Astrology - Risa D'Angeles

Esoteric astrology as news for the week of March 22 through March 28:

Here we are at the beginning of a new season (spring), a new sign (Aries), planets (Mars, Mercury, Uranus) and a new element (fire). Spring is the beginning of a new spiritual year (on a higher level than last year). The seasons pass through cycles of dark and then of light. Here we stand, emerging out of the darkness of winter, into the spring’s fiery light.
Humanity, being part of this earth is made of elements (fire, earth, air, water). And humanity, a universe in miniature, possessing the same secret (occult) springs of life, also passes though the same cycles of light and darkness. When the creative life forces are ablaze (when spring arrives), there is also a blaze within us. Often we ask, “Who are we and what is our task?”The answer is “We are the world disciple, the Fourth Creative Hierarchy. Our task is Ray 4 — to bring harmony out of conflict and chaos.” Aries helps us in this endeavor. Aries, along with the Forces of Restoration, Mars, Mercury (Archangel Raphael) and Uranus, every year at this time, helps humanity to “make all things new” again.
Everywhere we look there is a golden hue of green blossoming. Over the months of spring we see multiple shades of green (Ray 3). And if we are quiet, we can hear that a word is being spoken — over and over the word “creation” is sounded. And the kingdoms, hearing this command, begin to multiply and propagate. It is a joyful season.
When spring arrives, the fires of Aries are to burn away the old nature (winter) so that new life can be released. Seeds, when placed into the ground, disintegrate their outer shell and release a new green plant, a tiny shoot of life sprouts upward. With roots pushing downward for nourishment, the two green Aries-looking leaves push upward out of the soil seeking sunlight and air. The growth of the plants is like Aries pushing outward for expression, pouring itself out into life, creating, initiating, beginning, always at the beginning of things. And so, we remember the words from “Dune” (book) on beginnings: “A beginning is the time for taking the most delicate care that the balances are (always) correct.”

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