In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Aries (1) and Moon in Taurus (2) constitute Binary 1.2 or Binary number 2.
1.2 (Sun in Aries and Moon in Taurus) blends Cardinal Fire and Fixed Earth, mixing Aries’s qualities with Taurus’s practical sense, endurance and patience. Forceful, determined, strong-willed, brave, yet also most polite, charming and tactful when required, they can endure all kinds of situation in order to achieve their aims.
Sun in Aries and Moon in Taurus form a semi-sextile (30°) aspect, connecting two consecutive signs, which are most different energies, yet closely linked. The signs involved can work well together as long as they keep their integrity. The first sign, in this case Aries, sets the process in motion, and the second (Taurus) follows. If Aries’ initiative, courage and enterprise pave the way, Taurus’ determination, practicality and stability provide major blessings in the pioneering Aries quest.
Two days after exact New Moon we enter into the phase of Crescent Moon, or Sowing Moon. Here the Moon becomes visible westwards after sunset and is 30° to 60° from the Sun, with exact Crescent Moon occurring when the Sun and the Moon are 45° apart (Sun sextile Moon). The first details of the potential of the previous phase begin to emerge. This is a receptive phase, aimed at gathering information and getting ready to take action according to the Intent established or perceived during New Moon. At this stage the multidimensional Intent gently comes to terms with the ordinary reality. The question here is: “How can I translate my Intent into a goal understandable in the third-dimensional reality?” The major impulse for third-dimensional initiation is produced in this phase, which is therefore ideal for clearly identifying and sowing the Intent. This is also a time of digestion, analysis and planning.
The Second Binary
The energy of Aries is sheer energetic impulse. It is not tangible, and often this energy does not manage to move into Taurus. In the majority of cases it is eliminated beforehand. Hence it is a sort of miracle when the energy moves from Aries into Taurus. This is especially the case when this energy carries an Intent which is incompatible with consensus reality.
There are many Aries’ martyrs. They are disintegrated in Aries and do not manage to step into Taurus. Aries constitutes the primary front line defence mechanism. There are forces aimed at preventing access to whatever appears to threaten ordinary reality. If someone holds the Intent of expanding awareness, unveiling mysteries, moving beyond death, transformation, unity and other multidimensional stuff… These are all very perilous issues. With such intentions it is rather difficult to move further than Aries.
Aries can be Jesus crucified, the lamb of God. It is rare that the energy manages to step into Taurus. When it does, it arrives full of scars and wounds.
Often the energy does easily manage to get into Taurus. Yet, once it arrives there it is mainly tamed and has lost touch with the original Intent. The amount of fear and terror that it has absorbed has cause the relinquishment of its pristine motivation. It does not represent a threat for the consensus reality and, as a result, it is granted access to Taurus.
Aries is full of devastated souls. Those who manage to go into Taurus, while holding their original Intent, come out full of shocks and traumas. In order to survive they need to take a break and receive some healing. Aries and Taurus combined, when the Sun is in Aries and the Moon in Taurus (Binary 1.2), represent the provisional rest of the warrior.
The Intent comes to terms with physical reality here. Aries is sheer energy and is unable to ground it. It is restless. It cannot stop. Taurus consolidates. Once we enter into Taurus we become aware of what we are running away from. We are stuck. We cannot escape anymore.
The third stage integrates the binary connection. The major hint in the first and second stage is to be aware of your body and to allow your body to be part of a story, using your imagination. In the third stage you can open up to what comes to you, inviting integration and healing.
Celebrities with 1.2:
Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Neptune cjn Moon) 4 October 1720 – 9 November 1778, Italian artist famous for his etchings of Rome and of fictitious and atmospheric “prisons” (Carceri d’Invenzione).
CINEMA & MEDIA
Lindsay Anderson (17 April 1923 – 30 August 1994) Indian-born English feature film, theatre and documentary director, film critic, actor, and leading light of the Free Cinema movement and the British New Wave.
Alice Braga (born April 15, 1983) Brazilian actress.
Corinne Clery, byname of Corinna Piccolo, (born March 23, 1950) French actress.
Giuliana De Sio (1.2) Italian actress (born in Salerno – April 2, 1957)
Robert Downey, Jr. (1.2.5) born April 4, 1965 in New York, American actor.
Andy García (born April 12, 1956) Academy Award-nominated Cuban-born American actor.
Serena Grandi (1.2.2) born in Bologna on March 23, 1958, Italian actress.
Keira Knightley (1.2.9) English actress (Teddington, London, England, March 26, 1985)
Marcel Marceau (1.2.3) Sun Aries, Moon Taurus, Ascendant Gemini, French mime artist (Strasbourg, France, March 22, 1923 – 22 September 2007).
Gregory Peck (1.2.3, Uranus cjn MC) April 5, 1916 – June 12, 2003, Academy Award-winning American film actor, one of 20th Century Fox’s most popular film stars, from the 1940s to the 1960s.
Maria Schneider (1.2.7) French actress (Paris, March 27, 1952 – 3 February 2011)
William Shatner (1.2.11) born on March 22, 1931, Canadian actor who gained fame for playing James Tiberius Kirk of the USS Enterprise in the television show Star Trek from 1966 to 1969 and in seven of the subsequent movies.
Quentin Tarantino (1.2) American director, writer, and producer (Knoxville, Tennessee, March 27, 1963)
LITERATURE & PHILOSOPHY
Hans Christian Andersen (1.2.9, Uranus cjn MC) April 2, 1805 – August 4, 1875, Danish author and poet, most famous for his fairy tales.
Baroness Karen von Blixen-Finecke (1.2.6, Pluto cjn Moon, Uranus cjn Asc, Saturn cjn MC) April 17, 1885 – September 7, 1962) Danish author also known under her pen name Isak Dinesen, best known for Out of Africa, and Babette’s Feast.
Jean Carteret (1.2.3, Neptune/Pluto cjn Asc) born March 27, 1906 in Charleville-Mézières, died in 1980, French astrologer, poet and writer.
René Descartes (1.2.10, Uranus/Pluto cjn Sun) March 31, 1596 – February 11, 1650, highly influential French philosopher, mathematician, scientist, and writer, dubbed the “Founder of Modern Philosophy”, and the “Father of Modern Mathematics”.
Émile Durkheim (1.2.10, PLuto cjn Moon) April 15, 1858 – November 15, 1917,French sociologist whose contributions were instrumental in the formation of sociology and anthropology.
Maxim Gorky (1.2.10) Russian author (Nizhny Novgorod, March 28, 1868 – June 18, 1936)
Tama Janowitz (1.2.9) born April 12, 1957, American novelist and a short story writer.
Ernst Jünger (1.2.4) German writer (29 March 1895 – 17 February 1998)
“Today only the person who no longer believes in a happy ending, only he who has consciously renounced it, is able to live. A happy century does not exist; but there are moments of happiness, and there is freedom in the moment.” ― Ernst Jünger, The Glass Bees.
Washington Irving (1.2.8) April 3, 1783 – November 28, 1859, American author of the early 19th century. Best known for his short stories “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” and “Rip Van Winkle”
Yann Moix (1.2.10, Saturn cjn Sun) born March 31, 1968 in Nevers, French author, journalist, poet and director.
Aleandro Baldi (Greve in Chianti, 11 April 1959) Italian singer songwriter.
Richard Blackmore, (born 14 April 1945) English guitarist, founding member of both Deep Purple and Rainbow and currently a member of the band Blackmore’s Night.
Goran Bregović (born March 22, 1950) Bosnian musician from Sarajevo and one of the most recognizable modern composers of the Balkans.
Cornelius Nyungura, known as Corneille (1.2.3) German born Rwandan francophone singer.
Herbert Grönemeyer (born April 12, 1956 in Göttingen) German musician and actor, popular in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Matthew Healy (born 8 April 1989) English musician, best known as the lead singer and guitarist for the indie rock band The 1975.
Roger Hodgson (1.2.4) born 21 March 1950, in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, British vocalist and musician, one of the founding members of the progressive rock group Supertramp.
Sir Elton John CBE (1.2.9, Neptune cjn MC) born on 25 March 1947, multiple Grammy and Academy Award-winning English pop/rock singer, composer and pianist.
Norah Jones (1.2.9) American musician (Brooklyn, New York, March 30, 1979).
Carl Perkins (April 9, 1932 – January 19, 1998) American pioneer of rockabilly music.
Diana Ross (1.2.8) born Diane Ernestine Earle Ross on March 26, 1944, American singer and actress, whose musical repertoire spans R&B, soul, disco, and pop. Ross first gained prominence as lead of the successful girl group The Supremes, before establishing a successful solo career in 1970.
Gil Scott-Heron (April 1, 1949 – May 27, 2011) American poet, musician, and author known primarily for his work as a spoken word performer.
Brian Setzer (born April 10, 1959 in Massapequa, Long Island, New York, American guitarist, singer and songwriter.
Nikos Skalkottas (1.2) Greek composer (Chalcis, March 21, 1904 – 19 September 1949)
Franco Tozzi (Rodi Garganico, 26 March1944) Italian singer.
Pharrell Williams (born April 5, 1973) American producer, singer, rapper, and songwriter, one half of the production duo The Neptunes (with Chad Hugo) with whom he produces hip-hop, R&B and pop music.
Leon Blum (1.2.4, Neptune cjn Sun, Uranus cjn Asc) 9 April 1872–30 March 1950, French politician, was the Prime Minister of France three times: from 1936 to 1937, for one month in 1938, and from December 1946 to January 1947.
Mary Tudor (1.2.5) March 18, 1496 – June 25, 1533, the younger sister of Henry VIII of England and queen consort of France due to her marriage to Louis XII.
Dr. Wernher von Braun (1.2.3, Pluto cjn Asc) March 23, 1912 – June 16, 1977, one of the leading figures in the development of rocket technology in Germany and the United States.
G. R. S. Mead (1.2), Sun Aries, Moon Taurus, born in Nuneaton, Warwickshire (D5-7-6), 22 March 1863, died 28 September 1933, author, editor, translator, and influential member of the Theosophical Society, founder of the Quest Society. Among his works: The World Mystery (1895), Plotinus (1895), Orpheus (1896), Pistis Sophia (1896), one of the best translations and commentary available on this major Gnostic text, Fragments of a Faith Forgotten (1900), Thrice Greatest Hermes (1906). He was the first modern scholar of Gnostic tradition.
Elton John (AS Sagittarius); Quentin Tarantino; René Descartes (AS Leo); Diana Ross (AS Scorpio); Andy Garcia; Hans Christian Andersen (AS Sagittarius); Marcel Marceau (AS Gemini); Gregory Peck (AS Gemini); Ernst Junger (AS Cancer); William Shatner (AS Capricorn); Werner von Braun (AS Gemini); Maxim Gorky (AS Capricorn); Karen Blixen (AS Virgo).
Dorothy Tennant (1.2), nata il 22 marzo 1855, Sole in Ariete, Luna in Toro, pittrice inglese
Edward Steichen, (1.2) 27 marzo 1879, fotografo e pittore lussemburghese († 1973)
STATE OF AKIRWA
1-2 NATION OF ALRAFIAB
Alrafiab, formally Rafiah Pradhinah, is located in the south-west side of the peninsula, including the peninsula of Alkrob.
This is the nation of the first historical settlements and of the most ancient port town, Al Rafio, current capital, which takes its name from the national hero saint, Rafio, the hero who established the first settlements.
In the context of the Akirwa’s rough climatic scenario, Alrafiab is blessed with a mild weather and generous, abundant vegetation, which is also a feature of most of South-West Akirwa.
When the Pioneers emerged into Kirway they met all kinds of difficulties and ordeals. Once they reached the area of Alrafiab, they had the chance to rest and establish the first settlements.
Rafio is particularly famed for its drumming healing and empowering qualities for it was blessed by the Pristine Appearance of Rata Sahe Pah Sadoh, the Totem Spirit of Sector 2. Moreover, this Nation holds the keys of the mysteries regarding all primal issues on human one-to-one relationships. Hence this is the ideal place to journey for those who intend to receive no-nonsense, direct and unexpurgated guidance on the topic.
|1.2.1||Archduchy of Lower Alkrob||Arch of Alkrob||4,600,000|
|1.2.2||Archduchy of Higher Alkrob||Arch of Rafib||6,500,000|
|1.2.12||Admiral Krob||Apern Ambuko||3,900,000|
Alrafiaban: Arvo, Albedo, Alkrob, Aggro, Algenib, Nalrafib, Rafio, Amiro (rich).
Provordo Names: Abbinavo (always new), Achambho (struck by wonder), Adito (Sun), Advito (matchless), Ageho (with no abode), Ailanto (alone), Amano (no mind), Amito (endless), Amiyo (friend), Anado (without sound), Anandeo (lord of bliss), Acanto (without limit), Adatto (without self), Anugito (resonance), Anupamo (unique), Anurago (devotion), Anuvino (small flute), Apantho (without path), Arbindo (lotus), Aranyo (wild), Arhato (conquerer), Astho (trust), Atikramo (transcendence), Atmo (innermost), Atulyo (incomparable), Avinasho (eternal), Nado (sound), Namito (humbleness), Nandano (happiness), Nartano (dancer), Navino (new), Nayano (eyes), Nazo (gracious), Neeravo (silence), Ninado (nature music), Niravo (silence), Nirguno (beyond qualities), Nirmalo (innocence), Nirupo (without form), Nisimo (without limit), Nitamo (everlasting), Nutano (totally new).
Provisional Territorial Units:
PTU REGION D1-2:
Emilia-Romagna, SAN MARINO
Nation of Alrafiab
Baifarl fo Noitan
D1-2: ITALY, EMILIA-ROMAGNA, Bologna [Cc/T/Pm/gs]: Bentivoglio, Casalecchio di Reno [gs], Castel Maggiore, Galliera, Lizzano in Belvedere, Riola di Vergato [gs], Minerbio, Ozzano Emilia, Pianoro, San Lazzaro di Savena, Sasso Marconi,Tolé [gs], Zola Predona, all municipalities except D1-2-10. (2), Borgo Tossignano, Casalfiumanese, Castel del Rio, Dozza, Fontanelice, Imola [Cc], Mordano (10); Ferrara [Cc]: Codigoro, Comacchio, Mezzana, S.Vito Ostellato (1); Reggio Emilia [Cc]: Brescello [Cfc], Canossa [gs], Guastalla [Ccc] (3); Modena [Cc]: Carpi [Cc], Lama Mocogno, Nonantola [Cfc] (4); Ravenna [Cc], Brisighella [gs], Cervia [Ccc], Faenza [Cc], Modigliana [Ccc] (5); Forlì [Cc], Cesena [Cc], Bertinoro [Ccc], Cesenatico [gs], Civitella di Romagna [gs], Longiana, Sarsina [Ccc] (6); Piacenza [Cc], Aguzzano, Bobbio [Ccc], Fiorenzuola (7); Rimini [Cc], San Leo [Ccc], Torriana (8); Parma [Cc], Bardi, Capriolo, Chiaravalle Colomba, Colecchio, Fidenza [Cc], Fontanellato, Fontevivo, Fornivo, Langhirano, Noceto, Salsomaggiore, S.Nicomede, S.Secondo, Soragna, Talignano (9). SAN MARINO, Città di San Marino [Cc/gs] (11), other Castelli (12).
2½-5°Aries; Aries/Taurus; Aries/Mars; 2°Aries44’: Beta Ceti, Deneb Kaitos, Diphda.
Italie Pradesia: Orione Prasamaya (with PDB enclave). AKIRWA, Alrafiab: Al Rafio.
D1-2-1 Emilia-Romagna, Ferrara: (26 comuni), IT-FE (ER)
Ferrara [S1] [1st: province capital, city 30; Ferrara Cathedral (St George) RC Archdiocese; S. Antonio in Polesine, monastery; 2nd: SCS Palazzo dei Diamanti; Palazzo Schifanoia; San Domenico, church] [Girolamo Frescobaldi b; Torquato Tasso r, Girolamo Savonarola b; St George p]
Codigoro [1st: Pomposa Abbey; on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Comacchio [1st: Comacchio Cathedral (St Cassian) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Mizzana [1st: S. Matteo, church, Templar];
San Vito Ostellato [1st: Pieve di S. Vito];
D1-2-2 Emilia-Romagna, Bologna: (53 comuni, excluding seven comuni East of Bologna represented by D1-2-10), IT-BO (ER)
Bologna [S2] [1st: region capital city 7; Bologna Cathedral (St Peter) metropolitan, RC Archdiocese; San Petronio; 2nd: Certosa, cemetery; Madonna di S.Luca; Palazzo Bentivoglio; Basilica of San Domenico; Palazzo Re Enzo; Montagnola; SCS/G Hotel Novecento, Via Santa Margherita, 44° 29′ 33.9″ N, 11° 20′ 22.7″ E; Via Asiago 30; 3rd: SCS/G Piazza Maggiore; St Stephan Basilica, 500, 44° 29′ 31.6″ N] [Giovanni Gozzadini, Guido Reni b; Luigi Galvani brd; Enzo of Sardinia, Giosué Carducci rd; St Petronius p]
Bentivoglio [2nd: Castello]
Casalecchio di Reno [3rd: SCS/G Parco Talon, 44° 28′ 36″ N, 11° 17′ 22″ E; on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Castel Maggiore [2nd: Villa Clara (Trebbo di Reno)]
Galliera [2nd: San Venanzio]
Lizzano in Belvedere [1st: Corno alle Scale, highest peak, 1945m];
Riola di Vergato [2nd: SCS/G Monte Ovolo, 44° 12′ 56.6″ N, 11° 5′ 38.1″ E; Rocchetta Mattei]
Minerbio [2nd: Castello di San Martino (Soverzano)]
Ozzano Emilia [2nd: SCS/G Settefonti];
Pianoro [2nd: Rastignano on-TetL7/RDoL1]
San Giovanni in Persicelo;
San Lazzaro di Savena [2nd: Croara];
Sasso Marconi [Guglielmo Marconi b]
Zola Predosa [2nd: Palazzo Albergati; on-TetL7/RDoL1]
D1-2-3 Emilia-Romagna, Reggio Emilia: (45 comuni), IT-RE (ER)
Reggio Emilia [S3] [1st: province capital city 23; Reggio E. Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese; Templar site] [Ludovico Ariosto b; St Prosper p]
Brescello [1st: Brescello Cathedral (Nativity Blessed Virgin) former cathedral RC Diocese RE]
Canossa [2nd: Canossa Castle; 3rd: SCS/G Casa del Tibet (Votigno di Canossa)]
Castelnovo di Sotto; Correggio;
Guastalla [1st: Guastalla Cathedral (St Peter/Paul) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Montecchio Emilia; Novellara;
D1-2-4 Emilia-Romagna, Modena: (47 comuni), IT-MO (ER)
Modena [1st: province capital city 20; Modena Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; on-TetL7/RDoL1] [St Geminian of Modena p]
Carpi [1st: city 88; Carpi Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Lama Mocogno [2nd: Passo Cento Croci];
Mirandola [Pico della Mirandola b]
Nonantola [1st: Nonantola Abbey (St Sylvester) former RC cathedral territorial abbey];
[1st: Monte Cimone, D1-2 highest peak, 2165m]
D1-2-5 Emilia-Romagna, Ravenna: (18 comuni), IT-RA (ER)
Ravenna [S5] [1st: province capital city 27; Ravenna Cathedral (Resurrection of Our Lord) RC Archdiocese; Basilica of San Vitale, 547, 44° 15′ 0″ N, 12° 6′ 36″ E] [Dante Alighieri d; St Apollinaris] [7.4.3CB b]
Alfonsine [Vincenzo Monti b]
Brisighella [1st: Torre dell’Orologio; on-TetL7/RDoL1; SCS/G]
Cervia [1st: Cervia Cathedral (St Peter) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Faenza [1st: city 114; Faenza Cathedral St Peter) RC Diocese]
Modigliana [1st: Ravenna Cathedral (St Stephen) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Riolo Terme; Russi
D1-2-6 Emilia-Romagna, Forlì – Cesena: (30 comuni), IT-FC (ER)
Cesena [1st: province capital city 49; Cesena Cathedral (St John Baptist) RC Diocese] [St John Baptist p]
Forlì [1st: province capital city 37; Forlì Cathedral (Holy Cross) RC Diocese] [Holy Virgin of the Fire p] [3.4.11EB b]
Bertinoro [1st: Bertinoro Cathedral (St Catherine) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Civitella di Romagna [1st: SCS/G Valpisa]
Longiana; Meldola [1st: Templar site]
Sarsina [1st: Sarsina Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Sogliano al Rubicone [on-TetL7/RDoL1]
D1-2-7 Emilia-Romagna, Piacenza: (48 comuni), IT-PC (ER)
Piacenza [S7] [1st: province capital city 45; Piacenza Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese; Templar site]
Agazzano [1st: Castello];
Bobbio [1st: Bobbio Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese, Last Supper; S. Maria in Monte Penice; St Columba Basilica] [St Columba dp]
Fiorenzuola; Gropparello [2nd: Castello]
D1-2-8 Emilia-Romagna, Rimini: (27 comuni), IT-RN (ER)
Rimini [1st: province capital city 29; Rimini Cathedral (St Francis Assisi) RC Diocese] [Federico Fellini b; St Gaudentius of Rimini p]
San Leo [1st: San Leo Cathedral (St Leo) co-cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Castello] [Cagliostro d]
Torriana [2nd: Castello di Montebello];
D1-2-9 Emilia-Romagna, Parma: (47 comuni), IT-PR (ER)
Parma [S2] [1st: province capital city 21; Parma Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [St John of Parma p]
Ardola i Zibello [1st: S. Rocco, sanctuary]; Bardi [2nd: Castello di Bardi]; Busseto;
Cabriolo [1st: St Thomas Beckett Church, Egyptian];
Chiaravalle della Colomba [1st: Abbey]; Colecchio [1st: Pieve di S. Prospero];
Fidenza [1st: Fidenza Cathedral (St Domninus) RC Diocese, pR; Templar site]
Fontanellato [1st: Rooca dei Sanvitale]; Fontevivo [1st: S. Bernardo, abbey]; Fornovo [1st: S. Maria Assunta, church]; Langhirano [2nd: Castello di Torrechiara]; Noceto [2nd: Rocca]; Salsomaggiore Terme [Gian Domenico Romagnosi b]; San Nicomede [1st: S. Nicomede, church]; San Secondo [1st: S. Genasio, church]; Soragna [2nd: Rocca di Soragna]; Talignano [1st: S. Biagio, church]
D1-2-10 Emilia-Romagna, Bologna: West Romagna (7 comuni in the province of Bologna), IT-BO (ER)
Borgo Tossignano; Casalfiumanese [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Castel del Rio; Dozza; Fontanelice;
Imola [1st: city 86; Imola Cathedral (St Cassian) RC Diocese] [St Cassian of Imola p]
D1-2-11 SAN MARINO, Città di San Marino, SM-07
San Marino [1st: San Marino Cathedral (St Marinus) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Mount Titano, 43° 55′ 42″ N, 12° 27′ 8″ E; SCS/G, on-TetL7/RDoL1]
D1-2-12 SAN MARINO, (eight castelli, excluding Città di San Marino) (SM-07), SM-01 to SM-09
L2 System Division: Emilia-Romagna and San Marino are part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia. Originally within the Padue Bhime Distria, or Orione Bhime Distria, operated by Purve Kirte Samaya (Società Orientale), since 22 March 2012, they constitute Region D1-2, operated by the Felsine Kirte Samaya.
Binary Programme 1 – Pahekarubhe: 1.2 – 310398
Pahekarubhe Tabe: “The power of this binary is to build with courage and determination, with unbending intention and focus. Your task is to build the channel between here and now.”
310398: Arrivo nel cortile della casa e salgo per consultare il file con il simbolo della struttura di base. All’interno vi sono delle carte con il marchio della combinazione: un quadrato con all’interno il marchio di S1. Mi reco da Bimah per mostrargli la mia disponibilità energetica a operare per Quiumakai. Sono piuttosto arrabbiato. Precedentemente ho compiuto ulteriori abbattimenti con la Bandiera Rossa. Mi viene data una pozione rosso-verde. “Si tratta di costruire e agire nel Mondo del Basso e dell’Alto. Quello è il tuo campo di azione. Qui puoi compiere le tue imprese. Fallo tu primariamente e vedi gli effetti che ciò ha sugli altri. Ora puoi andare sulla collina di S1 che ancora non hai visitato.” Mi sposto lungo un pendio ripieno di rocce taglienti. E’ pressoché desertico a parte qualche fiore o pianta coraggiosa. Ho con me la Bandiera Rossa che pianto sulla cima. Quando la bandiera sventola c’è una situazione di emergenza a Quiumakai. In questo momento c’è tale situazione e tutti i Guerrieri sono radunati. Pronuncio l’Intento Si tratta di costruire un canale di collegamento tra Quiumakai e il Mondo di Mezzo in modo che ciò che viene costruito qui possa avere effetti nel Mondo di Mezzo. Ciò costituisce le fondamenta di Pahai. E’ anche in rapporto con il Tulah di S6. Questo canale ha a girare attorno alle 12 colline di Quiumakai. All’entrata del canale è impresso il marchio della struttura di base e quello di Quiumakai. “Questo è il potere della combinazione: quello di dare forma con coraggio e ardore, con testardaggine e irremovibilità. Il tuo compito è quello di costruire in Quiumakai questo canale durante il corso dell’intero ciclo. Al termine Pahai sarà ben assestato.” Ricevo poi la visione del Sadoh di S2 con tamburo e battente.
Il giorno 24 novembre 1990 visito la nazione di Rafiah, la celeberrima terra dei primi insediamenti storici dello Stato di Kirway. Nell’impervio contesto climatico della penisola di Kirway, Rafiah gode di un clima mite e di una vegetazione estremamente florida e generosa, caratteristica in vero di buona parte dei territori della penisola sud e centro occidentale. Approdo all’antico porto di El Rafi, la capitale dedicata all’omonimo santo eroe guerriero nazionale, e in seguito procedo verso la base di ammaestramento di El Rehi.
In Rafiah dimora il mio parallelo marziano, così come nella nazione di Trentiana di De Kruz, e qui posso librare la sua feroce e sensuale potenza. Affronto le mie prede con una sensualità esagerata, irrorandole di un’energia penetrante, selvaggia e inarrestabile. Evidenzio la contrapposizione verso S6, in cui ero precedentemente, e tutta la tendenza a trattenere l’energia marziana in una rete di obblighi morali, mentali e religiosi.
Una prima inedita esibizione della potenza Rafiahna ha luogo a Poona nel dicembre 1990 ed è fonte di grande successo nel gruppo. In seguito (marzo 1991), esperisco un’ulteriore velleità marziana nel corso di un programma di una rete televisiva italiana. Orgoglioso mostro in diretta la carta rossa del pianeta Marte e mi avventuro a parlare dell’energia marziana in un contesto che, seppure apparentemente del tutto inadeguato, finisce con l’esserne travolto. Dopo una fase di congelamento, l’energia di S1 irrompe ancora con la mia visita ad uno dei menhir di Giurdignano in Puglia (060792).