Reaping the Harvest

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This meditation came to me as an image of Demeter, reaping the harvest. Also, it reminded me of a Sheela na gig. Sheela na gigs are figurative carvings of naked women displaying an exaggerated vulva. They are architectural grotesques found on churches, castles, and other buildings, particularly in Ireland and Great Britain, sometimes together with male figures. Such carvings are said to ward off death and evil. 

It seems fitting an image of reaping would emerge during a month of great cosmic activity and manifestation! 

Numerologists and astrologists are kinda going nuts because the next 2 weeks are packed with powerful manifesting magic. You’re about to find out what happens when a New Moon Solar Eclipse (9/1), Mercury retrograde, a Full Moon Lunar Eclipse (9/16), and a rare 9999 portal all come together!

What does that mean?

Remember, 9 is the number of celebration and culmination. September 9 is the 9th Day of the month.

September is a 9 Universal Month (9+2+0+1+6=18; 1+8=9).

2016 is an 9 Universal Year (2+0+1+6=9)

September 9th, 2016 is a 9 Universal Date (9+9+2+0+1+6=27; 2+7=9)

Thursday’s (9/1) New Moon Solar Eclipse marked the gateway to an astrologically supercharged window (that closes 9/16, the total lunar eclipse) divinely designed for manifesting your deepest soul desires.

It also brings a not-so-subtle reminder to let go of your outdated beliefs, emotions, and karmic patterns, including those from past lives, that have been limiting you from the prosperity, love and abundance you deserve.

So what will you release in order to reap? What will you sew for the next 9 years?

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2 thoughts on “Reaping the Harvest

    Jennifer said:
    September 6, 2016 at 5:48 am

    Briana, I’ve always thought this, and reading your most recent article, it is all the more true-you are a powerful lady!

    I really enjoyed reading this post-it was filled with the kind of mystical truth that I enjoy learning more about, and it gives me pause to reflect and contemplate. I appreciate your creative spirit!

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