The Moon in Your Life

It stirs up long - repressed feelings , our relationships with Mom and other crucial women , the home life , the family history and other critical concerns . A strong transit to the natal Moon can shake up several lunar areas at once .


Author: Donna Cunningham

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 0877288372

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 359

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ISBN: OCLC:1081070591



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The Moon Fix

The moon lights and inspires every area of my life and helps me find a sense of direction and inner peace . She guides, protects and reconnects us with ourselves and our surroundings .


Author: Theresa Cheung

Publisher: White Lion Publishing

ISBN: 9781781319499

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 176

View: 469

Awaken, heal and transform your life with The Moon Fix, a bewitchingly illustrated modern guide to harnessing lunar power and celebrating the Sacred Feminine that lives within us all. Through better understanding and attuning ourselves to the lunar cycles we can improve our intuition, let go of past pains and find a deeper spiritual connection. From succeeding in business to finding love, discover how lunar power can help you to achieve ambitious goals and address your most secret concerns. Bring ancient wisdom to modern living with this enlightening book, which includes: An introduction to the moon in astrology, from its relation to the signs to its different phases and their significance When and how to harness lunar power to manifest and celebrate your deepest desires, including how to create a moon altar and work with crystals, incense, herbs and oils Lunar advice and spells, rituals, meditations and recipes, organized by themes that include Joy and Success, Health and Wellness, and Protection and Comfort Hauntingly beautiful illustrations from mystic artist and influencer Indigo (@indg0) Align yourself with the universe and connect with the changing cycles to live a limitless life.

LIFE The Moon Landing 50 Years Later

And so it was that Apollo 11 achieved lunar orbit—leaving the gravitational pull of the earth while feeling the ... “The moon I have known all my life, that two-dimensional, small yellow disk in the sky, has gone away somewhere, ...


Author: The Editors of LIFE

Publisher: Time Home Entertainment

ISBN: 9781547847280

Category: Science

Page: 112

View: 445

LIFE Magazine presents The Moon Landing: 50 Years Later.

Far Beyond the Moon

Far Beyond the Moon tells the dramatic story of engineering efforts by astronauts and scientists to create artificial habitats for humans in orbiting space stations, as well as on journeys to Mars and beyond.


Author: Kärin Nickelsen

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press

ISBN: 9780822988007

Category: Science

Page: 216

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From the beginning of the space age, scientists and engineers have worked on systems to help humans survive for the astounding 28,500 days (78 years) needed to reach another planet. They’ve imagined and tried to create a little piece of Earth in a bubble travelling through space, inside of which people could live for decades, centuries, or even millennia. Far Beyond the Moon tells the dramatic story of engineering efforts by astronauts and scientists to create artificial habitats for humans in orbiting space stations, as well as on journeys to Mars and beyond. Along the way, David P. D. Munns and Kärin Nickelsen explore the often unglamorous but very real problem posed by long-term life support: How can we recycle biological wastes to create air, water, and even food in meticulously controlled artificial environments? Together, they draw attention to the unsung participants of the space program—the sanitary engineers, nutritionists, plant physiologists, bacteriologists, and algologists who created and tested artificial environments for space based on chemical technologies of life support—as well as the bioregenerative algae systems developed to reuse waste, water, and nutrients, so that we might cope with a space journey of not just a few days, but months, or more likely, years.

Exploration of the Moon

Copernicus Crater, 5-6 Cosmic bombardment: man in space and, 74, 99-100; vs. possible life on moon, 41-42; of primeval atmosphere, 45-46 Cosmogony, defined, 8 Crater cones, 6 Craters: lunar rays and, 6; number of, 126; origin of names ...


Author: Franklyn Mansfield Branley


ISBN: PSU:000016787322

Category: Astronautics

Page: 146

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Omar Khayyam s Secret Hermeneutics of the Robaiyat in Quantum Sociological Imagination Book 3 Khayyami Astronomy

From a hermeneutic point of view, it is possible to consider that when reflecting on his life amid the culture of his time more or less ... In contrast to the Sun, the Moon is the next most important planet in a native's chart.


Author: Mohammad H. Tamdgidi

Publisher: Ahead Publishing House (imprint: Okcir Press)

ISBN: 9781640980167

Category: Philosophy

Page: 400

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Omar Khayyam’s Secret: Hermeneutics of the Robaiyat in Quantum Sociological Imagination is a twelve-book series of which this book is the third volume, subtitled Khayyami Astronomy: How Omar Khayyam’s Newly Discovered True Birth Date Horoscope Reveals the Origins of His Pen Name and Independently Confirms His Authorship of the Robaiyat. Each book is independently readable, although it will be best understood as a part of the whole series. In the overall series, the transdisciplinary sociologist Mohammad H. Tamdgidi shares the results of his decades-long research on Omar Khayyam, the enigmatic 11th/12th centuries Persian Muslim sage, philosopher, astronomer, mathematician, physician, writer, and poet from Neyshabour, Iran, whose life and works still remain behind a veil of deep mystery. Tamdgidi’s purpose has been to find definitive answers to the many puzzles still surrounding Khayyam, especially regarding the existence, nature, and purpose of the Robaiyat in his life and works. To explore the questions posed, he advances a new hermeneutic method of textual analysis, informed by what he calls the quantum sociological imagination, to gather and study all the attributed philosophical, religious, scientific, and literary writings of Khayyam. Omar Khayyam’s true birth date horoscope, as newly discovered in this series, is comprised of a dazzling number of Air Triplicities sharing a vertex on a Sun-Mercury Cazimi point on the same Ascendant degree 18 of Gemini. Among other features, his Venus, Sextile with Moon, also plays a lifelong, secretively creative role to intentionally balance his chart. These features would not have escaped the attention of Omar Khayyam, a master astronomer and expert in matters astrological, no matter how much he embraced, doubted, or rejected astrological interpretations. In this third book of the series, conducting an in-depth hermeneutic analysis of Khayyam’s horoscope, Tamdgidi reports having discovered the origins of Khayyam’s pen name in his horoscope. The long-held myth that “Khayyam” was a parental name, even if true, in no way takes away from the new finding; it only adds to its intrigue. Tamdgidi’s hermeneutic analysis of Khayyam’s horoscope in intersection with extant Khayyami Robaiyat also leads him to discover an entirely neglected signature quatrain that he proves could not be from anyone but Khayyam, one that provides a reliably independent confirmation of his authorship of the Robaiyat. He also shows how another neglected quatrain reporting its poet to have aged to a hundred is from Khayyam. This means all the extant Khayyami quatrains are now in need of hermeneutic reevaluation. Tamdgidi’s further study of a sample of fifty Khayyami Robaiyat leads him to conclude that their poet definitively intended the poems to remain in veil, that they were considered to be a collection of interrelated quatrains and not sporadic separate quatrains written marginally in pastime, that they were meant to offer a life’s intellectual journey as in a “book of life,” that the poems’ critically nuanced engagement with astrology was not incidental but essential throughout the collection, and that, judging from the signature quatrain discovered, 1000 quatrains were intended to comprise the collection. Oddly it appears that, after all, “The Khayyam who stitched his tents of wisdom” was a trope that had its origins in Omar Khayyam’s horoscope heavens. CONTENTS About OKCIR—i Published to Date in the Series—ii About this Book—iv About the Author—viii Notes on Transliteration—xvii Acknowledgments—xix Preface to Book 3: Recap from Prior Books of the Series—1 Introduction to Book 3: The Hermeneutic Significance of Omar Khayyam’s Newly Discovered True Birth Date Horoscope—21 CHAPTER I—Was Omar Khayyam’s Birth Horoscope Intended Just to Offer a Birth Date or Was It an Astrological Bread Crumb?—31 CHAPTER II—Considering Both the Stated and the Silent Features of Omar Khayyam’s True Birth Date Horoscope—53 CHAPTER III—Features of Omar Khayyam’s Horoscope as a Whole Based on Astrological House and Other Definitions Traditionally Held in His Own Time—89 CHAPTER IV— Hermeneutically Interpreting Omar Khayyam’s Horoscope as a Whole: Discovering the Origins of His Pen Name—131 CHAPTER V—Discovering the Signature Robai of Omar Khayyam, Leading to An Independent and Final Confirmation of His Authorship of the Robaiyat—177 CHAPTER VI—The Case of A Second Signature Robai of Omar Khayyam, Reporting Its Author to Have Turned A Centenarian—215 CHAPTER VII—Tentatively Intersecting the Findings with a Few More Khayyami Quatrains—251 CHAPTER VIII— Khayyami Astronomy and the ‘Khayyami Code’: Hermeneutically Understanding Omar Khayyam’s Attitude Toward Astrology and His Own Horoscope—297 Conclusion to Book 3: Summary of Findings—317 Appendix: Transliteration System and Book 3 Glossary—337 Book 3 Cumulative Glossary of Transliterations—350 Book 3 References—357 Book 3 Index—361

The Moon in the Well

A master storyteller transforms sixty-five myths and legends from various cultures around the world into an opportunity for spiritual nourishment.


Author: Erica Helm Meade

Publisher: Open Court Publishing

ISBN: 0812694406

Category: Fiction

Page: 267

View: 453

A master storyteller transforms sixty-five myths and legends from various cultures around the world into an opportunity for spiritual nourishment.

Mysteries of the Dark Moon

In our daily lives the alternating rhythms of the sun Dark Moon and moon regulate our day and night cycles. ... and the outer objective world, the moon rules the night of the unconscious and our inner intuitive instinctual life.


Author: Demetra George

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780061957697

Category: Self-Help

Page: 304

View: 241

Exploring the mystery, wisdom, and power of the dark phase of the moon's cycle--a lunar-based model for moving through the dark times in our lives with understanding, consciousness, and faith in renewal. The moon's dark phase has traditionally been a time of fear and superstition, a time associated with death and isolation. The mythical embodiment of these fears is the Dark Goddess. Known around the world by many names--Lilith, Kali, Hecate, and Morgana--the archetypal Dark Goddess represents death, sexuality, and the unconscious--the little understood, often feared aspects of life. Demetra George combines psychological, mythical, and spiritual perspective on the shadowy, feminine symbolism of the dark moon to reclaim the darkness from oppressive, fear-based images. George offers rites for rebirth and transformation that teach us to tap into the power of our dark times, maximizing the potential for renewal inherent in our inevitable periods of loss, depression, and anger.

Dear Boy The Life of Keith Moon

were people They the were I first words put to me by one of the vast number of talked to while researching the life of Keith Moon. spoken by Mark Volman who, as a member of the Mothers of Invention and half of Flo and Eddie, ...


Author: Tony Fletcher

Publisher: Omnibus Press

ISBN: 9780857122223

Category: Music

Page: 632

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Keith Moon was more than just rock's greatest drummer, he was also its greatest character and wildest party animal. Fuelled by vast quantities of drink, drugs, insecurities and confusion, Moon destroyed everything with gleeful abandon: drum kits, houses, cars, hotels, relationships and, finally, himself. In Dear Boy, Tony Fletcher has captured lightning in a bottle – the essence of a totally incorrigible yet uniquely generous boy who never grew up, and who changed the lives of all who knew him. From a life distorted by myths of debauchery and comic anarchy, Fletcher has created a searingly personal portrait of the rock legend. From over 100 first-hand interviews, he traces with deadly accuracy Moon's remarkable journey from his working-class Northwest London childhood, through the Who's glory years to the California high-life and a terrible, premature death. Here too are fascinating insights into the history of the Who and the emergent British pop culture revolution of post-war years. Keith Moon was one of the shock troops of that revolution: the world's greatest rock drummer, a phenomenal character and an extravagant hell-raiser who – in a final, uncharacteristic act of grace – actually did die before he got old.