5/5 – Leo/Leo
Binary Number: 53
Degrees: 0°-2½ Leo
Moon Phase: new moon
Handorian Reference: State of Harte, Realm of Harvey Rose
Binary Spirit: Surahim Surahim
Provisional Territorial Unit: Region D5-5, Greater London
In the Astroshamanic Binary System Sun in Leo (5) and Moon in Leo (5) constitute Binary 5.5, or Binary number 53.
This is a New Moon binary an exaltation of fixed fire. It radiates a potent, victorious and focused nature. In its outer expression it shows an unlimited amount of generosity, cheerfulness, good spirit and vitality, while in its inner layers it may unveil an insistent magnetic authority, either conscious or unconscious, which is ruthlessly, yet elegantly, determined to hold and ground a specific Intent. Towering leadership, pride, status and dignity are palpable in all its basic features, which appear as inherited right from birth rather than acquired through growth. Its will and capacity to express power is incomparable, with the Intent being the central focal point in conjunction with a most profuse and royal sense of innocence.
“Bridegrooms and brides belong to the bridal chamber. No one shall he able to see the bridegroom with the bride unless one becomes one.” (Philip 82: 20-25)
New Moon in Leo: With this New Moon in Leo, the whole lunar cycle is characterised by Leo topics – such as self-expression, intention, play, creativity, performance, children, entertainment, etc. The current New Moon’s astrological sign (Leo) magnifies the expression of our uniqueness, the captivating force of the Sun, the golden quest for our authentic Intent and its open display on the stage of life.
At New Moon something is conceived: a project, an insight, an idea. The seed is there, yet it has not taken distinct form. The Moon is unseen, cloaked by the radiance of the Sun, and the seed abides hidden in the obscurity of consciousness. At this stage dreams, insights and relevant events may provide clues about the upcoming form.
The New Moon is an active phase, with the male energy being prevalent. It carries new awareness and a shift of perspective. This allows to establish intent and foundations for new projects or to release old cycles and grievances. Yet, since the whole scenario is vague, it may also be a time of vulnerability and uncertainty, which benefits from pauses, rest and reflection.
The general questions here are: “What do I truly want?” or “What is my Intent?” With the current Leo New Moon other questions may be: “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 questions require an honest answer, which is not conditioned by general or cultural ideas about what is desirable and strictly refers to one’s own uncontaminated awareness. Also, once the answer comes, Leo calls for direct exposure and accomplishment.
During each New Moon you have the opportunity of spontaneously gliding into the energy of your Intent. This may be strategically stimulated through specific ritual visionary experiences, such as the astroshamanic Basic Ritual of the Sacred Cone, the mystery enactment of the Sacrament of the Bridal Chamber or whatever you choose to do of your own playful accord.
Here please be aware of your Intent, no matter whether it appears as an arrogant fantasy to your ordinary mind or the outer social environment. This is not the time to be pragmatic or to be concerned about how to accomplish things. It is the moment to open up to your pure Intent, as you fully envisage it with no limitations. Later, as the cycle progresses, there will be chances to refine the Intent, orienting it towards manifestation and understanding its practical implications.
Astroshamanic Seal: a vertical line and an “X” shape.
Max Heindel, (5.5.5) Danish occultist and mystic (1865-1919). born Carl Louis von Grasshoff in Aarhus, Denmark on July 23, 1865 – Christian occultist, astrologer, and mystic.
Malvina Reynolds, (5.5) American folk singer/songwriter (August 23, 1900 – March 17, 1978). “Little Boxes.
Rick Springfield, (5.5.12) Australian singer and actor, born 23 August 1949.
Marcel Carné, (5.5.10) French film director (1906-1996). Les Enfants du paradis (1945)
Charles Crichton, (5.5) British film director (1910-1999), A Fish Called Wanda (1988) (for which Crichton also co-wrote the original story), The Third Secret (1964).
Brian Aldiss, (5.5) English sci-fi writer, born 1925
Robert Graves, (5.5.5) English author (1895-1985)
Barbara Windsor, (5.5.10) English actress, The Belles of St Trinian’s (1954), Alice in Wonderland (2010), born 1937
Stepfanie Kramer, (5.5.8) American actress, best known for her role as the tough-minded detective, “Sgt. Dee Dee McCall,” on the NBC TV series Hunter, born 1956
Pete Burns, (5.5) English singer (Dead or Alive), born 1959
David Walliams, (5.5) British comedian, born 1976
Peter O’Toole, (5.5.2) Irish actor, born 1932
Alexandre Dumas, fils, (5.5.10) French author (1824-1895)
Kelis Rogers-Jones, (5.5) American singer, born 1979
Maureen McGovern, (5.5.6) American singer, born 1949
Madame du Barry, (5.5.6) French courtesan (1743-1793)
Martin Sheen, (5.5.11) American actor, devout Roman Catholic, pro-life. The West Wing, born 1940
Tanita Tikaram, (5.5) British singer, born 1969
Provisional Territorial Unit:
D5-5-1 Bexley, Greenwich, Lewisham, Southwark
Bexley: Bexley [1st: St Mary’s Church]; Albany Park [2nd: Foots Cray Meadows]
Greenwich: Greenwich [1st: Royal Greenwich Observatory, pC; 2nd: Maze Hill] [Elisabeth I, Henry VIII b]; Wooolwich [2nd: Royal Arsenal, 1671]
Lewisham: Lewisham [1st: CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: St Johns railway station]; Sydenham [3rd: Wells Park]
Southwark: Southwark [1st: Southwark Cathedral (of St Saviour and St Mary Overie), CE Diocese of Southwark; Southwark Cathedral (Metropolitan Church of St George), RC Province of Southwark; London City Hall, pR; Metropolitan Tabernacle, pP, Reformed Baptist church; 2nd: London Docklands, pR; Cross Bones, cemetery]; Camberwell [2nd: St Giles Church]
Bromley: Bromley [2nd: Market Square] [H.G.Wells b]; Chislehurst [1st Chislehurst Caves, Merlin] [Alan Watts b]
D5-5-3 Croydon, Sutton
Croydon: Croydon [1st: CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: Croydon Airport, portal; Croydon Cemetery]
Lambeth: Lambeth [1st: CE Archdeaconry] [Thomas More b]; Brixton [2nd: Brixton Hill]; Clapham [Annie Besant b]; Kennington [2nd: Kennington Park, Kennington Common; The Oval¸ cricket stadium] [Charlie Chaplin b]; West Norwood [2nd: West Norwood Cemetery]
D5-5-5 City of London, City of Westminster
City of London: City of London [S3] [1st: City TI], Aldgate [1st: Aldgate, gate; Bevis Marks Synagogue, 1701; St Katherine Cree, CE Parish Church; 2nd: 30 St Mary Axe, “Gherkin”, skyscraper, 2004]; Aldersgate [1st: Aldersgate, gate]; Bread Street [John Donne; John Milton b]; Candlewick [2nd: London Stone, Cannon Street Station]; Castle Baynard [1st St Paul’s Cathedral, CE Diocese of London]; Farrington Without [1st: St Dunstan-in-the-West, CE octagonal church; 3rd: St Bartholomew the Great, CE church, 1123; SCS Portal]; Tower [John Dee b]; Walbrook [2nd: London Mithraeum, Roman temple]; [Thomas Becket; William Blake; George III b]
City of Westminster: City of Westminster [1st: City 1540]; Charing Cross [1st: CE Archdeaconry, geographical centre]; Covent Garden [1st: Covent Garden Market; Royal Opera House]; Maryelebone [1st: Broadcasting House, BBC]; Westminster [1st: Buckingham Palace; Westminster Abbey, 1050, 51° 29′ 58″ N, 0° 7′ 39″ W; Westminster Cathedral (Metropolitan Cathedral of the Precious Blood), RC Province of Westminster]; West End [1st: Piccadilly Circus; Queen’s Chapel; Ritz Hotel; Royal Albert Hall; Trafalgar Square; 2nd: Baker Street; Oxford Street; Tyburn Gallows and Marble Arch]; [Elisabeth II; Francis Bacon; Lord Byron b]
D5-5-6 Hounslow, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Wandsworth
Hounslow: Hounslow [1st: Chiswick House; 3rd: SCS/G “unnamed” esoteric shop]
Kingston: Kingston [2nd: Kingston Bridge]
Merton: Merton; Wimbledon [1st: Wimbledon Commons]
Richmond: Twickenham [2nd: Twickenham Stadium]; [2nd: Hampton Court Palace, 1514]
Wandsworth: Wandsworth [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
D5-5-7 Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hillingdon Kensington and Chelsea
Ealing: Ealing; Northolt [1st: CE Archdeaconry];
Hammersmith and Fulham: Hammersmith [1st: Riverside Studios]
Hillingdon: Uxbridge; Ruislip [Peter Caddy b]
Kensington and Chelsea: Kensington [1st: Kensington Palace, 1600; 2nd: PrO PraMandir, Metropolitan Society of London; SCS Millennium Gloucester Hotel; 3rd: SCS Holland Park] [Queen Victoria b]; Chelsea [1st: Chelsea Old Church, CE]; South Kensington [1st: Brompton Oratory, RC]; West Brompton [2nd: Brompton Cemetery]
D5-5-8 Brent, Camden, Islington
Brent: Wembley [2nd: Wembley Stadium, pA]; Kensal Green [2nd: Kensal Green Cemetery]
Camden: Euston Road; Bloomsbury [1st: British Museum]; Camden Town; Hampstead [1st: CE Archdeaconry]; Holborn [1st: St Andrew’s Church]; Highgate [2nd: Highgate Cemetery]
Islington: Islington [1st: Royal Agriculture Hall]; Clerkenwell [2nd: Clerk’s Well]; Holloway [2nd: Emirates Stadium, Arsenal FC]; Pentonville [2nd: The Penton] [John Stuart Mill b]
D5-5-9 Barnet, Harrow
Barnet: Barnet [2nd: Battle of Barnet, 1471, 51° 39′ 44″ N, 0° 12′ 0″ W]; Golders Green [2nd: Golders Green Crematorium]
D5-5-10 Enfield; Haringey; Waltham Forest
Enfield: Enfield Town [2nd: Barclays Bank]
Haringey: Wood Green
Waltham Forest: Waltham Forest; Leytonstone [Alfred Hitchcock b]
D5-5-11 Barking and Dagenham; Havering; Redbridge
Barking and Dagenham: Becontree Heath; Barking [1st: Barking Abbey]
Havering: Romford [2nd: River Rom]
Redbridge: Ilford [2nd: Natural History Museum]
D5-5-12 Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets
Hackney: Stoke Newington [1st: CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: Abney Park Cemetery]; [Daniel Defoe, Samuel MacGregor Mathers, Marie Lloyd b]
Newham: Westham [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Tower Hamlets: [2nd: Tower of London, 1066; Canary Wharf]; Wapping [2nd: Dockland]
L2 System Division: Region D5-5 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is currently within the Secondary Jurisdiction of the Landone Asmake Bhime Distria, operated by the Landone Metropolie Samaya (Metropolitan Society of London).
Harmet Portal: H5-5, West Harvey
Hartem Portal: D5-5-7, Kensington, Holland Park
Handorian States Reference:
State of Harte, Realm of Harvey Rose – 5.5
This is the multi-dimensional higher octave of entertainment, games, playful romance and pleasure. A vacation in Harvey energizes and makes enduring the heart, bestowing beauty and light, transforming most depressive and desperate situations into climaxes of radiance and paradise. Folks from Harvey are among the greatest beautifiers and energizers. As a result their brilliant creations generously emanate from their nation and pervade the Handorian hearts.
In this respect the majestic Hartemian Grand Temple, in Hartemcore, mightily epitomizes Harveyan graceful magnificence. On a New Moon in Leo, and also on all other possible New Moons, Harvey resonates at its best and munificently dispenses blessings to those who feel entitled to receive them. Hence, the only question you need to ask yourself here is: “do I feel entitled to get what I wish?” This question also requires conscious awareness of your wishes, which leads to the bonus question: “What do I wish?” The answer to these questions is your password to Harvey. Please do not expect Harveyan authorities to set it up for you, for this will never work. While Harvey provides the address, you are the one who decides about the password. This is your chance! Once you enter Harvey, then you are bound to fully manifest your wishes. What else could you do there? The first step in the admission process is the translucent awareness of what you wish, while the second step is feeling entitled to bring to fruition what you wish. This allows you to enter the password and move to the third step, which is the instantaneous accomplishment of what you wish. Thus, on this New Moon time, please noticeably state your wishes, giving them consent to pragmatically reveal themselves, which is tantamount to feeling entitled to get what you wish. If you heed these instructions, you will find yourself in Harvey.
Articulate your wishes, write and even draw them down, surrender them to the Hartemian Grand Temple, and prepare yourself to receive them. This is the greatest risk possible. If you want to attain what you desire, you need to take this risk, and the more risks you take, the more you will manifest what you wish. Those who are afraid to make mistakes, constantly pondering whether they are entitled to do this or that, whether there are risks involved or not, will never make it to Harvey. Unless you have nothing better to do, stop being self-conscious and forget about risks or mistakes. Life is all hazardous anyway. Death is inevitable, and the packet of life always comes with an indeterminate, yet definite, date of expiry. Hence, in the meantime, if you get dull and stuck, instead of reaching out for what you wish, this is indeed the greatest risk you will ever run. There are no mistakes when taking risks, as long as you do not continue to make the same mistake over and over. Thus, be creative in your mistakes and always make sure that you devise innovative ones. Please do it right away! Go for what you wish in this precise moment. Do not delay for this makes Harveyan hearts inconsolable. Embrace your veritable passion! The Gate of Harvey will open for you. This is the greatest risk!
5-5-1 EAST RADIANCE (East Radiance), Kahe Pahe Rose, R.Susuka, Left Coronary Artery
Bexley, Greenwich, Lewisham, South wark
5-5-2 ROLL OF HONOUR (Route of Pride), R.Susura
5-5-3 EVE (Eve), R.Susuma
5-5-4 ROAR (Rope), R.Susuqu
5.5.5 ROVER (Ember) + HARTEMCORE, Harvey Redminster, Elope, Surahim Rose, R.Sususu, Hartemian Grand Temple, Surahim Tahe
City of London, City of Westminster
5-5-6 RUDDER (Roster), R.Susuks
Kingston, Lambeth, Merton, Richmond, Wandsworth
5-5-7 EMBRACE (Embrace), R.Susuat
Ealing, Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hillingdon,
5-5-8 EMINENCE (Red Deer), R.Susuha
Brent, Camden, Islington
5-5-9 EAGLE EYE (Eaglester), R.Susuni, Redarator
5-5-10 ROSE RIVER (Endraratar), Excelsior Arena, R.Sususa, Aorta
Waltham Forest, Haringey, Enfield
5-5-11 HARVEY FIVE (Round Table), Royal Rogue, R.Susuur, Eneghe Atar
Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge
5-5-12 ROYAL ERMINE (East Citrine), R.Susuta
Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Newham