Today, on the 19th of July 2019, we reach THE UNDERWORLD in the Venus Cycle.
19 being the number sacred to the Rose Lineage and the Venus Cycle as it takes 19 months for the cycle to complete from Her birth as the Morning Star, to Her transmutation into the Evening Star and then Her rebirth as the Morning Star, in the infinite cycle of birth, death (descent) and rebirth (ascent).
19 also being the period of years in the Metonic Cycle which tracks the 235 lunations (synodic months) after which the Moon’s phases recur on the same days of the Solar year.
Hence, the 19 standing stones in Boscawen-Un stone circle close to St Buryan in Cornwall, and the 19 Kelle (Sacred Sexual Priestesses) who kept the perpetual fire of the Celtic-Rose Goddess Brigid (Mary of the Gael-Grail) alight in Kildare, Ireland.
So on this powerfully symbolic day of 19:19, we find ourselves at the exact mid-point between the Full Moon Partial Lunar Eclipse and the Rose Goddess Mary Magdalene’s Feast Day.
At the significant end of one part of this 19 month Venus Cycle and at the beginning of the next.
And at this midway point, we also find ourselves in the deepest point of the Underworld having descended through the 7 gates of Inanna-Ishtar, the Queen of Heaven in the Ancient Mesopotamian Myth of Descent and Ascent inspired by the Cycle of Venus.
We arrive in the Underworld naked. Look in the mirror. Who do you see? Who are you when you are raw and vulnerable? You are stronger than you could ever imagine. You are uniquely gifted beyond measure. You are a shining light of divine wisdom, love and compassion.
RELEASE all that is no longer serving you into the fires of Sophia, Black Goddess of Wisdom, for the next THREE days.
Then as you celebrate Mary Magdalene’s Feast Day, celebrate yourself and the precious gifts you bring to this world.
Thank you for being you. Thank you for your Soul’s sacrifice. Thank you for not giving up. Thank you for keeping on shining even through the darkness of your Soul’s descent. Thank you for showing up. Thank you for being the living embodiment of the Divine, in the same way that Mary Magdalene was the living embodiment of Sophia