I’m going to begin slowly here, with a larger perspective on today’s New Moon . . .
This year’s New Moon in Leo also happens to coincide with what is known as the Lion’s Gate portal. Below, a few leads as to what that means. Essentially, it indicates that not only is this New Moon, as usual, important as originator of a new lunar cycle, but this particular New Moon, coming on 8/8, also coincides with an annual star arrangement known as the Lion’s Gate.
And, of course, the animal that best signifies Leo IS the lion.
Here’s someone who sees this Lion’s Gate portal/when in conjunction with the New Moon, as extremely special.
Notice the rose in the above image. The rose is another symbol for the heart. Heart, in French: “coeur.” The heart, when open, is courageous!
When I was a kid I used to go out in the back yard where roses grew along our entire back fence, and “stop to smell the roses.” Indeed, I would fall into a trance, each time, a swoon that released me into another world, one of loving communion with all of creation.
I stop to smell the roses now, and usually, they have no smell. Why? Are today’s roses genetically modified?
Ever since Covid started to put most sheeple into an even deeper sleep and to wake up those who knew that unless they became lions the world was lost to the globalists, the symbolism of lion has roared in, front and center for our collective awareness.
(Notice, BTW: that so-called “delta variant” signifies the deepest level of sleep!)
In the body, Leo rules the heart. We say, “He has the heart of a lion,” when referring to someone who is fully alive, radiating his or her own expressive loving heart energy into the world.
Okay. Now here goes:
I’ve known for some time now that I wanted to compose a post that focuses on Love, the Heart, and the Soul. Then, what got me going: a few days ago, (inside this year’s Lion’s Gate, which began July 26), I listened to a provocative discussion from 2011 between Kerry Cassidy and the (somewhat imperious) founder of sott.net, Laura Knight-Jadczyk, wherein she stated that people who are convinced that humans do not have souls and people who are convinced that humans do have souls may both be right. That those who don’t think humans have souls, don’t have souls; and those who think humans have souls do have souls.
Obviously, whether or not a person has a soul — or, I would argue, is in touch with his or her soul; both types may be roaming this world — speaks volumes about whether or not that human being is able to experience empathy for another. Without that ability, “Do unto others what you would have them do unto you,” makes no sense.
Thus we have the psychopaths, the sociopaths, the (soul-less) clones, and who knows who else, who, as shown in spades by both the scamdemic and the scam election, appear to still be running things here on planet Earth.
Or they were.
Ensouled humans are waking up to our divine mission, which is to express the infinite love of the universe through the open heart, itself the vehicle of soul in this incarnate life.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, transcendental poet, philosopher, and champion of American individualism in the mid-19th century, knew how the ensouled heart’s LOVE transforms the world.
Excuse me, but: