In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Pisces (12) and Moon in Aquarius (11) constitute Binary 12.11, or Binary number 143.
12.11 (Sun in Pisces and Moon in Aquarius) integrates the Pisces qualities with Aquarius’s inventiveness, rebelliousness and friendship. Those who resonate with this combination are quite multidimensional oriented folks, aligned with multidimensional matters and with most advanced ideals. Versatile, receptive, unconventional, trustworthy, sociable, they easily commit themselves to major multidimensional projects and are able to transmit their enthusiasm to the ordinary environment.
Sun in Pisces and Moon in Aquarius form a semi-sextile (30°) aspect, connecting two consecutive signs, with completely different energies, yet intimately linked in the flow of the zodiac signs. Their energy can work effectively if they are supported by a determined and focused will. The first sign, Pisces, provides the sense of direction, the inspiration and flow, to hold the binary together, while the second, Aquarius, contributes inventiveness and genius to promote action. Issues may arise if Aquarius’ rebelliousness and unpredictability takes over, disregarding the sensitive elements of Pisces.
When the waning Moon is in Aquarius at 30° from the Sun in Pisces, this is the final part of the phase of Balsamic Moon, or Waning Crescent Moon, the completion of the lunation cycle leading to the New Moon. It is a crucial time of release and healing, leaving space for whatever need to be ultimately completed or let go of before moving on to another lunation. The main focus in this phase is a work of release and surrender. At this stage it is possible to feel confused, overwhelmed and face crisis. It is a process of major fermentation, in which it is vital to hold a sense of purpose, while also accepting uncertainty and nebulosity as part of the process. The question here is: “What do I release? What do I take in the next cycle?”
Astroshamanic Seal: A Sun emerges on the extreme edge of the sea, radiating its light along the pathway of the waters. Suddenly enormous grey clouds appear, hiding the Sun, causing the fall of icy rain. The icy water of the sky descends upon the sea. The cycle of exchange between sky and sea, sea and sky is emphasized. The confrontation between Pisces and Aquarius proceeds through a competition aimed at acquiring the power of emotions, water. Suddenly the sea moves towards the sky. The sky is then below and the sea above. As a result the water of the sea precipitates in the sky. The Sky becomes Sea and the Sea becomes Heaven. In the mystery of this vision abides the experiential understanding of the unity between sea and sky.
Balthazar Klossowski de Rola (12.11.4, Saturn cjn MC, Neptune cjn Asc) February 29, 1908 in Paris – February 18, 2001, Polish/French modern artist whose work was ultimately anti-modern.
Piotr Kowalski, artist, sculptor, and architect, born 2 March, 1927, possibly in Lvov, and died 7 January 2004 in Paris.
Piet Mondriaan (12.11) Dutch painter (Netherlands, March 7, 1872 – February 1, 1944).
Abram Topor, born on February 24, 1903 in Warsaw, died in 1992, French painter born in Poland.
CINEMA & MEDIA
Robert Abel (12.11.1, Saturn cjn Sun) 10 March 1937 – 23 September 2001, pioneer in visual effects, computer animation and interactive media, best known for the work of his company, Robert Abel and Associates.
Ursula Andress (12.10.4, Pluto cjn Asc) born 19 March 1936, Golden Globe award winning Swiss actress and a major sex symbol of the 1960s.
Bruno Bozzetto (12.12) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Pisces, born 3 March 1938 in Milan, Italy, Italian cartoon animator, creator of many short pieces, mainly of a political or satirical nature.
Glenn Close (12.11.5, Plutpo cjn Asc) born March 19, 1947, five time Academy Award-nominated American film and stage actress.
Mónica Cruz (born March 16, 1977) is a Spanish actress and dancer.
Jonathan Demme (12.11) American director, 22 February 1944.
Valérie Donzelli (12.11.4) born on March 2, 1973 in Épinal, French actress, screenwriter, and director.
John Garfield (12.11.7, Pluto cjn MC) March 4, 1913 – May 21, 1952, Academy Award nominated American actor, adept at playing brooding, rebellious, working-class character roles.
Serge Lutens (12.11.5) born 14 March 1942, in Lille, France, French photographer, filmmaker, hair stylist, perfume art-director and fashion designer.
John Michael Turturro (12.11) Sun in Pisces Moon in Aquarius (born February 28, 1957) in Brooklyn New York, American actor, writer and director
Tomás Milián (12.11) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Aquarius, born March 3, 1932, Havana, Cuban-American actor best known for having worked extensively in Italian films from the late 1950s to the 1980s.
Sam Peckinpah (12.11.4, Pluto cjn Asc) February 21, 1925 – December 28, 1984, American film director who achieved iconic status following the release of his 1969 Western epic The Wild Bunch, one of the major filmmakers of the 1970s.
Giuditta Saltarini (12.11.3) born February 24, 1941 in Roma, Italian actress.
Bruce Willis (12.11.6) born March 19, 1955, American actor, producer and singer.
Joanne Woodward (12.11.10) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Aquarius, Ascendant in Capricorn, born February 27, 1930 in Thomasville, Georgia, American actress, television and theatrical producer, and widow of Paul Newman.
Castro Alves (12.11.2) March 14, 1847 – July 6, 1871, Brazilian poet best remembered for his abolitionist and republican poems, and one of the most important Brazilian poets of the 19th century.
Barbara de Angelis (12.11.2) born March 4, 1951 in Philadelphia, American writer and expert on personal growth, and also a television personnality.
Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell (12.11.11) OM, GCMG, GCVO, KCB (22 February 1857 in Paddington, London – 8 January 1941) lieutenant-general in the British Army, writer, and founder of the Scout Movement.
Marc Fisher, born March 13, 1953 in Montreal, Quebec, Canadian writer.
Amin Maalouf, born 25 February 1949 in Beirut, Lebanese author.
Carson McCullers (February 19, 1917 – September 29, 1967) American writer. Her first novel The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter explores the spiritual isolation of misfits and outcasts of the South.
Irène Némirovsky (born February 24, 1903, Kiev (OS February 11), died August 17, 1942) novelist who died at the age of 39 in Auschwitz, Poland.
James Russell Lowell (12.11.2) February 22, 1819 – August 12, 1891, American Romantic poet, critic, editor, and diplomat.
Anaïs (Saturn cjn Sun) born Régine Hantelle on March 1, 1965 in Paris, French singer.
Guido Baggiani, born March 4, 1932 in Naples, Italian musician and composer.
Samuel Barber (12.11) American composer of orchestral, opera, choral, and piano music.(Pennsylvania, March 9, 1910 – January 23, 1981).
Leda Battisti (Poggio Bustone, 24 February 1971) Italian singer songwriter.
Harry Belafonete (12.11.7) born March 1, 1927 in New York, New York, musician, actor and social activist of Jamaican ancestry.
Neneh Cherry (born Neneh Marianne Karlsson on March 10, 1964 in Stockholm) Swedish singer-songwriter, rapper, DJ, and occasional broadcaster.
Lucio Dalla (12.11) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Aquarius, March 4, 1943 in Bologna, died 1 March 2012, popular Italian singer-songwriter and musician.
Dente (Fidenza, 28 febbraio 1976), cantautore italiano.
Friedrich Fröhlich, born on February 20, 1803 in Bruges, died on October 16, 1936 in Aarau, Swiss musician and composer.
Joseph Gaétan Robert Gérald (Gerry) Boulet (March 1, 1946-July 18, 1990) Canadian rock singer
Victoria Justice (12.11.8, Pluto cjn Asc, Saturn cjn IC) born February 19, 1993, American actress, singer, songwriter, and dancer.
Jérémie Kisling (born Jérémie Tschanz) singer songwriter born in 1976 in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Sterling Knight (born March 5, 1989) American actor, singer-songwriter and musician.
Vera Lynn, DBE (Uramus cjn Moon) born on 20 March 1917, English singer and actress.
Miriam Makeba, born 4 March 1932, Sun in Pisces, Moon in Aquarius, (12.11) nicknamed Mama Africa, Grammy Award winning South African singer and civil rights activist.
Age is getting to know all the ways the world turns, so that if you cannot turn the world the way you want, you can at least, get out of the way so you won’t get run over.
Peggy March (12.11.5, Pluto and Saturn cjn Asc) born on March 8, 1948, Lansdale, Pennsylvania, American pop music singer.
Tiffany Arbuckle Lee (born March 9, 1975) Contemporary Christian singer-songwriter who uses the stage name Plumb.
Stephen Schwartz (born March 6, 1948) American musical theatre lyricist and composer.
Jake Thackray (12.11.8) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Aquarius, Ascendant in Scorpio, born February 27, 1938 in, West Yorkshire, England, English singer-songwriter, poet and journalist.
Carrie Underwood (12.11.5, Pluto and Saturn cjn IC) born March 10, 1983, American pop country music singer.
Tomaso Antonio Vitali (12.11) Italian composer and violinist (March 7, 1663 – May 9, 1745)
Ophélie Winter (12.11.5) born February 20, 1974 in Boulogne, France, French singer and actress.
The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (12.11.7) born 10 March 1964, member of the British Royal Family, the youngest child and third son of Queen Elizabeth II.
Enzo Bianchi, born 3 March 1943, Italian writer and prior of the Comunità di Bose, Sun in Pisces and Moon in Aquarius.
In our existence death is the inevitable event par excellence, although nowadays the tendency is to live as if we are immortals…
In the past decades we have seen a a concealment of death and the removal of its reality from our daily life. Death is therefore stolen from man, as if it were something obscene, and our life risks not to have a confrontation with the moment of our ending, hence losing all the capacity for an authentic relationship with the men, the creatures, the world where we are. The meaning of life suffers an inhuman deformation and the meaning of death escapes more and more from man, so that they are forced to die in an unconscious way, in a space of emargination, according to the models provided by the ideologies of consumerism and hedonism… It is necessary to live death and to learn to die so as to allow death to be a voluntary act, the supreme act of life, the act of faith, of love, of surrender to the God of the living and of the dead.
Peter Caddy, born on 20 March 1917, Sun in Pisces, Moon in Aquarius, founder of the Findhorn Foundation community, died February 18, 1994. Early in his life, Peter surrendered himself to the will of God and from this gained an unshakable faith that served him and others throughout his life. He also gave himself completely and unconditionally to life, embracing it with zest, courage and delight. There was nothing otherworldly about Peter. He was a man of action who thoroughly enjoyed taking on a challenge — the greater the better. Whether serving in the wartime RAF, climbing the Himalayas in Tibet, managing a luxury hotel on spiritual principles or running a New Age community, he climbed every mountain God put in front of him. He married five times and fathered six children. As a consequence, his life reads like an adventure novel: it is a ripping good yarn, which is all the more powerful because it is true. He was not a philosopher, nor was he particularly self-reflective. He was a visionary and he believed in people, always drawing out the best in them. Everything he did was on a giant scale. Peter Caddy was killed in a car accident shortly before his 77th birthday: even his death was dramatic…
Shoghí Effendí (12.11.4) March 1, 1897 – November 4, 1957) Guardian and appointed head of the Bahá’í Faith from 1921 until his death.
Manly Palmer Hall (12.11.11, Uranus cjn MC, Pluto cjn IC, March 18, 1901 – August 29, 1990, Canadian-born author and mystic. He is perhaps most famous for his work The Secret Teachings of All Ages: An Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Qabbalistic and Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy, which is widely regarded as his magnum opus, published in 1928when he was just 27 years old.
Hans Küng (12.11.6, Uranus cjn Sun) born March 19, 1928 in Sursee, Canton of Lucerne, Catholic priest, eminent Swiss theologian, and prolific author. He became the first major Roman Catholic theologian to reject the doctrine of papal infallibility, in his book Infallible? An Inquiry (1971). Consequently he was stripped of his license to teach as a Roman Catholic theologian but carried on teaching as a tenured professor of ecumenical theology at the University of Tübingen. He remained a persistent critic of papal authority, which he claims is man-made (and thus reversible) rather than instituted by God. He was not excommunicated and remains a Roman Catholic priest.
Pope Leo XIII (12.11.7) March 2, 1810—July 20, 1903, born Vincenzo Gioacchino Raffaele Luigi Pecci, the 256th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, reigning from 1878 to 1903, succeeding Pope Pius IX. Reigning until the age of 93, he was the oldest pope, and had the third longest pontificate.
Patricia Sun (12.11.5) born February 23, 1041 in Jersey City, American New Age teacher, lecturer and author.
HSS 12-11, State of Muolliz, Nation of Magarty
This nation consists of 12 islands. In previous ages they were known as the Imperial Palaces of Magarty. The capital is Mahipal, which is also the main interdimensional research centre of the State of Muolliz.
Handorian Heroes: Mahipal, Madrigal, Zany, Zia Mukul, Munster Mill.
Provisional Territorial Units:
REGION D12-11: CYPRUS
Pahai Magytra – Nation of Magarty – Ytragam fo Noitan
Binary 143 – Taepeh Uriah
27½-30°Pisces; Pisces/Aquarius; Scorpio/Pluto.
Helenie Providia: Helenie Prasamaya. MUOLLIZ, Magarty
D12-11: CYPRUS, Famagusta: Famagusta (1), Trikomo (2); Larnaca (3); Limassol (4); Paphos: Paphos, Yeroskipou (5), Peyia, Polis Chrysochous (6); Nicosia: Nicosia (7), Lakatamia, Latria, Strovolos (8), Agios Dhometios, Engomi (9); Kyrenia (10); AKROTIRI (11); DEKHELIA (12).
27½-30°Pisces; Pisces/Aquarius; Scorpio/Pluto.
Helenie Providia: Helenie Prasamaya. MUOLLIZ, Magarty.
D12-11-1 CYPRUS, Famagusta: Famagusta
D12-11-2 CYPRUS, Famagusta: Trikomo
D12-11-3 CYPRUS, Larnaca
D12-11-4 CYPRUS, Limassol
D12-11-5 CYPRUS, Paphos: Paphos; Yeroskipou
D12-11-6 CYPRUS, Paphos: Peyia; Polis Chrysochous.
D12-11-7 CYPRUS, Nicosia: Nicosia
D12-11-8 CYPRUS, Nicosia: Lakatamia; Latria; Strovolos
D12-11-9 CYPRUS, Nicosia: Agios Dhometios; Engomi
D12-11-10 CYPRUS, Kyrenia
D12-11-11 CYPRUS, AKROTIRI,
D12-11-12 CYPRUS, DEKHELIA
Binary Programme 1 – Pahekarubhe 1: 12.11
A Sun emerges on the extreme edge of the sea, radiating its light along the pathway of the waters. Suddenly enormous grey clouds appear, hiding the Sun, causing the fall of icy rain. The icy water of the sky descends upon the sea. The cycle of exchange between sky and sea, sea and sky is emphasized. The confrontation between Hare Taepeh and Mare Uriah Tapeh proceeds through a competition aimed at acquiring water. The root of these Pahekas is very similar. Suddenly the sea moves towards the sky. The sky is then below and the sea above. As a result the water of the sea precipitates in the sky. The Sky becomes Sea and the Sea becomes Heaven. In the mystery of this vision abides the experiential understanding of the unity between sea and sky.
12/11: Un Sole emerge sull’orlo estremo del mare e irradia la sua luce lungo il selciato delle acque. D’improvviso irrompono enormi nuvole oscure che occultano il Sole e concertano una discesa di pioggia gelata. L’acqua del cielo scende sul mare. Si evidenzia il ciclo di scambio di acqua tra cielo e mare, mare e cielo. Il confronto tra Hare Taepeh e Mare Uriah Tapeh procede attraverso una competizione nell’acquisizione dell’acqua. La radice di questi Paheka è molto similare. Il mare d’improvviso si sposta verso il cielo e il cielo è quindi in basso e il mare in alto. L’acqua del mare, come conseguenza di tale spostamento, precipita verso il cielo. Il cielo diventa mare e il mare diventa cielo. Nel mistero di tale visione v’è la comprensione esperienziale dell’unità di mare e cielo. Il loro proiettarsi è costante e reciproco. Il terzo polo risiede nel Settore 3 e apporta la leggerezza della comunicazione e la semplicità di espressione che scioglie rancori millenari.