the ruler of time saturn

Capricorn - Duchess Sorceress 

Capricorn is a feminine sign. She vibrates to the dewy, earthy substance that facilitates creation from deep within the spirit. Saturn is feminine, bound, and earthy like Capricorn. Her midheaven star mounts the top of the horoscope, so she is the golden thread between heaven and earth. Capricorn rules the bones and skeletal system, and it’s this physical body that supports and sustains new life in pregnancy. Hecate is the Goddess of Capricorn and it was her the ancients used to relieve the agony of childbirth. The Christ Child was born during the winter solstice of Capricorn, so the natural Mother Goddess rears herself here, undertaking the responsibility of matriarchal consciousness, a life of labour on behalf of sustaining wellness for their child and society’s children. It was Hecate who was traditionally called upon to aid childbirth and protect young children. You can see this evident in the modern day Hecate, the Capricorn woman who makes tremendous sacrifices for her family and for the sake of contribution and longevity. This maternal, intrinsically creative component in Capricorn relates to ancient feminine forces of nature, specifically the crone or the witch. It is largely the Capricorn’s empirical and rational functions that take focus. But it’s this intimacy with reality that’s often remarked on as being sterile, cold, or unimaginative, that allows her tap into nature’s activity, mother earth’s minerals, source energy, and alchemy. This astounding grasp on reality helps her crawl through the cracks in the world and find something magical. It was also Capricorn who is illustrated by the cloaked grim reaper, their melancholy is not romantic, but it carves out a wound in them that summons magnificent healing energy, an intimacy with pain and suffering that is pure wisdom at its core. For this, she has a unique rapport with death, and she hears the reminders of immortality louder than anyone. It’s this mutual understanding that she has established with death that generates her sorcerer’s knowledge, herbs, tonics, and angelic curatives, but also rituals. And this can be why the Capricorn repeatedly or compulsively carries out personal rituals, there is a calling in her being for return to the wind, trees, salt, and sun and once again become the crone. In ancient teachings, the crone was highly revered and knowledgeable woman who visited townships dispersing enlightenment, the honour of women, and acts of healing. She is the final of the triple goddesses following the maiden and the mother. She was a woman who offered the wisdom of age, and it’s appropriate when you remember that Saturn and Capricorn are the rulers of time. Capricorn is the figure of this once revered crone, and if you look deeply into your eyes, you can see the ancient grandmother staring back at you, containing the wisdom of all life times and realities. 

-C.

(art: kurtis rykovich)

Astrotheology is the holy science that combines astrology, astronomy and theology. This holy science shows that in fact all myths, all story’s, the bible and all other holy scriptures, and even nursery rhymes are based on the movement and interaction of the seven lights we see in the sky. These seven lights we know as the Sun, the Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. They are the lights our eyes can see wandering in front of the fixed background of the stars. These are the main characters that create patterns in the sky, which have an effect on our lives here on Earth or Terra. “As above, so below”.  The brightest of these seven lights is the Sun also know as “Helios” in Greece and as “Helios Atum” in ancient Egypt. “Atum” sounds like “atom” and it is in fact the same because the sun is an atom. It has an electric light core and electron bodies floating around it. These seven characters are the Sun (Helios or Jesus), the Moon (Luna, Selene), Mercury (Hermes, Thoth), Venus (Aphrodite), Mars (Ares), Jupiter (Zeus) and Saturn (Chronos). The seven days of the week are named after these seven lights or characters.  In the bible the relationship between for example Abraham and Sarah and Jesus and Maria Magdalene both represent the interaction between the sun and the moon.   The seven lights also have a connection with the seven energy wheels, the chakra’s in our body. The seven light are also known as the Elohim. In the bible, we can read that the Elohim say: “let us make man after our image”.  A lot of stars are called, when translated: “the one who’s coming”, because they keep moving, coming and going in a year’s time. Illustrating examples of this are Perseus in Aries and Herculus.   The moon connects with our first chakra, Mercury with our second, Venus with our third, the Sun with our fourth, which is in the middle, our hart chakra, Mars with our fifth, Jupiter with our sixth and Saturn with our seventh chakra, which is our crown chakra. Our purpose in life is to activate these seven powers.  The moon is closest to the Earth and has an orbit of approximately 29½ days while Saturn is the furthest away from Earth and orbits the Sun in approximately 29½ years. In other words, Saturn “rules”. “Chronos” is the personification of time, the man turning the Zodiac Wheel, also known as Aeon (eternal time).  Saturn is the ruler of the ears because when there is minimum sunlight we depend on our hearing more than on our eyes. Saturn is the “God of law”. In court, they use a lot of “Latin language”, this is the language of Satan/Saturn.  The three wheels of time are:  o o o The Day (the Latin word is “Deis”), ruled by the God of day which is the Sun. The Year: which comes from the name of the Sun: IHS, JHS, jes, Yes, Yeah, Year. The Great Year: a time cycle of 24000 – 26000 years.  The Moon gives us the month and the minute. “Hours” comes from Horus, which is the name of the Sun when it rises: “Where is Horus?” meaning “what hour is it?”. The Day, the Year and the Great Year can all be divided into 4 parts. The day: morning, midday, afternoon, and night. The Year: winter, spring, summer, and fall. The Great Year: Iron, Bronze, Silver and Golden age.  By understanding these cycles, we understand why history went from good to bad and from bad to good. Day-night, winter-summer, Iron-Golden age, all these cycles dominate us!  Astrophysics and astronomy have proven that almost 90% and probably 100 % of all stars are in a binary. All stars need a dual. Our Sun Helios (Horus or Jesus) is also in a binary with another star. The star Sirius, which is in the constellation of Canis Major (the big dog), is in a binary with our sun, or “follows” our sun. Our year starts at January the first because of the alignment of the Sun, Sirius and the Earth.  It takes between 24000 and 25920 years for Sirius and Helios (Horus, Jesus) to complete one circle. The Pyramids in Egypt also indicate that there is a binary between Sirius and the Sun. One of the shafts in the great pyramid points directly to Sirius.   George R. Goodman (early 1900): “Our entire solar system with all its planets and moons describes a huge circle around another sun in space, the star Sirius”.   Albert Churchwood: our sun was thrown of from another sun”.  Sirius is also known by the Egytians as “the star of Isis”. The goddes Isis is embodied by the star of Sirius, like her son Horus is embodied by our sun Helios. This means in fact that our sun was born from Isis or Sirius, and that is why they are in a binary together. Therefore, Isis and Horus are the same characters as Jesus and Mary and are in fact the Sun and Sirius moving away from each other and moving towards each other in their binary.   All heavenly bodies in our solar system have relationships with each other. Also do planets and star constellations harmonize with our bodies. The Zodiac Wheel shows us how this holy science works. The life of Jesus represents the sun moving through the 12 signs of the Zodiac.  The 12 signs are the 12 potential energies which harmonize with the five basic energies or elements: Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Aether. The 12 signs also harmonize with the seven chakra’s. Each of the 12 star signs represents a part of our body. The 12 star signs also represent the 12 apostles in the bible.  When you study ancient maps of the world, you’ll see a wave in the middle of the earth moving around the equator, this is called a sine-wave. It is the path of the sun moving through the 12 constellations. This is a fractal of everything. It is the “man in the sky”.   The “man in the sky” is Adam Kadmon, the first being to emerge with the creation of the Cosmos. His body is the body of the world. “As above so below”, so it also represents our human bodies.

capricorn rules the 10th house, the 10th house sits at the top of the horoscope, it represents ultimate potential, vision, opportunity, success. this is the energy of capricorn, to master life on earth, to sit on the top of the horoscope and bask in their achievement and accomplishment. but they are under strict timing, regulation, and obstruction, saturn the ruler of capricorn was the ancient symbol of the grim reaper because he represented time and mortality, so capricorns are always reminded that time is running out, it probably gives some insight into their focused will to achieve

Capricorn the Late Bloomer

Capricorns are very much about soliciting their real place in the ‘real’ world. His gifts await in the realm of organization, pragmatism and ensuring efficiency found within the existing structures. Capricorns are a unique sign of the zodiac. This is partly courtesy of their curious tendency to ‘age backwards’. Considered ‘late bloomers’ in astrology, Capricorn people really burst into life when they can sit back and finally enjoy the revenue of many years of hard work. He wants to build something important in the world that stands as testimony to his dedication and effort, and becomes eternally illuminated when these projects finally see fruition. The comfort that comes with age is usually enough to free the Capricorn from his inborn feelings of responsibility, duty and unworthiness. By the time they are elders, Capricorns have the ability to really let go and delight in simple things in a childlike way.  

The Capricorn life is filled with many lessons leading to the attainment of will power. Their ruler, Saturn is a powerful ally that throws multiple, time consuming obstacles in his path, though Saturn, the alchemist always provides the promise of immeasurable success once these are overcome. The early life of the Capricorn seems harsh, with many conflicts arising not only with authority but also within himself. Typically reserved as children, he was scared of expressing his true feelings and emotions. Young Capricorns are eager to shoulder adult responsibilities and feel more comfortable around people older people, and will seek out friendships with people outside their peer group on purpose. Sometimes Capricorns only allows himself to express his inner child when he is almost too old to enjoy it.

In their 30’s, following the first Saturn Return, Capricorns finally begin to release hold of all the self imposed restrictions and limitations. He slowly allows himself to relax into life a little more and start growing into his own skin. The Capricorn youth can be plagued by the monologue of a vicious inner critic; the inner judge that is always quick to criticize and deliver a well timed reality check. As Capricorn ages, he learns to create that equally opposing voice. This is the voice that tells him how beautiful, intelligent and vital he truly is. With every birthday crossed off the years, the Capricorn becomes lighter, freer and truly blooms as the incandescent flower he is.

-Cherry

In ancient teachings, the crone was highly revered and knowledgeable woman who visited townships dispersing enlightenment, the honour of women, and acts of healing. She is the final of the triple goddesses following the maiden and the mother. She was a woman who offered the wisdom of age, and it’s appropriate when you remember that Saturn and Capricorn are the rulers of time. Capricorn is the figure of this once revered crone, and if you look deeply into her eyes, you can see the ancient grandmother staring back at you, containing the wisdom of all life times and realities.

ulrraviolence  asked:

hey cherry, i have trouble understand sun in capricorn. there are no strong or unifying characteristics that stick out for me and i just cannot seem to wrap my head around it. Can you help me?

hey, to put it really simply if you even could capricorn rules the 10th house, the 10th house sits at the top of the horoscope, it represents ultimate potential, vision, opportunity, success. this is the energy of capricorn, to master life on earth, to sit on the top of the horoscope and bask in their achievement and accomplishment. but they are under strict timing, regulation, and obstruction, saturn their ruler was the ancient symbol of the grim reaper because he represented time and mortality, so capricorns are always reminded of this aspect, it probably gives some insight into their focused will to achieve

¡Espera, se me ocurrió una idea! Compartiremos la mitad del mundo con la diosa Pallas. ¡Sí, yo se lo propondré al Señor Saturno!
—  Europa (cap. 95) – Y su forma de suplicar por su vida con ideas locas a un enfurecido Titan.