The Aries Ingress 2023 Fisher Kings

Until philosophers are kings, or the kings and princes of this world have the spirit and power of philosophy, and political greatness and wisdom meet in one, and those commoner natures who pursue either to the exclusion of the other are compelled to stand aside, cities will never have rest from their evils — no, nor the human race, as I believe — and then only will this our State have a possibility of life and behold the light of day.
Plato-The Republic

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-Saturn in Pisces- We’ll Build A New Jerusalem

As Saturn’s Aquarian crown is removed, and he enters the watery kingdom of Pisces, the tempo changes and he begins to take a slightly different although no less important role. At his best, Saturn is the master of self sufficiency, duty and self discipline; he really knows how to apply himself and work hard to get what he wants, but how is this expressed in the sign of Pisces, and how can we make the best use of this energy for the next few years?

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What Ails Pippin?

Cast on the day of Venus and in the hour of the Moon, the chart, like my nativity, has Cancer on the Ascendant. I am signified in this chart by a waning, peregrine and fallen 5th house Moon, which applies to a waxing partile square with my own natal Sun. The Moon’s situation seemed to perfectly describe my feelings at the time; my growing concern about the beloved dog, his status as the ‘third child’ in the household and my secret and unspoken fear that he had cancer and that he would die.[1] Pluto, setting on the cusp of the 7th seemed to drown the chart in darkness, and I must admit, I really didn’t want to look at the horary at all.

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The Root of Earth

She stands at twilight, a shadow within shadows, dusk edging its way like a hooded assassin over the medieval city of Kashgar. The thousand tiles of a thousand roofs create a mosaic of gently smouldering umber embroidered with knots of gossiping birds, and she gathers herself, peering down into the skeins of narrow, tangled streets that wrap around the town.

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