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Summer Solstice MoonWobble Report - 2014 July 16 at the White House

Posted by Richard Burns at Jun 25, 2014 06:10 AM |

Summer Solstice MoonWobble Report - 2014 July 16 at the White House

MoonWobble Chart 2014 July 14

 MoonWobble Weather Patterns

Peak is 15 - 16 - 17 July 2014


Our Old Gods gather once again in clanship to celebrate our MoonWobble.  We now shift into the Lunar Nodal Axis of Aries/Libra cycle.  MoonWobbles are potent archetypal gifts to identify experiential and existential tension.  As Translators and Ontologists, our purpose is to transcend the three-dimensional mind, the shadowy side of problems.  System, Method, Order are the Ontological watch words in approaching sense testimony.  Use this jolt of joy wisely for accelerated evolution, participation in Cosmic Intention, and transcendence of the endless lunar cycle.  

Whenever you have time, you have duality, birth and death.  The Moon represents that power of consciousness and life in the field of time and space, where it puts on bodies and puts them off.  This Lunar principle is that of life engaged in the field of time and space.  The Sun, on the other hand, is never shadows except in eclipse, and so does not carry its death within it; thus it represents consciousness disengaged from the field of time and space.

The great mystic realization that the Lunar and Solar principles, seemingly dual aspects of consciousness, are in fact, one consciousness.  Your consciousness here in the field of life, is at the same time consciousness disengaged from this field.  The paradox of relating oneself to these two aspects of one's own true being and entity is the great mystical balancing act.  Our being incorporates both aspects - the solar and the lunar - allowing us to navigate this razor's edge (Campbell, 2013, pp. 47-52).

Thane taught an ontological meditation wherein the Sun symbolizes the essential self ("figuratively speaking") and the Moon reflects an endlessly changing principle. An endlessly cycling wheel of fortune of temporal, mortal flesh, birth, fruition and decay. The Moon goes out into the lifeworld and soaks up its little taste of experience, then offers this chunk of sense testimony to the Sun for processing. The nodal axis crystallizes the relationship between Sun and Moon to reflect that sphere of life in which the coniunctio - the inner blending of the two principles - is most likely to manifest (Greene, 1992). An androgynous coitus between a changing, receptive principle and a constant, radiant principle. Remember, if you are not Translating, then you are food for the Moon (Gurdjieff, 1976).

Each MoonWobble undulate as articulated by Thane runs about 37 days in duration (using a 5 degree Aspect Orb as Standard Deviation). Carefully consider decisions during this period. Like any transit, MoonWobble represents a cyclic process. There are stages of buildup, release and integration. MoonWobble is an emotional experience shared inter-subjectively into an apparently objective reality. As such, it is a communal RHS. Conscious awareness and appropriate action results in a smooth transition.

The MoonWobble undulate starts building up energy some 25 days (Saturday, June 21, 2014) before the peak as personal irritability is evident, entering a critical period some 12 days (Friday, July 4, 2014) before the peak to a maximum build-up (Wednesday, July 16, 2014). Allow the release of energy letting up a few days after the peak (Saturday, July 19, 2014). The affect is gradually integrated over 12 days after the peak (Monday, July 28, 2014).

The South Node (unintentional, unplanned) is in Aries Conjunct Sun, both Aries and the South Node are ruled by Mars.  The North Node (intentionally beckoning forward) is in Libra, both Libra and the North Node are ruled by Venus.  The Sun is in Cancer.  While all signs are affected, those with planets or indicators in Aries and Libra will be most strongly influenced.  Remember that everyone has at least Houses of Aries (Family Non-Survival Dynamic Changer - Fire - Past, Ruler - Mars), Libra (Family Non-Survival Dynamic Guide - Air - Past, Ruler - Venus), and Cancer (Individual Survival Dynamic - Water - Past, Ruler Moon).  Individual and Family Survival Dynamics.  Water, Fire and Air.  A hot, humid and blustery chart.  Aries deals with war.  Libra deals with compromise, agreements, deals.  A delicate balance between war and diplomacy.  Sun in Aries is Exalted, and in its own Triplicity so stronger.  But when coupled with the South Node in Aries, they are weakened.  Aries and Libra are both Cardinal Signs - they are goal oriented, and initiate action and lead.  They mark the Equinoxes.  Viewing the Nodes through the lens of the Totality Field, we might view the North Node as an intentional expansion of consciousness into known territory, the C-Field. The South Node is then an unintentional expansion of consciousness into unknown terrain, an A-Field.  

Interpretation and Fixed Star Framework

As an archetypal phase of the life cycle of transformation, the 23rd degree South Node in Aries is illustrated by a pregnant woman in light Summer dress suggesting inner fulfillment.  Key word is Fecundity.

The 23rd degree of Sun in Cancer is illustrated by the meeting of a literary society.  An objective and critical approach to common factors in culture and the underlying psychodynamic issues.

The 23rd degree North Lunar Node in Libra is illustrated by chanticleer's voice hearlding the Sunrise.  Signifying the individual response to life's renewals, renewals which tend to be cyclic, predictable, yet always new and creative.  Key issue is a creative and joyous response to life processes.

The Aries/Libra nodal axis is the axis of family responsibility, and is fixedly rooted in the past. The universal cycles of birth and death, growth and destruction, Spring and Fall. The Aries/Libra axis relates very strongly to the myth of Persephone. The core issue of self-worth from sustaining and maintaining.  Aries represents the individual, while Libra represents the collective.  An opportunity to balance individual liberty with collective responsibility.

South Node in Aries, ruled by Mars, connects the planet to loss and sacrifice.  Mars is in Libra, thereby weakening the North Node in Libra.  North Node in Libra is ruled by a dignified Venus, which is in nebulous yet empathetic Pisces.  This suggests a greater emphasis on diplomacy, then war.  North Node in Libra is in the house of communication.  South Node conjunct Sun in Aries is in the house of travel, higher mind, ethics.


 2014 is a year of rare, multiple planetary configurations.  We are in the sixth year of the Cardinal Climax, a water grand trine and kite formation occurs at the start of Moonwobble.  Called the Grand Bargain, this is the opportunity to reach consensus between the social, corporate and political needs.  A chance to solve the debt problem.  Then a beautiful Grand Sextile.  While the grand trine in water may collectively lead us to a point of acceptance and forgiveness, it also means to dissolve boundaries.  This removal of obstacles can mean many things from floors or ceilings falling out of the stock market to sudden solutions to problems.  The flaw in the diamond is the unpredictable Uranus in Aries.  The way through this dilemma is to service the highest good of people yet unborn, not a self-centered me.


Mercury Rx in Cancer, June 7 through July 2

Summer Solstice is June 21

New Moon in Moon on Friday, June 27 will activate/seed the Moonwobble Squares

Full Moon in Capricorn on Saturday, July 12

Sun enters Leo - Tuesday, July 22

New Moon in Leo on Saturday, July 26

Make it work for you

While the MoonWobble Report may be technically helpful, there is no substitute for doing your own interpretations if you are to experience the undulate. If you need to learn how to perform astrological or symbolic interpretations, please contact The Prosperos. The Prosperos teaches how to think, never what to think. For that reason, do not simply read someone's report like a newspaper horoscope. Please do your own archetypal interpretations and your own Translations. Look at how these nodal transits aspect your own chart. The lunar nodes are the guideposts of your ontological journey. Where do the current Nodes and Planets fall on your natal chart? Do the Nodes and Planets make any major (opposition or conjunction) aspects to natal planets? What do these Nodes and Planets intuitively signify to you?

Use the Nodes in the context of the MoonWobble as a spotlight to Self-Encounter any tension at that moment in time of your chart. Use the Nodes as a spotlight to freeze-frame and be self-aware of what tension you are feeling and experiencing. Translate and RHS that tension to experience the joy of flow. If you don’t know how to Translate or RHS, contact The Prosperos. The North Node expands consciousness intentionally while the South Node expands consciousness accidentally. These Nodal spotlights are not on in Moonwobble aspect all the time, use this energy wisely.

Like all other psychological influences, the best way to stay in control is knowing! People who know the least about these things are the most subject to the influences. People who know about them, can act upon the situation, not react to it! Don’t just translate! Channel the unusual flow of energy into an unpredictable good!


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Prepared by Richard Burns, H.W., M.