Binary Number: 74
Degrees: 17½-20° Libra
Moon Phase: full moon
Handorian Reference: Grand State of Tanmarg, Nation of Tarrino
Binary Spirit: Ataherata
Provisional Territorial Unit: REGION D7-2, SERBIA: South Central Serbia, Kosovo and Metohija
When you experience vulnerability, insecurity or uncertainty, do not assume that this is a sign of weakness, which you have to brush away so as to assert your will. Uncertainty can be a gateway into true power if you simply let it be. It is a time of suspension and transition. Whether it lasts a few seconds, hours or even days, simply let it be. This will allow you to embrace the true power that comes out of acceptance. It is like using the clutch to switch gears in a car. This is an inevitable gap between the previous gear and the next, which will allow the car to move more effectively, while also doing less work.
In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Libra (7) and Moon in Taurus (2) constitute Binary 7.2, or Binary number 74.
7.2 is a mix of cardinal Air and fixed Earth. This pattern blends Libra’s equality, art, grace and concord with Taurus’s determination, sensuality, practical talents and purpose. Those who resonate with this combination are most attractive folks, with a spontaneous capacity to administer and balance their energy in order to achieve goals, which may often be artistic, cultural and spiritual. Their attitude is generally easygoing, calm and tactful, aimed at manifesting, yet without missing the pleasure and the beauty of the interaction with the human and natural environment. In relationships they tend to favour lasting, peaceful and sensual connections.
Libra and Taurus are in quincunx aspect, an angle of 150°, which is five-twelfths of the 360°. This aspect tend to cause slides into parallel universes affecting what happens in everyday reality.
Qualities: art, empathy, grace, pragmatism.
Grievances: vanity, greed.
The phase of Full Moon begins two days before and ends two days after exact Full Moon or opposition (180°) of Moon to Sun, hence it also encompasses the quincunx (150°) when the Sun is in Libra and the Moon in Taurus. This is the final stage of the Full Moon leading to the next phase, the Disseminating Moon. The Full Moon is an active and highly charged moment. It represents the apex of the lunar cycle. Its function is to bring balance. The aim of the final part of the Full Moon as it moves in Taurus, is to allow this balance to take place by deep and uncompromising release of pent-up emotions, especially in relation with the traditional themes of Taurus, such as pragmatism, endurance, stability. It is essential at this stage to be aware that what is released is collective, ancestral energy, which can only be liberated if you let go of any personal identification.
Astroshamanic Seal: a “V” shape pointing upward to a horizontal line, between two triangles pointed in different directions. The seal promotes deep joy coming from the acknowledgement of the matrix of all physical elements, supporting their redirection to their original form. Nothing causes fear and everything is firmly included. All physical features of life are celebrated and cause joy.
Celebrities with 7.2
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Francis of Assisi, Sun in Libra, Moon in Taurus, Ascendant in Pisces (7.2.12); Uranus conjunct Moon (Uranus Vessel). (born Giovanni Francesco di Bernardone; September 26, 1181 – died: October 3, 1226)[ was an Italian Catholic friar and preacher. He founded the men’s Franciscan Order, the women’s Order of St. Clare, and the lay Third Order of Saint Francis.
“I have been all things unholy. If God can work through me, He can work through anyone.”
“No one is to be called an enemy, all are your benefactors, and no one does you harm. You have no enemy except yourselves.”
“Lord, grant me the strength to accept the things I cannot change,
he courage to change the things I can,
and the wisdom to know the difference.”
“Keep trying to do what is necessary, then what’s possible and suddenly you’re doing the impossible.”
“I have sinned against my brother the ass.”
“What we are looking for is what is looking.”
“Remember that when you leave this earth, you can take with you nothing that have received–only what you have given.”
Wallace Stevens, (7.2) American poet (October 2, 1879 – August 2, 1955) His work was meditative and philosophical. Concerning the relation between consciousness and the world “imagination” is not equivalent to consciousness nor is “reality” equivalent to the world as it exists outside our minds. Reality is the product of the imagination as it shapes the world. Because it is constantly changing as we attempt to find imaginatively satisfying ways to perceive the world, reality is an activity, not a static object. We approach reality with a piecemeal understanding, putting together parts of the world in an attempt to make it seem coherent. To make sense of the world is to construct a worldview through an active exercise of the imagination.
“The final belief is to believe in a fiction, which you know to be a fiction, there being nothing else. The exquisite truth is to know that it is a fiction and that you believe in it willingly.”
“God and the imagination are one.”
“Throw away the light, the definitions, and say what you see in the dark.”
“The only emperor is the emperor of ice cream.”
Mātā Amṛtānandamayī Devi (7.2.8) 27 September 1953 also known as Amma or Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, has Sun in Libra and Moon in Taurus with Ascendant in Scorpio. She is considered a modern incarnation of Sri Kali Ma, or the manifestation of the Supreme Devi and is also nicknamed the “hugging saint”. Her centres are spread all over the world.
Horace Walpole, (7.2) British novelist and politician (24 September 1717 – 2 March 1797). Largely remembered for Strawberry Hill, the home he built in Twickenham, south-west London where he revived the Gothic style some decades before his Victorian successors, and for his Gothic novel, The Castle of Otranto.
Heinrich von Kleist (7.2.5) (18 October 1777 – 21 November 1811) was a German poet, dramatist,novelist and short story writer. The Kleist Prize, a prestigious prize for German literature, is named after him.
Renato Zero, (7.2.1) (born September 30, 1950), an Italian singer-songwriter and showman whose career spans a full 6 decades, from the 1960s to the 2010s, with 40 million records sold
Ben Greenman, (7.2) American author (born September 28, 1969)
Éric Lapointe, (7.2) Canadian francophone singer (born 28 September 1969)
Esmée Denters, (7.2) Dutch singer (born 28 September 1988 in Arnhem, Gelderland)
Greer Garson, (7.2) British actress (29 September 1904 – 6 April 1996)
Walter Matthau, (7.2) American actor (October 1, 1920 – July 1, 2000)
Laurence Harvey, (7.2) Lithuanian-born actor (1 October 1928 – 25 November 1973
Jesse Jackson, (7.2) (born October 8, 1941) American clergyman and civil rights activist
Anita Ekberg, (7.2) Swedish actress (born 29 September 1931 in Malmö, Skåne) cult sex symbol, best known for her role as Sylvia in the 1960 Federico Fellini film, La Dolce Vita,
Michael Arden, (7.2) American actor and singer (born October 6, 1982)
Keyshia Cole, (7.2) American R&B singer 15 October 1981
Will Self, (7.2) English author (born 26 September 1961) Cock and Bull (1992): stories of a man and a woman who develop sexual organs of the opposite sex; Great Apes (1997) — a man wakes up in a world where chimpanzees evolved to be the species with self-awareness, while humans are the equivalent of chimps in our world; How the Dead Live (2000) — an old lady dies, only to be moved to a London suburb where the dead have taken residence; The Book of Dave (2006): Set between 1987 and 2003, against a backdrop of Fathers for Justice protests, it is the story of a London cab driver who suffers a mental breakdown due to failed relationships, estrangement from his son and an obsession with The Knowledge. He writes a book of rantings which he buries, that is discovered 500 years later and used as the sacred text for a religion that has taken hold in the flooded remnants of London.
Miguel Ángel Asturias, (7.2) Guatemalan writer, Nobel Prize laureate (October 19, 1899 – June 9, 1974)
Danny Boyle, (7.2) English film director 20 October 1956, Slumdog Millionaire, 127 Hours, 28 Days Later, Sunshine and Trainspotting.
Eddie Brigati, (7.2) American singer (The Rascals) 22 October 1945
Toby Mac, (7.2) American singer and songwriter October 22, 1964
Plan B, (7.2) English rapper and actor 22 October 1983
Erika Eleniak, (7.2) American actress and model (born September 29, 1969)
Albert Lortzing, (7.2.2) German composer (October 23, 1801 – January 21, 1851)
Debelah Morgan, (7.2) American R&B singer (born September 29, 1973, Detroit, Michigan) “Dance with Me,”
Aleks Syntek, (7.2) Mexican singer (born September 29, 1969 in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico)
Leo McCarey, (7.2) American film director and screenwriter (October 3, 1898 – July 5, 1969) Duck Soup, The Bells of St. Mary’s
Alfred Drake, (7.2) American actor (October 7, 1914 – July 25, 1992)
Clive Barker, (7.2) English writer (born 5 October 1952), fantasy and horror.
Angie Dickinson, (7.2.2) American actress (born September 30, 1931)
Sigourney Weaver, (7.2.2) American actress (born October 8, 1949) best known for her role as Ellen Ripley in the Alien film series
Michelangelo Antonioni, (7.2.3) Italian film director (29 September 1912, Ferrara – 30 July 2007)
We know that under the image revealed there is another which is truer to reality and under this image still another and yet again still another…
The moment always comes when, having collected one’s ideas, certain images, an intuition of a certain kind of development — whether psychological or material — one must pass on to the actual realization.
George Peppard, (7.2.3) American actor (October 1, 1928 – May 8, 1994)
Elinor Glyn, (7.2.3) British writer (17 October 1864 – d. 1943) erotic fiction
Ian McShane, (7.2.5) British actor (born 29 September 1942, Blackburn)
Janet Gaynor, (7.2.6) American actress (October 6, 1906 – September 14, 1984)
Dee Dee Warwick, (7.2.6) American singer (September 25, 1945 – October 18, 2008)
John Sayles, (7.2.7) American director and screenwriter (born September 28, 1950)
King Richard III of England (7.2.8) (2 October 1452 – 22 August 1485)
Camille Saint-Saëns, (7.2.7) French composer (9 October 1835 – 16 December 1921), The Carnival of the Animals, Danse macabre, Samson and Delilah, Piano Concerto No. 2, Cello Concerto No. 1, Havanaise, Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, and his Symphony No. 3 (Organ Symphony).
Harold Pinter, (7.2.10) English playwright, Nobel laureate (10 October 1930 – 24 December 2008)
F. Scott Fitzgerald, (7.2.11) American novelist (September 24, 1896 – December 21, 1940). Novels: This Side of Paradise, The Beautiful and Damned, Tender is the Night and his most famous, The Great Gatsby.
Sandro Pertini, (7.2.11) Italian statesman (25 September 1896 – 24 February 1990)
Denis Diderot, (7.2.12) French philosopher and encylopedist (October 5, 1713 – July 31, 1784)
Geo Trevarthen (7.2.4) Celtic shamaness, author (The Seeker’s Guide to Harry Potter)
Thomas Crapper, (7.2) English inventor (baptised 28 September 1836 in Thorne, Yorkshire, died 27 January 1910) was a plumber who founded Thomas Crapper & Co. in London. Contrary to widespread misconceptions, Crapper did not invent the flush toilet. He did, however, do much to increase the popularity of the toilet, and developed some important related inventions, such as the ballcock. It has often been claimed in popular culture that the slang term “crap”, originated with Thomas Crapper because of his association with lavatories. The most common version of this story is that American servicemen stationed in England during World War I saw his name on cisterns and used it as army slang, i.e., “I’m going to the crapper”. The word crap is actually of Middle English origin, and first appeared according to the Oxford English Dictionary in 1846 under a reference to a crapping ken, or a privy, where ken means a house. Its most likely etymological origin is a combination of two older words, the Dutch krappen: to pluck off, cut off, or separate; and the Old French crappe: siftings, waste or rejected matter (from the medieval Latin crappa, chaff).
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Provisional Territorial Unit:
Serbia (South Central Serbia, Kosovo & Metohija)
Pahai Tarronir (Tanmtair) – Nation of Tarrino (Tanmariat) – Onirrat fo Noitan (Tairamnat)
Binary 74 – Atahrata
Purve Prasupaja: Balke Purve Samaya.
17°Libra49’: Gamma Boötis, Seginus.
D7-2: SERBIA, Raška: Kralijevo (1); Moravica: Čačak (2); Zlatibor: Užice (3); Pirot (4); Pčinja: Vranje (5); Kosovo: Priština (6); Kosovo-Pomoravlje: Gnjilane (7); Kosovska Mitrovica (8); Prizren (9); Peć (10); Toplica: Prokuplje (11); Nišava: Niš; Jablanica: Leskovac (12).
17½-20°Libra; Libra/Taurus; Libra/Uranus; 17°Libra49’: Gamma Boötis, Seginus.
Purve Prasupaja: Balke Purve Samaya. TANMARIAT, Tarrino: Tarlok Orb.
Bridge of Love
D7-2-1 SERBIA, Raška:
Kraljevo [1st: Studenica Monastery], Vrnjačka Banja [2nd: Bridge of Love]
D7-2-2 SERBIA, Moravica: Čačak
D7-2-3 SERBIA, Zlatibor:
Užice [1st: St George Cathedral, Serbian Orthodox],
Priboj: Mažići [2nd: Pribojska Banja, 13 stone spheres]
D7-2-4 SERBIA, Pirot: Pirot
D7-2-5 SERBIA, Pčinja:
Vranje [1st: Three Hierarchs Cathedral, Serbian Orthodox; 2nd: White bridge].
D7-2-6 SERBIA, KOSOVO,
Priština [1st: Christ the Saviour Co-Cathedral, Serbian Orthodox; Cathedral of Blessed Mother Teresa in Prishtina, RC]
Kosovo Polje [2nd: Battle of Kosovo (1389), Gazimestan, tower].
D7-2-7 SERBIA, Kosovo-Pomoravlje: Gnjilane
D7-2-8 SERBIA, Kosovska Mitrovica: Kosovska Mitrovica
D7-2-9 SERBIA, KOSOVO, Prizren: Prizren [1st: St George Cathedral, Serbian Orthodox; Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, RC].
D7-2-10 SERBIA, Peć:
Peć [1st: Patriarchate of Peć, Serbian Orthodox;
Visoki Dečani, Serbian Orthodox Monastery, alien paintings, SCP131011
D7-2-11 SERBIA, Toplica:
Prokuplje [2nd: Roman Baths],
Kuršumlija [2nd: Devil’s Town, rock columns formation].
D7-2-12 SERBIA, Nišava:
Niš [1st: Holy Trinity Cathedral, Serbian Orthodox; 2nd: Skull Tower].
Grand State of Tanmarg,
Nation of Tarrino
7.2 The nation of Tarrino lies in the southern-east outpost of the Grand State of Tanmariat and constitutes a late incorporation, following the Handorian hostilities with the Empire of Kopolia. This nation is associated with most controversial features of the Handorian past, which required long ages to be thoroughly released and healed. The capital is Tarlokurb.
D7-2-1 Tarrinia Norb
D7-2-2 Tarrinia Torvo, Go
D7-2-3 Tao, Gao
D7-2-4 Taro, Trio
D7-2-5 Tarab, Gamyo, Gatyo, Gulab, Gyano, Talib, Tempo
D7-2-6 Garimo, Gramyo
D7-2-7 Tarrino, Tammayo, Girisho, Gitesho, Tamanno
D7-2-8 Tartauro, Tarcisio, Gyanmayo, Trugrovo, Tarshito
D7-2-12 Tarrinia Sub
Here the physical world is totally claimed. Through the Crystal Sphere you identify your origin and the ongoing source of nourishment. The physical body is a strategic representation of the Crystal Sphere. From the Crystal Sphere you move to the Rock of Kallex and then to a physical image, represented by an ordinary rock.
The physical body is a body of light, the emblem of the Intent, and whatever connects with this body takes its essence. This occurs through a process of terrestrial contamination. The body is a luminous virus from which infection emanates. With every physical element, you establish a total connection and each form reveals its essence as emanation of the Crystal Sphere. With such connections there is an immediate identification of Graha and a confrontation with one’s availability to release through the Crystal Sphere.
There is great joy coming from the acknowledgment of all the physical elements as emanations of the Crystal Sphere. What is apparently conflicting with this vision is lovingly surrender as Graha and released. All is extremely clear. The work involves redirecting all physical forms to their sacred direction. The screech of apparent contrasting elements stresses and exalts the glory of the Sacred Cone. Nothing causes fear and everything is firmly included. I celebrate all physical features of life and this provides immense joy. My Intent is too big to be confined in this body, it requires a wider structure and I allow it to expand through other bodies and forms. Through the touch and the glance I joyfully transfer the Intent everywhere.
Pahekarubhe 1: PR1 – 071098-7.2
071098: Today is the day of the quincunx for couples. The relationship takes shape, gliding into the space of its maximum balance. Leaving from distant points, the two meet on the apex of their ascent, where the spread of the Heaven emerges. Though trusting the communion of their goal, all appearances support them to see each other as separate. In the end of their path great was the amazement to acknowledge what indeed they always knew.