Building up to the Scorpio Moon


Influence of the Scorpio Moon

Moon in Scorpio is one of the most intense and passionate placements. It is associated with power, emotionality, mystery and intensity. The Scorpio Moon is a mysterious and private affair – it’s “personal.” Scorpio is also strong-willed and independent.

Secrets of The Moon
The Moon is one of the most influential bodies in astrology. We associate it with intuition, emotion, and our inner selves. The Moon affects us in many ways, both physically and spiritually, which can have a huge impact on our lives. And the Scorpio Moon does it in a specific way. In astrology, the Moon represents our inner needs and desires, as well as how we perceive the world around us.  Source:

Whatever dust the Scorpio Moon may be kicking up in you, remember a Lunar Eclipse holds the intention to put an end to it.


The Elders say that what we heal in our self, we’re healing for the whole. That’s a Divine Reason to put everything on the line.

Seed/KAN shares the Element of Earth. If you need to believe in the Truth of the Creator’s Promise in a tangible way, go to Mother Earth. She is the source of every theory and the empirical evidence for everything we know is True. She is our Divine Source of Healing. She only needs our feet ground us. We can’t go to her without remembering that Beauty Heals us.

In the Down Below, we are all One in the journey of the Human body. When one hurts we all share the pain. When one heals we can share some sweet relief. Someone needs Faith  in the promise, even more than you. That’s a reason, to go outside and stand on Mother Earth and get some of the Father’s fresh air. Suit up for it. Wash your face, stand up straight, and “suck it in.” That’s what my Mother used to say. She also said, “Go outside and get the stink off of you.” 🙂

Mother Earth can turn us around. We’re only a couple of turns away from the end of sorrow, and a new beginning of Hope in the Light.

love, in lak’ech,

Debra, 9 Eagle/MEN

If you can’t go outside, listen to the Sounds and Colors of Mother Earth. Raphael is the Angel of Healing and the Messenger of Light that appears through the color Green. We can call on all  the Angels that serve as the messengers of the Divine Father.

5 Seed/KAN, Cherokee, Dragon/UKTE’NA, Destiny Kin 44
May 2, 2023 (05/02/2023)

Descriptions by Ian Xel Lungold (12 Sun/AHAU)

5 Seed/KAN (Cherokee, Dragon/UKTE’NA)

Galactic Tone 5: Empowerment. At the center of the cube we find Five. Five is an intelligent, organizing force which manages communications and materials, knowledge and application. Fives are natural net workers who gather what is needed. These persons can probe directly to the core of any situation making them excellent investigators.

Seed/KAN: Family, sexual activity and the magic of germination are the characteristics of this sun sign. Natural net workers, Seed people strive to free themselves and others from debt or oppressive patterns of the past. Abundance is gathered by Seeds as if with a cast net. Seed persons are public defenders who work toward uniting community by discovering hidden traps and secret influences of others. To generate true abundance, Seed must learn to appreciate all gifts and lessons received and conduct profound investigations into its self. In the absence of gratefulness and the courage to face oneself, Seed finds itself in less than less fertile environments.

Cherokee, Dragon/UKTE’NA: Dragon’s symbol is Draco winding between the Little Dipper and Big Dipper. Dragon is the Corn Spirit, symbol of dual personality of Corn Mother and Maiden. Fertility and pro-creation from generation to generation. The word dragon means ”eye, to look at, to see clearly”.  Spirit brings energy of Lawgiver, Justice, vigilance and protective, loyal unto death. Ley lines in China are “dragon lines”, energy is sometimes called “orgone energy”, pyramid power or magnetic force. Pyramids and kivas are collector portals for this energy, known as vortexes. Dragon energy beats a path everywhere, stirring things up with a big stick in tune with the beat of the drum, heartbeat of the Earth.

[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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