aspect of this is that I have never had a C.T. before and though this one was necessary, I was apprehensive about the procedure. It was actually fine but what I wasn’t expecting was the psychic pow of it. I felt the energy of it, literally seeing a dark cloud surround pass through me. For a split second, I was elsewhere and experiencing something that felt like sentient energy. It was not malevolent but it was something. It had a Plutonic feel to it but seemed more alien than that. Could X-Ray radiation be a strange magical element in its own right?
I would love to hear from others who’ve had scans how they felt influenced by them energetically or psychically. I’ve had sharper perceptions since the scan for sure. I went in worried about being blitzed by a machine associated with heightened risks of cancer down the track and came out more psychic.
Can C.T. Scans Lower Or Elevate Psychic Power Levels?
So my Mars in Virgo and I went a googling for info and found a surprising lack of discussion on the topic. What I did find was kind of fascinating.
*Psychic and “death doula” Debra Diamond sharing shamanic insights from her emergency neurosurgery.
* In the Eighties, a woman received a million-dollar payout (so like 10 million now I guess) for the loss of her psychic powers after a C.T. scan. But I had the opposite experience!
* Botox contains blood! It also contains, as you probably know, extracted and diluted clostridium botulinum, which occurs in mud and swamp water. The kind used to make the product is formulated in a top-secret lab because naturally, you don’t want hostile agents bio-weaponizing it. But despite the modern patina and high-tech element, blood and mud mixture to make you look younger seems so medieval and witchy.
X-Rays Are Scorpionic
* X-Rays themselves are Scorpio, not just because of their penetrating, invisible force that reveals secrets nature but also as they were discovered in Scorpio season. Note the word used: Discovered, not invented. On November 8, 1895, German physicist Wilhelm Rontgen perceived what he called “invisible rays of the solar spectrum.” That day was a Scorpio stellium, with the Sun, Mars, Saturn and Uranus conjunct in that sign. Pluto and Neptune were conjunct in Gemini, squaring the Moon’s Nodes.
The inventor was an Aries with Sun conjunct Uranus and Pluto in Aries quincunx his Moon/North Node in Scorpio. Unsurprisingly, his Sun-Uranus was in the 8th house and he won the first Nobel prize for physics. He called them X because he didn’t know what the energy was and then they were renamed Rontgen rays, after him. But X stuck.
I’d call them Trans-Pluto Rays.
* The radiation hazard symbol is a version of one of the most ancient symbols of all; they just made it blades.
Thoughts? And has anyone else noticed interesting experiences from C.T. scans? They are, after all, just super-strength X-Rays.