In Mesopotamia, the movement of the planets and luminaries was likened to “heavenly writing,” messages from the gods scrawled across the evening skies. As such, they were keenly interested in the moon, the nearest and most dynamic of the celestial heralds. Of particular interest was the moon’s latitudinal cycle. Join me in examining the four critical junctures in this cycle and where this ancient framework seems to underlie and inform Western views concerning the moon’s nodes. More importantly, you’ll learn how to apply this ancient lunar latitude cycle to the secondary progressed moon to identify personal turning points.
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