Monday, December 3, 2012

Winter Solstice Dec.12,2012

The infamous Winter Solstice 2012 marks a turning point when daytime becomes increasingly longer and light outweighs darkness. It is the darkest period a time when you'll feel like giving up on a dream or long held hope.  As the Sun enters Capricorn and an aspect  called  a Yod, also referred to as the Finger of God, occurs between Jupiter, the Royal Star Aldebaran, (the Arch Angel Michael)  Saturn and Pluto, pointing to important changes that can significantly change everyone’s life.  There’s no turning back now as events and circumstances alter your future forever.  Just think how technology like the digital revolution,  iPhone, iPad, and iPod, to name a few things, have changed and altered our daily lives and impacted industries such as printing, photography and publishing within the past 3-5 years.  We have to assume that innovations will continue to shape our lives drastically.  Major events like hurricanes, earthquakes and storms have changed the look of many geographical areas and changed the day to day routine of those who live in affected areas.  Like it or not we may find ourselves having to rebuild our lives again. For good or bad you could find yourself having to learn and keep up with the fast changing technological advances, or having to rebuild, and start your life over. While there’s lots of hype surrounding the Winter Solstice of 2012, many people are already on a path of change.   Many current personal situations have gone as far as they can, have to end and make us realize that change is inevitable. We grow, we change and we should embrace whatever is coming our way.
There are actually 2 Yods the 2nd one is with the asteroid Ceres, the planet Mars and the Lunar North Node.  This Yod suggests that hardness and being too tough comes up against compassion and communication.  it's a breakthrough with all the hardness and heavy handedness that's culminating in the world through the Solstice.  As bad as anything gets...this is it. Visit

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