August 2022 Supermoon and Jupiter in the Blue Hour

About 6:00am, August 14, 2022, looking Southwest

Greetings Beloved Kin,

Girlie woke me up at 5:50 am (CDT) in time to see the Blue Hour. I rushed to make a cup of instant coffee to take with me for the show. I was gazing North for a minute before I turned around and saw the Supermoon. I thought I’d missed it when I looked last night. What a blessing.

 

I was taught that at the Full Moon we receive the whole reflection of the Sun’s Light. As it wanes the Moon Goddess Ixchel takes in the light until the New Moon. As it waxes into the next Full Moon she reflects the Light back to the Sun – a celestial conversation.

I asked to receive everything that the Sun intended for me to know and whatever God chooses for my life. I thought of you and ran back at the last minute to send my love all around to you for the next time she passes by.

I was disappointed/not disappointed at the low resolution of my phone camera for what looks like two moons. I thought it might be Venus, but Skywalk’s app revealed it was Jupiter. That’s double lucky x two!

It was peaceful and God was there.

much love, in lak’ech,

Debra
PS The Skywalk app illustrated it as a wasp in the sky. A red/black wasp friend has been the first to show up whenever I’m watering outside. And, another blogger, Emma shared a story about wasps yesterday. Wasp spirit animals symbolize new beginnings as they motivate humans to bring about positive changes in their lives. Even if things are going fine with you, wasps tell you that you have so much more potential, and it is high time you realize it.  Source (The hornet is a symbol of fertility and hard work, offering the warning to stay away from trouble and to stay calm. Either way, it sounds like good advice.)

THE TRECENA OF SUN/AHAU – WALKING IN THE LIGHT

432 hz | Connecting Yourself to the Universe, Frequency of GOD Thank You Universe for Everything

4 Night/AKBAL (Cherokee, Hearth/O’YA)

Galactic Tone 4: Stability; the cube is most stable of all forms and establishes volume by definition of height, length, depth and breadth; 4 directions establish orientation. The energy of 4 sets the parameters, which establish the freedoms and barriers needed to create a game, work, or relationship.

Night/Akbal: Bringers of the Dawn. Dreamers who bring the new sun to clarify and illuminate the road of life. Thus the insecurities and doubts born of darkness of the sub-conscious mind are dispelled. These persons travel the Void. a place where nothing yet exists but all potential dwells, the womb of creation. From this void, Night persons bring forth new solutions and artistic inspiration. Night’s voyages of dreams build confidence and happiness with a sense of well being. If night does not bravely journey into the void they may find themselves wandering the darkness of self doubt and insecurity.

Cherokee, Hearth/O’YA: Hearth’s symbol is the fire pit in the Center, velvet black as the night. The triangle in Orion. The M42 nebula (home of the Central race from the WingMakers) in the center of the triangle of Orion is the fire in the Hearth, also matching the Mayan. The Hearth is the Torchbearer who holds the light and warmth throughout the night. Belief is so strong that the surrounding elements become en-trained to their rhythm and all resistance falls away. With respect and honor of intuition combined with knowledge this energy creates the magic of the center in this dimension. Night/AKBAL Totem OWL: Guardian of the Night Sun. Energies for the opening of mystic secrets, seeing through the masks of deception, trickery. High ability of discernment. Portals open to other worlds and dimensions for your learning and spiritual growth. Magical abilities are possible.

[Text in italics was the primary source of inspiration for my journal. These are the sources that started my journey and they are the reference for interpretation each day. By providing the original text, I hope to offer a way to see what inspired my thoughts and by including all the aspects – allow for something more to inspire you. Mayan descriptions are those written by Ian Lungold. Cherokee descriptions came from multiple sources. Links to sources and other resources of study are offered on the Daykeeper Resources Page. ~Debra]

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