Aquarius

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Aquarius

Aquarius is a constellation of the zodiac, situated between Capricornus and Pisces. Its name is Latin for "water-carrier" or "cup-carrier", and its symbol is (Unicode ♒), a representation of water. Aquarius is one of the oldest of the recognized constellations along the zodiac (the sun's apparent path). It was one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century AD astronomer Ptolemy, and it remains one of the 88 modern constellations. It is found in a region often called the Sea due to its profusion of constellations with watery associations such as Cetus the whale, Pisces the fish, and Eridanus the river.

Legend and Mythology

Aquarius is identified as GU.LA "The Great One" in the Babylonian star catalogues and represents the god Ea himself, who is commonly depicted holding an overflowing vase. The Babylonian star-figure appears on entitlement stones and cylinder seals from the second millennium. It contained the winter solstice in the Early Bronze Age. In Old Babylonian astronomy, Ea was the ruler of the southernmost quarter of the Sun's path, the "Way of Ea", corresponding to the period of 45 days on either side of winter solstice. Aquarius was also associated with the destructive floods that the Babylonians regularly experienced, and thus was negatively connoted.In Ancient Egypt, Aquarius was associated with the annual flood of the Nile; the banks were said to flood when Aquarius put his jar into the river, beginning spring.

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In the Greek tradition, the constellation became represented as simply a single vase from which a stream poured down to Piscis Austrinus. The name in the Hindu zodiac is likewise kumbha "water-pitcher", showing that the zodiac reached India via Greek intermediaries.

In Greek mythology, Aquarius is sometimes associated with Troy. The myth has is that a young boy named Ganymede was out tending to his fathers sheep when Zeus took interest in this young beautiful boy. Zeus then turned himself into an eagle and carried Ganymede to mount. Ide where Ganymede would have to serve drinks to Zeus. but one day Ganymede didn't want to serve drinks anymore so he poured out Zeus wine and water witch cause a great flood. It was then said instead of Zeus getting mad he gave Ganymede immortality and gave him the constellation Aquarius.[1]

Galactic Zodiac

  • Stage 12 – AQUARIUS – February 16 to March 11
  • Alchemical Theme: Multiplication, Virtues
  • Element: Air

Multiplication is the alchemical process which greatly increases the concentrated refinement, energetic effectiveness and sphere of influence of the embodied biological spiritual light source. The blood is purified of karmic record and spiritualized in chemistry creating spiritual virtues. It occurs near the end of the magnum opus of our spiritual ascension alchemy. This is the symbolic state of which Christ is able to take any base substance and multiply it into many fish and bread loaves to bless the hungry. Through the access of pure embodied spiritual essence, the abundance of the spiritual light flows in and blesses the environment from the beacon of a Krystal body. It multiplies abundance and blessing for those who come in contact with it, as well as the being who embodies its source. This is about serving the group consciousness highest expression of spiritual ascension for all human beings. In traditional alchemy this is the turning of base metal into gold and silver. This is similar as to what happens to the lightbody. [2]

HGS Session References

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See Also

Four Royal Stars

References

  1. Aquarius Constellation
  2. Magnum Opus
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Found in HGS Manual on Page 108