In the Astroshamanic Binary System Sun in Taurus (2) and Moon in Virgo (6) constitute Binary 2.6, or Binary number 18.
Sun in Taurus and Moon in Virgo blend Fixed Earth and Mutable Earth, mixing Taurus’s determination, delight and ease with Virgo’s efficiency, service and healing qualities.
This combination has a profound connection with the physical body and the physical environment, with a natural propensity for manifesting concrete results and providing useful services.
Taurus and Virgo are in a trine aspect, which produces an easy, balanced and mutually supporting link between the signs involved. This can bring major benefits when there is clarity of intent and focus. If this is not the case the benefits may develop unconsciously and gained by whoever holds a clear intention. There is a great potential of manifestation during these days, with the possibility of taking fruitful actions for yourself and others. The only difficulty is about having the courage to take the initiative, to move and do it, then things are likely to flow very easily.
In particular, the invitation is to be aware of the physical reality around us, interrupting, at least for a few instants, the constant inner dialogue that defines and labels whatever we see. We can learn to listen, placing aside our personal history and ideas, allowing the physical world, including our bodies, to speak, even if we don’t understand the language.
“When we concentrate on a material object, whatever its situation, the very act of attention may lead to our involuntary sinking into the history of that object. Novices must learn to skim over matter if they want matter to stay at the exact level of the moment. Transparent things, through which the past shines!” (Vladimir Nabokov, born with Sun in Taurus and Moon in Virgo)
Image: by Gianfilippo Usellini, born with Sun in Taurus and Moon in Virgo, Italian painter.
This binary has a profound connection with the physical body and the third-dimensional environment, with a natural propensity for manifesting concrete results and delivering most useful tools or services.
Taurus and Virgo are in a trine aspect (120°), which produces an easy, balanced and mutually supporting link between the signs involved. This can bring major benefits when there is clarity of intent and focus. If this is not the case the benefits will develop unconsciously and gained by whoever holds a clear intention.
Binary 2.6 can provide major services to the world and a most relentless setting for successful manifestation, as long as the resistance towards taking the initiative and getting started is overcome.
Qualities: pragmatism, common sense, stability, service
Grievances: inertia, lack of courage and initiative.
Two days after the First Quarter, the Moon is in trine, 120° angle to the Sun (Gibbous Moon). It is a receptive phase, a time of pause and rest when, unless there are other issues at work, things tend to glide in life. If you have productively used the energy of the previous phase, now you can gather the first fruits. It is not usually an ideal moment to act or force situations. It is a time of preparation aimed at reviewing past actions, considering information related to what was established at New Moon, and filtering all data. The question here is: “How can I put together all the different pieces of the puzzle? What needs to be refined or discarded?”
Astroshamanic Seal: a vertical and horizontal line crossing with a “V” shape pointing on cross-line, giving the expression of a sacred tree. It indeed represents a luminous hand emerging from below, bestowing a luminous flame, which does not appear in the seal. Whatever happens is the reflection of something within ourselves, which we need only to acknowledge, without doing anything. Let everything and everyone pass, knowing that the flame is always there. The flame is the sacred awareness, the Core Multidimensional Identity, the light of the world. Though you may not see it, it is always there.
Celebrities with 2.6:
Alexia (Italian singer)
Mary Astor (actress, 2.6.8)
Claudine Auger (French actress)
Claudio Baglioni (Italian singer, 2.6.2, Saturn Vessel)
Lex Barker (actor)
Luciano Benetton (Italian businessman, 2.6.2)
Candice Bergen (actress, 2.6.10)
Charles Berling (actor, director, 2.6.5)
Gigi Camedda (Italian musician, Tazenda)
Jean Daniélou (theologian, historian, 2.6.9)
Eugène Delacroix (French romantic painter)
Albert Delegue (French actor, 2.6.6, Pluto Vessel)
Donovan (Scottish singer, 2.6.3)
Emilio Estevez (actor, director)
Vladimir Fedorovski (writer)
Marco da Gagliano (Italian composer)
Dick Gaughan (musician, 2.6.4)
Jean Giraud (actor, 2.6.5)
Massimo Girotti (Italian actor)
Thomas Hancock (inventor)
Hirohito (Japanese emperor, 2.6.9, Uranus Instrument)
Deborah Houlding (English astrologer, 2.6.4)
Engelbert Humperdinck (singer, 2.6.10, Uranus Power)
Christian Lacroix (French fashion designer, 2.6.5, Saturn Vessel, Pluto Instrument)
Traci Lords (American actress, singer, 2.6.7, Pluto Vessel)
Lorie (singer, 2.6.12)
Shirley MacLaine (actress, writer, 2.6.6, Neptune Vessel)
Muhammad (founder of Islam, 2.6.11, Neptune Power)
Vladimir Nabokov (novelist, professor, 2.6,1, Lolita)
Austin Nichols (actor)
Jack Nicholson (actor, 2.6.5, Uranus Power, Pluto Instrument)
Phillip Noyce (Australian film director)
Cédric Oheix (singer, songwriter)
Laurence Olivier (actor, 2.6.3, Pluto Instrument)
Anne Parillaud (French actress, 2.6.8, Pluto Flower)
François-Auguste Parseval-Grandmaison (poet)
Michelle Pfeiffer (actress, 2.6.3)
Max Planck (physicist, 2.6.5, Pluto Power)
Tyrone Power (actor, 2.6.8)
Moana Pozzi (Italian actress, 2.6.12)
Fay Presto (British magician, 2.6.10)
James Russo (actor)
Demetrio Stratos (Italian lyricist)
Kim Tae-woo (singer)
George Takei (actor, Cp. Sulu in Star Trek)
Channing Tatum (American actor)
Josip Broz Tito (statesman, 2.6.5, Saturn Vessel)
Pete Townshend (English singer, song-writer, 2.6.6, Uranus Flower)
Donatella Versace (Italian fashion designer, 2.6.2)
Claude Weiss (editor, astrologer, author, 2.6.5)
Gianfilippo Usellini, pittore italiano († 1971) 2.6
Frank Wilczek (physicist)
2-6 STATE OF BRENTO,
NATION OF ODRAMS
This nation is situated in the south-west area of the State of Brento, bordering the State of Frams and the Confederation of Tudorian Principalities. It is a most significant nation from the Provisional Delegate Bureau perspective since it is the ancestral abode of His Heinousness Alexander Franciscus de Saint Bogus. The territory of Odrams consists of low valleys and minor hills in the north, increasing in altitude as they reach the central-south area and developing in plateaux, such as the Western Handorian Plateau (Handoropramauna) and the Dramtian Hills (Dramtilrans) with significant elevations in the south.
The national capital is Ops, bordered in the west by the breathtaking Odramse Gardens, seat of the Archivikary of Odrams, and celebrated for its long columns and temples.
The trinity of Odra Domain Bogus (2.6.5), whose head city and vicarage is Bogus, is a major Provisional Delegate Bureau training centre and the original heritage abode of the PDB Supply Vicar. At its centre stand the major elevations of the Odra Mountains, including an out of bound area, managed by the PDB.
Further vicarian cities are Bacchants, Besdamandes, Bras, Odrengrais, Odrubis, Oeuf de Drams,
The trinity of Baltis (2.6.6) and Baroness (2.6.8) are particularly known for their refined multi-grapes used by the hero Ballants to produce its epic ecstatic elixirs and wines.
The Trinities of Odrams
|2.6.1||Oeuf de Drams||Oeuf de Drams|
|2.6.2||Odr de Garones||Of|
|2.6.5||Odra Domain Bogus||Bogus|
|2.6.12||Burrow Heaps||Burrow Heaps|
Names: Baltis, Bogus, Bras, Odrengrais, Odrubis, Oestrus, Ojas (vigor), Ops.
Other Names: Badlands, Barracks, Beef, Bless, Bonus, Oasis, Omnibus, Opus, Boris, Baten Kaitos, Osiris, Belenus, Bes, Ogmius, Onuiris, Bois.
Provisional Territorial Unit:
Aquitaine, Poitou Charentes
Nation of Odrams
D2-6-1 Aquitaine, Dordogne: Périgeux (Périgeux, Sarlat-la-Canéda), FR-24 [A: Lascaux, caves, 15000 BC, 45° 2′ 57″ N, 1° 10′ 34″ E (Montignac, Sarlat-la-Canéda)]
D2-6-2 Aquitaine, Lot-et-Garonne: Agen, FR-47
D2-6-3 Aquitaine, Landes: Mont-de-Marsans, FR-40
D2-6-4 Aquitaine, Pyrénées-Atlantique: Pau, FR-64
D2-6-5 Aquitaine, Gironde: Bordeaux (Bordeaux), FR-33
D2-6-6 Aquitaine, Gironde: (Blaye, Langon, Lesparre-Médoc, Libourne, Arcachon), FR-33
D2-6-7 Poitou-Charentes, Charente-Maritime: La Rochelle, FR-17
D2-6-8 Poitou-Charentes, Charente: Angoulême, FR-16
D2-6-9 Poitou-Charentes, Deux-Sèvres: Niort, FR-79 [B: Bougon, necropolis, sanctuary, 4700 BC, 46° 21′ 55″ N, 0° 3′ 30″ W (Niort)]
D2-6-10 Poitou-Charentes, Vienne: (Châtellerault, Montmorillon), FR-86
D2-6-11 Poitou-Charentes, Vienne: Poitiers, FR-86
D2-6-12 Aquitaine, Dordogne: (Bergerac, Nontron), FR-24