Wednesday, 19 April 2017

(90377) Sedna, equalization that guarantees the dignity of treatment for all forms of life

Despite the differences in context, the bird man of the mythology of Sedna, disguised and elegantly dressed, which promises to a girl of the village, skins and abundant food in distant lands, has an amazing parallelism with the mafias of trafficking with persons, which through a "Loverboy" they capture victims by promising excellent works in a foreign country, but just as they arrive there, they removed their passport, state a huge debt, and by violence, threats and a monitoring network, they force them into prostitution or to carry out work in conditions of exploitation.

Sedna during the final stage of Atlantis

The last perihelion of Sedna, 12000 years ago, clashed with the final stage of Atlantis. According to Cayce, at that epoch there were "robot-things", individuals with some animal parts, such as hooves or tail, and a level of development equivalent to that of domestic animals, such as a horse, a mule, a dog or a cat, without the ability to drive themselves autonomously (even though they had a human soul), so they were dependent on their owners for their mental and material life. In the society of Atlantis, they did the usual jobs for robots or machines, such as agricultural and craft work or domestic tasks.

The controversy arose from its relations with those who had the power (the Atlanteans that were fully human), which divided the society into two groups with oposing idealogies toward the robot-things: The Sons of Belial, who used them without consideration as sex slaves and for work exploitation, and the Sons of Law of One, who were concerned with their rights and dignity of its existence.

3:2 resonance with the hypotetical 'Planet 9'

Through (90377) Sedna, the interaction with other living beings is characterized by the reduction of the differences between high and low in a process of equalization that guarantees the dignity of treatment for all forms of life (3:2 resonance with the hypothetical 'Planet 9').

(90377) Sedna combines the resonant leadership (scattered disc objects with medium aphelion) with the spiritual intelligence (inner Oort cloud objects), which allows to understand intuitively how every living creature is part of the global ecosystem and plays a unique role in the process of evolution and development of other species.

The emotions that are generated during the interaction, exert a subtle influence on the environment, making easy to develope activities in a harmonious manner and in an atmosphere of happiness.

"Spirit - Stallion of the Cimarron" (2002)

Osho, spiritual master, had Sedna in Aries and in the 1st Moon-Node House; in conjunction with Uranus; in trine with the Sun in Sagittarius and in the 4th Moon-Node House; and in square with the Moon in Capricorn and in the 3rd Moon-Node House.

Jessica Alba, actress of the movie "The Sleeping Dictionary" (2001), has Sedna in Taurus and in the overlap area of the 3rd and 4th Moon-Node Houses; in conjunction with the Sun, which is part of a stellium with Mercury, Venus, Mars and Chiron.

Sunday, 12 February 2017

(15820) 1994 TB, emotional awareness geared toward risk elements that release adrenaline

(15820) 1994 TB is a plutino discovered in October of 1994. It will reach the perihelion in February of 2019.

The orbit is between the zone of orbital piercing from Neptune toward Uranus and the most inner zone of the scattered disc. It has a perihelion of 26.96 AU and an aphelion of 52.42 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.69 AU. It has an orbital period of 250 years. It has an inclination of 12.1º. It has a diameter of about 167 km.

Orbital resonance:
2:17 with Saturn (99.8%)
1:21 with Jupiter (99.6%)

1:3 with Uranus (99.1%)
1:1 with Pluto (99.0%)
2:3 with Neptune (98.8%)

17:13 with 2002 AW197 (99.9%)
8:7 with Haumea (99.9%)
16:13 with Chaos (99.7%)
16:13 with Makemake (99.4%)

The emotional awareness of (15820) 1994 TB is geared toward risk elements that release adrenaline, generating fascination and emotional turbulence (Neptune orbital piercing from Neptune toward Uranus), like in the movies "Speed" (1994) and "Wild River" (1994).

"The Shallows" (2016)

Friday, 27 January 2017

Arawn, Celtic mythology for (15810) 1994 JR1

Arawn was the king of Annwn, the Land of the Dead in Celtic mythology. For a year, he exchanged his physical appearance with Pwyll, the king of Dyfe. Each of them lived the life of the other during that time.

The king Pwyll, during a hunting day, got into a very dense forest, whose thickness caused him to lose sight of his dogs. He stopped for a moment, when suddenly, appeared a deer that was escaping, pursued by a pack of dogs that were not his own. He was inclined to follow them, but he realized that those dogs were not from this world: they were white, but their ears were bright red. He had entered into Annwn, the Land of the Dead.

After the dogs, came a man on horseback, that stopped in front of Pwyll. Calling him by his name, he said that he would have liked to have participated in the hunt, perhaps then the prey would not have escaped. Pwyll said that he would be willing to do anything to compensate for the loss.

The rider was presented as Arawn, king of Annwn, and he proposed that within a year he would fight in duel against his enemy, because a curse prevented him from doing it by himself, which he had appropriated a part of their land. 

Until then, each one would acquire the physical appearance of the other and also would carry out their daily functions, meeting again in that same place after one year.

Before leaving, Arawn warned Pwyll that he should only give him one blow, because finishing off would make him revive with equal force.

Under the physical appearance of Arawn, Pwyll ruled with justice and without problems, the difficult thing came at the end of each day, when he had to remain firm in the face of the love expression of his beautiful wife.

When they returned to their own kingdoms, they checked and discovered the good management of the other during the last year. However, the surprise came when Arawn returned to his home and made love to his wife, whom asked him what had happened to him, because for a whole year he had not touched her once; then, he told her all the truth.

Both kings sent gifts to each other, and by this legend, Pwyll was called "Lord of Annwn", a title which his son also inherited.

Symbolically, this mythology represents the opportunity to try, for short periods of time, unique experiences, like in the movies "Pulp Fiction" (1994), "While You Were Sleeping" (1995), "Family Man" (2000), "Little Miss Sunshine" (2006) and "The Devil Wears Prada" (2006).

It also represents the testing periods, in which a person replaces another in a post which has holded for a long time, like in the movie "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens" (2015).

After passing Pluto, the New Horizons probe observed, from very close approach, the plutino (15810) 1994 JR1 in November 2015 and April 2016.

In January of 2017, (15810) 1994 JR1 received its official name: (15810) Arawn.

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Eris in Greek mythology, typologies of personality

In Greek mythology, Zeus ceased to have interest in Thetis when the oracle predicted that the son arising out of the union would be more powerful than his father. For this reason, he looked for the right man for her and he chose Peleus, the hero who fought along with Heracles. Thetis did not liked the idea of becoming the wife of a mere mortal, but changed her mind when Zeus promised to organize a wedding to be attended by all the gods of Olympus.

However, appeared Eris, the goddess of discord, even though she had not been invited to the wedding, and in the middle of the feast launched an apple with the following inscription: "for the most beautiful". Just then, three divinities claimed for the apple: Hera, goddess of marriage and obligation; Athena, goddess of wisdom and strategy; and Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty and love.

Because they were unable to agree among themselves, they asked Zeus to decide which of them belonged the apple, but he did not wanted to be involved and delegated the decision to Paris, a pastor of Mount Ida.  

The apple with the inscription symbolizes a section of the manual of a typology, such as for example the planets, aspects, signs or houses in astrology; the arcana of the Tarot, the characters in mythology, or profiles in psychological tests.

Astrologically, (136199) Eris is related with the ability to assign correctly the categories of a typology to a specific aspect of a situation or person, and vice versa.

Birth of the astrological psychology

The first prediscovery of (136199) Eris, clashed in the '50s, with the first tests of personality in psychology and with the birth of the psychological astrology:

"From the experiences of the era of Zurich I was able to get rid of the classic way of thinking that exist around astrology. In that way, since 1955, I dedicated myself to make a true basic research and, on the basis of the incentives mentioned above and with the help of batteries of psychological tests carefully selected, I managed to define the exact meanings and clearly delimited between the signs, houses, the planets and the seven main types of aspects." (Bruno Huber)

In the '50s, the statistic research of Gauquelin was a clear example of the discord of (136199) Eris, because according to the results, the eminent professionals were not associated to the conjunction of the planet with 10th House cusp, but to its golden aspect.

The following prediscoveries occurred quite continuous since the year 1982, clashing with the resurgence of the psychological astrology in the '80s and '90s, with well-known authors such as Robert Hand, Bil Tierney, Karen Hamaker-Zondag, Tracy Marks, Melanie Reinhart, Erin Sullivan, Sue Tompkins, Liz Green and Howard Sasportas.

In fact, (136199) Eris is related with any kind of typology, such as the psychological mythology of Jean Shinoda Bolen ("Goddesses in Everywoman", 1984), or the esoteric psychology of Annie Marquier ("Free Your True Self", 1999).

Humanistic psychology

The first prediscovery of (136199) Eris in the '50s, also clashed with the birth of humanistic psychology, which focuses on the elimination of inappropriate roles that had been assumed, and wich damage the personality, to replace them by other more suitable to one's self.

Humanistic psychology considers each human being as unique and unrepeatable, which reaches levels of consciousness every time higher and more integrated, between the different parts of one self and the social relationships that are formed during the course of self-realization.

Carl G. Jung, whose book "Psychological Types" (1921) describes a typology of 4x2 categories, which correspond to the four astrological elements (fire, earth, air and water) and the two directions of movement (direct and retrograde), has Eris at the Crossing Point of the Age Progressions (Houses Horoscope / Moon-Node Horoscope). In the Signs Horoscope, Eris in Pisces forms a trine with Mercury in Cancer, and in the Houses Horoscope, Eris in the 2nd House forms a square with Mars in the 11th House.

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

(15836) 1995 DA2, increasing the efficiency of every cycle of activity

(15836) 1995 DA2 is a Kuiper belt object discovered in February of 1995. It reached the perihelion in April of 1982.

It has a perihelion of 33.69 AU and an aphelion of 39.39 AU. The semimajor axis is at 36.54 AU. It has an orbital period of 221 years. It has an inclination of 6.5º. It has a diameter of about 106 km.

Photo metric observations were made in February of 2002.

Orbital resonance:
2:15 with Saturn (99.9%)
8:21 with Uranus (99.7%)
9:8 with Pluto (99.6%)
3:4 with Neptune (99.4%)
7:5 with Makemake (99.9%)
11:9 with 2002 MS4 (99.8%)
13:10 with Quaoar (99.8%)
7:5 with Chaos (99.6%)
5:4 with 2002 UX25 (99.6%)

The main theme of (15836) 1995 DA2 is to increase the efficiency of every cycle of activity to extend the duration of the resources, like in the movie "Apollo 13" (1995).

"Apolo 13" (1995)

Sunday, 20 March 2016

Sedna, the goddess of Arctic Ocean in Inuit mythology

In Inuit mythology, Sedna was the mother and goddess of all sea creatures.

Initially Sedna was a beautiful and young Inuit woman who lived with his father. Again and again she rejected the suitors who wanted to marry her, until she eventually married a dog, happily settling in on an island. However, the dog drowned and she returned with his father.

After a short period of time, her father saw approaching a hunter to the camp and offered his daughter as a wife. He was a man elegantly wrapped in skins, even though his face was hidden. He promised taking her to his island where she would have plenty of food and skins for clothing and shelter. Finally Sedna agreed to marry him and climbed aboard the canoe of the hunter, heading to her new home.

When they arrived to the island, the hunter downed his hood revealing that he was not a man as she thought, but a bird disguised. She screamed and tried to escape, but he grabbed her and dragged her to a clearing at the edge of the cliff. The new home of Sedna was a bunch of feathers on the hard and cold rock. The only option of food was raw fish, which he brought after hours of searching it.

Sedna was very unhappy. Cried and cried, calling again and again to her father. Through the howls of the arctic wind he could hear the cry of his daughter; he knew she was sad. He load his canoe and set off, crossing the cold Arctic Ocean, heading toward the place where Sedna was. When he arrived, she was on the shore. Sedna quickly climbed into the canoe, hugged her father, and together they left the scene.

After several hours of journey, Sedna looked back and saw a black dot in the distant horizon. Fear gripped her, because she knew that it was her enraged husband, flying in her search.

The big bird suddenly appeared, descending nosedive toward the canoe. His father tried to hit him repeatedly with the oar without achieving it, while the big bird in flight was pursuing relentlessly. The big bird fell sharply near the canoe, accompanied by a flock of big ugly birds which began to beat the wings with great force flush with the surface of the ocean. A violent storm was unleashed.

His father was more and more scared. At a given moment, he grabbed Sedna and threw it to the water, shouting: "There is your beautiful woman! Take it, but let me go!" Sedna screamed, while she was fighting against the numbness of the body in the icy waters of the Arctic Ocean. She swam and reached the canoe, but as she hold on to the edge of it, her father hit her fingers with the rowing. She screamed, resisting and trying to dissuade him, but without success: her frozen fingers break off and she collapsed on to the water.

Because she had acquired part of the powers of her husband, as the fingers of Sedna sank into the depths, turned into seals. Sedna tried again, until her frozen hands break off. This time, as they sank, turned into whales and other large mammals.

Finally, Sedna also fell and began to sank. At the bottom of the ocean she reunited with her first husband (the dog) and became the goddess of all sea creatures.

Sedna rewarded the people of the land with food from the sea, whenever hunters showed respect toward animals. Without her blessing, the hunts failed and the people starve.

By invoking Sedna, the Inuit shamans traveled with their spirits into the depths of the ocean to clean and combed her hair, something that she could not do for herself because of the lack of fingers.