Thursday October 20th’s vibration (20+10+2+0+1+6) = 39/12/3. Today we have the creative energy of the 3 taking charge: 3’s geometric blueprint is the TRIANGLE, the generator of LIGHT. The triangle forms the shape of the Pyramid, and the word Pyre means FIRE. The Triangle is the first enclosed form that appears in Creation, and is therefore often referred to as the “Mother of Creation”, because it is the surface through which all other shapes are birthed into creation.
The triangle forms the shape of the Pyramid, and the word Pyre means FIRE. The triangle is used to symbolize Spirit, the eternal flame. We talk about the creative fire within, that when expressed outwards, spreads warmth and light and inspiration. The creative fecundity of 3’s energy is represented in the traditional imagery of 3rd card of the Tarot, The Empress: the Mother Goddess, representing the abundant flourishing of Nature, and reflecting the cyclicity of life, death and rebirth.
The Empress is sitting on a cubic stone, with 12 stars above her head. Here we see the strong link between the 3 and 12, and the 3rd and 12th card in the Tarot. 12 indicates time’s cyclicity, the wheat and harvest in the image of the Goddess card symbolising this, pointing towards the seasons of the year coming full circle, the seeds having been sown, growth occurring, and then the flourishing of the abundant harvest. She is telling us that what we sow, we will eventually reap, that time and experience is cyclic, what goes around comes around.
The cubic (4) stone indicates that her awesome creativity must be channeled through the realm of the material realm, the earth. The square and the cube are the symbols of earth and manifestation. This co-operation between 3 and 4 is referred to by the 12 stars we see: 12 = 4×3, and geometrically speaking, the 12-pointed star is constructed from 4 triangles, and 3 squares, you can see this quite literally in my Number 12 Numerology Mandala featured on today’s card:
With 12 we have a beautiful harmonic synthesis between the numbers and namely the geometries of 3 and 4. 12 is 3 x 4 and 4 x 3, and when you look closely at the 12 mandala, the 12-pointed star on the card, you will see that it is constructed from 4 interlocking triangles, 4 x 3 = 4 triangles. Look again, shift your gaze a little and you will also within this form 3 interlocking SQUARES too, 3 x 4 = 3 squares! (Clue: the squares all have purple corners!)
My 12 Numerology mandala shows the geometric expansion through TRIANGULATION of the 3 to the 6 to the 12. With 3 we have the TRIANGLE, which is reflected in the geometric expression of the 6, the STAR of DAVID, the symbolic representation of AS ABOVE – SO BELOW. Then, the 6 is reflected again to get to 12, representing a grand epoch, or full circle of experience/time as reflected by the 12.
12 is 1 (the self, the Magician), going back to the womb of 2 (the High Priestess/Visica Piscis), to be reborn and enlightened, 3 (the trinity at the base of all creation: Matter, Energy and Consciousness – the Empress). In esoteric science it is believed that every solar system has 12 planets around the central 13th Sun/Son, the Christos energy at the hub of the wheel, pictured in the mandala as the eye at the centre of the Vesica Piscis.
This forms the blueprint for consciousness unfoldment and expansion, through the geometry of LIGHT. This mandala and the synchronised geometry therein reflect the great work of Alchemy, the transformation of spirit/light/
What this Mandala shows is the exponential expansion that arises from the initial division of Unity as expressed by the form of the Vesica Piscis at the centre. It is here that we find the sacred ratio of light, expressed by the square root of 3, and it is here we find the geometry of the ALL-SEEING EYE/I, too! This mandala is designed to maximise consciousness expansion through the GEOMETRY of ENLIGHTENMENT!
The 12th Card in the Tarot is the HANGED MAN. The first thing we notice about the 12th card in the traditional Tarot is that the Hanged Man is hanging upside down from a tree branch, in suspension, just like the caterpillar in its cocoon as it waits for its transformation into the butterfly. People laugh at him and ridicule him because it appears to them that he is crazy – he sees everything upside down, in reversal.
Reversal is the keyword for the symbolism of this card, because in actual fact, the hanged man, by tuning into the spiritual, cosmic laws of the universe, is the one who can perceive the TRUE reality. It is the others who are crazy; believing in the illusory reflection that is physical, material reality, and believing that this is the only reality there is. But the hanged man doesn’t mind people laughing at him. He doesn’t judge. He’s happy to let people believe what they like.
He is in the moment of transformation, when his world-view may well have been turned up-side down, but he accepts all and is in awe of the process, from an observer’s point of view: He is quietly expressing tolerance; and teaching that harsh judgment only creates negativity and separation. He is peaceful and serene because he has reversed his perceptions and can perceive the true, divine reality with clarity.
The hanged man card represents the pause between the in-breath and the out-breath, the stillness before the action. The deeper message for you is to learn to let go of expectations, but to remain hopeful; something new is growing. When 12 appears, great transformations are underway and there is nothing you can do but accept, wait and surrender to all the changes that are occurring for you now.
The major theme here is about letting go and trusting in the Universe, and having the courage to surrender to your higher, divine will, rather than the letting the physical realm ego-self call all the shots. In the image, the hanged man hangs from a tree by his ankle, and is free leg is bent at the knee, crossing over the hanged leg, so that it makes the form of the number 4. The number 4 represents the earthly realm, the tangible manifest realm governed by the 4 directions.
The 4 appears upside down, illustrating the fact that the material realm is but a reflection of the true reality, the spiritual realm above. He is telling us that when we come to realise and understand this fundamental truth, we can put our total trust in the divine to help direct us in the earthly world. To consciously let go and allow the unconscious to take the reigns is a complete reversal of what we are taught in daily life, it is a risk that the logical mind must take, and the challenge that meets you today!
We can see that another major keyword with 12’s energy as symbolized visually with the Hanged Man is Sacrifice. Here we see the link between 12 and the Christos energy: if one is to develop the capacity to hold Christos energy, to become enlightened, one must take on the essence of Christ’s teachings, which are the universal teachings of light that have been presented to us by many religious/spiritual figures.
All these teachings revolve around the cyclical/spiral energy of unconditional love, which evolves life in all dimensions. In order to promote unconditional love and the awareness of the light within, Christ and figures like him seem to always undergo a martyr or sacrificial scenario, they have to give up the desires of the ego self and follow only the guidance of the higher self. Although this appears a sacrifice in the material world, what Christ, Buddha, Krishna, etc, are showing us is that these attachments to the material realms cause only pain and fear. Let go and embrace the light, the source of creation, is what all the emissaries of light are telling us. And indeed, it is the message of the Hanged Man too.
When 12 appears you may feel as if you are in limbo, waiting for something to happen. Well you are, but it’s not a passive waiting, it’s more a pregnant pause, the ripening consciousness poised to take flight. You need to let go , surrender and TRUST that the universe has everything in hand. By surrendering and sacrificing the ego-self, one actually gains great power; divine will- power that can be expressed with master-ship through the 12.
The 39th card in the Tarot is the Knight of Cups, and he aligns very well with the Hanged Man. The Knight is also a very imaginative and dreamy character, also encouraging us to allow our imagination free-reign so that we may find inspiration and insight. In a sense, too, the Hanged Man has been swept off his feet and had his world turned upside-down, and the Knight of Cups as the romantic and gallant hero can certainly create such an effect in your life today!
A surprise invitation may await you, or you may receive messages that inspire you to be creative. The only downside of this vibration is to let yourself get too carried away in fantasy. Shift your gaze, dream big, but remember the grounding influence of the 4 that the Hanged Man alludes to.
Enjoy your day everyone! And if it’s your birthday or anniversary today, then this vibration stays with you for the year as your Personal Year vibration! Go well! Rosalind Pape.
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