Monday, June 6, 2016

Häuptling Federauge & The Panvedic Schlüsselgöttin present 👊💥👊💥👊💥👊💥👊💥👊💥👊💥👊💥 Voll auf & The 13th Zodiac Sign :) Ophiuchus & The Moon :D 🐾flick🐾flick🐾flick🐾flick🐾mmmm🐾 :)


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by Nick Romano @msn
"In mythology, Ophiucus is identified with the healer Asclepius, the son of Apollo, who was able to bring the dead back to life. Realizing his power, Hades convinced Zeus to kill Asclepius with a lightning bolt, and he was placed into the stars as a constellation after his death. The constellation, Ophiuchus, has been known since ancient times, and is better known as Serpentarius, the Serpent Holder. It is included in the list of 48 constellations described by Ptolemy. Ophiuchus is depicted as a man handling a serpent. His body dividing the large snake into two parts, giving way to the symbol used today as an Asclepius – the medical staff. Astrologers have not included Ophiuchus in the wheel of Astrological signs because the Sun spends only about nineteen days in this 13th sign of the Mazzaroth. Not that there wasn’t a 13th sign in the Heavens, but as far as Astrologers were concerned, the Sun traveled from the constellation ‘Scorpius’ and then proceeded directly into the sign of Sagittarius. In reality, this was not the case. The Sun, for 19 days of the year, travels through the star constellation ‘Ophiuchus’ before entering Sagittarius from Scorpius, thus the sign of Ophiuchus is patterned after the original ‘Serpent Holder’, Enki, a Sumerian god.

Here is more about Ophiucus :D+EN
  :::: The 13th Zodiac Sign :) Ophiuchus ::::
"The constellation of Ophiuchus is the only sign of the Zodiac which is linked to a real man. This man lived in ancient Egypt around the 27th century BCE, and his name was Imhotep [again patterned after Enki]. Many of the same attributes of Imhotep can also be found in the Biblical Hebrew man Joseph, son of Jacob – [see comparison chart for these two men in separate article]. Imhotep is credited with many accomplishments including the knowledge and use of medicine. It is said of Imhotep that he brought the art of healing to mankind. The symbol of a serpent [or snake], which is still widely used today to represent the medical profession, was used to represent Imhotep. Imhotep was also known as ‘Aesclepius’ to the ancient Greeks, but by any name the attributes are still all the same. The attributes listed below describe the Serpent Holder, Imhotep, i.e. the Hebrew Joseph, and Aesclepius. The keyword descriptions seen below, originated with Betty Rhodes, and are the attributes for the 13th sign of the Zodiac – Ophiuchus:
– interpreter of dreams and lucid astral journeys
– attracts good luck and fruitful blessings
– serpent holder with ethical and moral ideals
– a seeker of peace and harmony and warrior when needed
– doctor of medicine or science
– adds, increases, joins, or gathers together
– poetical, inventive nature, expanding qualities
– seeks higher education and wisdom
– overseer andd supervisor of work
– either loved or completely misunderstood 
– longevity and aspirations of healing the ills of mankind
– architect and builder
– reaches for the stars and figuratively and literally is levy's tax assessor
– astrological talents and very intuitive.
~ Autor=Schlüsselgöttin ~
"The Warrior archetype is just as connected to the female psyche as to the male. Women have long been defenders of their families, and the Amazon tribe of Warrior Women has become legendary because of their ability to engage in fierce battle - even sacrificing part of their female physique to facilitate warfare. Loyalty to the family and tribe is among the Amazon's notable characteristics, along with nurturing their young and transmitting lessons of power and self-defense." 
~ Carolyn Myss Mehr ~

 ❝ Scattered through the ordinary world there are books and
artifacts and perhaps people who are like doorways
into impossible realms, of impossible 
and contradictory truth. ❞
— Jorge Luis Borges

EMERALD ? = SCIENCE ? = W.B.T.M. ? = Who Built The Moon ?
"Follow your heart as long as you live..." 
~ P'tah'ho'tep ~

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