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Quite a change from not having the right to vote just a short time ago! Perhaps the better question is: how do we each move in sync with this changing energy and invite it into our lives? Start with observation.
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Watch for times when you become aware of a receptive, deep, feeling nature inside you or in others. How has that nature changed from what you might have observed 50 years ago?
In women versus men? What is waiting just over the horizon? Astrology Reports give you a map of the road ahead. Select from Evolving Door Astrology Reports. As our experience of feminine yin energy changes, our expression of masculine yang energy will change also. Do you see a difference in how you or others approach conflict resolution? Change is complex, and it never happens in a straight line. Any gradual transition like this involves swinging back and forth between extremes: one step forward, two steps back, three steps forward, one step back, and so on, as we inch our way along the path.
As some people will want to make changes in a new direction, others will want to stay with the old, "tried and true" ways, and therefore attempt to put on the brakes. Or, they might instinctively feel that something important is at risk of being lost in the change, so they want to slow things down until we can figure out how to untangle the knots between the old and the new without breaking the cords of continuity.
We went through a similar process to this during the Saturn-Uranus opposition in , so we've had a few years to work on some of those knots.
Sometimes knots get tighter as you try to untie them, but it's important to keep working at it—just more strategically. Impulsive moves and angry overreaction will just make the situation worse and the knots tighter.
Regulus in Leo Archives - Astrology readings and writings by Lynn Hayes
So, even if you observe events or attitudes that swing back toward the masculine and away from the feminine, this is a natural part of the transitional process. It's still important to keep working toward a new balance of masculine and feminine, but it doesn't necessarily mean the forces of the future are losing the battle to the forces of the past. It's an inevitable part of that "ebb and flow" cyclical progression.
Regulus as a fixed star doesn't much care about our moment-to-moment struggles down here on Earth. At the Regulus level, we're just a blue marble—another dot in the sky, if we can be seen at all. In other words, the Regulus perspective is a very broad one that sees us in a vast context. Sometimes it can help to see ourselves that way too.
Short-term conflicts are but small parts in the overall process that gets us where we are going. Consider this: if you had landed anywhere on Earth years ago, with the kind of problems, challenges and attitudes that existed then, would you imagine how we could ever get to where we are today?
Virgo is an Earth sign , which is all about growth, nurturing and harvesting what we have planted. It's significant that our awareness has been turning recently to the realization that we have to take better care of our planet, or risk driving ourselves and other species into extinction. There's no shortage of problems: pollution of the land, water and air; expanding population without an effective system to support everyone's survival; overharvesting of our resources that either damage the Earth or leave it ravaged; and of course, our persistent intolerance and anger with each other that can now be fought with weapons of mass destruction that could annihilate us all.
With Regulus in earthy Virgo, we are starting to recognize the sanctity and preciousness of our planet, and the crucial need to become better custodians of it. Perhaps we need to take a lesson from the Greek Goddess Demeter Ceres in the Roman pantheon , whom Virgo has been associated with. In the ancient myths, this goddess of agriculture oversaw the growing of all things. When her daughter, Persephone, was abducted by Pluto into the Underworld, Demeter was so distraught that she refused to allow anything to grow until she finally found her daughter and brought her home.
Since then, Persephone returns every year to her underworld home with Pluto. Demeter again mourns and can't function or allow the crops to grow, until her daughter finally returns in the spring. As we find our world labouring under the weight of our neglect, abuse and greed, we too seem to be mourning the loss of something precious to our collective consciousness as well—our archetypal feminine energy. And like Demeter, we seem to be attempting to retrieve this part of us from the hidden Underworld, in order to rebalance and heal our planet and our collective psyche.
It's tempting to say something clever like, "The King is dead. Long live the Queen!
Rather, we are collectively trying to create a marriage of equals between opposite and, historically, conflicting archetypes, that will be based on mutual respect and cooperation. This is a time to build a bridge between those opposites, and to explore the vast spaces in between them where sexuality is not simply one extreme or the other.
We are beginning to see this in Western culture as we begin to acknowledge, accept and integrate expressions of sexuality and sexual identity that do not conform to the black-and-white definitions we've used historically. Examples include: same-sex marriage and transgender people; also those who do not identify with just one sex, and in some cases are born with mixed physical characteristics of both genders. The historically masculine Regulus moving into the feminine Virgo would seem to be manifesting at least currently as an awakening about how these archetypes are in fact blended in diverse and varying ways—another indication that this transition is more about finding a balance and harmony between these energies, not for one to conquer the other.
A thousand years from now, we will no doubt look back on this time and marvel at how far we've come from narrow attitudes and understanding that cast value judgments based on gender and framed human potential in such limited ways. We'll be amazed at how we managed to survive our collective immaturity, treating our planet like a sand box where we could play destructively and then expect Mom to clean up after us.
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Cardinal Crossroads What is the Cardinal Cross? He goes on to say;. They are still in power. They are still in control…. Oh, yeah? The above article was probably written in more naive times. You think these women are going bring peace on earth? Can we shift from service-to-self to a service-to-others mentality? Loyality, loyality and more loyality, this is the number one demand of their loved ones. The last years has seen more bloodshed in wars than any other period. That was just before Regulus shifted into Virgo, but it will be interesting to see the graph in another 10 years time.
They are good at medicating those who are grieving. Leo rules the heart. We are all one yes, but we are all unique individuals also. But it could also be our downfall. Currently then, some of us are probably going through a stage of self-medicating to get over the trauma we suffer from ongoing media manipulation, fear-mongering and lies.
Many other stars have changed signs due to precession, but I think Regulus is one of the most important since it is so close to the ecliptic and is an archangel star. So thinking in a civic sense and working to build working, harmonious communities is essential. Self-segregation seems to be happening as Leo tribes quietly keep to their own. With 21st century Regulus, the risk of downfall is only great if one resorts to displaying excess pride, ego-mania, arrogance, and most of all the famous Regulus revenge. It is said that the higher these Lions climb, the bigger the risk of falling from grace.
There is nothing wrong with genuine self-love and confidence! Being the best and aiming for excellence is almost frowned upon those days. Evolved Regulus is about dissolving away all the false masks imposed on us by society and and getting to the essence of our true sovereign-self. In order to do that, Regulus also has to wrestle with its bestial, knee-jerk reactions.