God of the Sea Neptune is basically stopped in the zodiac at zero Pisces, turning retrograde June 3, and is permeating the energetic atmosphere with its themes. Neptune Rx will be back in Aquarius August 4, re-entering Pisces again for the duration of its transit February 3, 2012.
For those staying with the events unfolding on the planet, there is an ocean of awareness sitting on us right now, holding us under the weight and pressure of it as radioactive water and particles enter the Pacific Ocean from Japan. This is on top of the oil, Corexit and synthetic micro-organisms already in play from the ongoing Gulf of Mexico disaster. The oil has never stopped flowing, and the Corexit keeps being sprayed, forcing it to the bottom of the ocean like a dirty secret. And on top of the multitude of pollution crimes that have been committed against our oceans by industry every year for more than a century now. These disasters draw our collective attention to it all, finally. We're at the saturation point. Beyond.
The scene is dragging at us, ringing through every cell. The water in us will not allow this to be denied as Neptune places its full weight upon us. But still, the sheer vastness of the scenario is too much for us to fully comprehend. We snap in and out of it, back and forth from daily life to the broader, global understanding giving us chills. We keep moving through life, as if it were a dream, with the collective situation sinking into our pores, washing over us with intermittent waves of anxiety, dread, hopelessness, despair for the future of humanity and all life on this planet. The loss of what has been taken from us by those driving multiple reckless industries leaves us blinking, stunned, at times unable to believe what has been brought down, is being brought down.
At times, we panic and feel we'll go under, buried under the weight of it all.
And yet, we can relax because we're already there.
Mercury has just moved past a conjunction to Sedna at 22 degrees Taurus May 29. Venus and Mars in Taurus follow closely behind (Venus June 2 and Mars June 9).
Sedna, Inuit Goddess of the sea and marine animals, sits under an ocean of desolation at the bottom of the Arctic sea, tossed in by her father who then cut off her fingers as she clung desperately to the side of his boat. According to the Inuit legend, her severed fingers became the seals, walruses and whales. The wonderful sea creatures now being poisoned and killed are part of her, created from her. And Sedna sits under the weight of the awareness of all that is going on, the misery being brought down on her creatures and herself, enduring it from her isolated vantage point and waiting for the situation to irrevocably permeate the collective consciousness.
- Radiation Concentrations Found Along Pacific Seabed 300 KM-Long
- Marine Life Soaking Up Radiation Along Fukushima Coast
- Sick Fish in Gulf are Alarming Florida Scientists
- Alarming Amount of Oil Still Coming Onshore
- Why Are Sharks Washing Ashore Dead Near Tampa Bay?
- One Year Later: Mainstream Media Finally Reports on Sickened Gulf Residents
- We Are Seeing More and More People Who are Desperately Ill
- At Least Six Different Types of Vibrios Found at Deepwater Horizon Site
- Crude Oil in Seafood Not Detectable By 'Smell Test'
Sedna was first discovered November 14, 2003 and is the most distant known body to orbit the Sun. The co-discoverer of Sedna, Michael Brown, said Sedna was chosen as the name for the body because it is the "coldest and most distant place known in the Solar System," so the name of the Inuit Goddess beneath the Arctic was fitting.
Sedna travels in a highly eccentric, long and elongated orbit, which is the longest of any body currently known in the Solar System (11,400 years). This indicates the extreme journey Sedna has to take and the extreme consciousness it represents and brings to the inhabitants of Planet Earth. Brown believes Sedna is the most important trans-Neptunian body discovered to date and that understanding its unusual orbit will likely provide valuable information about the origin and early evolution of the Solar System.
So you see the energies being drawn in to this point as we head into the Gemini New Moon eclipse June 1, the triple eclipse season and the Cardinal Grand Cross. It's pretty extreme. For those who feel connected to the awareness of this isolated Inuit Goddess, listen as Sedna softly transmits to us from its position, three times further from the Sun than Neptune.
Allow and move through the feelings of isolation, desolation, despair, hopelessness the current situation on the planet bring with it. Let your heart overflow with love and compassion for our fellow human beings and fellow Earthly creatures being hurt, injured, sickened and killed. Hold them in your consciousness and let them know they are not alone. Let Sedna know she is not alone. And don't be afraid of the awareness coming to us from the bottom of the ocean.
May 29 - Mercury conjunct Sedna in Taurus
June 2 - Venus conjunct Sedna in Taurus
June 9 - Mars conjunct Sedna in Taurus
May 8-12, 2012 - Sun-Jupiter conjunct Sedna in Taurus