5 10 c copy5/10 – Leo/Capricorn
Binary Number: 58
Degrees: 12½-15° Leo
Aspect: quincunx
Moon Phase: gibbous
Handorian Reference: State of Harte, Realm of Hillawark
Binary Spirit: Surahim Sauter
Provisional Territorial Unit: Region D5-10, England, North-West England.

In the Astroshamanic Binary System Sun in Leo (5) and Moon in Capricorn (10) constitute Binary 5.10, or Binary number 58.

This is a blend of fixed fire and cardinal earth. The pattern Sun in Leo and Moon in Capricorn mixes Leo’s warmth, generosity and vitality with Capricorn’s ambition, discipline and determination.

Those who resonate with this combination have a vivid clarity regarding their goals and the capacity to strenuously manifest major results. They may expose a joyful, beaming and playful attitude, while simultaneously radiating unbending integrity and purpose. Their public impact and repute in the marketplace is impressive, as well as their ability to climb the ladder of success. All they need to do in this respect is to fully embrace their veritable life calling and let it shine spontaneously, accepting the right to employ all the necessary resources, being available to manipulate physical forms so as to attain the desired goal and feeling entitled to rule as vicarious representative of the solar power.

Leo and Capricorn are in quincunx aspect, an angle of 150°, which is five-twelfths of the 360°. This aspect tends to cause slides into parallel universes affecting what happens in your everyday reality. The influence can be moderate, yet in some circumstances rather abrupt. Depending on the multidimensional conscious openness of the elements involved it can be experienced in harmonious or disharmonious ways.

Qualities: ambition, authority, thoroughness, leadership

Grievances: dominance, manipulation, control, callousness.

During this binary the Moon is still Gibbous Moon, though it is gradually approaching the Full Moon. If the first days of the Gibbous Moon have provided harmony, ease and effective work, this is a time of anticipation for the upcoming challenges of the Full Moon. You may start to identify some areas drawing attention and requiring action. This could be either the best time to undertake action, with the desired outcome climaxing with the Full Moon, or to acquire the necessary resources so as to act on the Full Moon itself.

Astroshamanic Seal: a sun touched by the fingers of a being. The seal exemplifies the power to manifest one’s intent through the Sun.
The Way of Solar Discipline

The term discipline comes from Latin discere “to learn” and discipulus “learner”. Hence, it has no original reference to obeying rules, controlling or punishing.

Discipline merely implies the availability to learn through experience. It is not about adhering to a specific doctrine or system of knowledge. This is not discipline, it is the way the separated reality, i.e. the Human Arbitrary Configuration (HAC), programmes human beings. We call it here HAC encoding, which involves acquiring the capacity of reproducing information and applies to processing units, computers, androids and, alas, ordinary human beings.

This is the way of HAC, the advocate of encoding, and a capricious connotation of discipline. Here discipline means control and repression, which are ways of separating something from something else.

True discipline is experiential learning. Unless I experience something, I will not be able to learn it. No matter what I have been told about something and what ideas, emotions, feelings I hold about it, if I have not thoroughly gone through it, there is no learning. As a result, the lesson will hang around in a waiting chamber. I can provisionally ignore that chamber and choose to reside in a sheltered room. I can pretend other chambers do not even exist, glorifying the integrity of my sheltered room, with all its idols and gadgets. Yet, those who are hanging around in the waiting chamber will sooner or later get upset, and at a certain point burst out and invade my sheltered room.

Discipline is a learning process only when it comes out of direct experience. There are millions of books, movies and people telling me what to do or not to do, what things are good or bad. Discipline means putting aside this information and facing direct experience.

Discipline has to come from my centre, the solar plexus zone, linking me to the Great Tree of the spine, reaching upward through the heart and downward into the roots of my being.

This is solar discipline, the way of 5.10. When discipline comes from someone else, then I am being encoded. Hence, I become a processing unit, a HAC laptop, an android, a fully certified arbitrary human being.

This is how I gain citizenship in HAC. Not surprisingly, pragmatic shamans, like 5.10 ones, are aware that this is a prerequisite. Hence, they do not challenge the encoding system. On the contrary, they use it to their advantage, employing it to promote true discipline and learning, using whatever they find at hand to sustain their intent. Concisely, they accept to be encoded so as to access HAC. Once they are fully integrated, they can then manipulate its resources according to their original intent, which is indeed one of solar discipline.

5.10 shamans are champions of solar discipline, which is the educational way of sacred selfishness. This implies being madly in love with myself, for I am indeed the closest learning device, the primary source of direct experience. If I am unable to acknowledge and learn from myself, if I cannot contact and love the closest zone, which is me, there is no way in which I can reach other beings or dimensions. All I can do is pretending to reach or love them, which is precisely the major policy of HAC. This is the encoding. This is the sheltered room, with my true self hanging around in the waiting chamber. Hence, in the solar discipline plan everything is organized.

The time of the appointment has been set and nobody is waiting in vain.
Celebrities with 5.10:

Pope Clement XI (5.10) (1649-1721)

Napoleon Bonaparte, (5.10.8) Corsican-born French military officer and dictator (1769-1821)

Dino Campana, (5.10.9) Italian poet (1885-1932)

John Bosco, (5.10.10) Italian priest and educator, Catholic saint (1815-1888)

Henry Moore, (5.10.11) English sculptor (1898-1986)

Gene Kelly, (5.10.6) American dancer and actor (23 August 1912, d. 1996)

Barbara Eden, (5.10.4) American actress and singer, born 23 August 1934.

Nicholas Ray, (5.10.12) American director and scenarist (1911-1979). Rebel Without a Cause.

Makarios III, (5.10.12) Archbishop and first President of Cyprus (1913-1977)

Dino De Laurentiis, (5.10.4) Italian film producer (1919-2010).

Daniel Keyes, (5.10) American author. Flowers for Algernon (born 1927)

Bill Evans, (5.10) American jazz pianist (1929-1980)

Ian Gillan, (5.10.9) English singer (Deep Purple), born 1945

Connie Stevens, (5.10) American singer and actress, born 1938

Joe Jackson, (5.10.5) English singer, born 1954

Andrew Garfield, (5.10) American actor, born 1983

Mika, (5.10.11) Lebanese/British musician, born 1983
Provisional Territorial Unit:
North West England

D5-10-1 CUMBRIA, GB-CMA: Carlisle
Carlisle: Carlisle [1st: City TI, Carlisle Cathedral, CE Diocese of Carlisle; 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Carlisle, SCS] [9.10.8DH]
Eden: Penrith [1st: Nine Standards Rigg (nr Kirkby Stephen); 2nd: Long Megg and Her Daughters, Stone circle, 1700BC, 54° 43′ 40.58″ N, 2° 40′ 3.54″ W]; Barton [1st: The Cockpit, stone circle]; Mallerstang [1st: Pendragon Castle, on-BalL11-55(1)]; Shap [1st: stone circle]; Troutbeck [1st: stone circle];
D5-10-2 CHESHIRE, GB-CHS: Cheshire East: Sandbach
Sandbach [1st: Alderley Edge, Arthur]; Baddington [2nd: Hack Green, secret nuclear bunker]; Crewe [2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Crewe]; Macclefield [1st: CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: Prestbury]
D5-10-3 CHESHIRE, GB-CHS: Chester
Cheshire West and Chester, Chester [1st: City, 1541, Chester Cathedral, CE Diocese of Chester; 2nd: Northgate, pR, S1, Roman gate]
Halton: Widnes; Daresbury [Lewis Carroll b]
Warrington: Warrington [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
D5-10-4 GREATER MANCHESTER, Manchester, GB-MAN: Manchester
Manchester [S4] [1st: City 1853, Manchester Cathedral, CE Diocese of Manchester; 2nd: City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester City] [Alice Bailey b]
D5-10-5 GREATER MANCHESTER, Bolton, Bury, Salford, Trafford, Wigan
Bolton: Bolton [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Bury: Bury
Salford: Salford [1st: City 1926, Salford Cathedral (of St Mary), RC Diocese of Salford]
Trafford: Stretford; Old Trafford [2nd: Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester United]
Wigan: Wigan
D5-10-6 Lancashire, Blackburn with Darwen, GB-BBD: Blackburn
Blackburn [S1]
D5-10-7 GREATER MANCHESTER, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside
Oldham: Oldham [8.2.5RP]
Rochdale: Rochdale [1st: CE Archdeaconry]; Middleton [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Stockport: Stockport
Tameside: Ashton-under-Lyne [S2]
D5-10-8 MERSEYSIDE, Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens, Wirral
Liverpool: Liverpool [S8] [1st: City 1880, Liverpool Cathedral (of Christ), CE Diocese of Liverpool; Liverpool Metropolitan Cathderal (of Christ the King), RC Province of LiverpoolI; Penny Lane; 2nd: Abercombry Square; Mersey Tunnel; PrO Mandir, Society of Liverpool; Goodison Park Stadium, Everton FC] [John Lennon; George Harrison b]
Knowsley: Huyton
Sefton: Bootle
St Helens: St Helens
Wirral: Wallasey
D5-10-9 Lancashire, GB-LAN:
Burnley: Burnley [2nd: Pendle Hill, Witchcraft, 53° 52′ 8.4″ N, 2° 18′ 0″ W; PrO Mandir, Society of Lancashire] [6.12.8AB]; Worsthorne [2nd: stone circle]
Hyndburn: Accrington
Pendle: Nelson, Colne
Ribble Valley: Clitheroe; Whalley [1st: Whalley Abbey; Whalley Viaduct; SCS/G]
Rossendale: Rawtenstale
D5-10-10 Lancashire GB-LAN: Preston
Chorley: Chorley
Fylde: Lytham St Annes
Lancaster: Lancaster [S12] [1st: City 1937; Lancaster Cathedral (of St Peter), RC Diocese of Lancaster; Lancaster Priory (St Mary’s Church) CE Archdeaconry]
Preston: Preston [S12] [1st: City 2002]; Goosnargh [2nd: Royal Observer Corps 11 Group HQ,  Underground Bunker]; Whittingham [2nd: Chingle Hall, 1300]
South Ribble: Leyland
West Lancashire: Ormskirk
Wyre: Poulton-le-Fylde; Bleasdale [1st: stone circle]
D5-10-11 Lancashire, Blackpool, GB-BPL: Blackpool
Blackpool [S5] [1st: Cathedral Church of Blackburn St Mary the Virgin, 1826, CE Diocese of Blackburn]
D5-10-12 Cumbria, GB-CMA
Allerdale: Workington; Cockermouth [William Wordsworth b]; Keswick [1st: Castlerigg, Stone circle, 3000BC, 54° 36′ 9.32″ N, 3° 5′ 50.96″ W]
Barrow-in-Furness: Barrow-in-Furness [1st: Furness Abbey, ruins]
Copeland: Whitehaven; Millom [1st: Sunkenkirk, stone circle]; Ravenglass [2nd: Muncaster Castle]; St Bees [1st: St Bees Priory]
South Lakeland: Kendal; Cartmel [1st: Priory Church of Cartmel]; [Scafell Pike, Highest point in England, 978 m]; Swarthmoor [1st: Swarthmoor Hall, Quaker]; Windermere
L2 System Division: Region D5-10 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is within the Secondary Jurisdictions of the Karlaile Bhime Distria, the Krue Bhime Distria, the Lancashire Bhime Distria and the Mersisaide Bhime Distria, operated by the Karlaile Kirte Samaya (Society of Carlisle), the Krue Kirte Samaya (Society of Crewe), the Lancashire Kirte Samaya (Society of Lancashire) and the Mersisaide Kirte Samaya (Society of Merseyside).
Handorian States Reference: The Metropolitan Nation of Hillaram is located in the western area of the State of Hartem. Its most spectacular feature is Hillah, an enormous circular prominence of land rising steeply above the surrounding territory of Hartem. Also on Hillah we find the ruined palace and walls of the Provordo Principality.
Hillmara Portal: H5-10, Inner Hillah
Hillaram Portal: D5-10-1

Handorian States Reference:
State of Harte, Realm of Hillawark – 5.10:

Hillawark is located in the western area of the State of Harte. Its most spectacular feature is The Hill, an enormous circular prominence of land rising steeply above the surrounding flat plateau of Harte. Also on The Hill we find the ruined palace and walls of the Provordo Principality.
The capital is Rose Park located in northern side of The Hill, in Riallawark (5.10.10), whose emblem is a red rose. A major sight of the capital is the Red Rose Lark.
5-10-1 ROS HILLAWARK, R.Susaka
Cumbria, Carlisle, Eden
5-10-2 EK, R.Susara
Cheshire, Cheshire East
5-10-3 EEK (Eek), R.Susama
Cheshire, Cheshire West and Chester, Warrington, Walton
5-10-4 RANK (Rank), R.Susaqu
Greater Manchester, Manchester
5-10-5 ELERK, R.Susasu
Greater Manchester, Bolton, Bury, Salford, Trafford, Wigan
5-10-6 REFLEX, R.Susaks
Blackburn with Darwen
5-10-7 EARMARK, R.Susaat
Greater Manchester Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside
5-10-8 REDBRICK, R.Susaha
Merseyside, Liverpool
5-10-9 RACETRACK, R.Susani, Left Heart Chamber
Lancashire, Burnley, Hyndburn, Pendle, Ribble Valley, Rossendale
5-10-10 RIALLAWARK + THE HILL, Aken Arena, R.Susasa
Lancashire, West Lancashire, Chorley, South Ribble, Fylde, Preston, Wyre, Lancaster,
5-10-11 RAMNEWARKIU, R.Susaur
5-10-12 ROSTEREMARK, R.Susata
Cumbria, Barrow-in-Furness, South Lakeland, Copeland, Allerdale