Monday, August 21, 2017


ON the 21st of August, we come to a dramatic Total Solar Eclipse which is visible over nearly all of the continental United States.

This cosmic event coincides with the magical SUMMER BLUE MOON of Antinous and the SACRED LION HUNT

The Solar Eclipse is brief, lasting only 2 minutes and 40 seconds, but it cuts a swathe diagonally across the continental United States from Oregon to South Carolina. 

This Solar Eclipse, brief as it is, will produce effects on the United States that will last for 12 months. This coming 12-month period will be a time of dramatic, possibly even traumatic changes for America. Thus this Solar Eclipse will virtually eclipse all cosmic events of the coming year.

As if that were not enough, the Sun and Moon are in a powerful trine aspect with Uranus ... a configuration which unleashes dramatic and even revolutionary changes.

Millions of people view this heavenly spectacle with awe and superstitious fear ... but the priests of Antinous admonish you to open your heart to the bold courage that is being released ... for you to harness in your own life.

Remember, if you will, how Antinous and Hadrian slew a lion at this time of year, with the Sun in the final degrees of Leo the Lion in August 130 AD. 

Within a few short weeks, Antinous himself would be dead. The Sacred Lion Hunt is the last recorded event in His short life.

And some time afterward, grieving Hadrian would look up into the  nighttime skies with tear-filled eyes and his court astronomers would point out a New Star which had appeared in the southern part of the Constellation of Aquila the Eagle.

The New Star would be interpreted as a celestial sign that Antinous had been raised to the firmament as the  CONSTELLATION OF ANTINOUS. It was a sign that Antinous was now a God. 

Antinous was worshipped in ancient times as a Moon God. When you see the "Man in the Moon" you are looking at Antinous!

So, when the Moon crosses the face of the Sun today remember Antinous and how he peered out into the barren wilderness with all its deep and hidden dangers. 

He charged forth, his bridle-reins in his left hand and an adamantine-tipped lance in his right, and he faced death unafraid.

For Antinous knew he was immortal.

The Constellation of Antinous, still under the wing of the Imperial Eagle, will be right directly over your head tonight — shining proof that Antinous is a God and that he is indeed immortal. 

Don't look out into the darkness around you and be afraid. Instead, look up and remember the Beloved Boy, who was a fearless hunter, who stalked death itself, and who emerged victorious over it.

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