Full Moon: 11 Virgo 22

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Swing Low, Swing High

While a full moon symbolizes a reaping and the supply of important missing information, this time around we’ll see continued fluidity to mundane life issues within the day or two – or ten -before and after the event. Unlike a typical full moon, the lines defining ‘before’ and ‘after’ will be smudgy for those with mutable energy points. It could take quite some time to feel anchored again. And this makes sense because the driver of this energy is in uncharted seas and the metaphoric vibe for the waters depends almost entirely on where you believe you are on the spectrum of surfer/submerger. Know this: it’s a shapeshifting, somewhat tricky balance, no matter who you are!

Our thoughts and interactions may reveal wide swings between washed out identity/ego drives and a heightened sense of homecoming/an identity channeling as born-this-way soul soother/healer. Matters could reach a transcendent phase – wonderful. Matters could reach an overwhelming phase – not so good –  but full of important data for later processing. Mercury (this full moon’s ruler) isn’t too happy out at sea during the calmest of times; now being linked within this massive Pisces flotilla lit up by the Virgo full moon, expect a weepy, leaky, seepy span of time from the 23rd of Feb until around the 9th of March.

For All Of Us

We’ve often mentioned following our bliss, driving ourselves hard to make our passion take fuller form in our daily life and means but don’t worry if you lose your groove or your shine for these few days. It’s just a blip on the radar that will fade: While Leo likes to shine, the energy wave at the moment is all about humble busy-behind-the-scenes Virgo with no energy to spare for theatrics and Pisces whispering, ‘We all shine or none of us shine.’ It’s a good weekend to contemplate these perspectives before heading back out onto your world’s stage. Whatever work your investing yourself in, there’s still the less glamourous but important chores to attend to.

Mars in Sagittarius is challenging sponged-up Mercury and the best all-inclusive phrasing for this could be: there’s a zone of your story that’s brimming to overflow. You may be trying to contain and process the volume but you’re only mortal. Some Other is strongly voicing a wish/demand/quest OR within Self, the imagination brings an alluring potential tweak to your growth trajectory. But application will upset the apple cart. Let it. It is highly likely that this ‘upset’ is meant to help your sense of duty to stand down and accept the overflow/accommodate the Other/apply the tweak. When the waters recede, you’ll be able to appraise again.

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Sunday Surfing 20/03/16

While it’s true that the Sun now turns its pulsating beams upon the warrior’s way, we may still feel we are somewhat pleasantly wading through water-color scenery. That’s how it feels here and we are leaning into it. Any lagging pace wont last much long, thats for sure. In honor of our Pisces pile-up, particularly the potentially luscious Venus conjunction with Neptune, percolate on some quantum-ly quotes that span the spirit and concrete worlds…

 

Intelligence operates simultaneously at two distinct levels: In one level it is the pure onlooker, the Witness; in another, the lower level, it is the actor and constitutor. These two distinct levels of activity of God or the higher Intellect, the one transcendent and the other immanent, is reflected in the human plane as the two principal modes of wakefulness, i.e. a wakefulness in the world and a wakefulness to the world: This is the distinction between the active and the contemplative life. But even the active life, action here implying outward mobility, is founded on the contemplative activity of the spirit. After all, everything is contemplation, for the One is contemplation par excellence: It is contemplation that creates, i.e. transcendentally constitutes, the field of action. – Tomaj Javidtash, metaphysicist

 

outerplaces.com reports that Dr. Hans-Peter Dürr, former head of the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich, posits that, just as a particle “writes” all of its information on its wave function, the brain is the tangible “floppy disk” on which we save our data, and this data is then “uploaded” into the spiritual quantum field. Continuing with this analogy, when we die the body, or the physical disk, is gone, but our consciousness, or the data on the computer, lives on…and Dr. Christian Hellwig of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, found evidence that information in our central nervous system is phase encoded, a type of coding that allows multiple pieces of data to occupy the same time. He said, “Our thoughts, our will, our consciousness and our feelings show properties that could be referred to as spiritual properties…No direct interaction with the known fundamental forces of natural science, such as gravitation, electromagnetic forces, etc. can be detected in the spiritual. On the other hand, however, these spiritual properties correspond exactly to the characteristics that distinguish the extremely puzzling and wondrous phenomena in the quantum world.”

The ever-fascinating edge.org conversations series recently featured Stephen Wolfram speaking on AI and the Future of Civilisation:

The interesting language point is that today we have computer languages, which, for the most part, are intended for computers only. They’re not intended for humans to read and understand. They’re intended to tell computers in detail what to do. Then we have natural language, which is intended for human-to-human communication.

I’ve been trying to build this knowledge-based language, where it’s intended for communication between humans and machines in a way where humans can read it and machines can understand it too, where we’re incorporating a lot of the existing knowledge of the world into the language in the same way that in human natural language we are constantly incorporating knowledge of the world into the language, because it helps us in communicating things. One branch that I’m interested in right now is what the world looks like when most people can read and write code.

What’s the future of the humans in a world where, once we can describe what we want to do, things can get done automatically? What do the humans do? One of my little hobby projects is trying to understand the evolution of human purposes over time. Today, we’ve got all kinds of purposes. We sit and have a big discussion about purposes, which presumably has some purpose. We do all the different things that we do in the world.

Can you imagine a world in which we all naturally read and write in a virtually universal code? In pure symbols. I wonder how the emergence of this phenomenon would influence the artistic communities of the world. Personally, I’m thinking: fascinating, even alluring in an abstract way, with a slice of dread…  🙂

And last but not least, a possible fly in our ointment:

‘Science is regarded as rational, but we must remember that it is formed by ideology and national emotions.’ Professor Michael Schultz, University of Agder (source)