2/3 – Taurus/Gemini
Binary Number: 15
Degrees: 2½-5° Taurus
Moon Phase: New Moon
Binary Spirit: Rata Mahe
Handorian Reference: State of Brento, Nation of Brentop
Provisional Territorial Unit: D2-3: France: Rhône-Alpes
In the Astroshamanic Binary System Sun in Taurus (2) and Moon in Gemini (3) constitute Binary 2.3, or Binary number 15.
Sun in Taurus and Moon in Gemini combine Fixed Earth and Mutable Air, integrating Taurus’s practicality, stability and resourcefulness with Gemini’s flexibility, intelligence and humor.
This binary produces effective communicators, capable of translating ideas into down-to-earth enterprises, bridging the physical and the mental. Charming, persuasive, efficiently busy, they express their talents spontaneously with the natural gift of capturing and conveying the deep value of whatever surrounds them.
Binary 2.3 is about the power to manifest thoughts or to allow what is manifested, the world of physical forms to convey thoughts. It represents the matter of thoughts and the thoughts of matter.
Qualities: sociability, communication, reliability, pragmatic thoughts, manifestation.
Grievances: criticism, dogmatism, deceit, blocked thoughts.
Sun in Taurus and Moon in Gemini form a semi-sextile (30°) aspect, connecting two consecutive signs, which are most different energies, yet closely linked. The signs involved can work well together as long as they keep their integrity. The first sign, in this case Taurus, sets the process in motion, and the second (Gemini) follows. Hence as long as Taurus’ determination, concentration and pragmatism pave the way, Gemini’s flexibility, lightness and communication skills can provide major blessings in the relentless Taurean building process.
Two days after exact New Moon we enter into the phase of Crescent Moon, or Sowing Moon. Here the Moon becomes visible westwards after sunset and is 30° to 60° from the Sun, with exact Crescent Moon occurring when the Sun and the Moon are 45° apart (Sun sextile Moon). The first details of the potential of the previous phase begin to emerge. This is a receptive phase, aimed at gathering information and getting ready to take action according to the Intent established or perceived during New Moon. At this stage the multidimensional Intent gently comes to terms with the ordinary reality. The question here is: “How can I translate my Intent into a goal understandable in the third-dimensional reality?” The major impulse for third-dimensional initiation is produced in this phase, which is therefore ideal for clearly identifying and sowing the Intent. This is also a time of digestion, analysis and planning.
Astroshamanic Seal: two squares are joined at their vertical angles, with the upper square containing what appears as a spoon or closed hand. This seal is connected with the epic healing saint Kurandah. Its power involve giving shape to thoughts or to to give thoughts to forms. It conveys the thought of physical forms. It is the matter of thought and the thought of matter. With the seal you evoke a deep silence bearer of healing.
Celebrities with 2.3:
ART & LITERATURE
Claude Arnaud (French writer, 2.3.9)
Bruce Beasley (sculptor, 2.3.9)
Peter Benchley (author, Jaws)
Rosanna Benzi (writer, 2.3.9)
Daniel Berrigan (poet, peace activist, Catholic priest, 2.3.2)
André du Bouchet (French poet, 2.3.2)
Marjorie Boulton (author, 2.3.11)
Daniel Logan (psychic, writer, 2.3.4)
Victor-Pierre Huguet (painter, 2.3.11)
Robert Humblot (French artist, 2.3.7)
Louis Janmot (painter, 2.3.4)
Pascal Jardin (writer, 2.3.6);
Jacques Lanzmann (writer, 2.3.11);
Mel Lazarus (cartoonist, 2.3.4)
Edward Lear (artist, 2.3.10)
Albert Lenormand (painter, 2.3.11)x
Auguste Mambour (Belgian painter, 2.3.8)x
Edwin Markham (poet, 2.3.2)
Joan Miró (painter, 2.3.9);
Carlo Mollino (architect, designer, 2.3.7)
Indro Montanelli (journalist, historian, 2.3.8)
Milton William Cooper (writer, 2.3.2);
Edwin Erich Dwinger (German writer, 2.3.8)
Pierre Emmanuel (Christian poet, 2.3.9)
Claude Farrère (novelist, 2.3.7)
Pierre-Elie Ferrier (French author, cartoonist)
Marcel Prévost (author)
Nelo Risi (poet, director, 2.3.4)
Ignazio Silone (author, 2.3.11);
James Turrell (artist)
Yves Swolfs (Belgian cartoonist)
CINEMA & MEDIA
Pierce Brosnan (actor, 2.3.9);
Sergio Cabrera (Colombian film director)
Marcel Camus (director)
George Carlin (actor, 2.3.5);
Anselmo Duarte (actor, director)
Jean Gabin (actor, 2.3.12);
Deborah Harmon (actress)
Harold Lloyd (actor)
Derek Luke (actor)
Lee Majors (actor, 2.3.7);
Mario Monicelli (director, 2.3.8)
Violante Placido (actress, singer)
Robinson Savary (French director, 2.3.5)
Shirley Temple (actress, 2.3.9)
Leopoldo Torre-Nilsson (Argentinian director)
Harvey Andrews (English singer, song-writer)
Ambra Angiolini (singer, 2.3.5);
Tony Colombo (Palermo, 11 maggio 1986), cantautore italiano.
Fred Astaire (dancer, 2.3.9);
Philip Bailey (singer);
Cheryl Burke (dancer, 2.3.8)
David Charvet (singer, 2.3.3)
Perry Como (singer)
Craig David (singer)
Claude Dubois (Canadian singer, song-writer)
Maurice Emmanuel (French composer, 2.3.4)
Ella Fitzgerald (singer)
Peter Frampton (musician, 2.3.2)
Herbert Pagani (25 April 1944 in Tripoli – 16 August 1988 in Palm Springs, California) Italian artist and musician.
Wim Mertens (Belgian composer)
Lorraine McIntosh (singer Deacon Blue, 2.3.3)
Mike Oldfield (musician);
Roy Orbison (singer, 2.3.7);
Taj Mahal (musician);
Carnie Wilson (singer, 2.3.7)
PHILOSOPHY & SPIRITUALITY
Philippe de Lyon (healer, 2.3.12)
Deanna Christensen (author, astrologer, 2.3.7)
David Cochrane (astrologer, 2.3.1)
Levi R. Dowling (writer, metaphysicist, The Aquarian Gospel, 2.3.3)
Sigmund Freud (2.3.8);
Pope John Paul II (2.3.7)
Frances McEvoy (astrologer, 2.3.1)
Marco Pannella: (2.3.12) born in Teramo on 2 May 1930, with Sun in Taurus, Moon in Gemini and Ascendant in Pisces, one of the most non-ordinary Italian political leaders, amongst the first promoters of the “Green” and “ecologist” political movements in Europe, and the Founder of the Italian Partito Radicale. He has been at the forefront of important reforms regarding lagalisation of soft drugs and psycotropic plants, facing incarceration on various occasions for his civil disobediences. He played a prominent role for the legalization of abortion in the early 1980s. Since the 60s, Pannella has promoted a large amount of civil rights initiatives and a series of referenda on themes ranging from social to political issues, in particular on those relating to the legality of the State, the rule of law and to the administration of justice. A believer in Gandhian non-violence, Pannella has carried out several hunger strikes in Italy and elsewhere to defend civil rights and to end extermination through starvation the world over. In 2002, in an action of civil disobedience, he went to a Manchester police station delivering a small amount of hashish and marijuana. Contrarily to what happened to civil rights activists, Pannela was not arrested and created the first case of non conviction for drugs possession in England. In a statement issued on the occasion of his non arrest, Mr. Pannella declared that “What happened today to me will grant other British citizens the same type of rights. I would like to thank the police that has granted those rights to the citizens, rights that the law does not foresee”.
Ascel Bromstrom (industrialist, ship builder, 2.3.12)
Catherine the Great (2.3.11)
Michele Ferrero (owner Ferrero, 2.3.5)
Robert Peary (explorer, 2.3.5);
Bernard Pivot (journalist, 2.3.7)
Guy de Rothschild (banker, 2.3.3)
Norodom Sihamoni (king of Cambodia)
Brian Souter (transports business man, co-founder of Stagecoach, 2.3.11)
John Stuart Mill (philosopher);
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (philosopher, 2.3.3);
Nicholas de Vore (author, astrologer, 2.3.11)
Eric Berne (psychiatrist);
Richard Feynman (physicist)
Frédéric Kuhlmann (chemist, 2.3.1)
Rita Levi-Montalcini (neurologist)
2.3 – State of Brento, Nation of Brentop
2.3 BRENTOP: This nation is located in the north-west area of the State of Brento, bordering the State of Frams and the United Nations of Handor. Its territory entirely consists of vast flat plains and green fields, with an extreme variety of multi-crops, fruits, plants, flowers, also including the sprouting Bijo Brentop. A typical feature of this land are copious winds, with storms and whirlpools of seeds.
The national capital, also seat of the Archivicary of Brentop, is Ontrac de Santranc (2.3.6), originally called Santrans, from the national saint Beau Santrans de Bentop. The capital is a major centre of communication and distribution of the Bijo seed, and is best known for its sensual dancing and music procession. This is the main centre of insemination of the Sacred Cone, where the epic encounter between Sankurandah, Beaus Santrans de Bentop and Santrent took place, leading to the final definition of the seed of the Sacred Cone. At the Beau Col de Santranc abides the National Stone, together with the original conic cap worn by Sankurandah.
Other relevant centres, with Vicarian seats, are Beauchamp (2.3.9), Biser le Bishop (2.3.3), Blanc (2.3.5).
The Trinities of Brentop
|2.3.1||Bhone Chambec||Bhone Chambec|
|2.3.2||Bavoie de Marc||Balcon du Loup|
|2.3.3||Biser de Noblec||Biser le Bishop|
|2.3.4||Biser de la Toup||Burp|
|2.3.6||Ontrac||Ontrac de Santranc|
|2.3.10||Bhone Lyoc||Bhone Lyoc|
|2.3.11||Bhone Bourp||Bhone Bourp|
|2.3.12||Bavoie Annec||Bavoie Annec|
The trinity of Biser de la Toup (2.3.3) and its head city, Burp, is of PDB relevance.
Names: Bishop, Blanc, Burp, Ontbisoc, Ontrac, Osric (divine ruler).
Provisional Territorial Unit:
REGION D2-3: FRANCE
Nation of Brentop
Lyon Rhône-Alpes is divided into 8 departments (Ain, Ardèche, Drôme, Haute-Savoie, Isère, Loire, Rhône, Savoie).
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Lowest point:
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Taurus/Venus
Duad Degree: 2½-5° Taurus
Stargate Link: Beta Arietis, or Sheratan, 3° Taurus 58’ (2000), Aries
D2-3-1 Rhône-Alpes, Savoie: Chambéry (Chambéry), FR-73
D2-3-2 Rhône-Alpes, Savoie: (Albertville, Saint-Jean-de-Maurianne), FR-73
D2-3-3 Rhône-Alpes, Isère: Grenoble (Grenoble), FR-38
D2-3-4 Rhône-Alpes, Isère: (La Tour-du-Pine, Vienne), FR-38
D2-3-5 Rhône-Alpes, Drôme: Valence (Valence, Dye, Nions), FR-26
D2-3-6 Rhône-Alpes, Ardèche: Privas (Privas, Largentière, Tournon-sur-Rhône), FR-07
D2-3-7 Rhône-Alpes, Loire: Saint-Étienne (Saint Étienne), FR-42
D2-3-8 Rhône-Alpes, Loire: (Montbrison, Roanne), FR-42
D2-3-9 Rhône-Alpes, Rhône: (Villefranche-sur-Saône), FR-69
D2-3-10 Rhône-Alpes, Rhône: Lyon (Lyon), FR-69
D2-3-11 Rhône-Alpes, Ain: Bourg-en-Bresse (Bourg-en-Bresse, Belley, Gex, Nantua), FR-01
D2-3-12 Rhône-Alpes, Haute-Savoie: Annecy (Annecy, Bonneville, Saint-Julie-en-Genevois, Thonon-les- Baines), FR-74