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A day out of time:::Hunab Ku:::leap day
the great galactic pause
this day is 0.0
0 is full of pure potential ~ decimal . is the power of NOW
it is an important time to be in the energy of potential~in the now~
to create from a place of innocence
Hunab Ku refers to the center of the universe and the supreme creator
The half moon~a reminder of the daily to choosing to be either authentic and true self-expression or to be dutiful and abandon yourself
When we honor the core of who we are, the light of our authentic selves is illuminated by the moon :)
An important day to reset ones personal inner cosmology to a higher frequency to match more of the cosmic frequency
a time to gather new information, make plans, lay foundations
conceptualize new ideas to invoke!
positive change:::new beginnings
a time to fortify and strengthen your body and self
during this waxing moon, the body absorbs more easily (good and bad)
eat flowers breath light <3
OXI DAY !! on the 28th october, and personally i think should be celebrated every where in the world. Because it shows us that sometimes we should say 'no' and tell Mussolinis to fuck off!
By October 1940 most of Europe had fallen under the aggressor forces of the Axis of Germany and Italy. These forces justified themselves on the principles of nazism, which were against democracy, freedom of speech, equality of human beings, and other teachings of Hellenism. In the USA, the Order of AHEPA had been the first organization to publicly condemn nazism. The moral support that was welcome, but did not change the fact that Greece, a country of 8 million citizens, was poorly prepared for war.
The Italian army crossed over to Albania, Greeces neighbor to the north. On the morning of the 28th, Mussolini issued Greece an ultimatum: Greece was to offer no resistance to his so-called 8 million bayonets, and she was to become a protectorate of Italy.
Any practical leader would have heeded the downside. But, echoing the sentiment of almost all the Greeks, Metaxas responded:
OXI (oh-hee), which means NO.
This was not about being pragmatic. It was about repeating a lesson that Greece had already taught to the world. This is the meaning of OXI Day.
The rest is history, although it did not go quite as Italy planned:
The superior Italian army indeed invaded. Four months later, however, they had been pushed by the Greeks back into Albania. This was the first land defeat of the Axis forces, and a ray of hope for democracies world wide. Churchill wrote Greeks do not fight like heroes; heroes fight like Greeks.
So, Hitler had to come to Mussolinis help. Greece then fell, lasting longer than France and Poland and the other bigger powers before it. But the detour through Greece cost Hitler five precious weeks in the spring. So he had to delay the invasion into Russia by five summer weeks. His armies experienced five more weeks of the inhospitable Russian winter, which helped eventually defeat them. (The Russians managed to maintain a second front through 1944. The bulk of the German army remained there while D-Day took place.)