Scorpio/Libra

8.7x8/7 – Scorpio/Libra

Binary Number: 91
Degrees:  27½-30° Scorpio
Aspect: Semi-sextile
Moon Phase: Waning Crescent
Handorian Reference: United Nations of Handor (UNH), Nation of Herotlant
Binary Spirit: Harassah Atah
Provisional Territorial Unit: AREA D8-1, GERMANY, Nordrhein-Westfalen

In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Scorpio (8) and Moon in Libra (7) constitute Binary 8.7, or Binary number 91.

8.7 is a blend of fixed Water and cardinal Air. Resonance with this binary produces charismatic and magnetic beings, capable of handling deep emotions, intensity and passion in balanced and harmonious ways. In their relationships they are sensitive, intimate and devoted, inspired by good taste and exploration of secret, occult, horny aspects of life.

Sun in Scorpio and Moon in Libra hold a semi-sextile (30°) aspect, connecting two consecutive signs, which are completely different energies, yet closely linked as part of a wider process. The signs involved can operate productively as long as they keep their integrity. The first sign, in this case Libra, sets the process in motion, and the second (Scorpio) follows. Problems may arise when the opposite occurs. The Moon in Libra needs harmony, peace and cooperation, while the Sun in Scorpio is more inclined to passion and intensity, which the Libra side may perceive as unbalancing.

Qualities: magnetism, honesty, focused gracefulness, creative commitment, ability to endure and balance intense emotions, devotion and intimacy.

Grievances: manipulation, control, obsession, co-dependency.

When the waning Moon is in Libra at 30° from the Sun in Scorpio, 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 triangle pointing downward, inside the triangle there are five vertical patterns resembling blooming flowers. The seal promotes expression and assertion of pent-up emotions in relationships, the capacity to ask for support. The guidance reads:

“Learn to ask. Spirit will always give. It is the one who gives. Ask outwardly and wait for the answer within. It does not matter what the outward answer is. You always know that from within there is a yes. Have the courage to ask for what your heart wants, allow the request to come from your belly and then reach directly the heart, so as to be expressed through the throat. When you ask and operate in the request you are grounding. Dare to ask, undisturbed by the consequences. It is a ritual act which relates you with me. This is the trinity relationship.”
The seal is about emotional empowerment:
“You are to retrieve your shamanic power, accessing the source of your power located at the Centre of the Sacred Circle. Stop wondering around the circle, stop begging elsewhere what you already know well where it can be found. Release local arguments and move towards the Centre. No matter what kind of experiences you have and where you have them, they will always lead you to that point, they will always serve the purpose of directing you there. There is indeed no other place where to go. Wherever you go, whoever you meet, whatever you decide to do, the goals if always that. It is up to you whether to accelerate or delay the journey.”

and the path of the multidimensional warrior:
“You are to implement your local war of light. In order to build the Sacred Circe each one has to fight their local war without interfering with the war of others. In the Sacred Circle you share what happens. You can receive support, yet the war is only the fighter’s. Each one comes from distant universes and in the circle finds support and unity. You become aware that the war is the same. The Game is the same. In a team each one has their role and operates with full responsibility.”

The vision involves the following:
I see a hand holding a flower. The flower opens up completely and its petals start to fall, while another flower emerges. The latter also opens upon and its flowers then fall, and so it continues ad infinitum in a cycle of birth, death and rebirth. It is an ongoing flowering and every time there is a wider expansion. I claim the power of healing and of using Pahai. I ask a tool for this purpose, which I receive.
“You are authorised to use these tools. It is your work. You do not need to expect the acknowledgement of others. Your work involves channeling Graha. It is your work and for this you have been trained. It is your promise: the one of the Sacred Cone. Go into it so that it is kept. State this outwardly. It is your function. You are here to retrieve Graha and release them. State this. In doing so you heal the world. Healing will come in spring when a miracle will occur. Be patient and exercise your Function. Use the Graha according to procedures. Use all the Graha to feed the Sacred Cone.”
Celebrities with 8.7:

René Clair, (Sun in Scorpio, Moon in Libra, Ascendant in Pisces: 8.7.12; Neptune Root) French film director (11 November 1898-d. 1981) Clair was active in France already in the early 20s, then moved to Hollywood creating entertaining fantastic 8.7 stories such as The Ghost Goes West, I Married a Witch and It Happened Tomorrow. The latter movie is the story of a reporter who receives from ghost copies of newspapers a day ahead of schedule. This results in a scoop that brings the reporter popularity, yet accompanied by a lot of trouble that lead him to face death. Clair returned to France in the late 40s, where he made a classic 8.7.12 story, Beauties of the Night (Les Belles de Nuit), starring Gerard Philippe and Gina Lollobrigida. This is the story of a young music teacher (Claude) who escapes from his dull life through multi-dimensional journeys in which he meets beautiful women while he’s a popular musician, a military officer and a celebrity. Each journey has a different setting, and stars a new attractive woman. In the end all journeys turn into nightmares, until Claude finds his true love in the ordinary world.
Anne Sexton, (8.7) American poet (9 November 1928-d. 1974)
Timmy Thomas, (8.7) American musician  13 November 1944
Augusten Burroughs, (8.7) American writer, 23 October 1965, Running With Scissors
Jozef Ráž, (8.7) Slovak musician (October 24, 1954
Madlib, (8.7) American musician and rapper (born October 24, 1973)
Jo Stafford, (8.7) American singer (12 November 1917-d. 2008)
Laura Veirs (8.7) American singer-songwriter born October 24, 1973
Greg Lake, (8.7) British musician (Emerson, Lake & Palmer) 10 November 1947
Dave Loggins, (8.7) American songwriter and singer 10 November 1947
Roland Emmerich, (8.7) German film producer and director 10 November 1955
Bill Anderson, (8.7) American country music singer and songwriter (born November 1, 1937),
Marco Leonardi, (8.7) Italian-Australian actor 14 November 1971
Madeleine de Scudéry, (8.7) French writer (15 November 1607-d. 1701)
Constans II, (8.7) Byzantine emperor (7 November 630-d. 668)
Jully Black, (8.7) Canadian R&B singer 8 November 1977
William Hogarth, (8.7) English artist (10 November 1697-d. 1764)
Tina Arena, (8.7) Australian singer 1 November 1967
Bo Bice, (8.7) American singer 1 November 1975
Madeleine de Scudéry, (8.7) French writer (15 November 1607-d. 1701)
Lucan, (8.7) Roman poet (3 November 39 – d. 65)
Louis Racine, (8.7) French poet (6 November 1692-d. 1763)
Victor Pelevin, (8.7) Russian writer 22 November 1962
Fairuz, (8.7) Lebanese singer 21 November 1935
Static Major, (8.7) American singer (11 November 1974-d. 2008)
Dave Alvin, (8.7) American songwriter and guitarist 11 November 1955
Gillo Pontecorvo, (8.7) Italian film director (19 November 1919-d. 2006)
Ofra Haza, (8.7) Israeli singer (19 November 1957-d. 2000)
Douglas Henshall, (8.7.3) Scottish actor 19 November 1965
Marie Antoinette, (8.7.4) Queen of France (2 November 1755 – d. 1793)
Gilbert Bécaud, (8.7.5) French composer and actor 24 October 1927 – 18 December 2001
Leonardo DiCaprio, (8.7.7; Pluto Instrument & Vessel) American actor 11 November 1974
Gordon Lightfoot, (8.7.8) Canadian singer 17 November 1938
Billy Sunday, (8.7.8) American evangelist (19 November 1862-d. 1935)
Florent Pagny, (8.7.10; Neptune Power) French songwriter and singer 6 November 1961
José Saramago, (8.7.12) Portuguese novelist, Nobel laureate 16 November 1922 – 18 June 2010
“Words that come from the heart are never spoken, they get caught in the throat and can only be read in ones’s eyes.”
“Inside us there is something that has no name, that something is what we are.”

Provisional Territorial Unit:

REGION D8-7: Nordrhein-Westfalen
Scorpio/Libra
Pahai Hatresnali – Nation of Hurotlant – Tnaltoruh fo Noitan
Binary 91 – Haratah
27½-30°Scorpio; Cancer/Moon.
Alemanne Pradesia: Kolonie Samaya. UNH, Hurotlant
D8-7: GERMANY, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf (8); Hochsauerlandkreis: Meschede; Märkischer Kreis: Lüdenscheid; Olpe; Siegen-Wittgenstein: Siegen; Hagen (1), Euskirchen; Bonn; Rhein-Sieg-Kreis: Siegburg (2); Remscheid; Solingen; Wuppertal; Mettmann; Oberbergischer Kreis: Gummersbach; Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis: Bergisch Gladbach (3); Köln (4); Aachen; Düren; Heinsberg; Rhein-Erft-Kreis: Bergheim (5); Borken: Mönchengladbach; Neuss; Recklinghausen; Viersen; Wesel (6); Bochum; Bottrop; Duisburg; Essen; Gelsenkirchen; Hamm; Herne; Kleve; Krefeld; Mülheim an der Ruhr; Oberhausen (7); Dortmund; Witten; Hattingen; Ennepe-Ruhr-Kreis: Schwelm (9); Coesfeld; Münster; Steinfurt; Unna; Warendorf (10); Bielefeld; Höxter; Lippe; Paderborn; Soest (11); Gütersloh; Herforf; Minden-Lübbecke (12).
27½-30°Scorpio; Scorpio/Libra; Cancer/Moon.
Alemanne Pradesia: Westfalie, Kolonie Samaye. UNH, Herotlant.
North Rhine-Westphalia, DE-NW
34043
18075000
Düsseldorf
Total D8-7
34043
18075000

Nordrhein-Westfalen consists of five administrative regions (Regierungsbezirke), divided into 31 districts (Kreise) and 23 urban districts (kreisfreie Städte). In total, North Rhine-Westphalia has 396 municipalities (1997), including the urban districts, which are municipalities by themselves.
D8-7-1 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Hochsauerlandkreis (HSK): Meschede:
Märkischer Kreis (MK):
Lüdenscheid; Olpe (OE);
Siegen-Wittgenstein (SI): Siegen;
Hagen (HA) [2nd: Werdringen Castle]
D8-7-2 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Euskirchen (EU);
Bonn (BN): [1st: Bonn Minster, RC Former Cathedral];
Rhein-Sieg-Kreis (SU): Siegburg.
D8-7-3 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Remscheid,
Solingen [2nd: Botanischer Garten Solingen]
Wuppertal, [1st: Schwebebahn Wuppertal]
Mettmann (ME)  [2nd: Neanderthal]
Oberbergischer Kreis (OM): Gummersbach [1st: Lieberhausen]
Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis (GL): Bergisch Gladbach.

D8-7-4 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Köln (K)
[1st: Cologne Cathedral, RC; Twelve Romanesque churches (RC);
2nd: 12 city gates (only three still standing), KölnTriangle];
[Cornelius Agrippa b; Albertus Magnus d]
D8-7-5 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Aachen (AC): [1st:Aachen Cathedral, RC];
Düren (DN);
Heinsberg (HS);
Rhein-Erft-Kreis (BM): Bergheim.
D8-7-6 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Borken (BOR);
Mönchengladbach (MG) [1st: Mönchengladbach Minster]
Neuss (NE);
Recklinghausen (RE);
Viersen (VIE);
Wesel (WES),
D8-7-7 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Bochum (BO);
Bottrop (BOT);
Duisburg (DU);
Essen (E) [1st: Essen Cathedral, RC];
Gelsenkirchen (GE);
Hamm (HAM);
Herne (HER);
Kleve (KLE);
Krefeld (KR);
Mülheim an der Ruhr;
Oberhausen (OB)
D8-7-8 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Düsseldorf  [1st: Rheinturm]
Castrop-Rauxel (RE).
D8-7-9 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Dortmund (DO) [2nd: U-Tower]
Wittenberg: [1st: Stadtkirche]
Ennepe-Ruhr-Kreis (EN): Schwelm, Hattingen (EN).
D8-7-10 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Coesfeld (COE);
Münster (MS): [1st: Münster Cathedral, St Paul, RC];
Steinfurt (ST);
Unna (UN);
Warendorf (WA)

D8-7-11 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Bielefeld (BI) [1st: Sparrenburg Castle]
Höxter (HX);
Lippe (LIP): Detmold;
Paderborn (PB) [1st: Paderborn Cathedral, RC];
Soest (SO); [1st: Externsteine, rock formation; SCP261011]

D8-7-12 NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN,
Gütersloh (GT);
Herford (HF) [2nd: MARTa Museum]
Minden-Lübbecke (MI): Minden [1st: Minden Cathedral, St Gorgonius/Peter RC, Paderborn diocese]
Handorian States Reference:
United Nations of Handor (UNH) – Frian
Nation of Herotlant
8.7 is associated with Herotlant, one of the 12 nations of the United Nations of Hirlan. This nation occupies the south and central part of the island of Rutinland. It is a recent incorporation into the Handorian State System and is still undergoing integration and release. Its admission to the Handorian States System caused the name of the State of Frian to change into United Nations of Handor. In former times Herotland was the emanation point of a major empire. The capital is Harvest, aka Ludhan, the second largest city of the United Nations of Handor, whose main squad is Harding. Other relevant cities are Heiling and Harlot.
8-7-1 Hilfestellung
8-7-2 Umorienterung
8-7-3 Hit
8-7-4 Haig
8-7-5 Honig, Herzt
8-7-6 Harlot, Herzog, Hedwig, Hamlet
8-7-7 Harvest, Harding, Heilung, Hartmut, Hadewig, Heilwig, Herheart, Henning
8-7-8 Hausberg, Hornberg
8-7-9 Hinderung, Heimatort
8-7-10 Heisenberg
8-7-11 Honorierung
8-7-12 Heranziehung

Guidance:
Induction Programme: 081196-8.7
Learn to ask. Spirit will always give. It is the one who gives. Ask outwardly and wait for the answer within. It does not matter what the outward answer is. You always know that from within there is a yes. Have the courage to ask for what your heart wants, allow the request to come from your belly and then reach directly the heart, so as to be expressed through the throat. When you ask and operate in the request you are grounding. Dare to ask, undisturbed by the consequences. It is a ritual act which relates you with me. This is the trinity relationship.
Binary System 1 – Pahekarubhe 1: PR – 151198:
“You are to retrieve your shamanic power, accessing the source of your power located at the Centre of the Sacred Circle. It is by the Great Tree and its sacred fire. Stop wondering around the circle, stop begging elsewhere what you already know well where it can be found. Release local arguments and move towards the Centre. No matter what kind of experiences you have and where you have them, they will always lead you to that point, they will always serve the purpose of directing you there. There is indeed no other place where to go. Wherever you go, whoever you meet, whatever you decide to do, the goals if always that. It is up to you whether to accelerate or delay the journey.”
I go to the Great Tree and I hold the hand of Pahai Sadoh. I ask him to activate the fire. We then operate on the Sacred Circle. I begin from Ruha. Volfa says:
“You are to implement your local war of light. In order to build the Sacred Circe each one has to fight their local war without interfering with the war of others. In the Sacred Circle you share what happens. You can receive support, yet the war is only the fighter’s. Each one comes from distant universes and in the circle finds support and unity. You become aware that the war is the same. The Game is the same. In a team each one has their role and operates with full responsibility.”
Ratah and Marmot confirm the power to heal myself and others. Znegha speaks about its power to transform and use the energy of death. This power can be used to heal. Riallah refers to the power of the mind. With Volfa I go to Quiumakai. Upon exiting the cavern I see a hand holding a flower. The flower opens up completely and its petals start to fall, while another flower emerges. The latter also opens upon and its flowers then fall, and so it continues ad infinitum in a cycle of birth, death and rebirth. It is an ongoing flowering and every time there is a wider expansion. I claim the power of healing and of using Pahai. I ask a tool for this purpose. I drink the potion and I receive an application for the Tulah of S5 and Pahai. The sword also contains the one. Mentioning the Tulah and Pahai, allows this inclusion to be operative. Graha can be sent to their destination.
“You are authorised to use these tools. It is your work. You do not need to expect the acknowledgment of others. Your work involves channeling Graha. It is your work and for this you have been trained. It is your promise: the one of the Sacred Cone. Go into it so that it is kept. State this outwardly. It is your function. You are here to retrieve Graha and release them. State this. In doing so you heal the world.”
I ask for signs of change and I feel an incredible power, which I have not experienced for long.
“Healing will come in spring when a miracle will occur. Be patient and exercise your Function. Use the Graha according to procedures. Use all the Graha to feed the Sacred Cone.”