In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Aquarius (11) and Moon in Sagittarius (9) constitute Binary 11.9, or Binary number 129.
11.9 (Sun in Aquarius and Moon in Sagittarius) integrates the Aquarius qualities with Sagittarius’s expansion, adventure, honesty and enthusiasm. These folks have a deep thirst for truth and desire to move beyond the limits of the Human Arbitrary Configuration. Intellectually agile, optimist and with a provocative sense of humor, they hold their ideas with great integrity, implementing them by often defying social conventions.
Sun in Aquarius and Moon in Sagittarius 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 offer significant opportunities as long as there is awareness and clarity of intention on both sides.
When the waning Moon is in Sagittarius at 60° from the Sun in Aquarius, the phase of Balsamic Moon, or Waning Crescent Moon, starts. It is a crucial receptive phase, a time of healing and rest, yet also of intense preparation and completion. Here you prepare for a new cycle, the next New Moon, and let go of the residues of the old. What is mainly needed in this phase is a work of release and forgiveness. It is easy at this stage to feel restless, excited or willing to change everything and start doing something totally new and unpredictable Yet, until you learn to release the grievances recycled from the past, you will never truly create anything new. The question here is: “What do I release? What do I take in the next cycle?”
Astroshamanic Seal: an arrow pointing downward, surrounded by an oval shape.
Astroshamanic Binary Guidance: “You did good”. Blessings will come. Trust that your choices are right and then when you let yourself be guided you are bound to reach the light. Reinforce your faith and be aware that you acted out of a sacred intent.
14 February: Saints Cyril, monk, and Methodius, bishop – Memorial
14 February: Saint Valentine
15 February: Saint Sigfrid, bishop – Optional Memorial (Sweden)
Gnostic calendar: Saint Valentinus
Emanuel Swedenborg (11.9.10) born January 29, 1688 – March 29, 1772, Swedish scientist, philosopher, Christian mystic, and theologian. He had a prolific career as an inventor and scientist, devoting himself to natural science and engineering projects for two decades. He undertook many studies of anatomy and physiology, having the first anticipation of the neuron concept, the cerebral cortex, the hierarchical organization of the nervous system, the localization of the cerebrospinal fluid, the functions of the pituitary gland, the perivascular spaces, the foramen of Magendie, the idea of somatotopic organization, and the association of frontal brain regions with the intellect. He also anticipated the building of a flying machine.
As from age 53 he had a ‘spiritual awakening’, receiving revelations aimed at reforming Christianity. According to his work The Heavenly Doctrine the Lord had opened Swedenborg’s spiritual eyes, so that from then on he could freely visit heaven and hell and talk with angels, demons and other spirits; and the Last Judgment had already occurred, in 1757, not in the physical world, but in the World of Spirits, which is located halfway between heaven and hell, and which everyone passes through on their way to heaven or hell. The Judgment took place because the Christian church had lost its charity and faith, resulting in a loss of spiritual free will that threatened the equilibrium between heaven and hell in everyone’s life. The Heavenly Doctrine also teaches that the Last Judgement was followed by the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, which occurred, not by Christ in person, but by a revelation from Him through the inner, spiritual sense of the Word.
For the remaining 28 years of his life, he wrote 18 published theological works, and several more which were unpublished. He termed himself a “Servant of the Lord Jesus Christ” in True Christian Religion.
Swedenborg experienced many different dreams and visions, some greatly pleasurable, others highly disturbing, which he recorded in his Journal of Dreams, and was described as a battle between the love of himself and the love of God.
In Earths in the Universe, it is stated that he conversed with spirits from Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Saturn, Venus, and the Moon, as well as spirits from planets beyond our solar system. From these ‘encounters’ he concluded that the planets of our solar system are inhabited, and that such an enormous undertaking as the universe could not have been created for just one race on a planet; nor one ‘Heaven’ derived from its properties per planet. Many Heavenly societies were also needed to increase the perfection of the angelic Heavens and Heaven, to fill in deficiencies and gaps in other societies. He argued: “What would this be to God, Who is infinite, and to whom a thousand or tens of thousands of planets, and all of them full of inhabitants, would be scarcely anything!”.
One of his ideas that is considered most crucial is his notion of correspondences: there is a relationship among the natural (“physical”), the spiritual, and the divine worlds. With the aid of this scenario, Swedenborg now interpreted the Bible in a different light, claiming that even the most apparently trivial sentences could hold a profound spiritual meaning. Swedenborg argued that it is the presence of that spiritual sense which makes the Word divine.
His best known book is Heaven and Hell (1758), where he gives a detailed description of the afterlife, how people live after the death of the physical body. According to S. there is a God and He is one. S. details a life after death that consists of real experiences in a world in many basic ways quite similar to the natural world.
According to Swedenborg, angels in heaven do not have an ethereal or ephemeral existence but enjoy an active life of service to others. They sleep and wake, love, breathe, eat, talk, read, work, play, and worship. They live a genuine life in a real spiritual body and world. We can only see angels here when our spiritual eyes are opened. An angel’s whole environment – clothes, houses, towns, plants, etc. – are what Swedenborg terms correspondences. In other words, their environment spiritually reflects, and thus “corresponds” to, the mental state of the angel and changes as the angel’s state changes. S. writes that angels have no power of their own. God’s power works through the Angel’s to restrain evil spirits, one angel being able to restrain a thousand such spirits all at once. Angels exercise God’s power chiefly in defending people against hell. S. is explicitly clear that Angel’s have no power whatsoever of their own, they neither take nor like to receive thanks or accept any credit. In the Christian world it is believed that in the beginning angels and devils were created in heaven, also that the devil or Satan was an angel of light, but having rebelled he was cast down with his crew, and thus hell was formed. S. states that, on the contrary, every angel or devil began life as an inhabitant of the human race. In other words, there are no angels or demons who were not people on Earth first. Children who die go directly to heaven, where they are raised by angel mothers.
Angels are men and women in every detail just as they were here on earth, only they are spiritual and thus more perfect.
The states of [true marriage love] are innocence, peace, tranquility, intimate friendship, full trust and a desire shared by the disposition and heart of each to do the other all the good they can. All these things give rise to blessedness, bliss, joy and pleasure, and by their everlasting heavenly happiness. S. says that this true married love was known in antiquity but largely lost since then, mainly due to loss in belief that this love is eternal and that there is life after death. Christian marriage love of one man and one woman is the highest of all loves, the source of the greatest bliss. “For in themselves Christian marriages are so holy that there is nothing more holy. They are the seminaries of the human race, and the human race is the seminary of the heavens.” In heavenly marriages neither partner tries to dominate the other since love of dominion of one partner eliminates the delight of that marriage. True Christian marriage love between one husband and several wives is impossible for its spiritual origin, which is the formation of one mind out of two, is thus destroyed.
There are several levels of reality spanning from Heaven and Hell. There is neither time nor space as we understand them in the other world. Both are replaced by a sense of state. The “World of Spirits” is not to be confused with “the spiritual world,” which is a general term referring to the whole extent of Heaven, Hell and the World of Spirits. The traditional Christian idea was of resurrection on Judgment Day at the end of history. S. says judgment takes place in the World of Spirits immediately after each individual’s death. After we die, we wake up in the intermediate region of the spiritual world, neither in Heaven nor Hell, but in a neutral “no man’s land” that S. terms the “World of Spirits.” Here we gradually lose the ability to pretend and the spiritual “real us” comes out. The resulting stripping of one’s self bare, even to one’s most secret thoughts and intentions, is the judgment. “There is nothing concealed that shall not be uncovered, and nothing secret that shall not be known …” Following this judgment the new spirit goes on to Heaven or Hell of his or her own free will. God does not force them. Spirits gather with those that are alike to themselves, whether in Heaven or Hell. Each Spirit is granted Angels and good Spirits, though evil spirits cannot endure their presence and so depart.
According to S., people are kept in spiritual freedom by means of the equilibrium between Heaven and Hell. So who sends people to Heaven or Hell? Nobody but themselves. There is no inquiry as to their faith or former church affiliations, or whether they were baptized, or even what kind of life they lived on Earth. They migrate toward a heavenly or hellish state because they are drawn to its way of life, and for no other reason. Anyone can enter heaven. However, as soon as an evil person inhales the air there they have excruciating torment so they quickly shun it and escape to a state/place in keeping with their true state.
“Man knows that love is, but not what it is.” (Divine Love and Wisdom #1)
“Homo qui scit omnia bona et omnia vera, quotcunque sciri possunt, et non fugit mala, nihil scit.”
“A person who knows all that is good and all that is true — as much as can be known — but does not resist evils, knows nothing.”
(Apocalypse Explained #1180)
“A life of kindness is the primary meaning of divine worship.”
(New Jerusalem and Its Heavenly Doctrine #124)
“All in heaven take joy in sharing their delights and blessings with others.”
(Heaven and Hell #399)
“Angels never attack, as infernal spirits do. Angels only ward off and defend.”
(Arcana Caelestia #1683
“Some people believe it is hard to lead the heaven-bound life that is called “spiritual” because they have heard that we need to renounce the world and give up the desires attributed to the body and the flesh and “live spiritually.” All they understand by this is spurning worldly interests, especially concerns for money and prestige, going around in constant devout meditation about God, salvation, and eternal life, devoting their lives to prayer, and reading the Word and religious literature. They think this is renouncing the world and living for the spirit and not for the flesh. However, the actual case is quite different, as I have learned from an abundance of experience and conversation with angels. In fact, people who renounce the world and live for the spirit in this fashion take on a mournful life for themselves, a life that is not open to heavenly joy, since our life does remain with us [after death]. No, if we would accept heaven’s life, we need by all means to live in the world and to participate in its duties and affairs. In this way, we accept a spiritual life by means of our moral and civic life; and there is no other way a spiritual life can be formed within us, no other way our spirits can be prepared for heaven. This is because living an inner life and not an outer life at the same time is like living in a house that has no foundation, that gradually either settles or develops gaping cracks or totters until it collapses.” (Heaven and Hell #528)
“True charity is the desire to be useful to others with no thought of recompense.” (Doctrine of Charity)
“The object of charity is a person, also a community, also one’s country, also the human race; and all are a neighbour in a narrow and in a wide sense. That a person is the neighbour is well known. A community is the neighbour because a community is a composite person; one’s country is the neighbour because it consists of many communities, and so is a more composite person; and the human race is the neighbour because it is composed of large communities, each one of which is a person in composite form, hence it is a person in the widest sense.” (Doctrine of Charity #70)
“Love consists in desiring to give what is our own to another and feeling his delight as our own.”
“The Divine of the Lord in heaven is love, for the reason that love is receptive of all things of heaven, such as peace, intelligence, wisdom and happiness.”
Melrose Bickerstaff (born February 6, 1983) American fashion model and fashion designer.
Max Klinger (11.9.8) February 18, 1857 – July 5, 1920, German Symbolist painter, sculptor and printmaker.
Franz Xaver Messerschmidt (February 6, 1736 – August 19, 1783) German-Austrian sculptor most famous for his “character heads”, a collection of busts with faces contorted in extreme facial expressions.
Takashi Murakami (11.9) Japanese artist, 1 February 1963.
Barnett Newman (11.9) American painter (29 January 1905-d. 1970), Broken Obelisk
Yoko Ono (11.9.7) Japanese-American artist and musician.
Robert Venosa (January 21, 1936 in New York – August 9, 2011) American artist who resided in Boulder, Colorado, USA. He studied with what are termed the New Masters. His artworks reside in collections around the world.
CINEMA & MEDIA
Tengiz Abuladze (January 31, 1924 in Kutaisi — March 6, 1994 in Tbilisi) Georgian film director, most famous for his film trilogy: The Plea (The Supplication) (1968), The Tree of Desire (1976), and Repentance (1984, released 1987), which won him the Lenin Prize (1988) and the first Nika Award for Best Picture.
Jennifer Aniston (11.9.7) American actress.
Darren Aronofsky (11.9.1) born February 12, 1969 in Brooklyn, New York, American film director, screenwriter, film producer and environmentalist. He has received acclaim for his often surreal, disturbing films and has been noted for frequent collaborations with cinematographer Matthew Libatique, film editor Andrew Weisblum and composer Clint Mansell. His themes include the search for perfection, the search for happiness, longing for love, intoxication with publicity, the pain of alienation, and the burden of responsibility. Pi, Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain, The Wrestler, Noah, Mother.
John Belushi (11.1.10) January 25, 1949 – March 5, 1982, Emmy Award-winning American actor, comedian and musician, notable for his work on Saturday Night Live, National Lampoon’s Animal House and The Blues Brothers.
Marisa Berenson (11.9.4) born February 15, 1947, American actress and model.
Fabián Bielinsky (3 February 1959 – 29 June 2006) Argentine film director born in Buenos Aires.
Brice Cauvin (11.9.5) born February 14, 1966 in Lille, French director, actor and screenwriter.
Alan Cumming (11.9.11) born 27 January 1965, Scottish actor.
Jacques Dufilho (11.9.9) February 19, 1914 – August 28, 2005, French actor.
John Ford (11.9) American director and producer (1 February 1894-1973).
Yousef Erakat, better known by his stage name FouseyTube, Palestinian-American YouTube personality, vlogger, comedian, prankster, actor, rapper, and motivational speaker who produces parodies, vlogs, comedy sketches and pranks on YouTube.
Charlie Heaton (born 6 February 1994 in Bridlington) English actor and musician, known for playing Jonathan Byers in the Netflix supernatural drama series Stranger Things.
Margaux Hemingway (11.9.1) February 16, 1954 – July 1, 1996) film actress and model who appeared in several movies.
David Jason (11.9.9) English actor and comedian.
George Kennedy (February 18, 1925 – February 28, 2016) American actor and writer.
Terry Kinney (born January 29, 1954) American actor and theatre director, and is a founding member of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company with Gary Sinise and Jeff Perry.
Ramón Novarro (11.9.12) February 6, 1899 – October 30, 1968, Mexican actor, director, screenwriter, producer and composer, who achieved fame as a “Latin lover” in silent films.
Ferzan Özpetek (b. February 3, 1959, Turkey) Turkish-Italian film director and screenwriter, residing in Italy. Il bagno turco (Hamam), Harem Suarè, Le fate ignoranti (comedy about friendship and homosexuality, one of the most important movies of 2001), La finestra di fronte, Cuore sacro, Saturno Contro, Un giorno Perfetto, Mine Vaganti (Loose Canons),
Oprah Winfrey (11.9.9), American multiple-Emmy Award winning host of The Oprah Winfrey Show, the highest rated talk show in television history.
Totò (11.9.11) Italian actor.
Edward Abbey (January 29, 1927 – March 14, 1989) American author and essayist noted for his advocacy of environmental issues and criticism of public land policies. His best-known works include the novel The Monkey Wrench Gang and the non-fiction work Desert Solitaire.
Brendan Behan (11.9.2) Irish Republican, poet, short story writer, novelist, and playwright.
Richard Gary Brautigan (January 30, 1935 – ca. September 16, 1984) American novelist, poet, and short story writer.
Robert Burns (11.9.10) 25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796, Scotland’s favourite son, the Ploughman Poet, the Bard of Ayrshire and in Scotland as simply The Bard, poet and a lyricist.
Lewis Carroll (11.9.9) January 27, 1832 – January 14, 1898, English author, mathematician, logician, Anglican clergyman and photographer. His most famous writings are Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass.
“One of the deep secrets of life is that all that is really worth the doing is what we do for others.”
“But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked.
“Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.”
“How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice.
“You must be,” said the Cat, “or you wouldn’t have come here.”
Marc Cholodenko, born February 11, 1950 in Paris, French novelist, poet, screenwriter and playwright.
John Cooper Clarke (11.9) English punk-poet 25 January 1949, born in Salford, Lancashire.
Charles Dickens (11.9.6) English writer.
Thomas Disch (11.9) American science fiction author and poet (2 February 1940-d. 2008), The Genocides, Camp Concentration, 334 and On Wings of Song.
Harry Sinclair Lewis (11.9.5) February 7, 1885 – January 10, 1951, American novelist, short-story writer, and playwright.
Kenzaburō Ōe, born January 31, 1935, major figure in contemporary Japanese literature.
Friedrich Schelling (11.9.8) German philosopher.
John Adams (11.9) born February 15, 1947, Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer with strong roots in minimalism. His best-known works include On the Transmigration of Souls (2002).
Tatyana Ali (11.9, Neptune cjn Moon) born January 24, 1979, American actress and R&B singer, actress.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (11.9.6, Pluto cjn Moon, Saturn cjn Sun) January 27, 1756 – December 5, 1791, composer.
Alban Maria Johannes Berg (February 9, 1885 – December 24, 1935) Austrian composer.
Cesare Basile (Catania, 7 febbraio 1964) cantautore italiano.
Angelo Branduardi (11.9.2) born February 12, 1950, Italian pop singer and composer.
Tim Buckley (11.9.6, Uranus cjn MC) February 14, 1947 – June 29, 1975, experimental vocalist and performer.
Jean Louis Constantin, born February 9, 1923 in Paris, died January 30, 1997, French songwriter and singer
Alice Cooper (11.9.7, Neptune cjn Asc) born February 4, 1948, rock singer, songwriter and musician.
Raoul Duguay, born February 13, 1939 in Val-d’Or in Abitibi, Quebec, Canadian singer, poet and actor.
Jan Dussek, February 12, 1760 in Čáslav – March 20, 1812 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Czech composer and pianist.
Luc Ferrari (11.9.3) February 5, 1929 – August 22, 2005, French composer.
Lupe Fiasco (Wasalu Muhammad Jaco) (11.9, Uranus cjn Moon) born February 17, 1982) Grammy-winning American hip-hop artist.
Tomas Forsberg, better known as “Quorthon” (February 17, 1963, Hägersten, Stockholm – June 7, 2004, Hässelby, Stockholm), multi-instrumentalist and the founder and songwriter of the pioneering Swedish black metal band Bathory.
Filippa Giordano (11.9) Italian singer, 14 February 1974.
Kim Jaejoong (11.9, Saturn cjn Moon) born on February 4, 1986, Korean singer-songwriter, actor, and director.
Etta James (10.9.7) born January 25, 1938 – January 20, 2012, American singer whose style spanned a variety of music genres including blues, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, soul, gospel and jazz.
Carole King (11.9.7, Pluto cjn MC) born February 9, 1942, American singer, songwriter, and pianist.
Ray Manzarek (11.9.9) b. February 12, 1939, Chicago, Illinois, American musician, singer, producer, movie director, writer, co-founder and keyboardist of The Doors.
Tomi Petteri Putaansuu (11.9) born 15 February 1974, Rovaniemi, Finland, better known by his stage name Mr. Lordi, is the lead vocalist in the Finnish hard rock band Lordi.
Mike Posner (11.9) born February 12, 1988, American singer, songwriter, and producer.
Steve Roach (born February 16, 1955) American composer and performer of ambient electronic music, whose recordings are also classified in the genres of space, drone, and new-age.
Giuliano Sangiorgi (born 24 January 1979 in Nardò, Lecce, Italy, one of the leading and most eclectic young Italian artist, who has gained increasing fame both as singer, songwriter, composer and together with his rock band Negramaro.
Antonio Scandello (January 17, 1517 – January 18, 1580) Italian composer, born in Bergamo.
Mike Shinoda (11.9.7) born February 11, 1977, American musician, record producer, and artist.
Justin Timberlake (11.9.5) born January 31, 1981, American singer, actor, and businessman.
Matthijs Vermeulen (11.9.8) 8 February 1888 – 26 July 1967 ) Dutch composer and music journalist.
Norbert Schultze, (11.9) German composer and songwriter (26 January 1911-d. 2002), he wrote the melody to “Lili Marleen” from the poem “Die kleine Hafenorgel” by Hans Leip.
Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais (11.9.9, Uranus cjn Asc) January 24, 1732 – May 17-18, 1799, watch-maker, inventor, musician, politician, invalid, fugitive, spy, publisher, arms-dealer, and revolutionary.
Francis II of France (11.9.5) January 19, 1544 – December 5, 1560, King-consort of Scotland (1558–1560), King of France (1559 – 1560), the son of Henry II, King of France and Catherine de’ Medici.
Marie-Caroline Le Pen (11.9.6) born January 23, 1960 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, French politician.
Canon Félix Kir (January 22, 1876 – April 26, 1968) French Catholic priest, resistance fighter and politician.
Olof Palme (11.9.9) 30 January 1927 – 28 February 1986, Swedish politician.
Neal Cassady (11.9.8, Saturn cjn Asc) February 8, 1926 – February 4, 1968, an icon of the Beat Generation of the 1950s and the psychedelic movement of the 1960s, perhaps best known for being characterized as Dean Moriarty in Jack Kerouac’s classic On the Road.
Louis De Wohl (11.9.4, Uranus cjn Moon, Saturn cjn Sun) 24 January 1903 – 2 June 1961, German-Catholic author and astrologer who specialized in historical fiction novels of notable Roman Catholic Saints and different periods of the Bible, after an audience with the Pope where he was told to “write about the history and mission of the Church in the World.”
A friend who is far away is sometimes much nearer than one who is at hand. Is not the mountain far more awe-inspiring and more clearly visible to one passing through the valley than to those who inhabit the mountain?
Mooji (11.9) born Anthony Paul Moo-Young on 29 January 1954, spiritual teacher originally from Jamaica, a disciple of Papaji, a devotee of the advaita and non-dual master Ramana Maharshi. Mooji shares self-inquiry, directing his students to the non-dual Self by encouraging them to question who or what they are at the deepest level. One well known exercise is to identify the natural feeling ‘I am’ or ‘I exist’ and staying with this for 5 to 7 minutes at a time. Another is to come to the recognition that everything (thoughts, emotions, sensations) can be perceived, and then inquiring, “Can the perceiver itself be perceived?
Emanuel Swedenborg (11.9.10) born January 29, 1688 – March 29, 1772, Swedish scientist, philosopher, Christian mystic, and theologian (see above).
Other Celebrities with 11.9:
Thomas Edison (11.9.8) American inventor and businessman
Charles A. Lindbergh (11.9.8) American pilot.
HSS 11-9, State of Yukal, Nation of Letridari
Handorian Names: Yuti (unity), Yatri (traveller), Yamini (peaceful night), Yaari (friendliness); Lani (sky, heaven), Leilani (heavenly flowers); Lempi (love), Lucani.
Ilibisi Names: Lavi (lion), Levi (attached), Yehudi, Yoav; Lestari (eternal); Ylli; Yoni; Yori, Yuki.
Provisional Territorial Units:
REGION D11-9: NORWAY
Pahai Letrirad – Nation of Letridari – Iradirtel fo Noitan
Binary 130 – Uriah Nivaya
25-27½° Aquarius; Libra/Venus.
Skandie Pradesia:Osle Samaya. YUKAL, Letridari
D11-9: NORWAY, Østlandet, Akershus: Oslo (5), Follo (4), Romerike (6); Østfold: Sarpsborg (1), Fredrikstad (2), Askim, Eidsberg, Hobøl, Spydeberg, Trøgstad (3); Hedmark: Hamar (7); Vestfold: Tønsberg, Nøtterøy, Stokke (8), Andebu, Lardal, Larvik, Sandejford, Tjøme (9), Hof, Holmestrand, Horten, Re, Sande, Svelvik (10); Buskerud: Drammen, Hurum, Kongsberg (11), Ål, Flå, Gol, Hemsedal, Hol, Nore og Uvdal, Rollag (12).
25-27½°Aquarius; Aquarius/Sagittarius; Libra/Venus.
Skandie Pradesia: Osle Samaya..YUKAL, Letridari.
11-9-1 NORWAY, Østfold: Sarpsborg
11-9-2 NORWAY, Østfold: Fredrikstad
11-9-3 NORWAY, Østfold: Askim; Eidsberg; Hobøl; Spydeberg; Trøgstad
11-9-4 NORWAY, Akershus, Follo
11-9-5 NORWAY, City of Oslo: The Oslo Astrological Clock is at Karl Johans gate 3 in Oslo. It was donated by Christian Ringnes and features artwork designed by the couple of artists Elena Engelsen and Per Ung. The clock is 346 centimetres in diameter; with the clock face at 180 centimetres. Astrological signs are cast in bronze and are painted. The rings are made of copper and are also painted. The tiles in the dial are coated with 22-carat gold leaf and the total weight of the clock is approx. 1,000 kilograms (2,200 lb). The unveiling of the clock took place on October 20, 2010 at a ceremony hosted by Mayor Fabian Stang at Karl Johansgate 3 in central Oslo. He has been quoted as saying, “We are incredibly proud that Oslo now has an astrological clock, especially as it was designed by Elena Engelsen and Per Ung, two of Norway’s most renowned artists. The clock is clearly visible and will set a solid mark on the cityscape.” As a representation of the 12 Zodiac signs, 12 of the foremost astrologers in Norway were among the invited guests at the ceremony.
11-9-6 NORWAY, Akershus, Romerike
11-9-7 NORWAY, Hedmark
11-9-8 NORWAY, Vestfold, Tønsberg; Nøtterøy; Stokke
11-9-9 NORWAY, Vestfold, Andebu; Lardal; Larvik; Sandejford; Tjøme
11-9-10 NORWAY, Vestfold, Hof; Holmestrand; Horten; Re; Sande; Svelvik;
11-9-11 NORWAY, Buskerud, Drammen; Hurum; Kongsberg
11-9-12 NORWAY, Buskerud, Ål; Flå; Gol; Hemsedal; Hol; Nore og Uvdal; Rollag;
Binary Programme 1 – Pahekarubhe 1: 11.9 –
The horrible situation you found yourself in yesterday has nothing to do with what you did. It is merely an atmospheric event. You are a channel and this is what you need to bear in mind.
In the wood of Quiumakai there is a sort of lighthouse which opens and closes at regular intervals like a cone. There I find the potion.
A sort of ostrich comes. It carries me to a distant and isolated asteroid. We walk along its small land until we reach a house. We move on to the top floor in the office. There is a desk with a sheet and a feather pen. On the sheet I read “You did good”.
It was good to release that material as you were suggested to do. Now blessings will come. Trust that your choices are right and then when you let yourself be guided blessings come. You opened a gap”
Ur Kraab says: “It is a useful message for it reinforces your faith and reminds you that you acted out of a sacred intent”.
10 febbraio 1999: Nel bosco in Quiumakai c’è una sorta di faro che a intermittenza si apre e chiude come un cono. La pozione è in quel punto. Arriva una sorta di struzzo che mi porta su un asteroide lontano e isolato. Camminiamo lungo la sua piccola terra fino a giungere ad una casa. Saliamo al piano di sopra nello studio. C’è una scrivania con foglio e piuma per scrivere. Sul foglio c’è scritto <hai fatto bene>. “Hai fatto bene a buttare quel materiale come ti è stato indicato. Ora le benedizioni arriveranno. Confida che le tue scelte sono giuste e che quando ti lasci guidare le benedizioni arrivano. Hai aperto un varco”. Ur Kraab mi dice di prendere messaggi per ricevere supporto. “E’ un messaggio utile perché rinforza la tua fede e ti ricorda che hai agito spinto da una motivazione sacra e nell’interesse di tutti”. La piuma con pennino tipo freccia la suo per scrivere Kahesha Opa. Unisco questa parola alle parole più sacre di tutte le tradizioni. Sono disponibile ad unirmi a tutte le tradizioni di luce. Il sigillo è la piuma a forma di freccia. la Guida mi invita a collegarmi ad altre tradizioni.