Sun In Taurus Trines Pluto In Capricorn🌞May 9 2017 🎱Shining On Intensity


Celestial Priestess's Fourth Density Journal

#Monday May 8 2017🌞🎱Tomorrow Sun in Taurus Trines Pluto in Capricorn. Our creativity serves to transform. Deep thoughts will surface to make changes for the good. Although Pluto is currently retrograde, the transformative powers are still available although it does take a little more time to see.

☁Looks like the end of the world..☁

The Sun shines the dept of Pluto in a positive way. We also have the Scorpio moon coming up and intensity is building up. So in a way Sun trine Pluto also intensififies and shines light to intensity.

🌞Omg look at the shot I took while on the road

If for example you have Taurus in the 7th house you may be feeling this energy on the way you covey information to partners or other people. You will shine (Sun) with others while diving deep (Pluto).
Very good aspects are at bay throughout this…

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Custard, Part 2


Death, The Life Story

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I’m not entirely sure where Custard got to that night, but she did not go home and she did not go to Dick the Dustman’s flat either. In fact, she never went there again. By the morning, Janet was frantic with worry and having quizzed KM and myself about her daughter’s whereabouts, and visibly disappointed in our lack of knowledge, she left our kitchen a whirlwind of pain and grey to the gills. A big, fat penny had dropped.

A few hours later, apparently none the worse for wear, Custard rolled up neither smiling nor proud of her absence but steely and determined.

“Wish me luck,” she said as she went in. She was still wearing her halter neck top and her hair shot off in all angles from where she’d slept.

At about lunch time Janet appeared in our kitchen again. She didn’t have a bag of tins as…

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Another Dog Story


Matrignosis: A Blog About Inner Wisdom

NOTE:  I just received a comment about this post I wrote 6 years ago and wanted to share it with you. The new book is coming along very well. I’ll keep you updated from time to time. XOXO

As I write this I’m agonizing over something that happened earlier this evening. During the summer I live in a remote, mountainous area with curvy, dangerous roads. This evening I was headed to town to attend a lecture by an eminent theologian when I came upon a huge, black-and-white shaggy dog standing in the middle of the road looking very lost and confused.

My first thought was to stop and help it.  My second, that it could be sick, rabid, mean, filthy, etc.  My third, that I really wanted to hear the lecture. As I slowly passed the dog I looked out my rear-view mirror. It was standing in the road forlornly…

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The Untold Story Of An Indian Farmer



I have never felt hungry, that is probably whyIcould never appreciate the value of food,i have never faced the dearth of bread and that is probably why I could never understand a farmers significance. 641402514 or approximately 64 crore people are dependent on agriculture in India, who in winters chill or summer’s heat, work tirelessly so that we can eat. But we fail to understand the story behind their pain and sorrow. They are the only beings in our economy who buy everything at retail, sell everything at wholesale, and ultimately suffer both ways.

Farmers face problems in every phase of life, may it betrying to procure new technology, fighting famines and trying their best to irrigate their fields or acquiring loans at very high interest rates and falling into a debt trap as they have low incomes but high costs of cultivation .According to statistics about 50 per cent…

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