143. Remember in high school when everyone had beepers, and your boyfriend or girlfriend would beep you with the numerical code 143?
The first time I saw that I didn’t know what it was, and then my brother told me; I=1 Love=4 You =3, and as you can see, the numbers represent the amount of letters in each word.
So, after studying some information about the moon last night, I felt compelled to write this to return the message to Mary, I love you too, sweetheart.
Do I think I’m Jesus? Not necessarily, but amazing evidence of something special continues to mount.
I was living in Bloomfield, New Jersey at the time when I looked up at the night sky and saw a circle of blue stars, and I should’ve understood it then that perhaps I was under the watchful eye of a heavenly Goddess, but I didn’t know much about Mary back then. I shrugged it off.
In our birth charts, and in astrology in general, the Moon is believed to represent, amongst many other things, our subconscious mind. Mercury rules the mind as well, however, the difference is Mercury represents our awakened-everyday mind. It rules our thought process in the here-and-now moment.
The Moon’s duality or energy is pretty much accepted to be feminine, but don’t be fooled. Many Gods have come and gone throughout time and were connected with the Moon. As a matter of fact, it isn’t discussed often, but there were solar goddesses as well.
In addition to the subconscious, the Moon also represents hidden feelings, emotions, and possibly a mother or wife figure.
Most of know the zodiac is made up of 12 signs, and almost all of those signs represent animals, but in many cultures men and women, somehow or someway, grew to personify the archetypal energies associated with certain signs. Even the planets and luminaries have their counterparts.
Just to refresh it, the Moon can represent the wife or mother in our charts, and the keywords methodical, patient, and reserved make much more sense we discover Artemis, the goddess of the hunt and the wilderness, wild animals, nature, care of children, and chastity. Artemis comes to us from Greek Mythology, and she also ruled sudden death and archery. She was connected to Hecate, the triple-goddess, and one of most prominent lunar deities all mythologies.
So, there’s the connection between the Moon and Artemis.
Artemis’s symbols are the bow and arrows, the crescent moon, animal pelts, spears, knives, and the lyre.
What is barely mentioned is the connection between Mary Magdalene and the Roman Goddess Diana, and this is so important because as I came to find out, Diana was the Roman equivalent of Artemis. That’s means there’s an amazing connection between Mary Magdalene, Diana, and Artemis, and all three were lunar deities or personifications of the Moon, which makes even more sense since we know Jesus was the personification of the Sun!
Now, the farther back we go, the more we learn and the closer we get to the root. In Egyptian mythology, the equivalent was Bastet. Bastet was worshipped as a lioness goddess, and in Greek her name Ailuros, literally meant cat.
We have this connection now I’m learning between the Moon, Bastet and cats (lioness), Artemis, Diana, and Mary Magdalene. They’re all connected as goddesses personifying the Moon.
Here’s the craziest part. Last week on Twitter, I tweeted, “those of us born with a Leo ascendant are the ancient Tribe of Judah,” NOT EVEN REALIZING until last night that Feast Day for Mary Magdalene is July 22nd! July 22nd (7/22) is the first degree of Leo!
And to the right, there is a picture of my birth chart showing my ascendant on the first degree of Leo. 1 degree 43 inches, or 143. The Feast Day of Mary Magdalene on July 22nd, the first degree of Leo, or the day the Sun begins its transit through Leo, and a great big I ❤ you!