We start this month of ☘MAY☘ after a deep and sentimental Christian Easter Party. Although it did go unnoticed by many, for others this Easter was much more sentimental and deeply. As I said before, this 2022 has started so strongly and will continue to move frenetically because Astrology has marked it that way. Many things have become more dangerous and it seems that the Devil is unleashed! Many climatic problems and much social and political chaos. We have well started this 2022 with the energy of Lilith (which absorbs the feminine the most), and now after her cycle, we have the red Moon eclipse. Astrological events can often cause changes in our aural personality and this is what we must be aware of and avoid something.
The name of the fifth month, May, comes from the Latin Maius, in honour of Maya, the goddess of flowering. This name Maius derived from magnus (great, great) present in terms such as greater, majestic, majesty, etc. May is the month dedicated to Maya, one of the seven daughters of the Greek mythological characters Atlas and Pleyone. Some historians also point out that it was the month dedicated to the elderly, since elderly in Latin is “maiorum“. May is the fifth month of the year in the Gregorian calendar and has 31 days; but it was the third month in the old Roman calendar, where January and February did not exist, they were at the end of the year as a bag of indeterminate time. In ancient Greece its equivalent is the month of Targelion.
In 1912, the National Association of Jewellers created the modern gem list and chose the emerald as the only birthstone for the month of May.
Although in May it is ruled by the Taurus Sign, the Stone that represents it is Chrysocolla, it is one of its most characteristic gemstones, with greenish and bluish tones that reflect its thoughtful and affectionate character as a good earth sign. Adventuring, Agate and Rose Quartz are some of the other gems destined to shelter Taurus.
RITUALS FOR MAY
Celtic Rite or Celtic Rite is the term applied to the composite of non-Roman (possibly Antiochene) ritual structures used in Celtic Christianity in Great Britain, Ireland and perhaps Brittany, sporadically in Galicia (Spain) and even in various monasteries established by missionaries. Irish The Celtic ritual of the full moon is a very old ceremony that took place at night. You already know that the Celts were quite animistic and did not conceive that the gods could have human forms. That is why they celebrated all kinds of natural phenomena that surrounded them.
What is used to make a moon bath?
Fill a container with water and add basil, honey and rose petals, and leave it in the moonlight for an hour. Take some of this energized water and choose your ritual.
Amulets and Rituals to fill you with energy this May:
-Clover charms (emerald colour), with four leaves. Each of the leaves has a meaning: happiness, money, success, health and love. If you find one, you have to protect it and if you don’t find one you can do it manually.
-Sabila plant, she takes care of the home from bad vibes, in addition, you will always need it since it has many benefits for the skin, clean once a week in a deep way and add a cinnamon and mint disinfectant to refresh every corner of home. Light an incense and recharge the energies with some relaxing music.
-For prosperity, place several jade plants in your home and office, also the plant called the millionaire, is widely known as the plant of prosperity, it is important that you prepare to work hard, in difficult times, the best opportunities come.
-To attract prosperity you can make your special amulet, on a crescent moon look for a cinnamon stick, and leave it in the moonlight, you can ask for your wishes and keep it in a bag with a golden ribbon and carry it in your wallet, will fill with your energy. You must perform it on each crescent moon.
The asteroid Lilith is one of a pantheon of astrological pulse points in a chart along with Ceres the nurturer, Pallas the wise one, Vesta the guardian of hearth and home, and Juno the wife or partner. These asteroids give us information on ourselves in a more exacting, more determined light than the planets.
Lilith also relates to your inner authority, sensuality, and sexuality, as well as how you choose (or don’t choose) to go against the grain and defy norms. She can reveal your unique sensual nature and seductive powers, as well as other parts of yourself you may not always be willing to express.
The “first Eve” version of the story gives Lilith a role that many women can identify within Judaism and other religious traditions. She is an independent woman who challenges the oppressive system in which she is placed.
Your Lilith is your dark energy. Many of us do not operate from the light. Many of us find our deepest and strongest motivation from our dark. Our dark can create our ability toward leadership. When we think and act outside of the box, it resides in our dark. Denied and rejected, worshipped and venerated, Lilith has been a part of the Western culture for ages. Viewed both as a beautiful seductress and a ruthless demon, she is the Serpent in the Garden of Eden, the first woman, and the primary initiatrix into the mysteries of the dark side of the Qabalistic Tree of Life.
Who Was Lilith?
Lilith was Adam’s first wife, his partner before Eve ever came to exist, who was an equal to man. While Eve is mostly depicted as this curvy, motherly figure of obedience and blind respect, Lilith was everything uncontained, uncontrolled, attractive, sexual, and disobedient, showing her will of her own and impossible to tame. Being exiled from Heaven due to her character and the trouble she created for Adam, Lilith became bitter, hurt with injustice, and turned into a witchlike creature, best presented through something similar to the role of Medusa in Greek mythology.
Lilith In Astrology
To truly understand Lilith, no matter our gender, we have to become aware of our feminine sexual nature that cannot be contained or controlled. While Pluto will shove sexual needs aside, giving in to taboos and creating the field of energy that has to burst at some point, Lilith won’t stand for this dismissal and repression, and has the need to fight for her rights. The subject of female sexuality has been evolving with ages, but it still hasn’t reached the point in which it is equal to that of man. Modern Christianity hasn’t really moved very far from the point where Eve is the best manifestation of women, and it is hard to say when the role of Lilith will be accepted and if it ever will.
The strong inner need to express the energies and the anger of Lilith is in fact very good for the overall energy of our society. Venting in this field takes some of the pressure off the sign of Scorpio and Pluto, making us less turned to destruction, blind hate, and circumstantial tragedies. However seemingly inconsistent with the vision of chastity, Lilith is in fact the purest form of feminine sexuality, and her lack of tact, subtlety and control is what makes it an outcast. All interpretations of this magnificent angry lady have to be taken with absolute caution, for touching the point where it causes pain, triggers all sorts of negative emotions in a person whose chart we try to unveil. Lilith is always an ugly breakup, a misunderstanding and disrespect in its core, and it won’t be easy to interpret it as anything less than what it is.
July 18, Lilith enters Gemini until April 14, 2022 for the next 9 months, a pregnancy and gestation cycle, to speak up about duality, to communicate with the opposites, to speak in parcel tongue, as she is the primordial symbol of the snake, symbol of infinity, change, transformation, kundalini energy, and a primal feminine symbol of women’s sexuality. As Lilith travels through GEMINI into 2022 we can expect lots of forked tongues, two-faced relationships, immaturity, double-speak, waffling, and projections onto any female, or feminine aspects, or anyone who is seen as a threat, troublemaker or doesn’t talk the proscribed talk.
RED MOON ECLIPSE
You can watch the partial solar eclipse of April 30 beginning at 3:30 p.m. EDT (1930 GMT) in the window above, courtesy of Timeanddate.com, or directly on their website, where they are also live-blogging the event. During a total lunar eclipse, the Earth moves between the Sun and the Moon and cuts off the Moon’s light supply. When this happens, the surface of the Moon takes on a reddish glow instead of going completely dark. The next full Moon is the “Super Blood Flower Moon,” which will rise on May 16, 2022. Later that evening, the moon will pass into Earth’s shadow, causing a total
lunar eclipse, also known as a “Blood Moon” because the lunar surface will go a reddish colour. After the full moon (maximum illumination), the light continually decreases. So the waning gibbous phase occurs next. Following the third quarter is the waning crescent, which wanes until the light is completely gone a new moon. So, does the Moon really affect our health and mood? There is no absolute proof that the Moon affects human mental and physical health, though its effect has been observed in other organisms: corals for instance appear to time their spawning based on the lunar cycle.
This total eclipse is central. That means the moon passes centrally through the axis of Earth’s dark (umbral) shadow. The moon is in a near part of its orbit – close to Earth – during the eclipse. It’s a super moon. Because they are so deep, such eclipses typically have the longest total phases. In this case, the duration of totality lasts almost an hour and a half: 84.9 minutes! A full moon is up only at night. And a total lunar eclipse can be seen from all of Earth that is experiencing night, while the eclipse is taking place. But some will see the eclipse better than others, depending on location. Some will see it at moonrise or moonset, when the moon is low in the sky. Lunar eclipses are safe to view with the unaided eye. Binoculars and telescopes enhance the view, but aren’t required. https://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/total-lunar-eclipse-may16-2022/
The big astronomy news this month is a total lunar eclipse on May 15-16. Totality begins at 11:29 p.m. and ends at 12:54 a.m. A partial eclipse begins at 10:15 p.m. and ends when totality begins. A partial eclipse also begins when totality ends at 12:54 a.m. and ends at 2:10 a.m.
Lunar eclipses happen when the Moon travels into the shadow of the Earth. Because the Sun has dimension and is not a point source of light it causes a “pre” shadow: the penumbra.
When the Moon moves into penumbra it slowly turns grey starting on the left side of the Moon. Sometimes it’s hard to see this at first but becomes apparent when its halfway covered.
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