Binary Number: 97
Degrees: 10-12½° Sagittarius
Moon Phase: First Quarter
Handorian Reference: State of Vanjuli, Nation of Isankarn
Binary Spirit: Nivaya Kahe
Provisional Territorial Unit: AREA D9-1, POLAND
In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Sagittarius (9) and Moon in Aries (1) constitute Binary 9.1, or Binary number 97.
9.1 is a blazing blend of mutable fire and cardinal fire, integrating Sagittarius’s adventure, expansion, freedom and thirst for truth with Aries’s courage, self-assertion and straight-forwardness. Those who resonate with this combination are champions in the realm of adventurous and pioneering enterprises. Bold, self-confident, direct, versatile, combative and enthusiastic, they emerge on the stage of life and spontaneously pave the way for others. Their desire to act, expand human horizons, move beyond outworn configuration brings a profound restlessness, divine impatience and tendency to precipitate events. They are natural leaders, inspiring others through their brave and risk-taking initiatives, which lead to immediate results when they are in charge.
Sagittarius and Aries are in a trine aspect (120°), which promotes 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.
Qualities: adventure, enthusiasm, courage, passion, leadership.
Grievances: impatience, narcissism, vengeance.
This is a 9.1 First Quarter Moon occurring when the Moon in Pisces, after being in a square (90°) with the Sun in Sagittarius, moves in Aries 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 Sagittarius. It begins with a square, while in its last third it develops as a trine.
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.
“What a person runs from and what a person runs to aren’t always as different as we hope.” (R.C. Wilson)
Astroshamanic Seal: a “Y” shape with a smaller and outer circle.
Celebrities with 9.1:
ARTS & LITERATURE
Mark Twain, (9.1.8) American writer (30 November 1835-d. 1910) with Sun in Sagittarius, Moon in Aries and Ascendant in Scorpio, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, was probably the most popular American celebrity of his time and a major HAC juggler. In addition to Mark Twain, Clemens also used the pseudonym “Sieur Louis de Conte” or no name at all, leaving a veil of mystery regarding the paternity of some of his works. He is the author of the The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Prince and the Pauper, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court and the non-fictional Life on the Mississippi. Many of his works were rather controversal and didn’t make it through HAC, being suppressed or delayed for various reasons. One of these was the transcript of a talk at the Stomach Club in Paris entitled Some Thoughts on the Science of Onanism (masturbation), which concluded with the thought “If you must gamble your lives sexually, don’t play a lone hand too much.” The level of HAC and non-HAC interference in his life was such that his obituary was published erroneously in the New York Journal, to which Twain famously responded: “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated”.
Many a small thing has been made large by the right kind of advertising.
The only reason why God created man is because he was disappointed with the monkey.
Drawing on my fine command of language, I said nothing.
It is better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than to open it and remove all doubt.
All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence; then success is sure.
Every generalization is dangerous, especially this one.
Sometimes I wonder whether the world is being run by smart people who are putting us on, or by imbeciles who really mean it.
Robert Charles Wilson (9.1) (December 15, 1953) Canadian science fiction author. Wilson was born in the United States in California, but grew up near Toronto, Ontario. “We’re all born strangers to ourselves and each other, and we’re seldom formally introduced.” “What a person runs from and what a person runs to aren’t always as different as we hope.” “We contrast the urban and the natural, but that’s a contemporary myth. We’re animals, after all; our cities are organic products, fully as “natural” (whatever that word really means) as a termite hill or a rabbit warren. But how much more interesting: how much more complex, dressed in the intricacies and exfoliations of human culture, simple patterns iterated into infinite variation. And full of secrets, beyond counting.” “I want a better Bible, Adam. I want a Bible in which the Fruit of Knowledge contains the Seeds of Wisdom, and makes life more pleasurable for mankind, not worse. I want a Bible in which Isaac leaps up from the sacrificial stone and chokes the life out of Abraham, to punish him for the abject and bloody sin of Obedience. I want a Bible in which Lazarus is dead and stubborn about it, rather than standing to attention at the beck and call of every passing Messiah.” “There are so many kinds of time. The time by which we measure our lives. Months and years. Or the big time, the time that raises mountains and makes stars. Or all the things that happen between one heartbeat and the next. Its hard to live in all those kinds of times. Easy to forget that you live in all of them.” “I won’t put my ignorance on an altar and call it God. It feels like idolatry, like the worst kind of idolatry.”
Wassily Kandinsky, (9.1.8) Russian-born French abstract painter (16 December 1866-d. 1944) “The more frightening the world becomes … the more art becomes abstract.”
Wayne Thiebaud, (9.1) American painter 23 November 1920
John Maddox, (9.1) British science writer and editor (27 November 1925-d. 2009)
Richard Sagrits, (9.1) Estonian painter (12 December 1910-d. 1968)
Paul Cadmus, (9.1) American artist (17 December 1904-d. 1999)
Hanif Kureishi, (9.1) English author and playwright 5 December 1954
Nelly Sachs, (9.1) German-born writer, Nobel laureate (10 December 1891-d. 1970)
CINEMA & MEDIA
Stuart Townsend, (9.1) Irish actor 15 December 1972
Graham Crowden, (9.1.6) Scottish actor (30 November 1922-d. 2010)
Otto Preminger, (9.1) Austrian-born film director, producer, and actor (5 December 1906-d. 1986)
John Osborne, (9.1) English dramatist (12 December 1929-d. 1994)
Edward Underdown, (9.1) English actor (3 December 1908-d. 1989)
Des’ree, (9.1) English singer 30 November 1968
Gaetano Donizetti, (9.1.9) Italian composer (29 November 1797-d. 1848)
Patrizia Bulgari (Codigoro, 16 December 1961) Italian singer.
Trisha Brown, (9.1) American choreographer and dancer 25 November 1936
Jean Terrell, (9.1) American singer (The Supremes) 26 November 1944
Elisa Toffoli, 9.1.1 (December 19, 1977 in Trieste) Italian singer-songwriter, performing under the mononym Elisa. She is one of few Italian musicians to write and record mainly in English.
José Carreras, (9.1.7) Spanish tenor 5 December 1946
Mikelangelo Loconte, (9.1) Italian singer 5 December 1973
Mariangela (Piacenza, 4 December 1984) Italian singer
Jan Eggum, (9.1) Norwegian singer and songwriter 8 December 1951
Domenico Cimarosa, (9.1) Italian composer (17 December 1749-d. 1801)
Sara Dallin, (9.1) English singer (Bananarama) 17 December 1961
Luigi Poggi, (9.1) Italian cardinal archivist for the Vatican (25 November 1917-d. 2010)
REGION D9-1: POLAND
Kuyavian-Pomeranian, Pomeranian, Warmian-Masurian, Podlaskie, West Pomeranian
Pahai Isanra – Nation of Isankarn – Nraknasi fo Noitan
Binary 97 – Nivaya Kahe
10-12½° Sagittarius; Sagittarius/Aries; Aries/mars.
Purve Prasupaja: Polske Purve Samaya.
D9-1: POLAND, PODLASKIE, Białystok; Siemiatycze; Hajnówka; Sokółka; Wysokie Mazowieckie (1); Augustów; Grajewo; Kolno; Łomża; Mońki; Sejny; Suwałki; Zambrów (2). WARMIAN-MASURIAN, Olsztyn; Bartoszicki; Ketrzynski; Mragowski; Olsztynski; Szczycienski (3); Elk; Giżycko; Goldapski; Olecki; Pisz; Wegorzewski (4); Dziadolwski; Elblaski; Ilawski; Nowomiejski; Ostrodzki (5). POMERANIAN, Gdańsk; Kartuzy; Kościerzyna; Kwidzyn; Malbork; Nowy Dwór Gdański; Starogard Gdański; Sztum; Tczew (6); Bytów; Człuchów; Lębork; Puck; Słupsk; Wejherowo (7). KUYAVIAN-POMERANIAN, Bydgoszcz; Toruń (8); Włocławek; Grudziądz (9). WEST POMERANIAN, Szczecin; Goleniów; Świnoujście (10); Białogard; Koszalin; Sławno (11); Choszczno; Drawsko Pomorskie; Wałcz (12).
10-12½°Sagittarius; Sagittarius/Aries; Aries/Mars.
Purve Prasupaja: Polske Purve Samaya. VANJULI, Isankarn.
Handorian Reference: State of Vanjuli,
Nation of Isankarn
This nations is located in south-east Vanjuli and is most celebrated for its nomadic enthusiastic and cheerful warrior spirit, so that it is also known as the Nation of the Laughing Knights. Isankarn is significant also for hosting the Merry Path of Release, stretching through all the 12 trinities of the nation. The national hymn is titled “What is there to release now?”, which is the refrain of most hymns as well as ordinary communication in Isankarn. It is an ideal place for working on release issues, including learning to let go, and luminously say farewell.
The capital is Valedictorian (9-1-1), known for its ancient Multiversity and the huge monument of The Valedictorian.
9-1-2 Jivan Jaldhara
9-1-3 Ida, Van
9-1-4 Iwan; Vasa, Vega, Vira, Iman, Isha, Jaan, Jain, Jaya, Jina, Jila, Vela
9-1-5 Varta, Iksha, Jaran, Jagna, Javan, Jehan, Jarna, Jikra, Jitan, Vadan, Vadya, Vajra, Varda, Varin, Vipin; Wrona, Walka, Ikona, Ircha, Ilona
9-1-6 Jagata, Jagran, Jalada, Janaka, Jashan, Jayana, Vanita, Varida, Videha, Vimala, Viraga, Wahida, Waduda
9-1-7 Vachana, Vandana, Vasudha, Vatayan, Vismaya; Wahania, Istotna, Idealna
9-1-8 Isankarn, Jagadeva, Jayamala, Jayendra, Venugita, Janardan, Virendra
9-1-10 Jednorodna; Vasundhara, Jivanmukta
9-1-12 Ina Vallabha