Sunday, June 06, 2010

All Eyes on Regulus and Mars and a Jupiter

Regulus and Mars follow the journey of Jupiter

According to
"Tonight, look to the west after the sky has gone dark and there you'll find a spectacular new 'double-star,'" says Pete Lawrence of Selsey UK. "It is Mars in conjuncton with the bright blue star Regulus.
Regulus which is now at 29 degrees 59 minutes Leo will be joined by Mars
Notice that Mars has been transiting in Leo, a Fire Sign since October 17th of 2009 due to retrograde motion on Dec. 20th 2009. We are in a for a change as Mars moves into a more patient, sign of critical thinking. The changes are coming fast and heavy with
Per Robson: With Mars - Regulus bestows Honor, fame, strong character public prominence, high military command. Mars ingress into Virgo is applying to an opposition with Chiron now retrograde @ 0 degrees 59 minutes of Pisces not favorable for any war or military command.
Jupiter entered Aries today @ 2:29 PM EDT and some historical milestones were set.
The last time both Jupiter and Uranus where transiting in Aries was on June 6, 2927
when @ 2:14 AM PDT Jupiter followed Uranus into the sign of the RAM.
Preceded by Uranus entering Aries on May 27th @ 6:49 PM PDT and looking back to 1927
when Uranus led Jupiter on March 31st in 1927 with an ingress into Aries.
Looking back on 1927 - Apr 27, 1927 - Significant Wildfire Events in SC History.

Back to Regulus 2010
Raphael in the Catholic tradition corresponds to Regulus watcher of the North
Regulus will move completely into Virgo, an Earth Sign at the end of 2012.
Regulus first entered the sign Leo in 156 BC so it has been a long trip.
At time all the watchers will be in mutable signs:
Antares now 10 degrees Sag. a Fire Sign corresponding to Archangel Uriel in the Catholic tradition aka. watcher of the West
Alderbran @ 9+ degrees Gemini an Air Sign and corresponding to Archangel Michael aka watcher of the East
Fomalhaut @ 4 degrees Piscesa Water Sign and and corresponding to Archangel aka watcher of the South.

A Powerful Kingly Star

REGULUS is called Cor Leonis, the heart of the Constellation Lion
Since the days of Ptolemy, Regulus the affairs of the heavens,— a belief current, till three centuries ago, from at least 3000 years before our era. Thus, as Sharru, the King, it marked the 15th ecliptic constellation of Babylonia; in India it was Magha, the Mighty; in Sogdiana (a Persian people), Magh, the Great, {p.256} Miyan, the Centre; among the Turanian races, Masu, the Hero; and in Akkadia it was associated with the 5th antediluvian King-of-the-celestial-sphere, Amil-gal-ur,
Per Robson re: Regulus: A triple star, flushed white and ultramarine, situated on the body of the Lion. From Regulus, a Little King, and often called Cor Leonis, the Lion's Heart, and symbolically the Crushing Foot. It was one of the four Royal Stars of the Persians in 3,000 B.C., when, as Watcher of the North, it marked the summer solstice