In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun and Moon in Aries (1) constitute Binary 1.1, or Binary number 1, the First Binary.
1.1 (Sun in Aries and Moon in Aries) is the Aries New Moon and primeval binary. These folks are most fiery independent beings, bursting with energy, honest, incisive, and constantly ready for action or face whatever in order to promptly get things done. They are pioneers par excellence, exceptional heroes, the task force of the network, venturing into uncharted territories, paving novel paths, assaulting and defending.
Sun and Moon in Aries are a conjunction binary, which occurs on a New Moon in Aries. The New Moon traditionally involves a confrontation with release and death of the old cycle, as well as the shape-shifting into another cycle. With the New Moon in Aries the shift is strategically the most radical which can be conceived at the human level.
In the Astroshamanic Binary System this New Moon is identified as 1.1, which is the first of the 144 combinations between Sun and Moon.
Sun and Moon in Aries (1.1) are pure concentrated Aries energy. Aries is Sector 1. As such, it cannot conceive 2, 3, 4, etc. As a matter of fact, the whole idea of numbers is all beyond its single-mindedness awareness of 1, merely 1.
The 1.1 binary is the first pioneering stage into separation. Yet, it merely breeds the fantasy of separation, for in practical terms it is still unity. It does not really have any concrete experience of what separation is about and the moment when it does have an experience, well, it is not 1 anymore. It is 2, 3, 4, etc.
Yet, this has not happened yet and for the time being, it is still 1, and does not have a clue of what 2, 3, 4 are about, though it knows what was happening before. Thus, if 1 took just one step back, it would find itself in 0 (zero). 0 depicts the circle, the cosmic egg giving birth to 1. 0 is not truly a number. It is a gestation chamber. 1 is the primordial offspring of 0. It is not a son or a daughter, for these tortuous notions of gender do not make any sense for 1. These are issues concerning 2, 3, 4, etc. The moment when 1 has a gender is not 1 anymore. It is 2, 3, 4, etc. Yet again, this is not the case now, for there is only 1.
This New Moon has the capacity to galvanize most primordial memories slumbering in our dormant unconscious. Well, this is indeed the case for all New Moons, yet from a 1.1 perspective this is the only possible New Moon.
1.1 unveils the salubrious recollection of our unexpurgated ego. The essence of this genuine ego abides here. It is self-centred simply because there is nobody else out there. There is complete selfishness for the idea of unselfishness does not exist. This is why there is so much misunderstanding about 1.1. According to one’s perception it can appear as either the quintessential of separation or of unity. The choice is yours.
I align with the veritable nature of 1.1 once I allow the honest expression of my genuine ego. This involves releasing all those tedious and lacklustre fantasies about getting rid of the ego. It implies taking a deep breath and delivering the most egocentric statement I can conceive, such as: “There is only me! And I care only about me!”
1.1’s stuff is the cornerstone for healing. The first step of any healing enterprise, as I see it, involves clearly identifying energy patterns. As a result of separation energies are muddled up and fragmented. The adulterated ego and the related consensus belief system based on separation, do their best to feed this jumble.
The best promotional activity consists in creating endless and looping conflicts between the ego and the non-ego, ordinary and non-ordinary, the selfish and the non-selfish, the spiritual and the non-spiritual, and so on. This is a typical Machiavellian  technique. As long as energies are mixed, confused and exclusively concerned about their conflicts, separation can prosper in the background. When energies are identified and clearly separated the structure of the ego exposes its basic mechanics.
In a nutshell, the first step into healing (meant as retrieval of unity), far from moving into unity itself, involves going totally into the root of separation. Authentic unity is such only if I can find it in separation, otherwise it is just a bogus unity hired to feed the conflict with separation, which is indeed part of a pantomime organized by separation itself.
The upcoming New Moon is a major opportunity for processing and composting massive amounts of reticent and pent-up feelings. This is the esoteric inception of spring, the moment when both polarities are about to join in Aries, i.e. Sector 1.
The time that precedes this New Moon is the ultimate period of gestation, the Zero-point leading into the final conception of 1. It is a major moment of release, involving the whole cycle of the year. If you notice some a proliferation of grievances during this time, please be aware that it is part of the trade.
You have the great opportunity of facing unfinished businesses and finally preventing them from being recycled again. Much of this material refers to unmentionable and horrible scripts. The key of this release work resides in being open to “let go of all the conventional social and unselfish garbage, binning all the characters based on unity, solidarity, spirituality, relationship, co-operation, etc, and being just me, only me”. Whatever this may mean, you will find it out by yourself.
For example, I could take 15 minutes to let go of all the conventional social and unselfish garbage, hence binning all those haunting characters based on unity, solidarity, spirituality, relationship, co-operation, etc, and purely embracing the ego. As I dive into this most straightforward and selfish 1.1 ego, I will access the area where all the Mayhem started.
Celebrities with 1.1:
Carlo Bocchio, also known as JackOilRain (born March 25, 1974 in Tarquinia) Italian illustrator and comic book artist (Heavy Metal).
Raoul Guérin, born on April 18, 1890 in Paris, died in 1984, French artist and caricaturist.
Gustave Moreau (1.1.3, Pluto cjn Moon) April 6, 1826 – April 18, 1898) French Symbolist painter.
Raphael Sanzio or Raffaello (1.1.8, Neptune cjn Asc) April 6, 1483 – April 6 – or 5 -, 1520) Italian master painter and architect of the Florentine school in High Renaissance, celebrated for the perfection and grace of his paintings.
Gino Severini (1.1.2, Neptune cjn Asc) April 7, 1883 – February 26, 1966, Italian painter and a leading member of the Futurist movement.
Gustav Vigeland (Neptune cjn Moon/Sun) April 11, 1869 – March 12, 1943, Norwegian sculptor.
CINEMA & MEDIA
Josiane Balasko (1.1.7) born April 15, 1950, French actress, writer and director.
Marlon Brando (1.1.9) April 3, 1924 – July 1, 2004, two-time Academy Award-winning iconic actor whose body of work spanned over half a century.
Tinto Brass (born 26 March 1933) Italian filmmaker, noted especially for his work in the erotic genre.
Robert Carlyle, OBE (1.1.12) born 14 April 1961, Scottish film and television actor. He is known for a variety of roles including those in Trainspotting, Hamish Macbeth, The Full Monty, The World Is Not Enough, Angela’s Ashes, The 51st State, and 28 Weeks Later.
Charles Dobzynski (Uranus cjn Moon) born April 8, 1929 in Warsaw, Poland, French writer and poet.
Jango Edwards (born Stanley Ted Edwards, April 15, 1950, Detroit, Michigan) American clown and entertainer.
Sir Arthur John Gielgud, OM, CH (14 April 1904 – 21 May 2000), known as Sir John Gielgud, English theatre and film actor particularly known for his warm expressive voice.
Luca Barbarossa (1.1.6) born 15 April 1961, Rome, Italian singer-songwriter.
Bernard-Marie Koltès (born 9 April 1948 in Metz, died 1989 in Paris) French playwright and director.
Michael Lehmann (born March 30, 1957; San Francisco, California) American film and television director.
Alice MacGraw (1.1.2, Uranus cjn Asc, Saturn cjn Sun) born April 1, 1938 in Pound Ridge, Westchester County, New York, Academy Award-nominated, Golden Globe-winning American model and actress.
Gary Oldman (1.1.4) born London, March 21, 1958, Emmy Award-nominated, BAFTA Award-winning English film actor, writer and director, revered for his versatility, mastery of accents and ability to fully immerse himself in the characters he portrays.
Paul Reiser (March 30, 1957) American stand-up comedian, actor, author and writer.
Éric Rohmer (1.1.10) March 21, 1920 in Tulle – 11 January 2010 in Paris, French film director, film critic, journalist, novelist, screenwriter, and teacher. A key figure in the post-war New Wave cinema, he was a former editor of influential French film journal Cahiers du cinéma.
Marc Simenon (1.1.11, Saturn cjn Sun) born April 19 1939 in Uccle, died October 24, 1999 in Paris, Belgian director and screenwriter.
Zoe Sugg (1.1.1, Uranus cjn MC) born 28 March 1990 in Chippenham, English fashion and beauty vlogger, author, and internet personality, best known by her fans on YouTube as Zoella.
László Szabó (born 24 March 1936) Hungarian actor, film director and screenwriter.
Simona Ventura (1.1.8, Neptune cjn Asc, Uranus cjn MC) born April 1, 1965 in Bentivoglio, Italian beauty queen and later journalist.
Max von Sydow (born April 10, 1929) Academy Award-nominated Swedish actor, known in particular for his collaboration with filmmaker Ingmar Bergman.
Gavin Arthur (1.1.3, Pluto/Neptune cjn Asc) born March 21, 1901 in Colorado Springs, died April 20, 1972, American author, gay activist and astrologer
Léon Deubel (1.1.8, Saturn cjn Sun/Moon, Uranus cjn MC) born on March 22, 1879 in Belfort, died on June 12, 1913, French poet.
Alfred Victor de Vigny (1.1.8, Uranus cjn MC, Neptune cjn Asc) March 27, 1797 – September 17, 1863, French poet, playwright, and novelist.
Anatole France (1.1.3, Uranus cjn Moon, Pluto cjn Sun, Saturn cjn MC) 16 April 1844 – 12 October 1924) French author, born in Paris, and died in Tours, Indre-et-Loire.
James Hillman (1.1.3) April 12, 1926 – October 27, 2011, American psychologist. He studied at, and then guided studies for, the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich and founded a movement toward archetypal psychology.
Bohumil Hrabal 28 March 1914, Czech writer, Closely Watched Trains.
Edmond Jabès (Cairo, April 1-, 1912 – Paris, January 2, 1991) Jewish writer and poet, and one of the best known literary figures to write in French after World War II.
Alda Merini (1.1) Italian writer and poet (Milan, March 21, 1931 – November 1, 2009)
Théodore Monod (1.1.12, Uranus cjn MC) Rouen, April 9, 1902 – Versailles, November 22, 2000, French naturalist, explorer, and humanist scholar.
Edmonde Charles-Roux (1.1.8) born April 17, 1920 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, died 20 January 2016 in Marseille, French writer.
Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt (1.1.10, Neptune cjn MC, Saturn cjn Asc) born March 28, 1960 in Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon, popular contemporary French writer, his plays are translated and staged in more than 30 countries all over the world.
Algernon Charles Swinburne (1.1.12, Pluto cjn Sun/Moon) April 5, 1837 – April 10, 1909, Victorian era English poet. His poetry was highly controversial in its day, much of it containing recurring themes of sadomasochism, death-wish, lesbianism and irreligion.
Leonardo Zega (1.1.8) born on April 19, 1928 in Sant’Angelo in Pontano, died on January 5, 2010 in Milan, Italian editor, presbyter, journalist, and writer.
Émile Zola (1.1.9, Pluto cjn Moon/Sun) French novelist and critic (Paris, April 2, 1840 – 29 September 1902) the most important example of the literary school of naturalism, and a major figure in the political liberalization of France.
Luca Barbarossa (1.1.6, Pluto cjn Asc) born April 15, 1961 in Rome, Italian singer.
Michael Brecker (March 29, 1949 – January 13, 2007) American jazz saxophonist and composer.
Franco Corelli (1.1.11) 8 April 1921 – 29 October 2003, Italian tenor active in opera from the 1950s to 1976. He was noted for his charismatic stage presence and physical attractiveness as well as his powerful voice.
Celine Dion (1.1.5, Saturn cjn MC, Sun) Canadian pop singer, songwriter, actress, and entrepreneur, born in Charlemagne, Quebec, March 30, 1968.
Eliza Doolittle (born 15 April 1988) English singer-songwriter.
Federica Felini, born April 13, 1983 in Zelo Buon Persico, Italian model and singer.
Dana Gillespie (30 March 1949 in London) English actress and singer.
Rolf Harris CBE, AM (1.1.11, Uranus cjn Sun) born 30 March 1930, Australian/British musician, singer, composer, painter, and television host and personality.
Kent Cokenstock, best known as Kent, born March 31, 1957 in Lyon, French singer and composer, founder of rock and punk group Starshooter.
Kimbra Lee Johnson (born 27 March 1990), known mononymously as Kimbra, New Zealand singer-songwriter and guitarist.
Lucy Lawless (1.1.1) born March 29, 1968 in Auckland, New Zealand actress and singer best known for her role as Xena on the television series Xena: Warrior Princess from 1995 to 2001.
Lene Lovich (born March 30, 1949) American singer who first gained attention as part of the New Wave music scene of the 1970s and 1980s
Luminor, German musician, a former member of group Cinema Bizarre (keyboard and second vocals), born March 22, 1985 in Neunkirchen.
Duncan James (born 7 April 1978) English singer, of the popular UK boy band Blue.
Fiorella Mannoia (born 4 April 1954) Italian singer.
Mistinguett (1.1.8) April 5, 1875 – January 5, 1956 from Enghien-les-Bains, Val-d’Oise, Île-de-France, France, French actress and singer, with the birth name of Jeanne Bourgeois.
Jean Sablon (1.1.11) Nogent-sur-Marne March 25, 1906 – February 24, 1994 at Cannes-La-Bocca, popular French singer.
Roselyn Sanchez (born April 2, 1973) Latin Grammy Award-nominated singer, model, film and television actress.
Alessandro Stradella (Nepi, 3 April 1639 – Genoa, 25 February 1682) Italian composer of the middle baroque.
Roch Voisine, O.C. (1.1.12) born 26 March 1963 in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Acadian-Québécois singer-songwriter, actor, and radio and TV host.
Mark Volman (1.1.12) born April 19, 1947 in Los Angeles, California, American rock and roll singer, best known as a founding member of the 1960s band The Turtles. At times during his career he has used the pseudonym “The Phlorescent Leech” (“Flo” for short).
Butch Cassidy (13 April 1866 – circa 7 November 1908) notorious American train robber, bank robber and leader of the Hole in the Wall Gang.
Ivan Gašparovič (born March 27, 1941) Slovak politician and law professor who has been the President of Slovakia since June 15, 2004.
Henry II, King of France (1.1.2, Uranus cjn Asc, Pluto/Saturn cjn MC) (March 31, 1519 – July 10, 1559), member of the House of Valois, and the son and successor of Francis I, ruling from March 31, 1547, until his death.
György Lukács (April 13, 1885 – June 4, 1971) Hungarian Marxist philosopher and literary critic, founder of the tradition of Western Marxism.
David Steel, Baron Steel of Aikwood, KT, KBE, PC (1.1.5, Saturn cjn MC/Sun/Moon, Pluto cjn Asc) born 31 March 1938, British and Scottish politician and a Liberal Democrat member of the UK House of Lords.
Dolores Cannon (1.1.6, Neptune cjn Asc, Uranus cjn Sun) regressionist and psychic researcher who specializes in the recovery and cataloging of “lost” knowledge. She has become, perhaps, the world’s most unlikely expert on the prophecies of Nostradamus. A retired Navy wife from Arkansas, she was nearly 50 years old when she began experimenting with hypnosis and past-life regression.
Pope Clement XII (1.1.1, Uranus/Neptune cjn MC) April 7, 1652 – February 6, 1740, born Lorenzo Corsini, Pope from July 12, 1730 to 6 February 1740.
Reshad Feild (1.1.2, Uranus cjn Sun) born 13 April 1934, English mystic, author, spiritual teacher, and musician. He is the author of more than a dozen books about Sufism and spirituality and has exercised a huge influence amongst western seekers over the last forty years.
Samuel Hahnemann (1.1.9, Pluto cjn Asc) 10 April 1755 – 2nd July 1843, German physician who founded homoeopathic medicine.
Abraham Maslow, 1 April 1908, (1.1) († 1970) “Let people realize clearly that every time they threaten someone or humiliate or unnecessarily hurt or dominate or reject another human being, they become forces for the creation of psychopathology, even if these be small forces. Let them recognize that every person who is kind, helpful, decent, psychologically democratic, affectionate, and warm, is a psychotheraputic force, even though a small one.”
“Self-actualized people…live more in the real world of nature than in the man-made mass of concepts, abstractions, expectations, beliefs and stereotypes that most people confuse with the world.”
“It seems that the necessary thing to do is not to fear mistakes, to plunge in, to do the best that one can, hoping to learn enough from blunders to correct them eventually.”
“The sacred is in the ordinary…it is to be found in one’s daily life, in one’s neighbors, friends, and family, in one’s own backyard…travel may be a flight from confronting the scared–this lesson can be easily lost. To be looking elsewhere for miracles is to me a sure sign of ignorance that everything is miraculous.”
Tsultrim Gyatso (1.1) Sun Aries, Moon Aries, 10th Dalai Lama (Chamdo, East Tibet, March 29, 1816–1837)
Akiria, officially Akiria Pradhina, is situated in the lower Northern area of the State of Kirway, bordered on the north by Almanac and Arméil; on the south by Nelfras, Akir Wayak and Alkir.
Akiria incorporates the pristine intent of the State of Kirway and the first audacious enterprises of Akir, the State’s leader and Alparuttama Alpradhikara. Following the administrative reforms occurred at the end of Age 3. Akiria is the largest nation of the State of Akirwa.
This is an extremely undomesticated and deserted area, with minute villages and nomad caravans, honouring the pioneering and warrior spirit of the Kirway people. Another feature of the territory is the presence of strong and often bitter winds. Akiria hosts the First Command of the Handorian Inteforces System (HIS), the primary division of the Akirwa Rahn Alpunya (ARA) and the headquarters of the Akira Alkunya Akir (Akir Prime Guard).
The capital is itinerant, as well as most of the Akirian settlements mainly consisting in nomadic tribes. Akiria is divided into 12 trinities, mainly called Nomadies, and 144 squares, known as Nalcs
|1.1.1||Nomady of An||Akiriane Horn||4,600,000|
|1.1.2||Adjoined Nation of Alkaidanya||Alkaidayn||18,500,000|
|1.1.3||Nomady of Alma||Aln||6,000,000|
|1.1.4||Nomady of Aken||Aken||9,600,000|
|1.1.5||Nomady of Aiwarn||Aiwar||9,100,000|
|1.1.6||Nomady of Anappia||Auburn||7,600,000|
|1.1.7||Nomady of Algernon||Algernon||4,900,000|
|1.1.9||Nomady of Albanelson||Nelson||6,700,000|
|1.1.10||Nomady of Apianaltura||Assumption||3,800,000|
- Nomady of An (1.1.1): it hosts the Handorian Interforces System 1st Command, the headquarters of the Akira Alkunya Akir (Akir Prime Guard) and the Seal of Akir with its Grandtemple. It consists of the capital Akiriane Horn and the squares of Amphora, Athena, Alodin, Alotsia, Arjun, Alwota, Adrakapunyan, Nomination An, Seal of Akiria, AAA, HIS Army 1st Command. The main squads are: Horns & Seals, Nominees, Amphora.
- Adjoined Nation of Alkaidanya (1.1.2): it was previously a nation then changed into a trinity following the administrative reformation at the end of Age 3, yet keeping the official status of nation. Unlike other trinities in Akir, Alkaidanya has only two nomadic clans and all its other centres are residential. It consists of the capital, Alkaidayn, with its own capital district and the main centre in Akiria, and the 12 squares of Alkapenan Ahen, Accordion Ahen, Agrarian Atman, Alfianon Amora, Alrishan Atman, Altiberan Ahen, Almentana Ahen, Adoration Ahen, Alkaidaynan Sea, Arcadian Atman, Alrutondan Mon, Abutilon Atman. Alkaidayn, Adoration, Alfans.
- Nomady of Alma (1.1.3): it is a relevant nomady of transit for the A1. The capital is the nomadic settlement of Alm. All its squares and centres have a nomadic nature. Aja is the mane squad.
- Nomady of Aken (1.1.4): it contains a large variety of landscapes, including florid plains, the Archon and Alfa Deserts, and the Area of Awen. The capital is Aken, which is the second largest residential city in Akiria and the headquarter of the most popular and ancient squad in Akirwa. Other relevant squad is Aika. All its squares, with the exception of Aken and Acer, have a nomadic nature.
- Nomady of Aiwarn (1.1.5): located in the central area of Akiria, this Nomady includes the Aiwarian Empty Area and both nomadic and residential centres. The capital is Aiwar, which is generally the default setting of the national capital of Akiria. The main squads are Aiwareh, Amura, Archa and the Akirian Pennons.
- Nomady of Anappia (1.1.6): situated in the south-west area of Akiria, Anappia features various maritime centres, the Alatinan Duneland and the Handorian Interforce System Acquisition Area 1. The main squads are Armada, Auburn, Ajasta, Akalka, Nappas, Normans. Its hero is Akampa. Abhika (the fearless), who operates as the security guard of the Provordo Paramandira, comes from this Nomady.
- Nomady of Algemon (1.1.7): in the south-east of the nation, it comprises the Alban Desert Area. The capital is Algernon. Its hero is Almasta.
- Nomady of Nahechoa: (1.1.8) one of the most outstanding trinities in the HSS, the place where Handor and Rodnah met.
Handorian Heroes: Aken, Algemon, Nain (eyes), Almasta (ecstatic), Ajasta, Akampa (unmovable), Abutilon, Aiwarn, Auburn, Ajasta, Armada, Atala, Nelson, Acorn, Nahechoa, Akiva.
Provordo Names: Abadha (free), Aban (water), Abha (light), Abhika (without fear), Aboda (innocence), Adarsha (mirror), Adeha (without form), Adima (from the beginning), Adina (the first), Advaya (unique), Agama (unattainable), Ageya (beyond song), Agenda (king of mountains), Aika (unity), Aja (sunbeam), Ajeya (unconquerable), Akalpita (impossible to imagine), Alaya (dwelling), Alima (powerful), Alka (sacred place), Amana – Aman (no mind), Amara (eternal), Amira (rich), Amiya (friend), Amla (pure), Amoda (joy), Amola (matchless), Amura (wise), Anama (nameless), Annata (eternal), Anjana (offering), Ankura (new shoot), Ansula (sun), Antima (last), Anubha (lightning), Anunaya (request), Anupa (incomparable), Apurva (unique), Aranya (forest), Archana (prayer), Arham (most compassionate), Arhana (deserving), Armaan (longing), Arohan (ascent), Arpita (gift), Arta (blessing), Arun (dawn), Arya (brave), Arzan (worthy), Asima (endless), Asmita (pride), Asra (shelter), Asupta (alert), Atandra (alert), Atula (matchless), Avaran (cover), Azima (infinite), Nadiya (river), Nadeen (ocean), Nageen (precious stone), Naman (salutation), Nandan (delight), Narman (play), Nartan (dancer), Navala (new), Navin (new), Nigama (way), Nilaya (residence), Nilima, Nipun (skillful), Nirala (unique), Nirgun (absolute), Nirvan (liberation), Nirvatan (return to the source), Niyama (discline) Nura (light), Nutan (totally new).
Provisional Territorial Units:
PTU REGION D1-1:
Lazio, VATICAN CITY
Nation of Akiria
Airika fo Noitan
Binary 1 – Kahe Kahe, 0-2½° Aries
D1-1: ITALIA, LAZIO, Roma [Cc/Pm/gs] (1); Nord, Valle del Tevere: Campagnano di Roma, Capena, Castelnuovo di Porto, Civitella S.Paolo, Fiano Roman,; Filacciano, Magliano Roman,; Mazzano Romano, Mentana, Montelibretti, Monterotondo, Morlupo, Nazzano, Ponzano Romano, Riano, Rignano Flaminio, S.Oreste, Torrita Tiberina (2); Est, Tiburtina Sublacense: Affile, Agosta, Arcinazzo Romano, Articoli Corrado, Arsoli, Bellegra, Camerata Nuova, Canterano, Capranica Prestinense, Casape, Castel Madama, Cerreto Laziale, Cervara di Roma, Siciliano, Cineto Romano, Fon, Gerano, Guidonia Montecelio, Jenne, Licenza, Mandela, Marano Equo, Marcellina, Monteflavio, Montorio Romano, Morione, Neroli, Olevano Romano, Palombara Sabina, Percile, Pisoniano, Poli, Rifreddo, Rocca Canterano, Rocca S.Stefano, Roccagiovine, Roiate, Roviano, Sambuci, S.Gregorio Sassola, S.Paolo Cavalieri, S.Angelo Romano, S.Vito Romano, Saracinesca, Subiaco [Cc], Tivoli [Cc/gs], Vallepietra, Vallinfreda, Vicovaro, Vivaro Romano (3); Allumiere, Anguillara Sabazia, Bracciano, Canale Monteranno, Cerveteri [Cc], Civitavecchia, [Cc] Fiumicino, Ladispoli, Manziana, Santa Marinella, Tolfa, Trevignano Romano (4); Frosinone [Cc]: Alatri [Ccc], Anagni [Ccc], Aquino [Ccc], Fermentino [Ccc], Pontecorvo [Ccc], Sora [Cc],, Veroli [Ccc] (5); Latina [Cc]: Fondi [Cfc], Formia [Cfc]. Gaeta [Cc/T], Minturno [Cfc], Priverno [Ccc], Sezze [Ccc], Terracina [Ccc/T] (6); Roma: Litorale Sud, Castelli Romani, Prenestina Monti Lepini: Albano Laziale [Cc], Anzio, Ardea, Ariccia [T], Artena, Castel Gandolfo, Castel San Pietro Romano, Cave, Ciampino, Colleferro Colonna, Frascati [Ccc], Gallicano Lazio, Gavignano, Genazzano, Genzano di Roma, Gorga, Grottaferrata [Cc], Lanuvio [T], Labico; Lariano, Marino, Monte Compatri, Monte Porzio Catone, Montelanico, Nemi, Nettuno, Palestrina [Cc], Pomezia, Rocca Priora, Rocca di Cave, Rocca di Papa, S. Cesareo, Segni [Ccc], Valmontone; Velletri [Cc], Zagarolo (7); Rieti [Cc]: Borgorose, Corvaro [gs], Magliano Sabina [Ccc], Poggio Mirteto [Cc] (8); Viterbo [Cc]: Acquapendente [Ccc], Bagnoregio [Ccc], Bolsena, Bomarzo, Capodimonte, Civita Bagnoregio, Civita Castellana [Cc], Gallese [Ccc] Marta; Montalto di Castro, Montefiascone [Cfc], Nepi [Ccc], Orte [Ccc], Sutri [Ccc], Tarquinia [Ccc], Tuscanica [Ccc] (9). VATICAN CITY, Vatican City (10), Vatican Gardens [gs] (11). Latina: Isole Ponziane (12).
0-2½°Aries; Aries/Aries; Aries/Mars; 1°Aries12’: Tau Pegasi, Kerb.
Italie Pradesia: Rome Metr. Samaya. AKIRWA, Akiria: Aiwar, Aken, Nelson.
D1-1-1 Lazio, Rome: (comune), IT-RM (LZ)
Rome [1st: state capital city; Prelatial Church of Santa Maria della Pace cathedral Opus Dei RC; San Giovanni in Laterano, Archbasilica, RC patriarchal cathedral, bishop of Rome; Cathedral of the Ordinariato Militare (St Catherine of Siena); Santa Maria Maggiore, Basilica; San Lorenzo fuori le Mura; Santa Croce in Gerusalemme; SCS/G Foro Romano; 2nd: Catacombs of Callixtus; Campo di Verano, cemetery; Coliseum; Isola Sacra Necropolis; Porta Alchemica, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, gateway; St Paul Outside the Walls, Basilica; San Martino ai Monti; Santi Quattro Coronati; Santa Maria sopra Minerva; Santa Maria dell’Orazione e Morte; 3rd: Piramide; Pantheon; SCS/G Roma EUR; San Clemente, Mithra] [Julius Evola b; All Roman Catholic popes; John Keats rdt] [6.10.8RB, 1.11.7AF, 5.2.3PP, 7.8.1BP b; 12.7.9AC r]
Lago Regillo [2nd: Battle of Lago Regillo, 499BC]
Ostia [1st: Ostia Cathedral (St Aurea) RC Suburbicarian Diocese Ostia, Dean of the College of Cardinals; Porto Cathedral (Sacred Hearts Jesus/Mary) RC Suburbicarian Diocese Porto-Santa Rufina; Porto Cathedral (St Hippolytus/Lucy) co-cathedral; SCS/G]
Veio [1st: Etruscan city, catacombs, temple of Apollo, 10th BC, 42° 1′ 26″ N, 12° 24′ 5″ E (Municipio XX)]
D1-1-2 Lazio, Rome: Valle del Tevere (20 comuni North of Rome), IT-RM (LZ)
Campagnano di Roma; Capena; Castelnuovo di Porto; Civitella San Paolo; Fiano Romano; Filacciano; Magliano Romano; Mazzano Romano; Mentana; Montelibretti; Monterotondo [12.11.5RC b]; Morlupo; Nazzano; Ponzano Romano; Riano; Rignano Flaminio; Sant’Oreste; Torrita Tiberina
D1-1-3 Lazio, Rome: Tiburtina Sublacense (50 comuni East of Rome), IT-RM (LZ)
Affile; Agosta; Arcinazzo Romano; Articoli Corrado; Arsoli; Bellegra; Camerata Nuova; Canterano; Capranica Prestinense; Casape; Castel Madama; Cerreto Laziale; Cervara di Roma; Ciciliano; Cineto Romano; Fon; Gerano;
Guidonia Montecelio [1st: city 71];
Jenne; Licenza; Mandela; Marano Equo; Marcellina; Monteflavio; Montorio Romano; Moricone; Neroli; Olevano Romano; Palombara Sabina; Percile; Pisoniano; Poli; Rifreddo; Rocca Canterano; Rocca Santo Stefano; Roccagiovine; Roiate; Roviano; Sambuci; San Gregorio da Sassola; San Polo dei Cavalieri; Sant’Angelo Romano; San Vito Romano; Saracinesco;
Subiaco [1st: St Andrew’s Abbey, Subiaco Cathedral (St Scholastica) RC Territorial Abbey co-cathedral];
Tivoli [1st: city 130; Tivoli Cathedral (St Lawrence) RC Diocese; Hadrian’s Villa; Temple of Vesta SCS/G] [St Lawrence of Rome p; Tiburtine Sybil r];
Vallepietra; Vallinfreda; Vicovaro; Vivaro Romano
D1-1-4 Lazio, Rome: Nord-Ovest (12 comuni North-West of Rome), IT-RM (LZ)
Allumiere; Anguillara Sabazia; Bracciano; Canale Monteranno;
Fiumicino [1st: city 93]
Ladispoli; Manziana; Santa Marinella; Tolfa; Trevignano Romano
Cerveteri [1st: Cerveteri Cathedral (St Mary Major) former cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Etruscan city, Necropolis, 900BC, 42° 0′ 0″ N, 12° 6′ 0″ E] [St Michael p]
Civitavecchia [1st: city 133; Civitavecchia Cathedral (St Francis Assisi) RC Diocese; Templar site; 2nd: Megaliths]
D1-1-5 Lazio, Frosinone: (91 comuni), IT-FR (LZ)
Frosinone [1st: province capital town; Frosinone Cathedral (St Andrew) RC Diocese]
Alatri [1st: Alatri Cathedral (St Paul) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Chiostro of St Francis, Christ in labyrinth; Acropolis] [St Sixtus I p]
Anagni [1st: Anagni Cathedral (St Mary) co-cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Popes Palace; on-YinL61-62] [St Magnus p; Boniface VIII r]
Aquino [1st: Aquino Cathedral (St Thomas Aquinas) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Cassino [1st: Templar site; megaliths]
Ferentino [1st: Ferentino Cathedral (St John/Paul) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Fiuggi [1st: Fiuggi Springs, Templar site, on-YinL61-62]
Fontana Liri [Marcello Mastroianni b]
Montecassino [1st: Montecassino Abbey (Assumption Blessed Virgin) cathedral RC Territorial Abbey]
Pontecorvo [1st: Pontecorvo Cathedral (St Bartholomew), co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Sora [1st: Sora Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [Vittorio De Sica b]
Veroli [1st: Veroli Cathedral (St Andrew) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
D1-1-6 Lazio, Latina: (31 comuni), IT-LT (LZ)
Latina [1st: province capital city 36; Latina Cathedral (St Mark) RC Diocese]
Aprilia [1st: city 87]
Fondi [1st: Fondi Cathedral (St Peter) former cathedral RC Archdiocese Gaeta]
Formia [1st: Formia Cathedral (St Erasmus) former cathedral RC Archdiocese Gaeta]
Gaeta [S7] [1st: Gaeta Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; 2nd: Sanctuary of the Holy Trinity, split mountain, earth temple] [St Erasmus p]
Minturno [1st: Minturno Cathedral (St Peter) former cathedral RC Dioces]
Priverno [1st: Priverno Cathedral (St Mary) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Fossanova Abbey, on-YinL61-62] [St Thomas Aquinas p]
Roccasecca [St Thomas Aquinas b]; San Felice Circeo [1st: Templar site]
Sermoneta [1st: Valvisciolo Abbey, 700, well]
Sezze [1st: Sezze Cathedral (St Mary) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Terracina [1st: Terracina Cathedral (St Caesarius) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Temple of Jupiter; 3rd: Capitolium; on-YinL61-62] [St Caesarius p]
D1-1-7 Lazio, Rome: Litorale Sud, Castelli Romani, Prenestina Monti Lepini: (38 comuni South of Rome), IT-RM (LZ)
Albano Laziale [1st: Albano Cathedral (S. Pancrazio), RC Diocese]
Anzio; Ardea; Ariccia [1st: Diana’s temple]; Artena; Castel Gandolfo; Castel San Pietro Romano; Cave; Ciampino; Colleferro; Colonna;
Frascati [1st: Frascati Cathedral (St Peter) co-cathedral RC Diocese] [St James the Lesser p]
Gallicano nel Lazio; Gavignano; Genazzano; Genzano di Roma; Gorga;
Grottaferrata [1st: Grottaferrata Cathedral (St Mary) RC Diocese]
Lanuvio [1st: Juno’s Temple]; Labico; Lariano; Marino; Monte Compatri; Monte Porzio Catone; Montelanico; Nemi; Nettuno;
Palestrina [1st: Palestrina Cathedral (St Agapitus) RC Diocese]
Pomezia [1st: city 115]
Rocca Priora; Rocca di Cave; Rocca di Papa; San Cesareo;
Segni [1st: Segni Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Velletri [1st: city 136; Velletri Cathedral (St Clement I) RC Archdiocese]
D1-1-8 Lazio, Rieti: (73 comuni), IT-RI (LZ)
Rieti [1st: province capital town; Rieti Cathedral (St Mary/Gregory) RC Diocese; 2nd: Piazza San Rufo, Umbilicus Italiae, 42° 24′ 8.3″ N, 12° 51′ 46.3″ E] [St Barbara p]
Borgorose: Corvaro [1st Corvaro Castle, 42° 14′ 38.7″ N, 13° 9′ 3.6″ E; 2nd: Roman Well, Tunnel; 3rd: Stone Circle; SCS/G] [Niccolò V antipope b]
Magliano Sabina [1st: Magliano Cathedral (St Liberator) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Poggio Mirteto [1st: Poggio Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
[1st: Monte Gorzano, D1-1 highest peak, 245 m]
D1-1-9 Lazio, Viterbo: (60 comuni), IT-VT (LZ)
Viterbo [S3] [1st: province capital city 98; Viterbo Cathedral (St Lawrence) RC Diocese] [St Rose of Viterbo p]
Acquapendente [1st: Acquapendente Cathedral (Holy Sepulchre) co-cathedral RC Diocese Viterbo]
Bagnoregio [1st: Bagnoregio Cathedral (St Bonaventure) co-cathedral RC Diocese of Viterbo; Templar site]
Bolsena [2nd: St Christine Basilica, 1078]
Bomarzo [2nd: SCS/G Boscosacro]
Capodimonte [2nd: Isola Bisentina]
Civita di Bagnoregio [1st: power town]
Civita Castellana [1st: Civita Cathedral (St Mary Major) RC Diocese]
Gallese [1st: Gallese Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese Civita]
Marta [1st: Templar site; 2nd: Torre dell’Orologio]; Montalto di Castro [1st: Templar site]
Montefiascone [1st: Montefiascone Cathedral (St Margaret Antioch) former cathedral RC Diocese; wine Est! Est! Est!]
Nepi [1st: Nepi Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Orte [1st: Orte Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese Civita]
Sutri [1st: Sutri Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Templar site] [St Dulcissima p]
Tarquinia [1st: Tarquinia Cathedral (St Margaret/Martin) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Etruscan city, 900BC, 42° 14′ 57″ N, 11° 45′ 22″ E; Templar site]
Tuscania [1st: Tuscania Cathedral (St Mary Major) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Templar site; 2nd: St Peter’s Church, astrological elements, Etruscan acropolis; Bagno della Regina]
D1-1-10 VATICAN CITY, Vatican City (excluding Vatican City Gardens), VA
[1st: St Peter’s Basilica, 1626, Vatican Hill, 41° 54′ 8″ N, 12° 27′ 12″ E; St Peter’s Square; Sistine Chapel; 2nd: St Peter’s Tomb; Vatican Necropolis; Vatican Library; Vatican’s Railway Station]
D1-1-11 VATICAN CITY, Vatican City Gardens, VA
[33d: SCS Courtyard of the Pine, 41° 54′ 11″ N, 12° 27′ 2″ E]
D1-1-12 Lazio, Latina: Isole Ponziane, IT-LT (LZ)
Ponza [1st: Blue Grottos; 2nd: Roman Tunnel]
Ventotene [2nd: Santo Stefano Island]
L2 System Division:: Lazio and Vatican City are part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, within the Algata Rome Asmake Bhime Metropolia, operated by the Rome Metropolie Neinve Prasamaya (Società Metropolitana di Roma). Rome is the abode of the Lodge Authority of Nova Congregazione.
Binary Programme 1 – Pahekarubhe: 1.1 – 230398
On a day of new moon in Aries I received guidance to hold a medicine walk in the nature area near my birthplace so as to get a vision for the new annual cycle. Upon entering the park, I was about to go straight to the Great Tree (the name I used for the most prominent tree in the area), when I felt drawn to move in the opposite direction, towards a large hill full of trees and usually unattended by people. I chose to head that way. As I was climbing uphill I received an inner message to find other sacred places besides the Great Tree, as it was not suitable for the type of work required in the next cycle.
I ascended along a narrow footpath and then reached a spot with a tree. It immediately looked familiar. It was the first sacred place that I activated in the park many years ago. I was amazed to find the medicine wheel which I placed there at that time. I smudged and cleaned the spot and then connected with my Guide. Through him I contacted the Spirit of Sector 1 and was given information for this new cycle.
Among the instructions received was that of taking up a new practice for the whole annual cycle: activating and working with one tree for every sector according to the movement of the Sun in each sign of the zodiac. Every tree would then become a sacred site aimed at channelling the energy and releasing the grievances of that particular sector. I was also told to pay more regular visits to these places in nature. This idea gave me a lot of excitement.
The tree where I received this vision became the tree of Sector 1, the first one of the series. After this connection I rearranged the stones of the wheel and left some seeds of spelt-wheat as my give-away. As I did that a spider fell down on the precise spot where the seeds had been placed. That gave me great joy. After other ritual procedures I descended along another path so as to reach the original Great Tree.
As I watched the Great Tree from the hill, I noticed how prominent and distinct from all other trees it was. I was aware that the routine of my medicine walks had to change. I would first go to the tree of the sector of the month, have a celebration and inner journey there, then move to the Great Tree and stay there for a little time.
The Great Tree, I was told, was not a suitable place for rituals and journeys anymore. As I approached the Great Tree I saw some material around it. When I went nearer I discovered that the municipality had just installed two large benches and wide tables, together with a dustbin, very close to the tree. This material was still wrapped.
Around the dustbin there was a note that somebody had put saying: “Aren’t you ashamed to put a dustbin next to the most beautiful and ancient tree in the park. We will take legal action about it!”. I was amazed and a bit irritated at first. I realised that soon the place would lose all its power and be a regular venue for people playing cards, eating and chatting. I was almost about to join the protest. Then I became aware that this was not my story.
Everything was all right the way it was. I understood the reason for the messages and the detour, and was grateful to the Spirit of the park for that experience. After a few days I went again to the tree of Sector 1: there I had other beautiful experiences. Then I moved to the Great Tree. The benches were already operative and full of retired people playing cards. I sat on a nearby rock and communicated with the tree.
My first reaction last time had been one of irritation with the municipality for having profaned a sacred place in such a way. Now I had the confirmation that there was nothing wrong. On the contrary it was beautiful to see those people gathering and enjoying the energy of the Great Tree. And on noticing the dustbin so prominent by the Great Tree, I laughed at its implications. It was for me an official acknowledgement of all the release work I had done there for years.
Il Paheka di S1 dice: “Prosegui nel lavoro. Visita regolarmente questi luoghi nella natura. Attiva un Albero per ogni ciclo lunare durante questo intero ciclo solare. Lascia che il Lavoro sprofondi nella Terra così da partecipare pienamente alle operazioni generali. Visita regolarmente quell’Albero durante lo specifico ciclo e svolgi qui i tuoi viaggi. Vedi simbolo. Hazaheroa è la Bandiera Rossa ed è sita nella pancia (intestino)”. Sistemo il Cerchio costeggiandolo con ghiande e poi vi lascio 13 semi. Presso l’Albero ne pongo tre e mentre procedo appare Ragno. A lui affido la custodia del sito. E’ il primo spazio sacro dedicato a Quiumakai e Handor. Tornando a valle passo per il sentiero che scende all’Albero Guida. Dall’alto lo vedo e noto la sua forma unica tra tutte. Sento che ora il suo ruolo sta cambiando. La conferma la ricevo quando vedo che vi è uno strano palo vicino a esso. Avvicinandomi noto che vi sono delle panchine nuove e un sostegno per un bidone della spazzatura. Accanto al sostegno vi sono alcune frasi indignate per tale atto.
080497: In S1 you are alone… You start from zero. All is deleted and incorporated. Clarity at this stage is vital. It is a major emergency. No distraction is allowed. (Text in Italian follows:)
“In S1, sei da solo e fai tabula rasa di tutto ciò che c’è e c’è stato e rimani solo. Ciò ti consente di iniziare da zero e di creare ora in accordo con l’Intento connesso alla Funzione. Attraverso la spinta generata dall’identificazione con l’Intento si procede all’eliminazione sistematica di tutto ciò che è estraneo e non coerente.
Questo processo avviene per mezzo dell’annientamento totale e la soppressione sacrificale di queste ultime componenti. Tutto è sacrificato e soppresso, per esser poi incorporato.
In S1 si smobilita la forza del Guerriero, il sistema di difesa e attacco, il coraggio, l’iniziazione, la chiarezza totale riguardo Intento e Funzione. La chiarezza richiesta in questo contesto è massima. Si tratta di una situazione di emergenza in cui la chiarezza ha ad essere estremamente nitida e lucida. Nessuna dispersione o indecisione è ammessa. La forza è bruta e istintiva.
Il Guerriero di S1 è il guardiano della soglia e il primo baluardo difensivo. Le componenti di base del lavoro su S1 riguardano la visitazione del materiale suddetto e lo stimolo della componente guerriera. Essa va asservita all’Intento. In genere il Guerriero non è riconosciuto o si trova a essere manipolato da forze cosiddette antagoniste. Queste forze svolgono un ruolo di primo piano in S1.
Il Guerriero è spesso incorporato nell’antagonista, vale a dire in persone o situazioni con cui ci si trova in aperto o velato conflitto. Si tratta qui di affrontare direttamente queste figure e di sopprimerle. Il primo passo è quindi quello di affrontare l’avversario e diventare lui stesso. Non vi sono possibilità di compromesso. Esistono solo due soluzioni in S1: sopprimere o essere soppressi. Il rischio è totale. Anche coloro che non si trovano in uno stato di apparente avversità vengono, in questa fase di eliminazione totale, soppressi.
Non importa quanto amorevole sia il rapporto con essi, nella prima fase del lavoro su S1 si ha a rimanere soli. Ogni componente esterna va incorporata e riportata aggressivamente verso l’Intento. Il secondo passo ci permette di dimorare nella landa devastata dalla nostra guerra e in cui ci troviamo ora a essere soli.
Qui possiamo percepire il potere e la radicale responsabilità nell’intraprendere un corso nuovo. Qui noi iniziamo un processo e diventiamo i capostipiti di una nuova razza. Con il terzo passo la nostra storia individuale si ricongiunge con quella collettiva e mitica. Si evidenzia lo scopo strategico delle precedenti fasi e si procede all’aggancio con l’epica universale.
Procediamo a prendere parte a una nuova battaglia in cui siamo parte integrante di un esercito tribale da cui esalano le nostre tradizioni d’origine più sacre. In questo contesto recuperiamo il nostro senso di appartenenza e ripetiamo il processo del primo passo non più da soli, ma insieme alle forze e agli alleati dell’universo. L’incorporamento degli avversari avviene a livello collettivo fino al punto in cui in tutti e nel tutto si ritrova totale identificazione.
La storia e la lotta individuale si ricongiunge a quella mitica dell’universo, così come l’Intento si collega alla Funzione. Un altro elemento basilare di S1 è l’acquisizione di strumenti e armi di luce connessi con quanto sopra. Trattasi di armi in grado di sopprimere e utilizzabili in ogni circostanza in cui si rende necessaria un’azione di emergenza diretta e incisiva. S1 consente la libera circolazione dell’energia in accordo all’Intento e svolge un ruolo similare a quello del sangue.
 From Niccolò Machiavelli (2.11.10), an Italian political philosopher and influential statesman of the XVI century, famous for his strategies based on duplicity and cunning