Binary Number: 83
Degrees: 10-12½° Libra
Moon Phase: First Quarter – Gibbous
Binary Spirit: Atahuriah
Handorian Reference: Grand State of Tanmarg, Nation of Tanmury
Provisional Territorial Unit: Romania
In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Libra (7) and Moon in Aquarius (11) constitute Binary 7.11, or Binary number 83.
This binary mixes cardinal Air and fixed Air. This pattern blends Libra’s balance, gentleness, harmony and diplomacy with Aquarius’ freedom, originality and synergy.
Those who resonate with this combination have abundant resources to offer in any social, gregarious, community and synergetic environment. 7.11 mixes the friendliness, co-operative and emotionally balanced nature of Libra with the original, independent and break-through quality of Aquarius.
Since the two signs are in a trine aspect they spontaneously fit together, promoting opportunity of precious healing service whenever there is clarity of intent and alignment with our Core Multidimensional Identity (CMI). Here the Sector 11 bit is beneficial to Sector 7 for it prevents stagnation, compromises and vicious circles to prevail in crucial Libra zones such as relationships, partnerships, cooperation and artistic expression. 7.11 is an ideal force in the context of sharing circles, group networks (including internet and social networks) and all alternative highly evolved forms of communication.
7.11 tends to fall in love with ideals, great causes and the underdog, yet they may be far more emotionally distant when it comes to those close to them.
7.11 also relates with unpredictable developments in relationships with people, sudden changes, crisis and unexpected events, as well as miracles and luminous synergy effects.
7.11 incorporates the profound awareness of the web of life and of how each relationships fits in a wider context. This implies the existential realisation that there are no private or personal relationships, that all human rapport are strictly linked to the collective. Hence one of the primary impulses of 7.11 is to shatter the Human Arbitrary Configuration (HAC) relationships, operating as disrupting agent of whatever becomes crystallised and cut off from the web of life. Although this course of action may cause shock and fatal crashes from the HAC perspective, the underlying CMI aim is to liberate grievances arising from personal relationships with their matrix binary reference via the collective.
Also 7.11 is associated with whatever disturb HAC’s conventional capricious logic in relationship to gender and the binary system itself
By the way, as I was writing this text at Cluny Hill College, a woman with a rather unusual face greeted me with a lot of affection, saying: “Do you remember me? I had a session with you two years ago.” I may not recollect the names of those to whom I give sessions, yet I can always remember them when I see their faces. Yet, in this case, I couldn’t remember this woman at all, despite the fact that her face was quite out of the ordinary. Then the following day, as I was still trying hard to retrieve my memory, I met her again and she told me that she had a session with me before having surgery, which brought a series of radical changes in her HAC. When she had that session with me she was actually a man.
Qualities: deep sense of community, companionship and networking motivated by harmony, mutual agreements and cooperation, social involvement with openness to, and promotion of, shifts in consciousness, progressive changes and developments, operated with gentleness, detachment and fairness.
Grievances: excessive idealism, intellectualism and ungrounded attitude to life, leading to lethargy, chronic indecisions or disruptive changes and impractical actions.
This is a 7.11 First Quarter Moon occurring when the Moon in Capricorn, after being in a square (90°) with the Sun in Libra, moves in Aquarius in a trine (120°) with the Sun. The First Quarter encompasses the time when the Moon is from 90° to 134° ahead of the Sun in Libra. It begins with a square, as a 1.4 First Quarter Moon, while in its last third it develops as a trine, i.e. a 1.5 First Quarter Moon.
This phase can be very active and if the challenges of the square have worked out successfully can lead a major boost of supporting energy. This last part of the First Quarter generally brings an easy energy flow towards any Intention set on the preceding New Moon, as long as these intentions are still clear and have found expression during the preceding days. Less effort may be required to achieve results, with unexpected gifts and resources becoming available.
This is a time when we are confronted with the possibility to receive part of what was conceived during the New Moon, perhaps following challenges, obstacles or crisis, encountered during the preceding two third of the First Quarter.
At this stage the time is mature to operate with supporting forces and allowing them to work in accordance with one’s vision.
This First Quarter is cyclically related to the Spring Equinox and since in the case of a 7.11 First Quarter it takes place shortly after the Autumn Equinox, all its features are extremely polarized.
“When a relationship is free, when there is freedom in it, there is joy, because freedom is the ultimate value; nothing is higher than that. If your love leads you towards freedom, then your love will be a blessing; If it leads towards slavery it is not a blessing, it is a curse.” (Osho)
Astroshamanic Seal: a “V” shape with a vertical line surmounted by a small circle. This seal evokes the epic of Hardar (see Handorian reference below).
Celebrities with 7.11:
ART & LITERATURE
Thomas Wolfe, (7.11.8) American writer (October 3, 1900 – September 15, 1938)
Lynn Flewelling, (7.11) American fantasy author 20 October 1958, Nightrunner books and Tamír Triad.
Christopher Wren, 7.11.3 (20 October 1632 – 25 February 1723) one of the most highly acclaimed English architects in history. He was accorded responsibility for rebuilding 52 churches in the City of Londonafter the Great Fire in 1666, including his masterpiece, St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Evan Hunter, (7.11) American author (d. 2005)
Claude Simon, (7.11.6) French writer, Nobel laureate (10 October 1913 – 6 July 2005)
Katherine Mansfield, (7.11.9) New Zealand writer (14 October 1888 – 9 January 1923) “Make it a rule of life never to regret and never to look back. Regret is an appalling waste of energy; you can’t build on it; it’s only good for wallowing in.” “Risk anything! Care no more for the opinion of others … Do the hardest thing on earth for you. Act for yourself. Face the truth.” “I always felt that the great high privilege, relief and comfort of friendship, was that one had to explain nothing” “It’s a terrible thing to be alone — yes it is — it is — but don’t lower your mask until you have another mask prepared beneath — as terrible as you like — but a mask.”
John le Carré, (7.11) English novelist (born 19 October 1931), The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, The Night Manager, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, The Constant Gardener, A Perfect Spy
CINEMA & MEDIA
Robert Bresson (7.11.10) French film director (25 September 1901 – 18 December 1999), known for his spiritual, ascetic style. Recurring themes include salvation, redemption, defining and revealing the human soul, and metaphysical transcendence of a limiting and materialistic world. An example is his 1956 feature A Man Escaped, where a seemingly simple plot of a prisoner of war’s escape can be read as a metaphor for the mysterious process of salvation. Often referred to as a patron saint of cinema, not only for the strong Catholic themes found throughout his oeuvre, but also for his notable contributions to the art of film. His style can be detected through his use of sound, associating selected sounds with images or characters; paring dramatic form to its essentials by the spare use of music; and through his infamous ‘actor-model’ methods of directing his almost exclusively non-professional actors. Bresson’s book Notes on Cinematography (1975) is one of the most respected books on film theory and criticism.
Seann William Scott, (7.11) American actor (October 3, 1976)
Philippe Noiret, (7.11.3) French actor (1 October 1930 in Lille – died 23 November 2006 in Paris)
Lewis Milestone, (7.11) Russian-born film director (September 30, 1895 – September 25, 1980) Two Arabian Knights (1927) and All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), The Front Page (1931), The General Died at Dawn (1936), Of Mice and Men (1940), Ocean’s Eleven (1960), and Mutiny on the Bounty (1962).
Kevin Sorbo, (7.11.7) American actor (September 24, 1958) best known for the roles of Hercules in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Captain Dylan Hunt in Andromeda.
Jenna Elfman, (7.11.12) American actress (September 30, 1971)
Joshua Logan, (7.11.8) American film director and writer (d. 1988)
Ioan Gruffudd, (7.11) Welsh actor (6 October 1973) Horatio Hornblower in Hornblower
Magnús Magnússon, (7.11) Icelandic television presenter (12 October 1929 – 7 January 2007), born in Iceland but lived in Scotland for almost all of his life, although he never took British citizenship. He came to prominence as a BBC television journalist, and was best known as the presenter of the BBC television quiz programme Mastermind, which he hosted for 25 years. He conducted a programme on the Findhorn Foundation.
Valeria Golino, (7.11.8) Italian actress 22 October 1966
Arthur Miller, (7.11.7) American playwright (17 October 1915 – d. 2005)
John Edward, (7.11) American TV Psychic (October 19, 1969)
Valerie Faris, (7.11) American film director 20 October 1958
Paul Dukas, (7.11.5) French composer (1 October 1865 – 17 May 1935) L’apprenti sorcier (“The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”), for orchestra (1897).
John Lennon, (7.11.1) British musician and songwriter (9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980). Founder member of The Beatles, one of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed acts in the history of popular music.
Tom Petty, (7.11) October 20, 1950, American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He is the frontman of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and was a founding member of the late 1980s supergroup Traveling Wilburys and Mudcrutch. He has also performed under the pseudonyms of Charlie T. Wilbury, Jr. and Muddy Wilbury.
Lorenzo Cherubini, (7.11.7) better known as Jovanotti, Italian popular singer-songwriter and rapper, born on 27 September 1966.
Eminem, (7.11) American rapper 17 October 1972
Beppe Dettori, (7.11) Italian singer of ethnic band Tazenda
Patrick Fiori, (7.11.8) French singer, 23 September 1969 in Marseille
Rachael Yamagata, (7.11) American singer and songwriter (September 23, 1977)
Lynn Anderson, (7.11.1) American country music singer, September 26, 1947
Cyril Scott, (7.11.6) English composer (27 September 1879 – 31 December 1970)
Nolwenn Leroy, (7.11.10) French singer (28 September 1982 in Saint-Renan, Finistère, Brittany)
Manolo Escobar (7.11) Spanish singer, (October 19, 1931)
Diane Dufresne, (7.11) French Canadian singer (30 September 1944 in Montreal)
Mandisa, (7.11) American singer (born October 2, 1976)
Corinna May, (7.11) German singer 10 Oct 1970
Jean-Jacques Goldman, (7.11.5) French singer/songwriter, 10 October 1951
Al Martino, (7.11) American singer and actor (October 7, 1927 – October 13, 2009)
Lena Katina, (7.11) Russian singer (t.A.T.u.) (October 4, 1984)
PHILOSOPHY & SPIRITUALITY
Michel Foucault, (7.11.8) French philosopher (15 October 1926 – d. 1984). known for his critical studies of social institutions, most notably psychiatry, medicine, the human sciences and the prison system, and for his work on the history of human sexuality. In Histoire de la sexualité he attacks the “repressive hypothesis”, the widespread belief that we have “repressed” our natural sexual drives, particularly since the 19th century. He proposes that what is thought of as “repression” of sexuality actually constituted sexuality as a core feature of human identities, and produced a proliferation of discourse on the subject. He also dealt with the role of sex in Greek and Roman antiquity, and with Christianity, though the latter related work cannot be published under the restrictions of Foucault’s estate.
Timothy Leary, (7.11.9; Uranus Vessel) American writer (October 22, 1920 – May 31, 1996) psychologist known for his advocacy of psychedelic drugs, one of the most prominent figures during the counterculture of the 1960s, and since those times has remained incredibly influential on pop culture, literature, television, film; and especially music. The Psychedelic Experience was the inspiration for John Lennon’s song “Tomorrow Never Knows” on The Beatles’ album Revolver. Leary once recruited John Lennon to write a theme song for his California gubernatorial campaign (which was interrupted by his prison sentence), inspiring Lennon to come up with “Come Together”, based on Leary’s theme and catchphrase for the campaign. Leary was also present when Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono recorded Give Peace a Chance during one of their bed-ins in Montreal and is mentioned in the lyrics of the song. He appears in the world television broadcast of “All You Need is Love” as well. The Moody Blues also recorded a track about Leary, Legend of a Mind, on their 1968 album In Search of the Lost Chord in which the refrain is “Timothy Leary’s dead. No, no, no, no, He’s outside looking in”. While in exile in Switzerland, Leary and British writer Brian Barrett collaborated with the German band Ash Ra Tempel, and recorded the album Seven Up. He is credited as a songwriter, and his lyrics and vocals can be heard throughout the album. “Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition”n”Our species has faced the frightening, terrorizing fact that we do not know who we are, or where we are going in this ocean of chaos…” “Turn on, Tune in, Drop out” “By drop out, I mean to detach yourself from involvement in secular, external social games.” “You’re only as young as the last time you changed your mind.” “My advice to myself and to everyone else, particularly young people, is to turn on, tune in and drop out.By drop out, I mean to detach yourself from involvement in secular, external social games. But the dropping out has to occur internally before it can occur externally. I’m not telling kids just to quit school; I’m not telling people to quit their jobs. That is an inevitable development of the process of turning on and tuning in.” “Admit it. You aren’t like them. You’re not even close. You may occasionally dress yourself up as one of them, watch the same mindless television shows as they do, maybe even eat the same fast food sometimes. But it seems that the more you try to fit in, the more you feel like an outsider, watching the “normal people” as they go about their automatic existences. For every time you say club passwords like “Have a nice day” and “Weather’s awful today, eh?”, you yearn inside to say forbidden things like “Tell me something that makes you cry” or “What do you think deja vu is for?”. Face it, you even want to talk to that girl in the elevator. But what if that girl in the elevator (and the balding man who walks past your cubicle at work) are thinking the same thing? Who knows what you might learn from taking a chance on conversation with a stranger? Everyone carries a piece of the puzzle. Nobody comes into your life by mere coincidence. Trust your instincts. Do the unexpected. Find the others…” “Throughout human history, as our species has faced the frightening, terrorizing fact that we do not know who we are, or where we are going in this ocean of chaos, it has been the authorities, the political, the religious, the educational authorities who attempted to comfort us by giving us order, rules, regulations, informing, forming in our minds their view of reality. To think for yourself you must question authority and learn how to put yourself in a state of vulnerable, open-mindedness; chaotic, confused, vulnerability to inform yourself.”
Phillip Emmons Isaac Bonewits (7.11) (October 1, 1949 – August 12, 2010) influential American Druid who published a number of books on the subject of Neopaganism and magic. He was also a liturgist, singer and songwriter, and founded the Druidic organisation Ár nDraíocht Féin, and the Neopagan civil rights group, the Aquarian Anti-Defamation League. Born in Royal Oak, Michigan, Bonewits had been heavily involved in occultism since the 1960s. He died in 2010. In Real Magic (1971), Bonewits proposed his hypothesis on the Laws of Magic. These “laws” are synthesized from a multitude of belief systems from around the world, and were collected in order to explain and categorize magical beliefs within a cohesive framework. Many interrelationships of these areas exist, and some are subsets of others. Bonewits also coined much of the modern terminology used to define and articulate many of the conceptual themes and issues which affect the North American Neopagan community.
Edith Stein, (7.11.3) Carmelite Catholic nun (October 12, 1891 – August 9, 1942), was a German Catholic philosopher and nun, regarded as a martyr and saint of the Catholic Church. Born into an observant Jewish family but an atheist by her teenage years, she converted to Christianity in 1922, was baptized into the Catholic Church and was received into the Discalced Carmelite Order as a postulant in 1934. Although she moved from Germany to the Netherlands to avoid Nazi persecution, in 1942 she was arrested and sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where she died in the gas chamber. She was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1998. She is one of the six patron saints of Europe, together with Saint Benedict of Nursia, Saints Cyril and Methodius, Saint Bridget of Sweden and Saint Catherine of Siena.
George Ohsawa, (7.11) Japanese philosopher (18 October 1893 – d. 1966), founder of the Macrobiotic diet.
Provisional Territorial Unit:
REGION D7-11 ROMANIA: Transylvania
Libra/Aquarius Binary 83 – Atahuriah
Purve Prasupaja: Romane Purve Samaya. 11°Libra49’: Epsilon Corvi, Minkar.
D7-11: ROMANIA, Transylvania, Harghita; Covasna (1); Braşov; Sibiu (2); Alba; Hunedoara (3); Caraş-Severin: Reșița (4); Timiş: Timisoara (5); Arad (6); Bihor (7); Sălaj; Cluj (8); Satu Mare (9); Maramureş: Baia Mare (10); Bistriţa-Năsăud (11); Mureş (12).
10-12½°Libra; Libra/Aquarius; Aquarius/Uranus; 11°Libra49’: Epsilon Corvi, Minkar.
D7-11-1 Harghita, Covasna
D7-11-2 Braşov, Sibiu
D7-11-3 Alba, Hunedoara
D7-11-5 Timiş, Timisoara
D7-11-8 Sălaj, Cluj
D7-11-9 Satu Mare
Grand State of Tanmarg,
Nation of Tamnury
7.11 – Tamnury. The capital of Tamnury is Gardenardary (Garden of Hardar), which receives its name from the homonymous national hero Hardar and their most ecstatic garden. Garden of Hardar is one of the most spectacular and unusual cities of the Handorian State System, the best exemplification of a Garden of Eden and a triumph of multidimensional relationships Truly there are no words to describe its magnificence.
Another relevant hero is Hamnur, from whom the name of the Nation derives (Tamnury “Territory of Hamnur”). Hamnur is one of the pristine settlers of the Great State of Tanmarg and is honoured throughout the Nation and in particular at the Grand Temple of Hamnur in Templaramnury.
The legends around Hardar are the subject of many Trudeh Etnaie Korah, the popular ballads of the ProvOrdo Etnai. The following ballad, briefly narrating Hardar’s enterprises, is in sacred idiom and, as it is often the case with this language, the attempt of translating it is in itself an enterprise.[i]
Hardar had been roaming for ages in search of Etnai, his beloved. One day, as he was venturing in the barren rounded mountains of the Hanmirian ranges, he caught sight of the lights of a remote village in the far distant horizon.
From that moment Hardar began to track and climb in that direction. It took him many days to reach the ultimate rounded Dulkan mount, the closest elevated point before the village. He paused on the top of the mountain for one day and night, contemplating the vast landscape stretching beyond the Dulkan ranges.
A deep golden thread of loving passion soothingly pierced his heart, which to Hardhar was the indisputable confirmation that he had found his beloved. Then the overwhelming amorous fantasy that for ages had populated his heart suddenly emerged from the minute hollow caused by the golden thread. They merrily descended into the valley and surrounded the entire perimeter of the township.
They chanted and sung vigorously until the village shape-shifted into an exquisite girl. At that point Hardar realised that she was Etnai. He stretched his arm and joined the girl’s hand. They came closer and closer until it was dark. Their hands remained united throughout the night.
Together they went into the place of dreams and ecstasy. In that space they exchanged their loving vows. They woke up at dawn in sheer deep silence. Hardar gently looked at her bare body from top to bottom and then from bottom to top. Again he gazed at her as she was putting on her clothes and garments. These were the houses, the huts, the streets, the people, the trees and animals of the village.
The village was the clothing of Etnai. Hence, Etnai became the village, for the village was Etnai. Hardar promised to remain in the village until the time of the calling. He went into the main square and publicly proclaimed his availability to serve until the time of the calling.
Hardar worked hard and did all that was needed. One of his major contribution was the creation of a magnificent Garden. Although he was an outlander, everybody in the village was fond of him. Hardar is very popular for he is transparent like a crystal. This transparency was not always easy to understand.
One day the chief of the village decides to give him his daughter as spouse. This came as a shock to Hardar for he already had Etnai as a partner. His nights were sleepless and tormented. He was tempted to run away from the village. He then asked Etnai if this was a sign that the time of the calling had come.
“You are the only one who can decide when the time of the calling comes, and when it is honourable for you to leave. Until you are here, my dear, please know that I will always be your beloved. My body comprises all the village and you move around its entire territory as you attend to your work. Please take care of the chief’s daughter and do not be confused by the abundant shades of my garments. What solely count are our vows.”
Hardar then married the chief’s daughter. He loved her tenderly, as he also loved all the people and whatever was in the village. It was in this way that Hardar continued to live until the time of the calling. And by the way, the name of the chief’s daughter was Etnai.
This is another variation of the same story:
“Hardar wanders for years all over the vast territories of the Hanmarian hemisphere. He looks for his beloved. The lover he has been guided to serve. All he knows about her is the name: Etnai.[ii]
He also knows that she abides somewhere in the North. Unceasingly he wanders, days and nights. Then one day he reaches the summit of a valley. From there he sees a large village. “This is Etnai!” He goes to the village. At the gate they ask him what is the purpose of his visit. “I am here to serve you” he replies.
He works hard and does all that is needed. The village is his lover. With her he spends all his time. Hardar is joyful. He has reached his goal. He serves so beautifully. Although he is an outlander, the villagers are fond of him. Hardar is very popular. All that he does is simply to love Etnai. She is his lover. The lover he has been guided to serve. One day the Chief decides to give him his daughter as spouse. Her name is Etnai…
Well, this is the way of Hardar. His lover is Etnai, the People, the village, the spouse…
Trinities of Tanmury
D7-11-1 Templaramnury, Tanmurailgral
D7-11-5 Timsy, Gokul (paradise)
D7-11-7 Taricel, Gopathy
D7-11-11 Trimetrical, Grand Total, Third Party