WEDS 28th SEPT 2016 = 46/10/1: The 6 of CUPS: TRUST, NOSTALGIA, NEW PERSPECTIVES.featured


Weds September 28th’s vibration (28+9+2+0+1+6) = 46/10/1. On a 10/1 energy day we have a clear opportunity to connect with SOURCE, (with 10, the SELF, 1, stands next to the DIVINE 0, on a new plateau of self-awareness), so use it to gain clarity on where you are heading next. We have moved through the root essence single digits and risen to new heights with the first double digit, which takes us right back to the beginning again, the 1, but this time we have the divine awareness of the Zero/Monad/Circle encompassing us too, and so our consciousness is reborn and transformed via the energy of the 10.

So when 10 appears, we have come full circle, we have arrived back at the Source, back to the ONE, but now we see that we are the creator and the created, the One and the Zero, standing next to each other, aware of each other, and looking out on a new vista of conscious awareness. The energy of 10 reaches a new plateau of perfection, with 10 we have a perfect 10/10!

Recognising the geometric expression of 1 as the infinite circle we can understand the connection between 1 and 0, and the image of the Monad encompassing the energy of these vibrations is shown in the centre circle of card 10’s mandala.


Number ONE Numerology Mandala: The Monad: Hand-painted by Rosalind Pape

The geometric expression of 1’s energy is the CIRCLE. The circle is the all-encompassing ONENESS, the ALL-THAT-IS (and shall BE), expressing unlimited potential and complete Unity simultaneously. The Sanskrit term “Mandala” means circle, source and wheel, and mandalas have been used by all the earth’s ancient cultures to harmonise and focus the mind and to convey the energy of the Source of consciousness from which everything emanates.

The circle, and “Oneness” are infinite. When you divide the diameter of the circle by its circumference, the rational mind expects a clear and definitive, FINITE number. But Pi is “a transcendental figure without resolution”. We get a calculation that is infinite, showing us with the circle there is no end and no beginning, it just IS, and IS forever! This is the primal concept of Oneness, the container of infinity, and this highlights the cosmic paradox that lies at the beginning of creation. So on a 1 energy day, there is infinite potential!

However, the symbol of the numeral 1 is a straight line, the first MOVEMENT, or WORD/VIBRATION which is the first arrow, or LINE of ENQUIRY that issues forth from the Monad or the Void. The line is the extension of the point, the First Cause striking out and initiating the transformation of spirit into matter.

1-The-MagicianThe 1st card in the Tarot is the Magician, and he is pictured with one arm raised to the heavens, and the other pointing down to the earth, effectively, making the symbol of the number 1, showing us that he is aware that he must draw his energy down from the divine source and let himself be a clear channel through which this divine energy can work on the material plane.

He is consciously manifesting his reality by aligning his mind with the divine, making himself the master of his own destiny. He represents the conscious mind (Air, the mental vibration), and shows us that through clear focus and intention, his thoughts create his reality. A horizontal figure of 8, the Leminscate, appears as a halo above the Magician’s head, indicating the infinite consciousness that the energy of 1 resonates.

1, as the root of 10, is the 1st vibration that moves out from the void: it’s energy is inspirational, independent and forward-looking. New horizons beckon, and today is a good time to embrace newness rather than resist it. With 1, new beginnings are always prompted, and so you may find that things change in your personal environment, new perspectives, new friends, new places to visit.

10 mandala 2016

Number 5 to 10 Numerology Mandala: hand-painted by Rosalind Pape.

As today’s date vibe is a 10/1, here’s my 5 expanding into 10 Numerology mandala, showing the pentagonal relationship between 5 and 10. Although numerologically speaking, 10 breaks down to a 1, which is the circle, when we look at 10 as the double 5, we can see the inter-relationship of these frequencies and how the Phi ratio relates to 1, or Oneness, too, and it is through the Phi ratio that we can perceive the UNITY inherent in ALL creation, we are ONE, and we are PHIve, the many individualised, uniquely-identified facets of Oneness. 

This mandala shows the connection and reflection between the human form, and the form of consciousness itself, the creator and the created. This is when the sleeper awakens. It is the Phi ratio that creates the Golden Mean spiral, the form that graphically plots evolutionary cycles. Here the 10 has completed the cycle of the single digits and arrives back at 1, the centre, but from the next evolutionary level, the next arc of the spiral. The geometry of the numbers is where I find the most amazing synchronistic relationships, and I hope this comes through in my paintings!

10 shines the spotlight on you, and you may feel this as heat or pressure or stress, too, as well as recognition, adoration and ambition. 10’s energy is all about attainment and ambition. This will make you determined to overcome any obstacles on your path today, but you may also succumb to disappointments, generated by somewhat unrealistic expectations. You may need to balance yourself and not let your imagination get too carried away.

10-Wheel-of-FortuneThe 10th card in the Tarot is the WHEEL of FORTUNE, and its main message is that over time, all things come to pass. It also tells us that time is cyclic rather than linear, and what goes around, comes around. This card illustrates the karmic cycle of cause and effect. The Wheel of Fortune also suggests that some good karma is coming your way today. Past good deeds will be rewarded, and you will finally be able to look upon those events in the past with humour and understanding.

The Wheel here is the one and the zero united in the image of the Monad, but of course, wheels engineer MOTION, and the Monad is an image of timelessness and stillness. The Wheel of Fortune is the wheel of Karma, the wheel of Samsara, and it never stops turning, cause and effect, action and reaction. In the image we see the letters T, A, R, O, or Rota, or Tarot, indicating the Tarot as a tool to decode the cycles of life, so that we may go with the flow, rather than desperately trying to hang on as we spin through space.

The “Four Beasts of the Apocalypse” are pictured in the four corners of the card, marking out the four great worldly epochs or time cycles, the wheel of fortune/karma/consequence turns through all ages. We are now in the Fifth age, of transformation, from ego-self to God/dess-self.

The Serpent is reminiscent in this imagery of “snakes and ladders”; we can rise up with great fortune and apparent “luck”, or life can turn us a raw deal (or what we think is a raw deal according to our viewpoint), and we fall down from the wheel. It all depends on our viewpoint. We can be at the mercy of life’s twists and turns by choosing ignorance and laziness, or we can rise up to the challenge of the perfected ten and realise from that exalted view point that we are beyond doubt the directors of our fate and destiny.

Limitless cycles of potential can be witnessed, and maintained, as long as one stays centred, at the HUB of the wheel, where motion ceases, or appears to. The physical forces exerted when one clings to the edge of the wheel, are much more impactful and dramatic, we are at the mercy of life’s ups and downs, hanging on for dear life. 10 says: shift your perspective, centre yourself, sharpen your focus and know who you are. You have a new life to create, and your reality is limited only by your imagination.


The 46th card in the Tarot is the 6 of Cups. The traditional image shows 6 cups filled with white, 5-pointed flowers and two children, one older than the other, with the older child offering one of the flower-filled cups to the younger. Secure-looking buildings surround them in the background. The younger child represents the past, our childhood, and the older child, the future, our potential. These symbols refer to feelings of nostalgia, so today you may be reminded of happy memories of the past that relate to your current progress and evolution.

A new perspective is found today, through the energy of the 10, and these “new” insights  can come from a profound understanding that you glean from nostalgic memories. This shift of consciousness is then cemented through the 4 (the buildings in the image), manifesting new foundations that give you the confidence to really shine your light, to give freely of your gifts, (the energy of the 6 compels us to share and communicate), knowing that your uniqueness is indeed a gift that must be shared with the world. Go forth and SHINE today, everyone!

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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