MOON SQUARE JUPITER [1:03 am pdt/ 2:03 am mdt/ 3:03 am cdt/ 4:03 m edt] might be a piece of money or home-base expansion work.
MOON OPPOSITE VENUS [3:56 pm pdt/ 4:56 pm mdt/ 5:56 pm cdt/ 6:56 pm edt] emphasizes the call to creativity on behalf of our inner self and home life. There is a fruition energy in this opposition of bringing something creative we are doing into flowering, or into fruition.
MOON is VOID the rest of the day until tomorrowlate morning/mid-day, when it enters Pisces. (so it may be a slow-start Monday morning). MOON leaves the VOID and enters Pisces, tomorrow at [10:31 am pdt/ 11:31 am mdt/ 12:31 pm cdt/ 1:31 pm edt]
Tomorrow, July 2, is the opening of the tightest window of the transformative Eclipse-time. This is often shadow revealing and purging. It is a time when the archetype of Kali, rises up and has a need to make boundaries and communicate clearly on behalf of life herself, within us and around us. This is often an intensely testing time, which can be disruptive or disorienting. It is highly important in these windows, to pay extra attention to the things we care about, take care walking and driving to paying attention to every step and to every force around us. These windows of eclipse time require more vigilance, to prevent small or large disasters, or to move and respond, when they happen.
The NEW MOON partial SOLAR ECLIPSE takes place in the sign of Cancer on July 12th. This is the first eclipse point of three, each in two week succession. So for the next six weeks we are in a transformational life-death-rebirth-powered eclipse portal. May the source of wisdom and goodness be our guiding light. May we allow the cathartic power of the eclipse portal to purifiy us and move us to a higher more authentic place. May we let go of all that is being removed, may we release what is departing and invite what is arriving. This is transition time!
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Author’s Note: Pack one has finally gotten tired of their fenced enclosure after about a month, and is escaping and chasing deer and going to the creek to find raccoon nests. I’m certain there are plenty of deer and raccoon around here, but its not really ok for them to run and kill things around people. I imagine its ok in the bigger picture for the creator and for them, but for people, its not ok, so we are on the look out for the next location for pack one, in the Rocky Mountain area, that borders national forest or BLM land. We are currently in Pagosa Springs in the middle of a village, so it is and always was a “temporary leaping spot,” to get us to the Rocky Mountains, which is where I want to be! Please pass the word–we are looking for a better more remote, wilderness location in or near the Rocky Mountains for pack one to move to. We meet with the Judge this month to discuss permitting and laws and working out legal animal issues with the city. This is the first time there are no opposing parties, neighbors or landlords who are attacking or asking us to leave. Instead people seem curious and open to these kinds of animals. A lot of people around here have large dogs, huskies or wolf hybrids themselves–so I feel like we are in a friendly area. Now to work out all the permitting required, the legal logistics and the next better wilderness property! We will be launching more fundraising efforts to hold ongoing “safety, place and food,” for this breed of “Mackenzie’s,” which are a kind of wolf dog, (that we have) that are a Red Wolf (in our case) mixed with a service-related animal. In this case, a Newfoundland is what makes up this particular line of “Mackenzie” dogs. I am looking into paperwork to create an official breed, that will be much like a “Husky.” Mackenzie’s are more known in Michigan where they are famous for their “masked face,” and relationship with human beings.
Pack two is still awaiting transport to Maine. There is meat, in freezers, fences being built and a set up for them in Maine. We just need the resources now to get them to their new home! Please pass the word to anyone who might care enough about this species to assist them. We who are already in service to them are doing everything we can and giving everything we have and we do still need some more participation and input for their survival and wellbeing. “It takes a village to keep a species safe.”