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Today is Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017
Hebrew date is 18 Kislev 5778
Islamic date is 18 Rabi’-I 1439
Mayan Tzolk’in Day is 8 Chuwen
Mayan Long Count is 220.127.116.11.11
Julian Day is 2458094
Today’s Birthdays: Evelyn Underhill (1875-1941) Dion Fortune (1890-1946), Ira Gershwin (1896-1983), Dave Brubeck (1920-2012), Shekhar Kapur (1945), JoBeth Williams (1948), Linda Creed (1949-1986), Joe Hisaishi (1950), Steven Wright (1955) Peter Buck (1956), Nick Park (1958), Satoru Iwata (1959-2015), Judd Apatow (1967), Ryan White (1971-1990), Noel Clarke (1975).
“A goddessless religion is halfway to atheism.”
— Dion Fortune
In tonight’s program [play episode here], Eric covers the utterly unique astrology of the moment, gives a talk about dharma, then ventures into the waters of seeking a deeper understanding of the sex crimewave that is, in true Pholus fashion, emerging and emerging in a seemingly endless stream. He takes this on the most personal level, describing what a healing process might be like, telling some interesting stories, and ending with a discussion of tantric principles.
Moon Phase: Moon is in Full phase and enters Disseminating (waning gibbous) phase today at 12:29 pm PST / 3:29 pm EST (20:28:35 UTC).
Next New Moon in Sagittarius is on Dec. 17-18 at 10:30 pm PST / 1:30 am EST (06:30:20 UTC).
Next Full Moon is in Cancer on Jan. 1-2 at 6:24 pm PST / 9:24 pm EST (02:24:00 UTC).
Moon Sign: Moon is in Cancer and enters Leo today at 12:37 pm PST / 3:37 pm EST (20:37:10 UTC).
Sun Degree: 15-16 Sagittarius.
Planetary Stations and Sign Changes
Moon enters Leo at 12:37 pm PST / 3:37 pm EST (20:37:10 UTC).
Interesting Selected Aspects | Data by Serennu
— Mercury conjunct Saturn at 4:05 am PST / 7:05 am EST (12:05:21 UTC), and Pholus at 10:41 am PST / 1:41 pm EST (18:40:46 UTC).
— Mercury sextile Mars at 7:58 am PST / 10:58 am EST (15:57:48 UTC).
— Mars sextile Saturn at 1:21 pm PST / 4:21 pm EST (21:20:49 UTC).
— Jupiter opposite Mors-Somnus at 6:21 pm PST / 9:21 pm EST (02:21:01 Dec. 7 UTC).
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If Your Birthday is Dec. 6
(The Day of Extraction) | Sagittarius Birthday Reading | All Other Signs
Normally you would rather not have your space crowded, though it’s time to acknowledge that you need some loving contact with your fellow creatures. That will mean more closeness than you’re accustomed to. If you think this will shape up your life, even a little, you’re correct. When intimacy is offered to you, you’ll be happiest if you go toward it and not away.
Written in the Planets
Retrograde Mercury is sliding back over its recent contacts with Saturn, Pholus and the Galactic Core. You may find yourself reconsidering insights you came to last week, especially regarding parent-child dynamics or your authority over your life. Or you may find yourself diving deeper into whatever ‘cosmic message’ came through. Listen carefully to that inner voice; notice any parallels, echoes or inversions; and be sure to take notes. ‘Ah ha’ moments that come with contacts to the Galactic Core sometimes have a way of getting forgotten, so it’s nice to leave yourself a bread-crumb trail to follow. This will be especially useful come early January, when Mercury moves through the territory for a third time. By then, the landscape will have shifted somewhat — but the lessons gleaned now are likely to still be useful.