Uriah Kahe
Binary 121
5-7½° Aquarius

In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Aquarius (11) and Moon in Aries (1) constitute Binary 11.1, or Binary number 121.

11.1 (Sun in Aquarius and Moon in Aries) is a blend of fixed Air and cardinal Fire mixing Aquarius’s inventiveness, innovation and friendship with Aries’s initiative, directness and fighting spirit. Those who resonate with this combination are lively, intelligent, brave and adventurous beings, fully aligned with a brotherhood-sisterhood spirit and capable of implementing it through their original style of life. The intellectual freedom of Aquarius and the independent pioneering drive of Aries may generate a firm, assertive, uncompromising character, with the inpatient tendency of precipitating events and not at ease with interferences presented on the path.

Sun in Aquarius and Moon in Aries are in a sextile (60°) aspect, which involves two complementary signs, sharing the same polarity, yet not the same element. The binary can work harmoniously and provide beneficial opportunities as long as there is awareness and clarity of intention on both sides.

waxing crescentFour days after exact New Moon in Aquarius we are moving in the second half still of the Crescent Moon, or Sowing Moon, with exact Crescent Moon occurring when the Sun and the Moon is 45° apart  (Sun sextile Moon).  Significant elements of the potential of the New Moon continue to emerge. It is a receptive phase, aimed at gathering information and getting ready to take action according to the Intent established or perceived during New Moon. At this stage the multidimensional Intent gently comes to terms with the ordinary reality. The question here is: “How can I translate my Intent into a goal understandable in the third-dimensional reality?” The major impulse for third-dimensional initiation is produced in this phase, which is therefore ideal for clearly identifying and sowing the Intent. This is also a time of digestion, analysis and planning.

This binary promotes initiative, courage, authenticity and the capacity to fully embrace the essence of your being, uncompromisingly, with no nonsense. It confronts you with the awareness that there cannot be further delay and postponement. The time is only now.

There are moments when you know crystal clear that the priority in your life is the discovery and awakening of who you truly are, no matter what it involves. Situations of crisis are often the triggering element. The pain we experience, especially when it becomes unbearable, is the symptom of a multidimensional labour, which can either lead to birth or abortion.

When we remain confined in apathy and bogus safety, slaves of the mechanical conventions of this separated world, we paralyse and suffocate our natural vitality. Perhaps right in this moment there is a voice within which invites you to give space to your authentic vision, making it the priority of your life, while also supporting others in doing the same.

“If you give birth to what is within you the voices you redeem will redeem you. If you fail to find and give birth to them, they become part of what is destroying you.” (Gospel of Thomas)

Astroshamanic Seal: six patterns representing starships, or birds.  Vision: I see a starship about to leave. It forces me to take some action. It requires courage to board the starship. I am undecided because on one hand I am aware that the earthly companions I leave are part of me and it does not make sense to leave, yet on the other hand I am aware that there are other companions waiting for me. This indecision is related with the way of expressing loyalty towards the group and reminds me of the groups and communities I left. True loyalty is about expanding the connection and is not to be misunderstood with what may appear as treason. “Your Sun has to shine!” I take the potion. I swim and reach an crystal island. There is a beautiful Sun shining upon me. Seagulls come and tell me they are part of my tribe. “We accompany you wherever you go. Our wings are your primary tool. Move on!”

Astroshamanic Binary Guidance: “It does not matter where you go outside, what counts is where you go within. Once you are connected with us, you can go wherever you want. You are the bridge of connection between us and the outer, an ambassador. Through you our tradition is being expressed. You are not alone in the outer. You are connected with other beings you met in your life. These connections work subtly, yet most powerfully.”



Sir Thomas More (11.1.9) 7 February 1478 – 6 July 1535, venerated by Roman Catholics as Saint Thomas More, English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman and noted Renaissance humanist.



Oswald Achenbach (11.1.8) 2 February 1827 – 1 February 1905, German landscape painter.

Isidore Isou (11.1.9) January 31, 1925 – July 28, 2007, Romanian-born French poet, film critic and visual artist.

Henri Laville (11.1.12, Uranus cjn Sun) born February 7, 1916 in Bordeaux, French painter.

Fernand Léger (11.1.3) February 4, 1881 – August 17, 1955, French painter, sculptor, and filmmaker. He ranks as one of the main representative of Cubism and is regarded as a forerunner of Pop art. In his paintings he employs pure colours, converting forms into geometric features of cones, spheres and cubes, leaving their contours unbroken.

Paco Rabanne (11.1.3) born on February 18, 1934 in Saint Sebastian in the Spanish Basque Country, fashion designer.

Art Spiegelman (born February 15, 1948) American comics artist, editor, and advocate for the medium of comics, best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel memoir, Maus.

Eugène Viollet-le-Duc (11.1.6) January 27, 1814 – September 17, 1879, French architect and theorist, famous for his “restorations” of medieval buildings.

Grant Wood (February 13, 1891 – February 12, 1942) American painter born in Iowa, best known for his paintings depicting the rural American Midwest, particularly the painting American Gothic, an iconic image of the 20th century.



Alan Alda (11.1.10) b. January 28, 1936, five-time Emmy Award-winning, six-time Golden Globe-winning, Academy Award-nominated American actor, most famous for his role as Hawkeye Pierce in the television series M*A*S*H.

Hector Babenco, (11.1) Brazilian film director, 1946

Richard Dean Anderson (11.1.3) born January 23, 1950 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, American television actor. He played the eponymous hero in the television series MacGyver and Jack O’Neill in Stargate SG-1.

Daniel Auteuil (11.1.8) born January 24, 1950, French actor.

Abhishek Bachchan, born 5 February 1976 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, award-winning Indian actor.

Christian Bale, born 30 January 1974, English actor known for his roles in the films American Psycho, Equilibrium, Batman Begins and The Prestige.

Sir Alan Arthur Bates CBE (17 February 1934 – 27 December 2003) British actor of stage, screen and television.

Julien Courbet (11.1.11) born February 7, 1965, French journalist, television presenter and producer.

Ellen DeGeneres (11.1.9) born January 26, 1958,American actress, stand-up comedian, and Emmy Award-winning host of the syndicated talk show The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Christopher Eccleston (born 16 February 1964) English stage, television and film actor. In 2005 became the ninth incarnation of the Doctor in Doctor Who.

Michael Carlyle Hall (11.1.11) born February 1, 1971, American actor, known for his role as Dexter Morgan in the Showtime TV Network Dexter, and as David Fisher on the HBO drama series Six Feet Under.

Philippe Faucon, born January 26, 1958 in Oujda, Morocco, French film director.

Tom Hiddleston, born 9 February 1981, English actor, best known for playing Loki in the 2011 action movie Thor.

Barry Humphries, AO, CBE (11.1.12) born 17 February 1934 in Camberwell, Melbourne, Victoria, Australian comedian, satirist and character actor.

Michelle Hunziker (11.1.2) born January 24, 1977 in Lugano, Swiss actress, model and a famous personality on Italian and German television.

Avan Jogia (born February 9, 1992) Canadian actor best known for playing Beck Oliver on Victorious.

Gabriel Macht (born January 22, 1972) American actor, best known as The Spirit in the film of the same name.

Christopher Masterson (born January 22, 1980, Long Island, New York) American actor most famous for his role as oldest brother Francis in the sitcom Malcolm in the Middle.

Chloë Moretz (born February 10, 1997) American actress, known for her roles in (500) Days of Summer and in Diary of a Wimpy Kid.

Joe Pesci (11.1.2) born February 9, 1943, Italian-American Academy Award-winning actor, comedian and singer.

Chris Rock (11.1.1) born February 7, 1965, American comedian, actor, screenwriter, television producer, film producer and director, described by Comedy Central as the fifth greatest stand-up comedian of all time.

Stephanie Romanov (born January 24, 1969) American model and actress, best known for playing Lilah Morgan on Angel.

John Schlesinger, CBE (16 February 1926 – 25 July 2003) English film and stage director and actor.

Patricia Velásquez (born January 31, 1971) Venezuelan actress and fashion model.

Vincent Ward, (11.1) New Zealand director and screenwriter, 16 February 1956, What Dreams May Come.

Bonnie Wright (born February 17, 1991) English actress, best known for her role in the Harry Potter films as Ginny Weasley.

Martin Wuttke, born February 8, 1962 in Gelsenkirchen, German actor, comedian and director.



Francis Bacon (11.1.11) 22 January 1561 – 9 April 1626, English philosopher, statesman, and essayist, but is best known as a philosophical advocate and defender of the scientific revolution.

Iain Banks (11.1) Scottish author, 16 February 1956, science-fiction author of the Culture series, about an interstellar anarchist and utopian society.

Azouz Begag (11.1.5, Pluto cjn Asc) born 5 February 1957 in Lyon, Rhône, France, French writer and researcher in economics and sociology at the CNRS, author of approximately 20 literary books for adults and children, as well as songs, scriptwriter of the French movie Camping à la ferme (“Camping at the farm”), where he expounded his vision of multiculturalism in today’s France’s society.

Martin Buber (11.1.11) Austrian-born Israeli philosopher (February 8, 1878 – June 13, 1965) best known for his philosophy of dialogue, a form of religious existentialism centered on the distinction between the I-Thou relationship and the I-It relationship. In 1923 Buber wrote his famous essay on existence, Ich und Du (later translated into English as I and Thou).
“Solitude is the place of purification.”

Anton Chekhov (11.1.7) born in Taganrog, southern Russia, on 29 January 1860, and died on 15 July 1904, Russian short story writer and playwright. He practiced as a doctor throughout most of his literary career: “Medicine is my lawful wife,” he once said, “and literature is my mistress”.

Time will pass, and we shall go away for ever, and we shall be forgotten, our faces will be forgotten, our voices, and how many there were of us; but our sufferings will pass into joy for those who will live after us, happiness and peace will be established upon earth, and they will remember kindly and bless those who have lived before.

Étiemble (11.1.4, Neptune cjn Asc) René Ernest Joseph Eugène Étiemble, born Mayenne 26 January 1909, died Vigny, 7 January 2002, essayist, scholar, novelist, and promoter of Middle Eastern and Asian cultures.

Marc Lambron, French writer and winner of the Prix Femina, 1993, for L’Oeil du silence.

Jean-Yves Leloup (11.1.4) January 24, 1950, French philosopher and writer.

Nikos Kazantzakis born on 18 February 1883 in Crete with Sun in Aquarius and Moon in Aries, he is regarded as the most important Greek writer and philosopher of the 20th century. The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel 1924-1938 is his most important work. Kazantzakis appeared as a tormented soul, constantly in search for knowledge and meaning, exploring the controversial relationship between man and God. He acquired wide fame after Michael Cacoyannis made his novel Zorba the Greek into a film. The story focuses on the relationship between mind and body exemplified by an intellectual (the narrator) and an uneducated man, Zorba, who drinks, works, loves and lives like a force of nature. Zorba doesn’t care about books and focuses on experience and understanding rather than cerebral learning. He is the celebration of instinctual life, yet with its won integrity and dignity. Also his The Last Temptation of Christ, placed on the Roman Catholic Index of Forbidden Books, became a movie by Martin Scorsese. The book features Christ as an existential hero and rebel against tradition, who wishes to avoid his divine mission until he is awakened by Judas, whom he calls his brother. Kzantzakis claims that in dealing with matter, the artist creates the “channel for the spirit” that is required if the “uphill path” is to be continued. In his view humanity must become “The Saviours of God”. His epitaph read “I hope for nothing. I fear nothing. I am free.” (11.2)

True teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross; then, having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create their own.

Beauty is merciless. You do not look at it, it looks at you and does not forgive.
Every perfect traveller always creates the country where he travels.
I expect nothing. I fear no one. I am free.
My entire soul is a cry, and all my work is a commentary on that cry.
Since we cannot change reality, let us change the eyes which see reality.
The real meaning of enlightenment is to gaze with undimmed eyes on all darkness.
There is only one woman in the world. One woman, with many faces.
Tell me what you do with the food you eat, and I’ll tell you what you are. Some turn their food into fat and manure, some into work and good humor, and others, I’m told, into God.
Every man has his folly, but the greatest folly at all, in my view, is not to have one.
It’s all because of doing things by halves, saying things by halves, that the world is in the mess is in today. Do things properly by God! One good knock for each nail and you’ll win through! God hates a halfdevil ten times more than an archdevil!
What a strange machine man is! You fill him with bread, wine, fish, radishes, and out of him come sighs, laughter and dreams. Like a factory. I’m sure there’s a sort of talking-film cinema in our heads.

Santha Rama Rau (11.1.12, Uranus cjn Asc) born 24 January 1923, best known as a travel writer.

Jacques Prévert (11.1.6) French poet and screenwriter born on February 4, 1900 in Neuilly-sur-Seine and died on April 11, 1977 in Omonville-la-Petite. One of the most popular French poets and cinema screenwriters of the 20th century, associated with surrealism and Pataphysics, He wrote various screenplays for French film director Marcel Carné, such as Drôle de drame (Bizarre, Bizarre), Le jour se lève (Daybreak) and Les enfants du paradis (The Children of Paradise). The latter movie is one of the greatest romantic classics of all times. It is about four men in love with Garance, a worldly-wise courtesan. Each men loves Garance in his own way, yet only the intentions of Deburau, a mime-actor, appear honourable. Consequently Deburau is the one who moves through the ordinary reality bardo compost bin, facing one grievance after the other in order to attain a forlorn goal. The movie is an outstanding celebration of the grief and sadness generated by love relationships. “Oh,” declares one of the protagonists, “if everyone who was married was in love, the earth would shine like the sun.”

The Dead Leaves by Jacques Prévert:
Oh I wish so much you would remember those happy days when we were friends.
Life in those times was so much brighter and the sun was hotter than today.
Dead leaves picked up by the shovelful. You see, I have not forgotten.
Dead leaves picked up by the shovelful, memories and regrets also, and the North wind carries them away into the cold night of oblivion.
You see, I have not forgotten the song that you sang for me: It is a song resembling us.
We lived together, the both of us, you who loved me and I who loved you.
But life drives apart those who love ever so softly without a noise and the sea erases from the sand the steps of lovers gone their ways.

Virginia Woolf (11.1.3) January 25, 1882 – March 28, 1941, English novelist and essayist regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary figures of the twentieth century. Her most famous works include the novels Mrs Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927), and Orlando (1928), a fantasy novel tracing the career of the androgynous protagonist from a masculine identity within the Elizabethan court to a feminine identity, and the book-length essay A Room of One’s Own (1929) with its famous dictum, “a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction”, dealing with the obstacles and prejudices that have hindered women writers, exloring the possibility of an androgynous mind. She was often subject to nervous breakdowns, bout of madness and non-ordinary states of mind that eventually lead to her suicide. In her suicide note she wrote: “I feel certain that I am going mad again: I feel we can’t go through another of those terrible times. And I shan’t recover this time. I begin to hear voices, and can’t concentrate. So I am doing what seems the best thing to do. You have given me the greatest possible happiness… I can’t fight it any longer, I know that I am spoiling your life, that without me you could work”

Alfred North Whitehead, OM FRS (15 February 1861 – 30 December 1947) English mathematician and philosopher. He is best known as the defining figure of the philosophical school known as process philosophy.



Billie Joe Armstrong (11.1.10) born February 17, 1972, in Oakland, California, best known for his role as the main songwriter, lead vocalist, lyricist, and guitarist for the rock band Green Day.

Anita Baker (born January 26, 1958 in Toledo, Ohio) American R&B and soul singer-songwriter, with eight Grammy Awards, four platinum albums and two gold albums to her credit.

Skip Battin (11.1.11) born February 18, 1934 in Gallipolis, Ohio, died July 6th, 2003 in Salem, Oregon, singer-songwriter, musician, performer and recording artist.

Dieter Bohlen (born February 7, 1954, Berne, Lower Saxony, near Oldenburg) German musician, songwriter, entertainer, TV personality, producer and writer.

Jennifer Brown (11.1.4) Swedish singer, born February 18, 1972 in Goteborg.

Muzio Clementi (23 January 1752, Rome – 10 March 1832, Evesham, Worcestershire, England) celebrated Italian classical composer, pianist, pedagogue, conductor, music publisher, editor, and piano manufacturer.

Carlo Waibel, better known by his stage name Cro (born January 31, 1990 in Mutlangen, Baden-Württemberg) German rapper, singer, producer and designer.

Jean-Michel Damase (11.1.9, Uranus cjn IC) born January 27, 1928 in Bordeaux, French composer.

Scott Davis, known as Mac Davis (11.1.2, Saturn and Uranus cjn Asc) born January 21, 1942, American country music singer and songwriter.

Tony de Vita (11.1.11) born February 10, 1932 in Milan, died January 14, 1998, Italian pianist, conductor and songwriter.

Giorgio Gaber (11.1.7, Saturn cjn Moon) byname of Giorgio Gaberscik (25 January 1939 – 1 January 2003) Italian singer, composer, actor, and playwright, accomplished guitar player and author of one of the first rock songs in Italian (“Ciao ti dirò”, 1958).

Cameron Giles (born February 4th, 1974), better known by his stage name Cam’ron or “Killa Cam”, Grammy-nominated, American rapper and actor, dounder of the hip-hop group The Diplomats.

John Greaves (born 23 January 1950) British bass guitarist and composer, best known as a member of Henry Cow and his collaborative albums with Peter Blegvad.

Taylor Hawkins (born on February 16, 1972 in Fort Worth, Texas) American musician, best known as the drummer of the rock band Foo Fighters.

Calum Hood (11.1, Uranus cjn Sun) born on January 25, 1996 in Sydney, Australian singer and musician from the band 5 Seconds of Summer.

Daniel Johnston (born January 22, 1961) American singer, songwriter, musician, and artist. Johnston was the subject of the 2005 documentary The Devil and Daniel Johnston.

Malese Jow (born February 18, 1991) American actress, singer and songwriter.

Adam Lambert (born January 29, 1982 (birth time source: Sy Scholfield, Astrodatabank)) is an American Jewish singer and actor. He rose to fame in 2009 when he released his debut album, For Your Entertainment, number three on the U.S. Billboard 200, spawning several hit singles, including “Whataya Want from Me”, for which he received a Grammy nomination for “Best Male Pop Vocal Performance”. In 2012 his second studio album, Trespassing premiered at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200, making him the first openly gay artist to top the album charts. In 2015, Lambert released his third album, The Original High, which debuted at number three on the U.S. Billboard 200.

William Lamothe (January 27, 1920, St-Hugues de Bagot, Canada), Canadian author, composer, interpreter and comedian.

Marcel Landowski (11.1.6, Saturn and Pluto cjn MC) 18 February 1915 – 23 December 1999) French composer, biographer and arts administrator.

Laura Marling (born 1 February 1990) English folk musician from Eversley, Hampshire.

Edward McGuire (11.1.7, Neptuen cjn Asc) born 1948 in Glasgow, British composer.

Alexia Palombo, born February 16, 1983 in La Seyne-sur-Mer, French singer.

Elena Paparizou, born 31 January 1982) Greek–Swedish singer.

Cat Power (11.1.5) stage name of American singer/songwriter Charlyn “Chan” Marshall, born on 21 January 1972, known for her minimalist style, sparse guitar and piano playing, and ethereal vocals.

Ed Sheeran (born 17 February 1991) English singer-songwriter, broke through commercially in 2011 with his debut single “The A Team” number 3 on the UK chart.

Edwin Starr (January 21, 1942 – April 2, 2003) American soul music singer, most famous for his Norman Whitfield produced singles of the 1970s, most notably the number one hit “War”.

Christopher Stokowski, born January 31, 1952 in New York, musician.

Maurice Yvain (11.1.10) born February 12, 1891 in Paris and died July 27, 1965, French musician and composer.



Livia Drusilla (58 BC-AD 29 ) Roman empress as the third wife of the Emperor Augustus.

Amintore Fanfani (11.1.8) Italian politician.

Maurice Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stockton, OM, PC (11.1.7) 10 February 1894 – 29 December 1986, British Conservative politician and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 10 January 1957 to 18 October 1963.

Andreas Papandreou (11.1.2) 5 February 1919 – 23 June 1996, Greek economist, a socialist politician and a dominant figure in Greek politics.

Nicolas Sarkozy (11.1.6) 28 January 1955, 23rd President of the French Republic.



Karl Brander-Pracht (11.1.10, Neptune cjn Moon) born February 11, 1864 in Vienna and died September 10, 1939 in Berlin, author, astrologer, occultist, psychic, actor.

Isabelle Eberhardt (11.1.2, Pluto cjn Asc) 17 February 1877–21 October 1904, explorer and writer who lived and travelled extensively in North Africa, an extremely liberated (but troubled) individual who rejected conventional European morality in favour of her own path and that of Islam.

Hans Holzer (11.1.10) b. January 26, 1920 in Vienna, popular paranormal researcher.

Brugh Joy (11.1.4) born January 27, 1939 in Salt Lake City, American author and teacher about occult phenomena and life after death.


Other Celebrities with 11.1:

Galileo Galilei: born on 15 February 1564 with Sun in Pisces, Moon in Aries and Ascendant in Leo. His revolutionary studies unveiled the arbitrary nature of the preceding human configuration, and contribuited to the emergence of a novel setting leading to the definitive release of the geocentric view of the universe. During this process he often went before the Inquisition, with Church officials refusing to look through his telescope on the assumption that the Devil would make anything illusory and deceptive. Under torture threats, he was forced to retract his heliocentric view and was then sentenced to house arrest for the rest of his life. After the official renunciation of his theory, he is said to have murmured “Eppur si muove!” (But still it moves!). In order to cover up his discoveries Galileo often used anagrams. For example the discovery of Mars’s two moons was exemplified by smaismrmilmepoetaleumibunenugttauiras, which stands for “Salve umbisteneum geminatum Martia proles” (Hail, twin companionship, children of Mars). The verdict of heresy against Galileo was removed by the Catholic Church only in 1992. What is less known is that Galilei, as documented by research made by Grazia Mirti, was also a passionate astrologer. He wrote at least 14 books on the topic, and was regularly consulted by wealthy clients for whom he would cast horoscopes and rectify charts.

“Long experience has taught me this about the status of mankind with regard to matters requiring thought: the less people know and understand about them, the more positively they attempt to argue concerning them, while on the other hand to know and understand a multitude of things renders men cautious in passing judgment upon anything new.”

Paul Allen (born January 21, 1953 in Seattle, Washington) American entrepreneur who co-founded Microsoft with Bill Gates.

Sir Henry Morton Stanley, GCB (11.1.9) January 28, 1841 – May 10, 1904, Welsh journalist and explorer famous for his exploration of Africa and his search for David Livingstone.

Umberto Nobile (11.1.4) January 21, 1885 – July 30, 1978, Italian aeronautical engineer and Arctic explorer.

Pietro Paolo Savorgnan di Brazzà (January 26, 1852 – September 14, 1905), Franco-Italian explorer.



Binary Programme 1 – Pahekarubhe 1: 11.1: “It does not matter where you go outside, what counts is where you go within. Once you are connected with us, you can go wherever you want. You are the bridge of connection between us and the outer, an ambassador. Through you our tradition is being expressed. You are not alone in the outer. You are connected with other beings you met in your life. These connections work subtly, yet most powerfully.”
In Quiumakai I see a starship about to leave. It forces me to take some action. It requires courage to board the starship. I am undecided because on one hand I am aware that the earthly companions I leave are part of me and it does not make sense to leave, yet on the other hand I am aware that there are other companions that wait for me and are ready to connect with the old ones. This indecision is related with the way of expressing loyalty towards the group and reminds me of the groups and communities which I left. True loyalty is about expanding the connection and is not to be misunderstood with what may appear as treason.  “Your Sun has to shine!” I take the potion.
I swim and reach an crystal island. There is a beautiful Sun shining upon me. Seagulls come and tell me they are part of my tribe. “We accompany you wherever you go. Our wings are your primary tool. Move on!”


YUKAL2 copyHandorian References:

HSS 11-1, State of Yukal, Nation of Lazigala

This nation is located in the central-west area of the State of Yukal. It is devoted to Zigala, the Keeper of the Northern Trinity, including the States of Kortex, Yukal and Muolliz. Lazigala hosts the Handorian Holy Feathers (Handorachada) located in the capital, Loka, at the Luniversala Loka, one of the most impressive temples of the United Order of the Sacred Cone. The term “Loka” is also featured in the expanded version of the song “Kahesha Opa”. Lazigala also hosts the Yukal Legion at Lord Legion.

Handorian Names: Lagan (devotion), Laila (night, Ar.), Lakshen (goal), Lalitya (loveliness, grace), Latina (subtle, refined), Lavanya (beauty, charm), Leela (play), Leena (absorbed, intimated united), Lolita (in the presence of existence), Yachana (longing for the ultimate), Yama (peaceful night), Yamuna (river), Yasha (splendour, glory), Yatra (journey), Yatren (pilgrimage), Yoga (union), Yogendra (master of meditation), Yojna (planning), Yuthika (jasmine), Lamya (having beautiful dark lips, Ar.), Latifa (subtle one, fem., Ar.), Lina (palm tree, tender, Ar.), Yusra (wealth, ease, Ar.)


Provisional Territorial Units:

D11-1: DENMARK, CAPITAL REGION: Copenaghen (11), Hillerød (7), Frederiksberg (8); Bornholm (9); Helsingør (10). ZEALAND: Roskilde (1); Storstrøm (2); Sorø (3); Lolland (4); Nykøbing Falster (5); Møn (6). FAROE ISLANDS: Tórshavn (12).
5-7½°Aquarius; Aquarius/Aries; Aquarius/Uranus; 5°Aquarius3’: Theta Aquarii, Ancha.
Skandie Pradesia: Kobenave Prasamaya. YUKAL, Lazigala.