This morning, I found myself in contemplation for three hours while I sat in the morning sun. My attention was once again brought back to the North Node in my birth chart, and my ascendant (1’43 Leo).
The North Node represents where you’re going in this lifetime. It also represents the energy that needs to be harnessed to fulfill our soul’s mission.
My North Node is located on the 29th degree of Leo in the 2nd House. The star, Regulus (The Lion’s Heart) is also on the 29th degree of Leo. So, I have this conjunction between Regulus and the North Node.
The timing of this, of course, is perfect because May is the month when Regulus shines the brightest after the sun sets.
God already showed me that I was Gaius Octavius in a previous life, but that whole thing started flooding back again. I guess I missed something. For those who don’t know, Gaius Octavius was the First Roman Emperor (Caesar Augustus).
So, what did I miss?
Well, the 12th House is the end. I have Cancer in the 12th House, and on the 29th degree, there’s Orcus retrograde. Leo is tied to Italy and Rome, and Orcus is believed to have had a temple built in Palatine Hill, Italy. The connection I missed was that Augustus had his Imperial Palace built there.
My chart picks up from there with the 1st House beginning on the feast day of Mary Magdalene (7/22, which is also the first degree or first day the sun enters Leo). Metis, the Roman Goddess of wisdom and deep thought is on the 12th degree of Leo, and the only 1st House Placement I have. Which is kind of interesting because as you can see, I do a lot of deep thinking.
As far as my chart goes, I’m going to stop there. I didn’t want to tell you every specific detail about this morning’s meditation session, but I had to mention the part I did so you would understand the Moon’s placement for this morning.
At 10:52 this morning, the waning crescent Moon was located on the 17th degree of Aries in the 9th House. The Moon was in conjunction with Chiron, and both formed a square with Mars on the 27th degree of Cancer in the 12th House. Chiron was the wisest of the Centaurs and he was a teacher. A Chiron/Moon conjunction in Aries in the 9th House will bring all the subconscious and hidden thoughts and memories about the self to the surface.
Contemplation about past lives and reincarnation is a 9th House thing.
Can you see how that works?
The ninth house is the house of the higher mind, philosophical thinking, long-distance travel, and higher education. Aries is the first sign of the zodiac and the ruler of the 1st House. The first house is the house of self. It’s who you are, were, and will be.
The Midheaven in my birth chart is 17 degrees Aries. That’s where the Moon was this morning. Chiron was using the power of the moon and the moon’s placement to to show me the highest point or culmination point of my chart as it related to my first house of self, Leo.
It was showing me that in a past life, I had everything. I was the Frist Emperor of Rome. That’s why I have the Jupiter 7th degree/Mars 12th degree conjunction in Virgo in the second house. That’s abundance through action, aggression, and war. Jupiter and Mars in the second house is acquiring possessions in abundance through conquering, through war.
But they’re both retrograde.
As a matter of fact, Orcus, Metis, Make Make, Jupiter, Mars, and Pluto are all retrograde stretching from the 29th degree of cancer in the 12th House, to the 21st degree of Libra in the 4th House.
And if all those retrogrades represent not an open door, but a closed one and a review of my past lives, than this life begins with me personifying Uranus, the Awakener, and the God of my sign, Aquarius.
The seventh house sun (18 degrees Aquarius) is born in bondage, but wakes up, breaks free and gains independence (Uranus).