1/9 – Aries/Sagittarius
Binary Number: 9
Degrees: 20-22½° Aries
Aspect: Trine (120°)
Moon Phase: Disseminating
Handorian Reference: State of Akirwa, Nation of Azaheray
Binary Spirit: Kahe Nivaya

In the Astroshamanic Binary System Sun in Aries (1) and Moon in Sagittarius (9) constitute Binary 1.9, or Binary number 9.

Sun in Aries and Moon in Sagittarius burn Cardinal Fire with Mutable Fire, blending Aries’s courage, initiative and straightforwardness with Sagittarius’s expansion, search for truth and Jupiter’s adventurous spirit.

This combination brings forth the fiery setting for the bravest pioneers and natural leaders, operating in the front line with great dynamism, independence, initiative and honour.

The association of Aries and Sagittarius escalates the clarity and focus upon intentions and goals, together with the trust and confidence in their pursue, no  matter how this may clash with adversities.

This binary also contributes major playful, innocent and fun elements, which allows its enterprises also to provide guaranteed enjoyment, adventure and excitement.

Aries and Sagittarius are in a trine aspect (120°), which encourages an easy, harmonious, mutually supporting flow between the signs involved. This can bring major benefits when there is clarity of intent and focus. If this is not the case the benefits may be missed, because they are disregarded or unconscious.

Qualities: adventure, clarity, confidence, courage, dynamism, entrerprise,  enthusiasm, innocence, optimism, trust

1.9 copyGrievances: competition, impatience, impetuosity, impulsiveness, recklessness, restlessness.

Three days after exact Full Moon, when the waning Moon is from about 135° to 90° from the Sun, we are in the Disseminating Moon or Waning Gibbous Moon phase. There is both a giving and an asking of energy. What I have put in motion, needs to be concluded with integrity and commitment, in order to receive its gifts. When we do not complete creative cycles we tend to separate ourself from the flow of life and feel confused or depressed. When the Sun and Moon move into a trine aspect (120°), if we have thoroughly played our part, the cycle is ripe to provide blessings and rewards. This phase support sharing resources and gifts regarding what was generated with the Full Moon. It is a process enhanced by dynamic communication, enthusiastic connections and spontaneous easy flow of energy, which are potentially available during binary 1.7. Following this final burst of creative expression as the Sun and Moon move towards a square (90°), a deep transformation develops.  This requires the alignment of the Intent with the Function, one’s purpose with that of the whole.

The Sun is in Aries and the Moon in Sagittarius from 21:44 GMT, 17 April to 1:28, 20 April 2014. This combination paves the way to a fiery setting, abundant with luminous opportunities if we have the courage to entuthiastically leap into our deepest truth. Aries/Sagittarius stimulate initiative, dynamism and independence, reinforcing clarity and trust in ourselves and our connection with the Divine, with playfulness, innocence and adventure.

Aries and Sagittarius are in a trine aspect (120°), which encourages an easy, harmonious flow in our energy. This can bring major benefits when there is clarity of intent and we are able to act accordingly. If this is not the case and we betray our truth, the benefits are missed and the energy is burned away and wasted.

“The spiritual journey is individual, highly personal. It can’t be organized or regulated. It isn’t true that everyone should follow one path. Listen to your own truth.” (Ram Dass, born with Sun in Aries and Moon in Sagittarius)

Sun and Moon in this position invite us to take full responsibility for the fire withih us, to be faithful to our most intimate truth. No matter what kind of resistances we encounter, if we cease to heed what blocks us and answer our genuine calling, we are destined to be Sun bearers in the world.

“If you hear a voice within you say “you cannot paint,” then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced.” (Vincent Willem van Gogh, born with Sun in Aries and Moon in Sagittarius)

Image: “Sun Bearers” by Cecil Collins, born with Sun in Aries and Moon in Sagittarius.


Astroshamanic Seal: a forceful spear emerging from a crater, following the release of grievances and blocked energies (Graha). When Graha are liberated, they are seasoned in the lower world and then, when ripe, they can rise and reach the upper worlds as healing energy. This seal is the keeper of the warrior’s wisdom, the one who blesses the sacred books (Kitabe). In the vision there are many transformations finally leading to a stone circle. From this stone circle a group of wise warriors emerge, with spears and shields, ready to fight and joyously move wherever so as to bring knowledge and wisdom. They spread wisdom at all costs, releasing rotten beliefs and allowing emergence of truth. The seal vehemently hold true perception and knowledge.

Celebrities with 1.9:  

Fra Bartolomeo (painter, AS Aries); Vincent van Gogh  (AS Cancer); Giovanni Casanova (AS Scorpio); Samuel Beckett (AS Scorpio); Robert Fludd (astrologer, AS Scorpio); Richard Gotainer (singer, AS Cancer); Peter Greenaway (director); Thomas Jefferson (AS Capricorn); Linda Hunt (actress, AS Cancer); Barry Levinson (director); Wilhelm Reich (AS Cancer);  Erich Fromm (AS Libra);  Dirk Bogarde (AS Gemini); Ravi Shankar; Catherine Spaak (actress); Luigi Tenco (singer, AS Leo); Vince Vaughn (actor); Venantino Venantini (actor); Emma Watson (actress, AS Virgo)

Ram Dass (spiritual teacher; AS Cancer);

I thought inside “I must really be crazy, now — because craziness is where everybody agrees about something — except you!” And yet I felt saner than I had ever felt, so I knew this was a new kind of craziness or perhaps a new kind of saneness.
As far as I’m concerned we are all God
That’s the difference
If you really think another guy is God he doesn’t lock you up Funny about that.
Contrasting the attitude of those who believe that they are especially “divine” and thus believe other people “owe” them deference — and those who assert all are divine, and thus are respectful of others proper rights and dignity as both human and divine beings.
“The spiritual journey is individual, highly personal. It can’t be organized or regulated. It isn’t true that everyone should follow one path. Listen to your own truth.” — Ram Dass

“The question we need to ask ourselves is whether there is any place we can stand in ourselves where we can look at all that’s happening around us without freaking out, where we can be quiet enough to hear our predicament, and where we can begin to find ways of acting that are at least not contributing to further destabilization.” — Ram Dass

The most important aspect of love is not in giving or the receiving: it’s in the being. When I need love from others, or need to give love to others, I’m caught in an unstable situation. Being in love, rather than giving or taking love, is the only thing that provides stability. Being in love means seeing the Beloved all around me.”

Luigi Tenco (1.9.5) (Cassine, Alessandria Italy, March 21, 1938 – Sanremo Jenuary 27, 1967) Italian composer and singer

Erich Fromm: (HA) born on 23 March 1900, with Sun in Aries, Moon in Sagittarius and Libra Ascendant (1.9.7), he was a popular psychoanalyst, author of the bestseller The Art of Loving, one of my favourite readings in the late 70s, and other inspiring studies such as Escape from Freedom, Psychoanalysis and Religion, The Sane Society, The Heart of Man, To Have Or to Be and The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness. Although his work is influenced by Freud and Marx, he believed that religions, despite their drawbacks, are not merely an illusion and contain some fundamental truths. He discriminated between religions which are authoritarian or fundamentalist and others which are liberating and humanistic.

Both dreams and myths are important communications from ourselves to ourselves. If we do not understand the language in which they are written, we miss a great deal of what we know and tell ourselves in those hours when we are not busy manipulating the outside world.
Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties.
If a person loves only one other person and is indifferent to all others, his love is not love but a symbiotic attachment, or an enlarged egotism.
If I am what I have and if I lose what I have who then am I?
Immature love says: ‘I love you because I need you.’ Mature love says ‘I need you because I love you.’
In love the paradox occurs that two beings become one and yet remain two.
Love is the only sane and satisfactory answer to the problem of human existence.
Love is union with somebody, or something, outside oneself, under the condition of retaining the separateness and integrity of one’s own self.
Man is the only animal for whom his own existence is a problem which he has to solve.
Most people die before they are fully born. Creativeness means to be born before one dies.
Not he who has much is rich, but he who gives much.
One cannot be deeply responsive to the world without being saddened very often.
Sanity is only that which is within the frame of reference of conventional thought.
The danger of the past was that men became slaves. The danger of the future is that man may become robots.
The mother-child relationship is paradoxical and, in a sense, tragic. It requires the most intense love on the mother’s side, yet this very love must help the child grow away from the mother, and to become fully independent.
There can be no real freedom without the freedom to fail.
There is hardly any activity, any enterprise, which is started out with such tremendous hopes and expectations, and yet which fails so regularly, as love.
There is no meaning to life except the meaning man gives his life by the unfolding of his powers.

Cecil Collins, (1.9) nato il 23 marzo 1908, Sole in Ariete, Luna in Sagittario, pittore inglese.

Yılmaz Güney (1.9) Turkish actor, film director (Adana,Turkey, April  1, 1937 – 9 September 1984)

Duccio Canestrini, 1 aprile 1956, (1.9) antropologo, giornalista e scrittore italiano

“La qualità della vita non sta nell’extralusso, altrimenti i potenti della Terra sarebbero tutti contenti e non farebbero le guerre. La qualità, della vita e del turismo, sta nei rapporti umani. Nella verità degli incontri, nella crescita interiore, a contatto con la natura e con le persone. La qualità, e la gioia, nonostante tutte le difficoltà, stanno nello scambio di esperienze e nella fiducia.”

Anne Waldman, born 2 April 1945, Sun in Aries and Moon in Sagittarius, American poet
“I’ve multiplied, I’m 2.

He was part of me

he came out of me,

he took a part of me

He took me apart.

I’m 2, he’s my art,

no, he’s separate.

He art one. I’m not

done & I’m still one.

I sing of my son. I’ve

multiplied. My heart’s

in 2, half to him & half

to you,

who are also a part

of him, & you & he

& I make trio of

kind congruity.”

Wilhelm Reich: HA (1.9.4) born on 24 March 1897, with Sun in Aries, Moon in Sagittarius and Ascendant in Cancer (1.9.4), Saturn and Uranus conjunct the Midheaven (Saturn/Uranus Flower), died 3 November 1957, is an outstanding multidimensional scientist and psychoanalist. He discovered all pervading energy, which he called “orgone”, and described as “a mass-free primordial power that operates throughout the universe as the basic life force” and “the scientific reality of what most people call God”.

He developed instruments aimed at detecting and redeploying it for healing and environental purposes. He was constantly persecuted in his research endeavour with charges which today would be laughed out of any court. His publications were burned or heavily censored, and his life controversially came to an end in an American Federal prison where he was serving a two-year term for distributing his “orgone energy accumulator”.

He particularly studied sexual energy and the function of the orgasm, trying to measure the different stages of climax and its underlying energy (the orgone). In his views unexpressed sexual energy was the major cause of grievances and the result of consensus reality conditionings.

His psychoanalytic healing method involved the use of touch accompanied by talking. He would also feel his patients’ chests to check their breathing or relocate their bodies, at times requiring them to remove their clothes, which caused some controversies in the psychoanalytic environment. His book, The Sexual Revolution, supported free contraception, abortion, and wide sex education.
Reich also conducted extensive researches on the origins of life, and built boxes to accumulate orgone energy in the atmosphere, which he regarded as a negatively-entropic force in nature responsible for concentrating and organizing matter. He believed that sitting inside the box might provide treatment for cancer and other ailments, yet the popular press describes these as sex boxes aimed at causing long erections. He was also involved with the study of multidimensional vehicles claiming that orgone energy was used to propel UFOs. He argued that illness was primarily due to blockages of the orgone energy within the body, and conducted several scientific tests to prove his theory. Most of his findings were confirmed by Einstein with whom Reich had a controversial connection.

from: Listen, Little Man
Reich was the basic pioneer of body-oriented and emotions-based psychotherapies, and a major influence in Fritz Perls’ Gestalt therapy, Arthur Janov’s primal therapy and Alexander Lowen’s bioenergetic analysis. He also provided relevant inspirations to artists and musicians such as Patti Smith, Kate Bush, Frank Zappa and Suzanne Vega.

One of his works (Listen, Little Man!) left a most significant mark also on my formation. This very small book, written in 1946, is a penetrating dissection of the consensus reality man, who Reich calls the “little man”. As the author puts it the book “reflects the inner turmoil of a scientist and physician who had observed the little man for many years and seen, first with astonishment, then with horror, what he does to himself; how he suffers, rebels, honors his enemies and murders his friends; how, wherever he acquires power ‘in the name of the people,’ he misuses it and transforms it into something more cruel than the tyranny he had previously suffered at the hands of upper-class sadists.”

In his work Contact with Space he also spoke openly about connection with extraterrestrial intelligences. “It is not beyond actual possibilities that men from outer space have landed (or will in the future land) on earth and have begun to breed here for whatever reason they may have had. Am I a Spaceman? Do I belong to a new race on earth, bred by men from outer space in embraces with earth women? Are my children offspring of the first interplanetary race? Has the melting-pot of interplanetary society already been created on our own planet, as the melting-pot of all earth nations was established in the U.S.A. 190 years ago?”

A film about his teachings called W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism was made in 1971 by Yugoslavian director Dušan Makavejev,

“The pleasure of living and the pleasure of the orgasm are identical. Extreme orgasm anxiety forms the basis of the general fear of life.”
“You have no sense of your true duty, which is to be a man and preserve humanity. You imitate wise men so badly and bandits so well. Your movies and radio programs are full of murder.”
“You don’t believe that your friend could ever do anything great. You despise yourself in secret, even – no, especially – when you stand on your dignity; and since you despise yourself, you are unable to respect your friend. You can’t bring yourself to believe that anyone you have sat at table with, or shared a house with, is capable of great achievement. That is why all great men have been solitary. It is hard to think in your company, little man. One can only think ‘about’ you, or ‘for your benefit’, not ‘with’ you, for you stifle all big, generous ideas.”
“I want you to stop being subhuman and become ‘yourself’. ‘Yourself,’ I say. Not the newspaper you read, not your vicious neighbor’s opinion, but ‘yourself.’ I know, and you don’t, what you really are deep down. Deep down, you are what a deer, your God, your poet, or your philosopher is..”

Giacomo Casanova (1.9.8) Sun Aries, Moon Sagittarius, Ascendant Scorpio, Italian adventurer, writer, secret agent (Venice, Italy,  April 2,  1725 – 4 June 1798)  known mainly for his libertine non-ordinary enterprises and ardent loves. At age 30, he was accused of witchcraft and sentenced to five years imprisonment in a Venetian notorious prison from which he managed to escape. Casanova’s main work is his autobiography. He also wrote a multi-dimensional work (L’Icosameron), where brothers and sisters spend 81 years inside the Earth, meet strange creatures called Mégamigres, and mate in the new Eden.

“The sweetest pleasures are those which are hardest to be won.”

Vincent Willem van Gogh: (1.9.4) born on 30 March 1853, in the south of the Netherlands, with Sun in Aries, Moon in Sagittarius and Ascendant in Cancer, died 29 July 1890, he is one of the greatest painters as well as a major shamanic artist and channeler of non-HAC elements. The objects of his art are depicted according to a non-ordinary perception, with vividly coloured auric fields and distorted shapes. In his youth he had a profound calling to be useful, heal and be in God’s service, which led him to work as a lay missionary, living a life of extreme solidarity with the poors, sleeping on the floor and giving away all his belongings. His commitment was so radical that the church dismissed him, and he then decided to become an artist. As a result of his exposure to multidimensional realities, he suffered regular breakdowns and psychic attacks in consensus reality, and was often considered mad. Nevetheless, during his secluded staying in psychiatric hospitals, he managed to produce more than 150 paintings. He killed himself and his fame grew only after his death.
I dream my painting, and then I paint my dream.
I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day.
If you hear a voice within you say “you cannot paint,” then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced.
The best way to know God is to love many things.
The more I think about it, the more I realize there is nothing more artistic that to love others.
When I have a terrible need of – shall I say the word – religion. Then I go out and paint the stars.

“Sogno la mia pittura, e poi dipingo il mio sogno.”

“Più ci penso, e più mi rendo conto che non esiste niente di più artistico di amare gli altri.”
Simon Webbe (1.9) English singer, 30 March 1979

Azaherai is a glorious archipelago of warrior navigators and explorers. Alabhai, the capital, is the second largest centre, after the State capital Al Kirware, and one of the major multi-dimensional non-HAC emergency ports. Azaherai is renowned for the mystery of its national banner depicting a red spear (Azaheroha), which is the supreme spirit medicine of the State of Kirway. The original Azaheroha is sheltered in Azaheroi Aw located in the northern island (Azaralaj). This island is the largest territory of the archipelago and includes the centres of Navallalow and Agapei Nebuli. The southern island (Aziaruri) hosts the southern defence forces of the Handorian States System. The national hero is Alabhan, to whom the capital is dedicated. Aruhai is an additional saint hero, from whom the third large island of the archipelago takes its name.

Azaheraian Names: Alabhai, Agapei, Amaretti, Alnivai, Aruhai, Aj, Aliesi, Azaheroi, Nautili; Abhiraj (brilliant), Abhirati (delighted), Aboli (silent), Abrati (delighted), Adi (primary), Adri (mountain), Ahuti (offering), Ali (powerful), Ami (nectar), Amiti (boundless), Amodi (happy), Amrati (immortal), Anadi (with no beginning), Anurati (devotion), Anusati (quest), Apti (fulfilment), Atimati (very wise), Avrati (always new), Namazi (prayerful), Nazni (graceful), Neti (endless).


ITALY, Tuscany
Pahai Azahirae
Nation of Azaheari
Iraehaza fo Noitan

D1-9: ITALY, TUSCANY, Firenze [Cc]: Fiesole [Cc] (1); Arezzo [Cc]: Anghiari [gs], Cortona [Ccc], Sansepolcro [Ccc] (11), Grosseto [Cc]: Orbetello [Ccc], Pitigliano [Cc], Sorano, Sovana [Ccc]  (8): Is. Giglio, Monte Argentario (6), Livorno [Cc]: Massa Marittima [Cc], Piombino [Cc] (9): Is. Elba, Capraia, Pianosa (12); Massa  [Cc]: Carrara, Camerino, Pontremoli [Ccc] (7), Prato [Cc] (10), Lucca [Cc], Bagni di Lucca, Borgo Mozzano, Torre del Lago, Vagli Sotto, Viareggio (4), Pisa [Cc]: S.Miniato [Cc], Volterra [Cc] (3); Pistoia [Cc], Pescia [Cc] (2); Siena [Cc]: Castelnuovo, Chiusi [Ccc], Colle Val d’Elsa [Ccc], Montalcino [Ccc], Monte Oliveto [Cc], Montepulciano [Cc], Pienza [Ccc], Poggibonsi, S.Gimignano, S.Quirico, Sovicille (5).
20-22½°Aries; Aries/Sagittarius; Sagittarius/Jupiter; 22°Aries6’: Zeta Ceti, Baiten Kaitos.
Italie Pradesia, Firenze Samaya. AKIRWA, Azaherai: Alabhai.

D1-9-1 Tuscany, Florence: (44 comuni), IT-FI (TC)
Florence [S1] [1st: regional capital, city 8; Florence Cathedral (St Mary) RC Archdiocese; S. Miniato Church; 2nd: English Cemetery; SCS Boboli Gardens] [Dante Alighieri, Niccolò Macchiavelli, Sandro Botticelli, Cimabue, Donatello; Filippo Brunelleschi, Filippo Buonarroti, Cosimo de’ Medici, Carlo Collodi, Antonio Meucci b; St John Baptist p]
Certaldo [Boccaccio d]
Fiesole [1st: Fiesole Cathedral (St Domninus) RC Diocese; 2nd: Castello di Vincigliata] [St Romulus of Fiesole p]; Figline Valdarno [on-YinL47-12] [Marsilio Ficino b]; Greve in Chianti, Montefioralle [Amerigo Vespucci b]; Vinci [Leonardo b]