SUN WITH THE PLEIADES : CONJUNCTION & STAR CODES
The Pleiades, or “Seven Sisters” is a star cluster of hundreds of stars that has captured humankind attention since ancient days. Because of where it sits on the ecliptic, it is visible for much of the year. The brightest 7-9 brightest members of this star family trace out what looks like a "little dipper" - seen best through binoculars or telescope.
When the sun moves into the constellation Taurus every spring, the Pleiades become invisible to us on earth, as the stars are lost from sight into the glare of the sun - in conjunction. The stars rise and set with the sun like this for about a month (30-40 days). The last evening where you can see the Pleiades setting in the twilight darkening sky is called the heliacal setting. Similarly, the morning that the Pleiades are visible rising in the morning sky is the heliacal rising. (Helios = Sun, heliacal = with the sun).
These stars are now conjuncting, or lining up with, the sun in the sky. That means, that the sun gets a “boost” of light from these stars, and that the light coming to earth from the sun also contains light and codes from this star cluster. Energetically during this time the Pleiades star are merged and delivered on and with the Rays of the Sun.
Those of us that work with, anchor and conduct light and light codes onto planet earth, know that this time of sun aligned with celestial body is an extra special potent time to work with the information and light codes from the stars.
The Pleiades with Sun Gateway runs from early/mid May until early/mid June.
It varies slightly depending where on earth you observe from, and your local surrounding matter too - light levels and landscape factor in. Here at my longitude and latitude the period of Sun and Pleiades alignment in the sky began this week, around May 13 and runs through early June, when the Pleiades rises before dawn and becomes visible again.
We are here in the Pleiades Gateway Now
Drink it in, rise up to meet it, pay attention to the messages. It is a potent time!
The Sun moved into the Taurus Constellation on Monday May 15 - and will flow along the section of the sky demarked as Taurus the Bull. Within Taurus, is a Gateway, very recognizable in the sky. The Golden Gate between the Pleiades & Hyades Star Clusters.
May 18 - Moon Conjuncts Uranus - Sun enters Pleiades Gateway
May 19 - New Moon & Sun with the Pleiades - Sun & Moon within the Golden Gate
May 20 - Sun inches closer to Pleiades, dark Moon visits horns of the Bull of Taurus
May 21 ~ Sun with the Seven Sisters ~ Sun Conjunct Pleiades
May 22 - Sun Conjuncts Pleiades ~ Crescent Moon near Venus
May 23 - Sun with Star Mother, Earth Father: Pleione & Atlas
May 24 - Sun in The Golden Gate of the Ecliptic: Between The Pleiades & Hyades
May 25 - Sun with Hyades & Aldebaran
5/17/2023 12:06:37 pm
Aloha 🌺💕 Thank you for watching the stars for us.
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