In the Astroshamanic Binary System Sun in Taurus (1) and Moon in Aries (1) constitute Binary 2.1, or Binary number 14.
Sun in Taurus and Moon in Aries blend Fixed Earth and Cardinal Fire, mixing Taurus’s determination, delight and ease with Aries’s initiative, courage and spontaneity.
This binary definitely encourages to go for what you want with relentless confidence and practical instinct. Once it can rely on some basic foundations or security, it provides enduring energies for pioneering enterprises and risky activities.
Sun in Taurus and Moon in Aries 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, Taurus, provides the sense of direction, the determination and stamina, to hold the binary together, while the second, Aries, contributes initiative and courage to promote action. Issues may arise if Aries’ impatience to accomplish takes over, disregarding the pragmatic elements of Taurus.
Qualities: courage, resilience, determination, endurance, power, confidence.
Grievances: selfishness, possessiveness, aggressiveness, anger, over-indulgence, falling-out.
When the waning Moon is in Aries at 30° from the Sun in Taurus, 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 large square with the three-fold gush of Aries inside and a golden stone below.
The vision of an eagle flying and then landing on a branch. The branch breaks and the eagle falls on earth. It then enters a hole near the tree, which was previously crated by an animal, retrieving a golden stone, which it offers to a healer, Kurandah.
Celebrities with 2.1:
Salvador Dalí (Spanish artist, 2.1.4) I don’t do drugs. I am drugs.
Susanna Agnelli (Italian politician, writer, 2.1.8, Uranus Root)
Akon (Senegalese-American hip hop, R&B singer)
Idi Amin (Uganda military leader, president)
Jean-Claude Annoux (French composer, singer, 2.1.10, Uranus Root-Power)
Giuseppe Armanini (Italian tenor, 2.1.12, Pluto Power, Neptune Vessel)
David Attenborough (English broadcaster, naturalist, Uranus Vessel)
Gottfried Benn (German novelist, 2.1.7)
Cate Blanchett (actress, Elizabeth, The Lord of Ring, Saturn Vessel)
Ronnie Bond (English vocalist, Saturn-Uranus Power) It’s Written On Your Body
Grazia Bordoni (Italian astrologer, teacher, 2.1.5, Pluto Instrument)
Lucrèce Borgia (daughter of Pope Alexander VI, 2.1.5)
Robert Browning (English poet, playwright, 2.1.9, Neptune Instrument)
Gabriel Byrne (Ireland actor) Smilla’s sense of snow, Stigmata
Steve Clark (guitarist)
Cristina Comencini (Italian film director, writer) Quando la notte
Andrea Corr (Irish musician, singer, songwriter)
Bartolomeo Cristofori (Italian maker of musical instruments)
Christopher Cross (American singer, songwriter)
Casey Donovan (Australian singer, 2.1.5)
Kim Fields (American actress, singer)
David Filo (co-founder of Yahoo!)
Melissa Gilbert (American actress, writer)
Tony Goldwyn (American actor, director)
Salvator Gotta (Italian writer, 2.1.1, Neptune-Pluto Power)
Dennis Hopper (American actor, 2.1.9, Saturn Root)
Enrique Iglesias (singer)
Janet Jackson (singer)
Jackie Jackson (singer)
Keith Jarrett (American pianist, composer)
Jomanda (Dutch new age guru, Lady of the Light)
Emmanuel Kant (German philosopher, 2.1.11)
Ernst Kirchner (German painter, 2.1.3)
Henry Koster (German director)
Anthony Lawrence (Australian poet, 2.1.6)
Tamara de Lempicka (Polish art deco painter)
Dominique Lefebvre (French politician)
Ruggero Leoncavallo (Italian opera composer, Pluto Power)
Mary MacGregor (American singer) Torn Between Two Lovers
Malcolm X (black Muslim minister, 2.1.10)
Ian McCulloch (English singer, Echo & the Bunnymen)
Daniela Nardini (Scottish actress, 2.1.5)
Nezahualcoyotl (philosopher, warrior, architect, poet tlatoani)
Nicholas II of Russia (Russian last tsar, 2.1.10)
Max Ophuls (German director)
Pol Pot (Cambodian prime minister)
Walter Preuss (German astrologer, 2.1.1)
Maximilien Robespierre (leader of French revolution, 2.1.11, Saturn Instrument)
Jacqueline Saint-Jean (French writer, poet, Uranus Power)
Antonio Salazar (Portuguese dictator, 2.1.6)
Oskar Schindler (German industrialist, Saturn Vessel) Schindler’s List
Emma Shapplin (French soprano)
Robert Shaw (American conductor, 2.1.3, Pluto Instrument)
Giovanni Soldini (Italian navigator, 2.1.6, Pluto-Uranus Instrument)
Dominique Strauss-Kahn (French economist, politician, 2.1.5)
Rabindranath Tagore (Bengali poet, 2.1.1)
Bertrand Tavernier (French director, 2.1.3)
Randy Travis (American country music singer, 2.1.2)
Bill Ward (musician, drummer of Black Sabbath)
Pete Wingfield (English songwriter, singer)
Stevie Wonder (singer, songwriter, 2.1. 7, Neptune Instrument)
This nation is situated in the central-north area of the State of Brento, bordering the United Nations of Handor in the north. It was originally called Dekruz. The territory, apart from a couple of minor hills, is exclusively flat, consisting of green wild prairie and lowlands, woods and cultivated crop fields. The capital, and seat of the Archivicary of Bekrun, is Okra, also known as Ohua. Bekrun is the nation of the Brentan Barons, who established the primeval outpost of the State of Brento. Vicary cities in the nation are Baron d’Oignon, Baigle Baron, Benediction Neuf Mitra.
The Trinities of Bekrun
The Trinities of Bekrun
|2.1.1||Bekr Hautrhin||Bekr Colmaren|
|2.1.2||Baron d’Oignon||Baron d’Oignon|
|2.1.3||Bekr de Basrhin||Bra|
|2.1.12||Baigle Baron||Baigle Baron|
Names: Okra, Bafta, Omicron, Bodran, Baron, Benediction; Babula (madness), Bagicha (garden), Barkha (rain), Basera (resting place), Bavala (mad), Bela (jasmine), Bhadra (blessed), Beeja (seed), Bhadren (blessed), Bhajan (devotional song), Bhama (splendour), Bhan (awareness), Bhana (light), Bhasa (luster), Bhasha (language), Bhavana (emotional), Bhavata (beloved), Bhavya (potential), Bhikha (offering), Bhola (innocent), Bhora (morning), Bhuman (earth), Bhumika (earth), Bhusha (ornament), Bimala (pure), Bina (lute), Bodha (understanding), Bunda (drop), Oma (divine sound).
Other Names: Babylon, baldaquin, bacon, barn, battalion, beacon, boon, brown, basilica, bonanza, obsidian, octagon, odeon, omen, open, option, origin, oxygen.
Provisional Territorial Unit:
REGION D2-1: FRANCE
Region D2-1 consists of two metropolitan administrative regions (Alsace and Lorraine).
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Lowest point:
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Capricorn, Saturn
Duad Degree: 27½-30° Taurus
Stargate Link: 29°Taurus34’-54’: Pleiades (Electra, Celaeno, Tavgeta, Maia, Merope, Asterope), Taurus; 27°Taurus50’: Kappa Persei, Misam; Eta Persei, 28°Taurus51’: Miram, Perseus; 29°Taurus35’: Omicron Eridani, Beid, Eridanus.
Administrative Alsace is divided into 2 departments (Bas Rhin, Haut Rhin), 13 departmental arrondissements, 75 cantons, and 904 communes.
Lorraine is divided into 4 departments (Meurthe-et-Moselle, Meuse, Moselle, Vosges),
D2-1-1 Alsace, Haute-Rhin: Colmar (Colmar, Ribeauvillé, Guebwiller), FR-68
D2-1-2 Alsace, Bas-Rhin: (Haguenaus, Saverne, Wissembourg, Molshein, Sélestal-Erstein), FR-67
D2-1-3 Alsace, Bas-Rhin: Strasbourg (Strasbourg-Ville, Strasbourg-Campagne), FR-67
D2-1-4 Lorraine, Meurthe-et-Moselle: (Lunéville, Briey, Toul), FR-54
D2-1-5 Lorraine, Meurthe-et-Moselle: Nancy (Nancy), FR-54
D2-1-6 Lorraine, Moselle: (Thionville-Est, Thionville-Ouest, Sarrebourg, Sarreguemines, Château-Salins), FR-57
D2-1-7 Lorraine, Moselle: Metz (Metz-Ville, Metz-Campagne, Boulay-Moselle, Forbach), FR-57
D2-1-8 Lorraine, Vosges: Épinal (Épinal), FR-88
D2-1-9 Lorraine, Vosges: (Neufchâteau, Saint-Die-des-Vosges), FR-88
D2-1-10 Lorraine, Meuse: Bar-le-Duc (Bar-le-Duc, Commercy), FR-55
D2-1-11 Lorraine, Meuse: (Verdun) FR-55
D2-1-12 Alsace, Haute-Rhin: (Mulhouse, Altkirch, Thann), FR-68