5/11 – Leo/Aquarius
Binary Number: 59
Degrees: 15°-17°½- Leo
Moon Phase: full moon
Handorian Reference: State of Harte, Realm of Lenning Ray
Binary Spirit: Surahim Uriah
Provisional Territorial Unit: Region D5-11, England, North East England
In the Astroshamanic Binary System Sun in Leo (5) and Moon in Aquarius (11) constitute Binary 5.11, or Binary number 59.
The Sun in Leo and the Moon in Aquarius form an aspect of opposition (180°), combining two fixed signs opposing each other. This brings about a major capacity of focus between two natures operating in distinct fields, which can either cause extreme tension or manifest amazing creative achievements. This is a Full Moon Binary, with the Moon being on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun.
This combination blends fixed fire with fixed air, holding Leo’s warmth, generosity and vitality with Aquarius’s originality, rebelliousness and collective consciousness. Those who resonate with this combination are highly extroverted and goal-oriented types, with a spontaneous capacity to shoot into the public arena mainly motivated by humanitarian, creative and revolutionary intents. 5.11 integrates the separated identity, which is the limited idea we have of ourselves as individuals, or our personal script, with our multidimensional identity, or who we are in the context of the whole. On one side our personal script is amplified in Leo through the acknowledgments we receive by others, while with Aquarius, the focus shifts to the collective, the community or the group. Here relationships are seen for what they can offer for the benefit of the community and the larger reality.
Qualities: originality, invention, independence, freedom, charisma.
Grievances: arrogance, defiance, agitation.
The Full Moon in Aquarius and Lammas exemplify the co-existence of the climax of warmth and luminosity, exuberance and life, with the apex of darkness and coldness, withdrawal and death.
This Full Moon heralds and celebrates imminent changes, including all the implications of 21 December 2012.
When life reaches its peak of light on one side, death and the peak of darkness thrives on the other. The two polarities are part of the same whole. They can only exist together, and we will always be separated until we learn to incorporate them simultaneously in our life.
For long conflicts between polarities have been the major cause of affliction and humiliation. As we move into a planetary path of spiritual reawakening it is vital to acknowledge the wounds produced by gender separation, strenuously promoting ways to heal them so as to retrieve our original unity.
In this respect, considerable developments appear to take place in the contemporary world, unveiling the potential for a momentous shift of consciousness and, what has been described as, a major release and acceleration process.
Each human being, no matter how conditioned or unaware, is an inherent part of the web of life. This means that together with his-her personality, or ego, he-she experiences the interaction with a united self, or Core Multidimensional Identity (CMI), who is his-her true self.
When two or more individuals join together with the intent of giving creative space to their true nature, they amplify the access to the web of life and the unity of human consciousness. These networks create the conditions for producing radical healing shifts in human values and priorities.
With the Full Moon in Aquarius, which in the the basic shifts involve: fully acknowledging the issues, allowing each party to have total expression and space to expose grievances, without rushing a resolution of the issues themselves. This implies that transparency and the availability to listen are the first steps in healing, together with the capacity of translating personal history into collective history, which means thinking in terms of the collective, instead of the personal, and identifying with the global community.
The Full Moon is a dynamic and extremely thrilling moment, portraying the major elements of the power struggles between polarities, while also holding the climax and fulfilment of the original state of unity.
Each lunar cycle starts with the New Moon and reaches its climax with the Full Moon. At New Moon, both the Sun and the Moon are conjunct. Hence, they are in a condition to experience their pristine unity and formulate a common Intent.
The general question to explore here is: “What do I truly want?” or “What is my Intent?” The sign where the Moon is located at the initial New Moon, which in this case is Leo, colours the answer.
Hence, in the current lunar cycle based on Leo, or Sector 5, areas of primary focus may be: self-expression, creativity, play, performance, power, or the golden quest for our authentic Intent and its open display on the stage of life. Questions more specific to this lunation are: “What do I choose to create? What have I chosen to create so far? What am I called to display on the stage of life? How can I express my inherited talents in the present? What can I generously and playfully dispense to the world? Shall I take the risk of embracing what I truly cherish right now?”
On a New Moon I can receive authentic and honest answers, based on the simultaneous availability of both the solar and lunar energy. On a Full Moon whatever was conceived during the New Moon, calls for direct exposure and accomplishment. Hence, this is the moment when I confront myself with the practical implications of the questions and answers. This is the ideal time for manifestation!
I wish you a most energizing Full Moon! This event culminates when the Sun in Leo opposes the Moon in Aquarius. The major dynamics of this process will however be active at least one day before and after exact Full Moon.
The key of this Full Moon in Aquarius is exemplified by the Epic of the Holy Grail, and the parallel Epic of the Sacred Cone, the search for our primal multi-dimensional identity and its fragmented pieces, which is the quest for who we really are. As a result, the energy of Leo and Aquarius combined bring light both into what has already been accomplished in terms of identity – i.e. the understanding I have of myself, including the gifts I bring to, and receive from, the world, and also my family and tribal consciousness – and into the awareness of the longing for essential missing parts.
This reawakens the spirit of the quest, which implies provisionally leaving what is familiar in order to explore long forgotten territories and retrieve a wider definition of who we are. Here, this Full Moon highlights the multi-dimensional perspective and the rebellious shift of consciousness that brings true change. It is a process we carry out cyclically in our lives. We forsake the security of our tribe and depart for an extensive voyage. Then, after all kinds of challenges and enterprises, we return, sharing the gifts we have acquired with the original tribe, connecting our individual journey with the collective. At this stage, time is needed to integrate the new with the old, to help it ground and serve the environment, to receive a blessing from one’s tribe and regain full citizenship. Next, we may leave again on a further quest.
The combination 5.11 sheds light on your role in the above Epic. Here, the house position of the Sun at Full Moon (10° Leo 15′) in your astrological chart may indicate the nature of this role, where you intend to go and what gifts you are called to bestow or retrieve on your quest. The house position of the Moon at Full Moon (10° Aquarius 15′) in your chart identifies the area where you can tread a rebellious path, operating with integrity no matter what others think of you. Here you can also detect areas that benefit your beloved ones, from whom you may receive blessings and unconditional support. The awareness of this support is essential on the quest for it allows nourishment and power in times of adversity.
Full Moons inevitably confront with the sphere of relationships and whatever has remained unconscious in that domain. One element to bear in mind is that relationships are unavoidable. Hence, in this context, “being in a relationship” is inescapable and cannot be identified as an intention.
We are all involved in relationships, whether we are aware of it or not, and what truly counts is defining the intent of such relationships, i.e. what are we actually doing together? If I am choosing to be in a relationship merely because I do not like to be alone, my intent becomes that of “being in a relationship”, which proves that I am missing the whole perspective. If, on the other hand, I acknowledge the relationships I am already in and consciously decide to use them for a specific intent, I move into a completely different paradigm. As a result, new relationships can develop and old ones can transform themselves.
Here, I indeed release the encoding of our separated reality and enter into the gateway to the core multi-dimensional identity. The Full Moon in Aquarius deeply resonates with this shift of awareness, stimulating revolutionary changes and promoting major healing innovations in the field of relationships.
Astroshamanic Seal: an X shape intercepted through the centre by a vertical line culminating with a rectangular form surmounted by three semi-circles. This seal promotes multidimensional leaps and most daring enterprises connecting our ordinary reality with parallel universes, the earth with the starry sky, the characters we play in life and the true identities of the actors who play them. The vision involves a knight king riding a horse and reaching the peak of a mountain, the point where the sky can be touched. In his hands he holds a golden Sacred Cone and a sword. The knight king rises his hands towards the sky and then he lowers them towards the earth. He dispenses light, which he receives from the heart, up and down, sky and earth, above and below. His light is available for all. It is his heart’s joy which bestows the light. It teaches to open the heart and shed light on all aspects off life, especially those who appears most extreme. It promotes the release of all conflicts, filling the gap between polarities with love and light.
Rangjung Rigpe Dorje, 16th Karmapa Lama (5.11) Tibetan religious figure (full moon in Aquarius, August 14, 1924–November 5, 1981) spiritual leader of the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. See: 16th Karmapa, The Lion’s Roar (DVD), link
Jean-Baptiste Greuze, (5.11) French painter (1725-1805)
Robert Stone, (5.11.4) American novelist, born 1937
Keith Carradine, (5.11.3) American actor, born 1949
Melanie Griffith, (5.11.2) American actress. Golden Globe winner for her performance in the 1988 film Working Girl. She is the daughter of actress Tippi Hedren, and the wife of actor Antonio Banderas, born 1957
Jacquie O’Sullivan, (5.11) British singer (Bananarama), born 1960
Ambroise Thomas, (5.11.7) French opera composer (1811-1896)
John Galsworthy, (5.11.9) Nobel Prize Laureate (1867-1933). The Forsyte Saga
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, (5.11.8) English composer (1875-1912)
Rupert Brooke, (5.11.11) English poet (1887-1915)
John Huston, (5.11) American director (1906-1987). The Maltese Falcon (1941), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948), Key Largo (1948), The Asphalt Jungle (1950), The African Queen (1951), Moulin Rouge (1952), The Misfits (1961), and The Man Who Would Be King (1975), The Bible: In The Beginning
Hugues Aufray, (5.11.6) French singer, born 1929
Henry Ford, (5.11.6) American industrialist (1863-1947)
Peter Bogdanovich, (5.11.12) American film director. The Last Picture Show (1939-1971)
Kate Bush, (5.11) English singer-songwriter, born 1958
Neal McCoy, (5.11) American singer-songwriter and humanitarian, born 1958
Bruce Beresford, (5.11) Australian film director, born 1940
John Conlee, (5.11.12) American country music singer, born 1946
Jonathan Franzen, (5.11) American author. Freedom, born 1959
David Koresh, (5.11.7) American cult leader (1959-1993) Waco Siege
Timothy Hutton, (5.11) American actor, born 1960
Jacqueline Susann, (5.11.11) American novelist (1918-1974). Valley of the Dolls
Betty Davis, (5.11) American funk, rock and soul singer, born 1945
Andrei Konchalovsky, (5.11) Russian film director, born 1937
Alicia Witt, (5.11.9) American actress, born 1975
Provisional Territorial Unit:
PTU REGION D5-11: Scottish Highlands
D5-11-1 Aberdeenshire, GB-ABD: Aberdeen, Aberdeen City, GB-ABE Aberdeen City: Aberdeen [1st: City 1891, St Mary’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Aberdeen; 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Aberdeen; St Machar Cathedral, CS; Battle of Aberdeen, 1644]
Banff and Buchan: Lonmay [1st: stone circle]; [2nd: Deer Abbey, 1219]; Old Deer [1st: Loudon Wood, stone circle]; Peterhead
Formantine: Auchterless [1st: Logie Newton stone circle]; Foveran [1st: Hill of Fiddes, stone circle]; Inverkeithny [1st: Backhill of Drachlaw, stone circle]; Tarves [1st: stone circle];
Garioch: Daviot [1st: Loanhead stone circle; Newcraig stone circle]; Echt [2nd: Cullerlie Stone Circle]; Insch [1st: stone circle]; Inverurie [2nd: Easter Aquhorthies Stone Circle]; Kintore [1st: stone circle]
Marr: [1st: Balmoral Castle; 2nd: Braemar Castle, on-YinL41-16]; Alford [2nd: Greystone, Stone circle; North Strone, stone circle]; Banchory [2nd: Esslie Stone Circle]; Crimond [1st: Netherton stone circle]; Monymusk [1st: Whitehill stone circle]; Rhynie [1st: Upper Ord, stone circle]; Tarland [2nd: Tomnaverie Stone Circle; Melgum Lodge]
Kincardine & Mearns: [2nd: Crathes Castle (nr Banchory), 1500, 4km-TetL8, RDoL8]
D5-11-2 ANGUS, GB-ANS: Forfar, Dundee City, GB-DND
Forfar [on-YinL41-16, 2nd: Dunnichen Hill, battle, 685]; Arbroath; Edzell [1st: Dalhousie Arch; stone circle]
Dundee City: Dundee [1st: City 1889, 1okm-YinL41-16, St Andrew’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Dunkeld; St Paul’s Cathedral, SEC Diocese of Brechrin]
D5-11-3 Perth & Kinross, GB-PKN: Perth
Perth [1st: on-BalL11-55(1), Cathedral of St Ninian, SEC Diocese of St Andrews]; Comrie [2nd: Cultybraggan RGHQ; Balmuick stone circle]; Crieff [1st: stone circle]; Fortingall [3rd: SCS Fortingall Yew, oldest tree in Europe] [Pontius Pilate b]; Killiecrankie [2nd: Battle of Killiecrankie, 1689]; Methwen [2nd: Battle of Methwen, 1306]; Pitlochry [1st: stone circle]; Scone [1st: Stone of Destiny, Scottish kings, 843, 56° 35′ 52.4″ N, 4° 3′ 19.48″ W; 4km-BalL11-55(1)]; [1st: Ben Lawers, highest point, 1241 m; Croft Moraig, Stone circle, 2850BC]
D5-11-4 Argyll & Bute, GB-AGB
Oban, Lorn & Mull: Bunessan [1st: stone circle]; Craignure [1st: Torosay Castle; stone circle]; Iona [3rd: SCS/G Iona, Monastic, Abbey, Hut circle, St Columba, 600, 56° 20′ 0″ N, 6° 25′ 0″ W]; Oban [1st: St Columba’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Argyll and the Isles; St John’s Cathedral, SEC Diocese of Argyll and the Isles]
D5-11-5 Argyll & Bute, GB-AGB: Lochgilphead
Mid Argyll, Kintyre & Islay: Lochgilphead
Bute & Cowal: Kilmartin [1st: Temple Wood, Stone circle, 1750 BC, 56° 7′ 27.58″ N, 5° 29′ 47.61″ W]; Kingarth [1st: stone circle]; Kintyre [2nd: Ballochroy, Stone circle, 1800 BC, 55° 42′ 35.24″ N, 5° 37′ 11.21″ W];
Helensburg & Lomond:
D5-11-6 Eilean Siar/Lewis, GB-ELS: Stornoway
Stornoway [1st: Callanish, Stone circle, 1800 BC, 58° 12′ 0″ N, 6° 44′ 24″ W, 7km-UvgL43-24-18, OctL43-24-18]; Harris [1st: stone circle]
D5-11-7 Highland, GB-HLD: Skye and Lochalsh
D5-11-8 Moray, GB-MRY: Elgin
Elgin [1st: Elgin Cathedral, RC, ruins; Pluscarden Abbey, RC monastery; 2nd: PrO PraMandir, Grand Society of Northern Scotland] [3.1.4ES]; Alves [2nd: Quarrelwood]; Burghead [1st: Burghead Well]; Fochabers [2nd: Gordon Castle, 1470, sacred tree: yash; Ben Macdui, no.2 UK highest point, 1309 m]; Findhorn [on-TetL8/RDoL8, 3rd: SCS/G The Park, Findhorn Foundation]; Forres [on-TetL8/RDoL8, 3rd: SCS/G Cluny Hill College, 57° 36′ 40.5″ N, 3° 36′ 38.6″ W; SCS/G; Cluny Hill; Randolph’s Leap]; Grantown-on-Spey; Hopeman [3rd SCS/G Primrose Bay]; Inveravon [1st: Lagmore stone circle]; Kinloss [2nd: RAF Kinloss]; Lossiemouth [4km-YanL33-23]; Milltown of Rothiemay [1st: stone circle]; Rafford [1st: Templestone stone circle]; Rothes; Urquhart [1st: Stanes of Urquhart, stone circle]
D5-11-9 Orkney Islands, GB-ORK: Kirkwall
Kirkwall [1st: Maeshowe, Cairn, 3000BC, 58° 57′ 36″ N, 3° 13′ 26.4″ W; Dwarfie Stane, Burial stone, 3000BC; Skara Brae, Settlement, 3000BC, 59° 2′ 55″ N, 3° 20′ 35″ W; 2nd: Mid Howe, Cairn, 3000BC; 3rd: Ring of Brodgar, Stone circle, 2500BC, 59° 0′ 7.2″ N, 3° 13′ 43.32″ W]; Lamb Holm [1st: Italian Chapel]
D5-11-10 Highland, Badenoch and Strathprey, Locahber, Nairn, GB-HLD: Inverness
Badenoch and Strathprey:
Inverness: Inverness [1st: City 2000, Inverness Cathedral (of St Andrew) SEC Diocese of Inverness; 2nd: SCS/G Clava Cairn, Stone circle, cairn, 3000BC, 57° 28′ 25.21″ N, 4° 4′ 27.66″ W, 8km-BalL11-55(1), 9km-YinL41-16; Battle of Culloden, 1746, 57° 28′ 42″ N, 4° 5′ 51″ W; Castle Stuart, 1561]; Aviemore [1st: stone circle]; Fort Augustus [3rd: SCS/G Loch Ness]
Lochaber: [1st: Ben Nevis, 1343 m]; Glen Coe [2nd: Massacre of Glencoe, 1692, 56° 39′ 45″ N, 5° 3′ 25″ W] [Ossian b]; Fort William; Kingussie
D5-11-11 Highland, Caithness, Ross and Cromarty, Sutherland, GB-HLD:
[UVG11 (Loch More) 58° 16’ 47” N, 4° 47’ 59” W]
Caithness: Latheron [1st: stone circle]; Thurso; Wick
Ross & Cromarty: Cromarty; Dingwall; Fortrose; Invergordon; Tain
Sutherland: Dornoch; Lairg [1st: Druim Baile Fiur, stone circle]; Rogart [1st: Croc An Laith-Bhaid, stone circle]
D5-11-12 Shetland Islands, GB-ZET: Lerwick
L2 System Division: Region D5-11 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is within the Secondary Jurisdictions of the Invere Bhime Prasamaya (Grand Society of Northern Scotland).
Lenngni Portal: H5-11, Lenning High
Lenning Portal: D5-11-8
Handorian States Reference:
State of Harte, Realm of Lenningy – 5.11
Lenningy, also known as Lenning Ray, is one of the greatest and populated metropolitan realms of the State of Harte, and undoubtedly the most popular in the Game of the Sacred Cone. Together with Tudor, Lenning was one of the main supporters of the voyage into the Last Frontier.
It is during the legendary contest between Tudor and Lenning in the Central Stadium of Hartem City, that Handor chanted its unprecedented epic song, inviting the two best teams of the Handorian States to form a special squad aimed at moving beyond the Last Frontier.
One of the most widely supported teams in the Handorian States System, Lenning has achieved the greatest triumphs in the Handorian States Super League. The team was so powerful that it was later agreed to divide it into three teams, Lenning Central, Lenning City and Lenning Hotel. Lenning is located in the south-east area of Harte, and is a huge metropolis abundant with multi-levelled roads and huge buildings and structures.
Ekirleny (5.11.8) is the celebrated borderline with the State of Akirwa, also known as the Hard Shoulder.
The capital is Lenning Ray (5.11.11).
The Sovereign Authority of Lenning has the title of Lord Lenning.
Lenningian people are the heroic liberators of the Handorian States System. As a result, they figure prominently in the Handorian Interspace System, and in all key zones of the Grey Sphere.
Lenning is also renowned for the its healing qualities as regards third-dimensional ailments, with its prestigious clinics in Lenningheal and the Random Heal Hotel in Lenningray (5.11.11)
5-11-1 RAW NORTHLENY (Elberden City), Lenningy Hill, R.Suurka, Right Atrium
Aberdeen City, Aberdeen; Aberdeenshire (Banff and Buchan, Gordon, Kincardine, Deeside)
5-11-2 EARL NORTHLENY, R.Suurra
Angus, Dundee City:
5-11-3 LENNING CENTRAL (Lenning Central), Lenning Central Arena, R.Suurma, Left Atrium
Perth & Kinross
5-11-4 RUBY, R.Suurqu
Argyll & Bute: Mull (Mull, Iona)
5-11-5 ERDOL, LENNING CITY, R.Suursu
Argyll & Bute: Argyll (excluding Mull), Bute
5-11-6 RASCAL (Lenway), R.Suurks
5-11-7 LENFINY (Raphael), R.Suurat, Ecstasy
5-11-8 EKIRLENY (Edgehill), Emmanuel, R.Suurha, Easthard Shoulderby
5-11-9 ROSEBERRY (Edge City), R.Suurni, Right Aurical
5-11-10 RETURFLENY (Envernally), Earl Ritual, R.Suursa
Highland: Caithness, Ross and Cromarty, Sutherland,
5-11-11 LENNING RAY (Rosary City) + LENNING RAY, Lenning Heal, R.Suurur, Random Heal Hotel
Highland: Inverness-shire, Nairnshire
5-11-12 ROYAL EFFIGY (East Rectory), R.Suurta