Today’s Oracle takes us to the Sagittarius weekly for March 14, 2003.
I have not mentioned that a new planet, a rather special new planet, was recently discovered in your sign. There have been many recent discoveries beyond the orbit of Pluto, but the one of which I speak — Quaoar — is distinguished by being the largest planetary discovery since Pluto in 1930. According to http://www.Karmastrology.com, “The name Quaoar comes from the creation mythology of the Tongva people, the indigenous inhabitants of what is today the Los Angeles area of Southern California. The Tongva lived there peacefully for hundreds if not thousands of years before the Europeans first arrived in the 1600s.” The site quotes Mark Acuna, Tongva scholar, dancer and tribal elder: “‘Quaoar’, the great force of creation, sings and dances the high ones (Deities) into existence. While Quaoar has no form or gender he is usually referred to with the male pronoun. He dances and sings first ‘Weywot’ who becomes Sky Father; they sing and dance ‘Chehooit’ Earth Mother into existence. The trio sing ‘Tamit’ Grandfather Sun to life. As each divine one joins the singing and dancing, the song becomes more complex and the dance more complicated.” I’ll have to remember to ask about this in church on Sunday. Anyway, The Clash used to say “Know your rights.” I would say: Know Your Creation Myth — so you can live it.
The Saturn-Pluto conjunction is separating, but still strongly influencing our experience. While this event will happen two or three times in the lives of most people, this particular instance is a moment of convergence and reckoning for the world and for us as individuals.
Eric has completed recording RESPECT, the 2020-2021 Planet Waves annual readings, to cover the momentous astrology of the coming year-plus. You can read more about the project, and order the readings for instant access, here.