Binary Number: 105
Degrees: 0-2½° Sagittarius
Moon Phase: New Moon
Handorian Reference: State of Vanjuli, Nation of Vanjulsali
Binary Spirit: Nivaya Nivaya
Provisional Territorial Unit: AREA D9-9
In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun and Moon in Sagittarius (9) constitute Binary 9.9, or Binary number 105.
9.9 (Sun in Sagittarius and Moon in Sagittarius) this is the New Moon in Sagittarius binary, which produces a most adventurous attitude, abundant with energy and constantly on the go. The views of these folks are extremely expanded and optimistic, triggering immediate actions and explorations. They go beyond ordinary boundaries and reach out to new territories, grounding innovatory opportunities and inspiring insights.
New Moon in Sagittarius:
New Moons are time of rebirth, the opportunity to start a brand new cycle aligned with the vibration of the lunation sign, which in this case is Sagittarius. Sagittarius invites truth and honesty regarding your motivation in life, and also challenges to commit and take direct action. Here the Archer teaches to expand the horizons and dart into new territories, rising above the limitations of outdated belief systems and gaining wisdom from direct exposure to experience, which implies letting go of obsolete defence mechanisms. These are ideas and habitual patterns generally based on fear and inherited from the past, which may no longer apply to your current life and soul’s purpose.
A New Moon in Sagittarius is a good time for composting outmoded believes and emotional patterns, using their energy to reach out for your authentic intentions. Sagittarius is associated with adventure, optimism, trust, faith, expansion and risk-taking, and these are all qualities, combined with some basic caution, that can inspire giant strides in your inner voyage.
A decisive question on a Sagittarius New Moon is: What do I truly and honestly aim at?
Other questions may be:
What belief systems do I need to let go of?
What kind of believes and fears keep me blocked, unable to expand and venture through the web of life?
Am I willing to release them?
Am I available to ask for support to my guides, teachers and helpers, investing in trust and confidence?
Am I open to take a decisive step regarding my Intent, to be adventurous and risk, or do I rather prefer to wait and continue to get what I have got now?
The degree of the New Moon, or Lunation point, as you apply it to your natal chart, indicate an area of life that will operate as Intent and driving force during the next cycle.
In the sky of the northern hemisphere Sagittarius is the darkest New Moon of the year, the climax of obscurity. This darkness carries a maximum potential for rebirth and transformation, all the nutritional fertilising elements of a perfect manure. It only needs a seed, an Intention, a focus point.
This is the time to stir up one’s best dreams and aspirations. It is a sacred stage of composting.
It may stink a bit, yet it is only a matter of holding one’s nose during the operations, having a bit of patience and taking it easy, being aware that this will be later copiously paid off.
From a strategic perspective it would be most recommended to spend this lunation period with work on recapitulation, making an inventory of our life, in preparation for setting your targets for the year ahead.
In pursuing your targets it is essential that they are based on the essence of the experience you intend to manifest, without being attached to involve specific people or situations.
A honourable intentions refer to your own soul’s journey and does not interfere with those of others. This means that if you wish is to be in a relationship with, for example, Mary, here the intent is the experience of a relationship with a human being having a nature similar to Mary. In pursuing this goal, you may consider Mary to be the elected one, yet only if you are respectful of Mary’s own intentions, which may not necessarily be the same as yours.
Mary could be an inspirational element in your quest for a relationship, a gateway who in the end leads you to the essence of the experience, which is the real target.
In you insist on the gateway, you will not be able to meet what awaits beyond the gateway. On the contrary when you accept to move on, you tap into the web of life and gratefully acknowledge whoever and whatever you meet in life as part of a luminous itinerary to wholeness and love.
After transiting and mastering the path of darkness, Sagittarius is challenged to find a target upon which to direct its powerful energies.
Part of the challenge here is between objectives based upon second-hand beliefs, or conditionings, and those founded upon direct experience, or what is “good, luminous and beautiful in life” according to your truth.
The flight of the Sagittarius’s arrow illustrates the emergence from the darkness of the underworld and the greyness of the ordinary world, into the realms of inconceivable light that exist beyond. Yet, this journey is intimately based on the luminous appreciation of all aspects of life, low and high, so that as we transit through the earthy landscape all that is found is thoroughly enjoyed and celebrated.
Astroshamanic Seal: This seal portrays the track in order to reach light. The light of this combination operates within, while outwardly there is total darkness.
Celebrities with 9.9
Ludwig van Beethoven, (9.9.8) German composer and pianist (16 December 1770-d. 1827) with Sun and Mercury in Sagittarius, Moon in Sagittarius and Ascendant in Scorpio, Beethoven had a western esoteric upbringing and also cultivated an interest for the oriental mysteries. His early music instructor was C.G. Neefe, a Mason involved in a branch on the Illuminati. The following inscription hung over his desk: “I am that which is. I am everything that was and is and shall be. No mortal has raised my veil. HE is himself alone, and to this Only One all things owe their existence.” Beethoven produced his famous nine symphonies and then he died. As a result, there is a superstition among musical composers that forbids the numbering of a symphony past the number 9. This number is composed of three trinities and has always been regarded as most sacred. Please find below some Beethoven’s quotes:
Music is the one incorporeal entrance into the higher world of knowledge which comprehends mankind but which mankind cannot comprehend.
Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy, it is the wine of a new procreation, and I am Bacchus who presses out this glorious wine for men and makes them drunk with the spirit.
Music is mediator between spiritual and sensual life.
Only the pure in heart can make a good soup.
Herbert Achternbusch (9.9) (born November 23, 1938 in Munich) German writer, painter and filmmaker. His anarchist surrealistic films are not known to a wide audience in Germany, although one of them, Das Gespenst (The Ghost), caused a scandal in 1983 because of its alleged blasphemous content. Werner Herzog, a director of the New German Cinema, based his film Heart of Glass on a story by Achternbusch. Other movies are Der Neger Erwin and Wohin?
Billy Bragg, (9.9.8) English singer and songwriter 20 December 1957
Penelope Jones Halsall (9.9) (aka Caroline Courtney, Lydia Hitchcock, Melinda Wright, Annie Groves, Penny Jordan), English novelist 24 November 1946-31 December 2011.
Julie Taymor, (9.9.11) American director 15 December 1952
Randy Newman, (9.9.4) American composer 28 November 1943
Pepsi Demacque, (9.9) aka Helen Pepsi Demacque-Crockett English singer 10 December 1958
Henry Hazlitt, (9.9) Libertarian philosopher, economist (28 November 1894-d. 1993)
Lucky Luciano, (9.9.11) American gangster (24 November 1897-d. 1962)
Cyril Collard, (9.9.4) French film director (19 December 1957-d. 1993)
Kristin Bauer, (9.9) American actress 26 November 1973
Peter Facinelli, (9.9) American actor 26 November 1973
Natasha Bedingfield, (9.9) British singer 26 November 1981
Mark Tobey, (9.9) American painter (11 December 1890-d. 1976)
Natalie Gauci, (9.9) Australian singer 26 November 1981
Ève Curie, (9.9.10) French writer (6 December 1904-d. 2007)
Tom Hulce, (9.9) American actor 6 December 1953
Jacques Chirac, (9.9.11) French politician 29 November 1932
Chuck Mangione, (9.9.1) American musician 29 November 1940
William Ellery Channing (poet) (9.9) Transcendentalist poet (29 November 1818-d. 1901)
Christian Bernard, (9.9) mystic 30 November 1951
Cherie Currie, (9.9.9) American musician 30 November 1959
Clay Aiken, (9.9) American singer 30 November 1978
George Armstrong Custer, (9.9.7) American general (5 December 1839-d. 1876)
Francesco Geminiani, (9.9) Italian violinist and composer (5 December 1687-d. 1762)
Billy Childish, (9.9) English painter, writer and musician 1 December 1959
Otto Dix, (9.9.7) German painter and graphic artist (2 December 1891-d. 1969)
Harry Chapin, (9.9.11) American singer and songwriter (7 December 1942- d. 1981)
Lisa Fischer, (9.9) American R&B singer 7 December 1961