In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Aquarius (11) and Moon in Taurus (2) constitute Binary 11.2, or Binary number 122.
11.2 (Sun in Aquarius and Moon in Taurus) integrates fixed Air and fixed Earth blending Aquarius’s humanitarian spirit, genius, rebelliousness and originality with Taurus’s sensuality, patience, pragmatism and determination. Reliable, loyal, kind-hearted and friendly, they are deeply motivated to ground and give form to the Aquarian idealism and progressive spirit, yet mainly in a patient and relaxed way. The combination of fixed signs strengthens the will-power and a certain dosage of stubbornness.
This is a combination that inspires a multidimensional, estremely advanced and apparently most outrageous awareness of the physical world and the way all its resources are meant to be shared and managed. The higher mind and collective consciousness prevails here on the belief of private property we attach to physical possessions, including our bodies and the ordinary dynamics of human relationships. The resonance with this binary provides the insights, courage and experiential empowerment to break through the patterns of the perception of our separated bodies, allowing them to offer substantial glimpses of their multidimensional nature.
Aquarius and Taurus are in a square (90°) aspect. They are both fixed signs, holding the core essence of the direction, season and element they represent, North and East, Winter and Spring, Air and Earth respectively. They share the power to reach a climax and ground it, though their energy works at cross-purposes and this can cause significant friction. In ordinary terms these signs appear hard to integrate due to the tension they generate, and yet this same tension can provide the massive force needed for achieving most significant objectives.
When the Crescent Moon in Taurus forms a square or 90° angle to the Sun in Aquarius, the First Quarter or Waxing Halfmoon begins. At this active phase, the Moon moves outside the orbit of the Earth toward that of Mars. It is the right moment to act out, take initiative, step forward, go for it, and do what feels right. Here we have the possibility to choose either to be creative protagonists of our life or passive victims of events. It is a question of getting down to work, using the physical body in accordance with your Intent, stirring the energy, not of thinking or visioning. The question is: “What do I do right now to set in motion my Intent?” The key here is not indulging on the answer, and simply do it.
Astroshamanic Seal: a structure representing a flying small garden.
Astroshamanic Binary Guidance: “You are a starship. You are a voyager and you move with your Sacred Circle around you. Keep your tools at hand and use them whenever you meet what needs to be released and what needs to be given”
27 January: Saint Angela Merici, virgin – Optional Memorial
28 January: Saint Thomas Aquinas, priest and doctor – Memorial
John Donne born on 21 January 1572–Sun Aquarius, Moon Taurus, died 31 March 1631, English poet, satirist, lawyer, and priest (11.2), considered the pre-eminent representative of the metaphysical poets. His works are noted for their strong, sensual style and include sonnets, love poems, religious poems, Latin translations, epigrams, elegies, songs, satires and sermons. His poetry is noted for its vibrancy of language and inventiveness of metaphor, especially compared to that of his contemporaries. Donne’s style is characterised by abrupt openings and various paradoxes, ironies and dislocations.
Donne lived in poverty for several years, relying heavily on wealthy friends. He spent much of the money he inherited during and after his education on womanising, literature, pastimes, and travel. In 1601, Donne secretly married Anne More, with whom he had twelve children. In 1615, he became an Anglican priest, although he did not want to take Anglican orders. He did so because King James I persistently ordered it. In 1621, he was appointed the Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral in London. He also served as a member of Parliament in 1601 and in 1614.
He wrote secular poems as well as erotic poems and love poems. John Donne is commemorated as a priest in the calendar of the Church of England and in the Calendar of Saints of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America on 31 March.
Several historical novels describe various episodes in Donne’s life: Elizabeth Gray Vining’s Take Heed of Loving Me: A novel about John Donne (1963), Maeve Haran’s The Lady and the Poet (2010)., Mary Novik’s Conceit (2007), Garry O’Connor’s Death’s Duel: a novel of John Donne (2015), which deals with the poet as a young man, Christie Dickason’s The Noble Assassin (2012), Brian Crockett’s Love’s Alchemy: a John Donne mystery (2015), in which the poet is recruited into the secret service to foil the Gunpowder Plot. Musical settings: John Cooper (“The Message”); Henry Lawes (“Break of Day”); “ John Dowland (“Break of Day” and “To ask for all thy love”); and settings of “A Hymn to God the Father” by John Hilton the younger and Pelham Humfrey (1688), Havergal Brian (“A nocturnal on St Lucy’s Day”, Eleanor Everest Freer (“Break of Day”), Walford Davies (“The Cross”, 1909) among the earliest. “Go and Catch a Falling Star” on John Renbourn’s album John Renbourn (1966) in which the last line is altered to “False, ere I count one, two, three”. In 2009, Jennifer Higdon composed the choral piece On the Death of the Righteous based on Donne’s sermons. Anton Batagov’s “ I Fear No More, selected songs and meditations of John Donne” (2015).
Death is an ascension to a better library.
Be thine own palace, or the world’s thy jail
No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main; if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friends or of thine own were; any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind; and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.
Geneviève Asse (11.2.6) born in Vannes January 24, 1923, French painter and artist.
Albert Lebourg (11.2.5) born February 1, 1849 in Montfort-sur-Risle and died January 6, 1928 in Rouen, French painter.
Jackson Pollock (11.2) American painter (28 January 1912-d. 1956).
CINEMA & MEDIA
Ary Abittan (11.2.3) born on January 31, 1974 in Paris, French humorist and actor.
Jacques Berthier, born February 10, 1916 in Paris, died April 6, 2008 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, French director and actor.
Bill Bixby (11.2.7, Uranus cjn MC) January 22, 1934 – November 21, 1993, three-time Emmy Award-nominated American film and television actor, director and frequent game show panelist.
Lucia Bosé (born 28 January 1931) Italian actress, who was at the height of her fame during the period of Italian Neorealism, mother of Spanish singer Miguel Bosé.
Matt Dillon (11.2.11) Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Taurus, Ascendant in Aquarius, born February 18, 1964 in New Rochelle, New York, American actor and film director.
Jim Jarmusch (11.2.5) Sun Aquarius, Moon Taurus, Ascendant Leo, American director 22 January 1953. Films: Stranger Than Paradise (1984) with Benigni, Dead Man, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, Coffee and Cigarettes, Broken Flowers.
Sarah Kane (3 February 1971 – 20 February 1999) English playwright. Her plays deal with themes of redemptive love, sexual desire, pain, torture — both physical and psychological — and death.
Nastassja Kinski (11.2.8, Neptune cjn Asc) born January 24, 1961, German actress.
Taylor Lautner (11.2.2) born February 11, 1992, American actor and martial artist who is perhaps best known for his 2005 family film performances of The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D.
William Maher (11.2.7) born January 20, 1956, American comedian, actor, writer, and producer.
Fausto Romitelli, born February 1, 1963 in Gorizia, died June 27, 2004 in Milan (cancer), Italian musician and composer.
Martin Shaw (11.2.11) born 21 January 1945, English actor, known for his roles in the television series The Professionals, The Chief, Judge John Deed and Inspector George Gently.
Pierre Tchernia (11.2.1) born Pierre Tcherniakowski on 29 January 1928 in Paris, died on October 8, 2016, French cinema and television producer, screenwriter, presenter, animator and actor. In France he is known as “Magic” Tchernia and Monsieur Cinema.
Guglielmo Zorzi (11.2.2) born on January 31, 1879 in Bologna, died on October 4, 1967, Italian film director and screenwriter.
Eliette Abécassis (11.2.12) born January 27, 1969 in Strasbourg, French writer.
Ugo Betti (11.2.3, Pluto cjn Asc) Camerino, February 4, 1892 – Rome, June 9, 1953, Italian judge, better known as an author, who is considered by many the greatest Italian playwright next to Pirandello.
Arne Næss (11.2) Norwegian philosopher (27 January 1912-d. 2009)
Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, (11.2.11) Austrian writer (27 January 1836-d. 1895). Venus in Furs (Venus im Pelz) is the best known of his works, part of an epic series called Legacy of Cain, with themes of female dominance and sadomasochism, inspired from Sacher-Masoch’s own life. In real life he and his mistress Baroness Fanny Pistor signed a contract making him her slave for a period of six months, with the stipulation that the Baroness wear furs as often as possible, especially when she was in a cruel mood.
W. Somerset Maugham (11.2.12) Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Taurus, Ascendant Pisces, English writer (25 January 1874-d. 1965). His masterpiece is generally agreed to be Of Human Bondage, a semiautobiographical novel. Other relevant works: The Moon and Sixpence, about the life of Paul Gauguin, Cakes and Ale, with characterizations of the authors Thomas Hardy and Hugh Walpole, The Magician (1908), a caricature of Aleister Crowley. Film adaptations: The Moon and Sixpence (1942), The Razor’s Edge (1946), Of Human Bondage (1946); Quartet (1948), Trio (1950), Encore (1952) Maugham appears as himself in introductions; Miss Sadie Thompson (1953), The Seventh Sin (1957), The Beachcomber (1958), Of Human Bondage (1964), The Letter (1969), The Letter (1982), The Razor’s Edge (1984), Up at the Villa (2000), Being Julia (2004), The Painted Veil (2006).
Kisean Anderson (born February 3, 1990) better known by his stage name Sean Kingston, Jamaican American pop singer and rapper.
Carolina Bubbico (Lecce, 3 February 1990) Italian singer-songwriter, pianist, composer.
Ali Campbell (11.2) British singer and songwriter (UB40), 1959.
Joseph Fatone (born January 28, 1977) American singer, actor and television personality. He is best known as a member of the American pop group, ‘N Sync.
Beth Hart (born January 24, 1972) American singer who became famous with the hit “LA Song (Out of This Town)”.
Jermaine Lamarr Cole (born January 28, 1985), better known by his stage name J. Cole, American hip-hop recording artist and record producer.
Darren Criss (11.2.3) born February 5, 1987, American actor, singer-songwriter, musician, composer, internet personality, and one of the founding members of Team StarKid, a theater production company.
Sheryl Crow (11.2.2) born February 11, 1962, American singer-songwriter, musician and political activist. Her music blends rock, country, pop, folk and blues, into one mainstream sound, and she has won nine Grammy Awards. “If it makes you happy”.
Juliette Gréco (11.2.7) born February 7, 1927, French actress and popular chanson singer.
Serge Lama (11.2.4) b. February 11, 1943 in Bordeaux) French singer. “Je suis malade”, “D’aventure en aventure”.
Piero Pelù (11.2) Sun Aquarius, Moon Taurus, Italian singer and songwriter, born in Florence 10 February 1962, known for his work with the Italian rock band Litfiba. In 1999, he quit Litfiba due to tensions between him and guitarist Ghigo Renzulli. In 2000 he released his first solo album Né buoni né cattivi. In 2002 his duet with an Indonesian popstar, Anggun, entitled “L’amore immaginato” reached #1 in the National Italian Airplay Charts. Pelù’s powerful vocal timbre and range falls within the baritone category. His songs are most powerful exemplifications of the Aquarian spirit. His first three albums (Desaparecido, 17 Re, Litfiba 3) released in the 80s are a trilogy aimed at releasing totalitarianism and prohibitionism. In the 90s the emphasis is on the elements with El diablo (fire), Terremoto (earth), Spirito (air) and Mondi sommersi (water).
Gabrielle Roth (11.2) (February 4, 1941 – October 22, 2012) American dancer and musician in the world music and trance dance genres, with a special interest in shamanism. She created the 5Rhythms approach to movement in the 1960s.
Kelly Rowland (11.2.9, Uranus cjn Asc) born Kelendria Trene Rowland on February 11, 1981, American R&B singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress, who rose to fame as one of the founding members of the successful R&B girl group Destiny’s Child, one of the world’s best-selling female group of all time selling over 53 million records worldwide.
Natasha St-Pier, born February 10, 1981 in Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canadian pop singer.
Yiruma is the stage name of I Ru-ma (born February 15, 1978), popular internationally known pianist and composer from South Korea. The name “Yiruma” means “accomplishment” in Korean.
Robin Zander (11.2.8) American singer (Cheap Trick) 23 January 1953
Ronald Reagan (11.2.9) February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) the 40th President of the United States (1981 – 1989) and the 33rd Governor of California (1967 – 1975).
Derek Acorah (11.2) English spirit medium 27 January 1950.
Giuseppe Dossetti (11.2.11, Uranus cjn Asc) 13 February 1913 – 15 December 1996, Italian jurist, a politician and from 1958 onward a Catholic priest.
Allison DuBois (11.2.7, Uranus cjn Asc, Saturn cjn Moon) born January 24, 1972, author and controversial research medium who states that she has psychic abilities with which she can communicate with the dead. Her life is the basis of the TV show Medium.
Robert Ferguson (11.2.5) born February 13, 1932 in Danbury, Connecticut, American writer and spiritualist researcher, founder of a spiritualist church, The Aquarian Foundation in San Jose, CA.
Fulcanelli (1839 – ?) a pseudonym assumed, in the late 19th century, by a French alchemist and esoteric author, whose identity is still debated, also called the Master Alchemist. Fulcanelli is mentioned in Paulo Coelho’s 1993 bestselling novel, The Alchemist.
The hunt for Fulcanelli by Allied and Nazi intelligence services during World War Two is a major theme of Martin Langfield’s 2009 novel The Secret Fire. There is a song entitled “But Who Was Fulcanelli?” on the second disc of Frank Zappa’s album Guitar, on Lagartija Nick’s album “Lo imprevisto”, Daniel Brummel’s album “Speak Easy” includes the song “Mystery of the Cathedrals.” In 1989’s movie La Chiesa (The Church), directed by Michele Soavi, the main character has a copy of Le Mystère des Cathédrales.
Edir Macedo (11.2.1) born February 18, 1945, religious leader. He founded the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God with R. R. Soares, who later went on to found his own church, International Church of the Grace of God.
James Pike (11.2.9) February 14, 1913 – September 1969, American Episcopal bishop, prolific writer, and one of the first mainline religious figures to appear regularly on television.
Grigori Rasputin (11.2.8) Sun Aquarius, Moon Taurus, Ascendant Scorpio (22 January 1869-d. 1916) Russian monk, healer, traveller, psychic and trusted friend of the family of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of the Russian Empire. Rasputin was murdered by monarchists who hoped to save Tsarism by ending his sway over the royal family.
Rasputin’s vision of Our Lady of Kazan turned him towards the life of a religious mystic. By 1900, he was identified as a strannik, a religious wanderer, visiting holy places on foot and exchanging teaching for hospitality. His interpretations of the Scriptures were so keen and so original that even learned churchmen liked to listen to them.
He has been the subject of a variety of media since his death:
Rasputin’s End (1958) is an opera in three acts; (libretto by Stephen Spender, music by Nicolas Nabokov).
Rasputin the Mad Monk (1966) is a horror film with Christopher Lee as Rasputin.
I Killed Rasputin (1967) a biographical film directed by Robert Hossein.
Elem Klimov, Agony (1975).
The disco single “Rasputin” (1978) by the German-based pop and disco group Boney M references Rasputin’s alleged affair with Alexandra Fyodorovna. The tune is based on the Turkish song “Kâtibim”.
1996 HBO biographical television film “Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny”.
Rasputin was depicted as the vengeful antagonist in the 1997 American animated film Anastasia.
In 2003, Einojuhani Rautavaara composed Rasputin, an opera in three acts.
In 2011, Josée Dayan directed a French-Russian produced a film on Rasputin for television called Raspoutine starring Gérard Depardieu in the role of Rasputin.
Rasputin was the subject of the BBC Radio 4 series Great Lives (2013).
The Russian series Grigorii R, directed by Andrey Malyukov (2014).
Eckhart Tolle (born in Dortmund, Germany,on February 16, 1948) German-born resident of Canada, known as the author of The Power of Now (1997) and A New Earth: Awakening to your Life’s Purpose. In 2011, he was listed by Watkins Review as the most spiritually influential person in the world. Tolle has said that he was depressed for much of his life until he underwent, at age 29, an “inner transformation”.
I couldn’t live with myself any longer. And in this a question arose without an answer: who is the ‘I’ that cannot live with the self? What is the self? I felt drawn into a void! I didn’t know at the time that what really happened was the mind-made self, with its heaviness, its problems, that lives between the unsatisfying past and the fearful future, collapsed. It dissolved. The next morning I woke up and everything was so peaceful. The peace was there because there was no self. Just a sense of presence or “beingness,” just observing and watching.
He then spent several years wandering “in a state of deep bliss” before becoming a spiritual teacher.
A true spiritual teacher does not have anything to teach in the conventional sense of the word, does not have anything to give or add to you, such as new information, beliefs, or rules of conduct. The only function of such a teacher is to help you remove that which separates you from the truth … The words are no more than signposts.
His books sold an estimated three million and five million copies respectively in North America by 2009. In 2008, approximately 35 million people participated in a series of 10 live webinars with Tolle and television talk show host Oprah Winfrey. Tolle is not identified with any particular religion, but he has been influenced by a wide range of spiritual works. He has lived in Vancouver, British Columbia since 1995.
Tolle writes that religions “have become so overlaid with extraneous matter that their spiritual substance has become almost completely obscured”, that they have become “to a large extent … divisive rather than unifying forces” and become “themselves part of the insanity”.
The primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation but your thoughts about it.
In A New Earth, Tolle describes a major aspect of the human dysfunction as “ego” or an “illusory sense of self” based on unconscious identification with one’s memories and thoughts, and another major aspect he calls “pain-body” or “an accumulation of old emotional pain”.
Tolle often talks about the relevance of figures in intellectual or popular culture. He quotes Descartes, Sartre, Nietzsche, Shakespeare and Albert Einstein, of movies such as Groundhog Day, American Beauty, The Horse Whisperer, Gran Torino, Titanic, Avatar, Being There, and Forrest Gump, and musicians such as Mozart, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. He arranged an album of music in 2008 entitled Music to Quiet the Mind including work composed by Erik Satie, Claude Debussy and The Beatles, and music by contemporary artists such as Deva Premal, Jeff Johnson, and Steve Roach.
Other celebrities born with 11.2:
Alfred Adler, born 7 February 1870, Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Taurus, Ascendant in Cancer, Austrian psychologist (1870-1937)
It is easier to fight for one’s principles than to live up to them.
Robert Boyle (11.2.4) Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Taurus, Ascendant in Cancer (25 January 1627 – 31 December 1691) natural philosopher, chemist, physicist, and inventor, also noted for his writings in theology. Although his research clearly has its roots in the alchemical tradition, Boyle is largely regarded today as the first modern chemist, and therefore one of the founders of modern chemistry.
Charles Ernest Owen Carter (11.2.7, Uranus cjn Asc, Saturn cjn MC) 1887-1968, English astrologer and astrological writer.
Achille Castiglioni (Uranus cjn Sun) Milan, February 16, 1918-December 6, 2002, renowned industrial designer. He was often inspired by everyday things and made use of ordinary materials. He uses the minimal amount of materials while creating forms with a maximum effect.
Pierre Gassendi (11.2.10) January 22, 1592 – October 24, 1655) French philosopher, priest, scientist, astronomer/astrologer and mathematician, best known for attempting to reconcile Epicurean atomism with Christianity and for publishing the first official observations of the Transit of Mercury in 1631.
Eugène Viollet-le-Duc (11.2.6) French architect (27 January 1814-d. 1879)
State of Yukal
Land of Veridhano
This nation was originally a State (State of Veridhan) and, besides the current Land of Veridhano, it included the Land of Hardark and the coast East of Hardark, currently in the State of Vanjuli. After the incorporation of the State of Muolliz in the Handorian States System, the State of Veridhan merged with the State of Yukal. The nation is entirely located on the Handorian continent, in the western area of the State of Yukal, bordering the State of Brento, with which the Land of Veridhano has many similarities. The capital is Lord Veridhano, whose main squad is Libero. Other relevant cities are Lord Ludio, Yell of Litigo, Levatio, Leno, Lalito, Layo, Yatro and Lord Lego.
Veridhano holds a very noble status in the Handorian States System for it sets the basic conditions for the quantum leap which led to the creation of the latest version of the Game. Its choice to become a Nation and release its State condition, so as to allow the emergence of Muolliz, provived an unprecedented model of unifying consciousness at a space-time of intense crisis.
Handorian Names: Lalito (lovely), Layo (dissolved), Yatro (traveller), Yoko (child of light).
Provisional Territorial Units:
REGION D11-2: DENMARK
Pahai Verionah – Land of Veridhano – Onahdirev fo Dnal
Pahai Lharorad – Nation of Lhardaro – Oradrahl fo Noitan
Binary – Uriah Ratah
5-7½° Aquarius; Aquarius/Aries; Aries/Uranus.
Skandie Pradesia: Kobenave Prasamaya. YUKAL.
D11-2: DENMARK, SOUTHERN: Vejile (1); Tønder (2); Esbjerg (3); Odense (4); Sønderborg (5); Ærø; Langeland (6). CENTRAL: Viborg; Silkeborg (7); Århus (8); Herning; Holstebro; Lemvig; Ringkjøbing; Struer (9); Hedensted; Horsen; Odder; Samsø; Skanderborg (10). NORTH: Aalborg; Mariagerfjord; Rebild; Vesthimmerland (11); Brønderslev; Frederikshavn; Hjørring; Jammerbugt; Læsø; Morsø; Thist (12).
7½-10°Aquarius; Aquarius/Taurus; Aquarius/Uranus.
Skandie Pradesia: Kobenave Prasamaya. YUKAL, Land of Veridhano
11-2-1 DENMARK, Southern Denmark: Vejile
11-2-2 DENMARK, Southern Denmark: Tønder
11-2-3 DENMARK, Southern Denmark: Esbjerg
11-2-4 DENMARK, Southern Denmark: Odense
11-2-5 DENMARK, Southern Denmark: Sønderborg
11-2-6 DENMARK, Southern Denmark: Ærø; Langeland
11-2-7 DENMARK, Central Denmark: Viborg; Silkeborg
11-2-8 DENMARK, Central Denmark: Århus; Arhus Cathedral, Arhus Theatre
11-2-9 DENMARK, Central Denmark: Herning; Holstebro; Lemvig; Ringkjøbing; Struer
11-2-10 DENMARK, Central Denmark: Hedensted; Horsen; Odder; Samsø; Skanderborg, Lindholm Høje
11-2-11 DENMARK, North Denmark: Aalborg: Lindholm Høje SCP, Mariagerfjord; Rebild; Vesthimmerland
11-2-12 DENMARK, North Denmark: Brønderslev; Frederikshavn; Hjørring; Jammerbugt; Læsø; Morsø; Thist
Binary Programme 1 – Pahekarubhe 1: 11.2 –
“You are a starship. You are a voyager and you move with your Sacred Circle around you. Keep your tools at hand and use them whenever you meet what needs to be released and what needs to be given”