Queen Venus is the resurrector for King Jupiter who exits his tomb for the annual resurrection

Venus is the resurrector for Jupiter who exits his tomb for the annual resurrection which we now celebrate as Easter. Today in the West, Christianity recognizes this through the allegorical biblical drama of the Savior Jesus who was resurrected on the third day after his death.

The Queen of Heaven of the eve-ning sky, Venus has abdicated her throne in heaven to the christened King Jupiter who has taken her place. This is the annual Spring event of the dance of the resurrector and the resurrectee.

Shortly after March 21, the planet Venus who once dominated the western evening sky just after sunset will be lost to solar glare. This is when the planet of love and fertility, Venus is hiding her eggs as she passes between the Earth and the sun to transition into the morning sky where the kids of the earth can now search for the hidden eggs.

To see the illuminating glory of the morning star, you will have to arise about an hour before sunrise and look to the eastern horizon.

Now, shortly after the sun goes down on April 7 until sometime in September, you will see the Blazing Star, the King Jupiter take her place in the evening sky.

An annual celebration of the ascension and alignment with earth of the planet that gives us consciousness, thought and our souls. The spiritual illumination on the as above that creates human eggs and makes us light bearers on the so below.

The Alpha and the Omega. The First and Last. The Father that makes the Son and the Holy Spirit - Jupiter.

Aum-on and Hallelujah to The Shining Light of Jupiter.

The Seven Souls and Seven Planets in Man

“According to the Egyptians, the human being is born with seven souls which are in a way the potential powers of the seven planets in man. The souls are manifested though the seven senses, the seven vital organs, and the seven bodily systems.

Each of the seven souls has its planetary name. Saturn is the contemplative or rational soul; Jupiter is the reasonable soul; Mars is the impulsive soul; the sun is the vitative soul; Venus is the amative soul; Mercury is the intellectual soul; and the moon is the vegetative or generative soul.” ~ Manly P. Hall

Quote on seven planets

Zodiac Man

The heavens on the AS ABOVE is the macrocosm, and we humans on the SO BELOW, the microcosm. Humans are made of the heavens who are found among the stars and planets. The microcosm is oneself, and the macrocosm is the universe.

This famous middle age illustration below is of the "zodiac man." It is a 1500 printing of Joannes de Ketham's Fasciculus Medicinae and is thought to be the first medical textbook in the era of print.

The text surrounding zodiac man is to help direct physicians about the proper dating and timing for certain medical treatments. For example, treating maladies of the head would be very dangerous when the sun is in Aries because of the sign's anatomical association.

GW - Zodiac Man


The Human Body and it’s Zodiacal and Planetary Correspondences

This is a vintage illustration of the human body and it’s zodiacal and planetary correspondences

Medical Astrology (traditionally known as Iatromathematics) is an ancient medical system that associates various parts of the body, diseases, and drugs as under the influence of the Sun, Moon, and Planets, along with the twelve Astrological Signs. Each of the Astrological Signs (along with the Sun, Moon, and Planets) is associated with different parts of the human body.

Medical astrology posits the association of each Sign of the Zodiac with parts of the body. The Signs of the Zodiac were believed to preside over the parts of the body, covering the body from head (Aries) to toe (Pisces).

Vintage illustration of the Human Body and it’s Zodiacal and Planetary Correspondences.

Happy Lupercalia: Feast of the Wolf

"Benjamin shall ravin as a wolf; in the morning he shall devour the prey, and at night he shall divide the spoil." - Genesis 49:27


Happy Feast of the Wolf, or should I say to Americans today, Happy Valentine's Day?

Many of us celebrate the countless holidays that fill our year, but we really don't truly understand both the significance and history behind some of these days we celebrate. One of these holy-days of the year is Valentine's Day. In this article, I hope to illuminate your loved filled Valentines of chocolate hearts, stuffed fuzzy dogs (?), and the sharing of love with some large sprinkles of historical truth from the AS ABOVE and SO BELOW.

The current new American Holiday, Valentine's Day had only first started in about the mid-19th century. However, before the advent of the relatively new American Valentines, this ancient celebration had first originated thousands of years ago from the ancient fertility rites that were held during pagan times from February 13 through 15. This was when the "Feast of the Wolf," known as the "Lupercalia Festival" had first originated on the Greek island of Crete, and was later imported into Rome. A time of year, that was also known as the Ides of February. Later during the establishment of the Catholic Church in Rome, this pagan celebration would be changed into a Christian Holiday called the "The Festival of the Purification of the Virgin," and also "The Procession on the Day of St. Mary or Saint Mary's Day" (die sanctae Mariae - Saint Bede).

The old festival of the Lupercalia was all about spiritual cleansing when each year they had performed the rites of the Lupercalia, Dog sacrificewhich was mainly based on fertility magic. It was a very ancient celebration for the Cretans and Romans, where a goat and a dog were sacrificed, and salt mealcakes prepared by the Vestal Virgins were burnt. It was also celebrated with games, and the winner was rewarded with a suit of brazen armour. With these rites, it was said that evil spirits were to be averted and also to purify the city.



In the ancient Athenian calendar, the period between mid-January and mid-February was the month of Gamelion, dedicated to the sacred marriage of the Greek God Zeus and Hera. (Wikipedia)  In mythology, Zeus represents the planet Jupiter who is also the real king of planets in the AS ABOVE. This festival was honored at this time of year to celebrate Jupiter, which is the only planet visible throughout the night in February 2014. This is when it is on the "cusp" of the incoming Sign of Pisces, whose ruler happens to also be the King, Jupiter. NASA describes this event as "The bright 'star' overhead after the Sun sets in the winter of 2014, it is our closest gas giant, Jupiter and the red supergiant Betelgeuse, 650X bigger than the Sun, which is one of the shoulder of the 'Great Hunter' (Orion Constellation)."

Jupiter near star

Here is a great video below by Space.com that explains how after the sun sets on these winter days, a bright star shines in the night sky. However, this star is not  really a star, but the King of all Planets, Jupiter. The ruddy planet of war, the planet Mars also shows its light this time of year. In addition, Sirius and the constellation of Orion appears to own the winter sky. In this video you can see how Canis Major is dominated by the the Dog Star, Sirius, and is on the foot steps of Orion with its heart called the "red supergiant Betelgeuse."

This is why during the festival of the Lupercalia, the priests would sacrifice a dog to signify the Dog Star. This time of year also brings about Saturn (Set of Satan) in the early morning hours and one of the morning stars, the planet Venus which blazes a path out of the Eastern sky. Through a telescope you can clearly see its crescent shape that looks similar to the moon which is the symbol of the Ancient Goddesses who represent Venus such as Isis, Ishtar, and Hecate.

Earlier in the month of February is also significant, because on February 10th, both Jupiter and the moon are shining together and becoming a full moon on Valentine's Day. This AS ABOVE, SO BELOW event also coincides with the Festival of the Wolf, or Lupercalia, because we all know that wolves howl at full moons. Here is some current information on this wolf howl event from Space.com;

This evening, observers may notice a very bright, silvery "star" shining with a steady glow to the right or lower right of the moon. That's not a star, however, but in reality, the biggest planet in our solar system: Jupiter. Both moon and planet will keep each other company as they move across the night sky through the course of the night.

The 1st century Greek historian, and biographer, Plutarch mentions during the festival a blood-ritual, "the blood symbolizing the bloodshed and terror of that time" and connects its origin with war. This makes sense, since Valentine's Day is essentially a "red holy-day." 

In "Plutarch's Lives of Romulus, Lycurgus, Solon and Others," he writes;

As for the Lupercalia, by the time, it should seem to be a feast of lustration ; for it was celebrated on one of the inauspicious days of the month of February, which name denotes it to be the month of Purifying; and the day was formerly called Februata. But the true meaning of Lupercalia is the Feast of Wolves; and it seems, for that reason, to be very ancient, as received from the Arcadians, who came over with Evander. This is the general opinion. But the term may be derived from Lupa, a she wolf; for we see the Luperci begin their course from the place where they say Romulus was exposed.

However, if we consider the ceremonies, the reason of the name seems hard to guess:

For first, goats are killed; then two noblemen's sons are introduced and some are to stain their foreheads with a bloody knife, others to wipe off the stain directly, with wool steeped in milk, which they bring for that purpose. When it is wiped off, the young men are to laugh. After this they cut the goat's skins in pieces, and run about all naked, except their middle, and lash with those thongs all they meet . The young women avoid not the stroke, as they think it assists conception and childbirth. Another thing that propels this feast is, for the Luperci to sacrifice a dog.

The festival of the Lupercalia  was held by the Luperci, who were the priests of Pan. The priests would run up and down the city streets naked, having only a girdle of the sacrificial victims skins round their waist, and thongs of the same in their hands as they would whip bystanders and especially married women that was alleged to make them prolific.

Crete aegean mapThese rites had come to Rome by way of the Holy Island of Crete. It was on Crete (Also known as Arcadia, Candia and in Latin, Cappadocia), where the priests of Pan had first originated and worshiped on the mountain called Lycaeus.  However, it was said that they originally had used to sacrifice humans instead of a goat and dog.  The Cretans and Luperci had also called Lycaeus the Sacred Mountain. Lycaeus is also known by the names of Mount Olympus and more commonly today, as Mount Ida. In ancient Greek Mythology, this was the same mountain where the God, Zeus was born, educated and hidden in a cave.

This story was then assimilated into Rome with a similar mythological event, where in Rome there is a cave which was believed to have sheltered the founders of Rome, Remus and Romulus.

These festivals were banned for several years and later the restoration of the Rites of the Lupercalia in Rome from Crete is mentioned among the works of Augustus Caesar. They were not  abolished until the time of the rule of the Byzantine Emperor, Anastasius in 518 AD.

It was on Crete, where the priesthood known by many names such as the Luperci, Telchines, Curetes, Corbanytes , and the Priesthood of Jupiter Ammon etc. were placed in charge of protecting Zeus (Jupiter or Jove) by his mother Rhea from his vengeful father, Cronus (Saturn). I have written several articles on this ancient priesthood and also the island of Crete, in article such as,Crete: The Lost Island of Atlantis;

Herodotus had said that the Curetes had come to Crete with the Phoenician Prince Cadmus. In Latin Crete is called, “Cappadocia or Cappadocian” who were known as a large tribe of the Magi and are also called fire-kindlers. Herodotus tells us that the name of the Cappadocians was applied to them by the Persians, while the Greeks had simply called them, “Syrians” or “White Syrians.” The Latin name of the Cappadocians were known as “the men of Caphtor”, who we can call today, “the men of Crete.”


The pagan festival of the Lupercalia that contained blood and naked men running down the streets whipping people, would later change into a more respectable human Christian Holiday and Feast of the Purification that would officially be celebrated on the day of February 14, 40 days after Epiphany (from the ancient Greek ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia, "manifestation, striking appearance"). The Father of English History and Doctor of the Church, Saint Bede had written on these pagan events and heathen rites that were specifically practiced by the people of Sicily;

The procession of Candlemas consigned the Lupercalia to oblivion, and the Ambarvalia only yielded to the rustic pomps of the Rogations. As the peasants of Enna, in Sicily, could not detach themselves from the joyful festivals they always held after harvest in honour of Ceres, the Feast of the Visitation was retarded on their account, and they offered on the altar of Christ the ripe wheat-ears with which they had garlanded their idols.

Lupercalia and its procession had existed before, the feast of our Lady, but that the Christian religion had happily changed this ancient pagan custom of purification. He further states;

The people, priests and ministers, go in procession, with lighted wax tapers in their hands, singing hymns through the principal streets. The tapers, in his tunc, were consecrated for this purpose on Christmas day, and inscribed with the year of our Lord, which, commenced on that day observed on January 6, commemorating the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles in the persons of the Magi.


It was said that a dog was sacrificed during these rites because they were enemies to the wolf.  This is interesting because of the connection to the biblical Tribe of Benjamin, where "In the Blessing of Jacob, Benjamin is referred to as a ravenous wolf."  The tribe of Benjamin were well known as great warriors who played an important role in Israelite history. The name Benjamin is derived from Banu-yamina.The ancient texts found in this city of Mari that date from 18B.C.were written in the Akkadian-language, and  refer to the Amorites by the name of the warlike tribe, ‘Banuyamina.’

Both names meaning, “the Son of the right hand” as described when Moses delivered Israel from Pharaoh, he became the right hand of God. In Colossians 1:16 – “For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether [they be] thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him;” Christ also ascended to heaven and sat down in the place of authority at the right hand of God as written in Peter 3:22 – Who is gone into heaven, and is on the right hand of God; angels and authorities and powers being made subject unto him.

Genesis 49:27 - Benjamin shall ravin as a wolf - It is plain, Jacob was guided in what he said by a spirit of prophecy, and not by natural affection, else he would have spoken with more tenderness of his beloved son Benjamin, concerning whom he only foretells, that his posterity should be a warlike tribe, strong and daring, and that they should enrich themselves with the spoil of their enemies, that they should be active in the world, and a tribe as much feared by their neighbours as any other; in the morning he shall devour the prey which he seized and divided over night.

The Pope and Moon in Aries the Lamb of God today!

Yesterday, Santos Bonacci wrote; "Moon in Aries the Lamb of God today!!"

Moon in aries and jesus

and he concluded; "Guess who's paying attention?"

Aries and the pope

From the Wire; Yep, That's Pope Francis With a Baby Lamb on His Shoulders

Francis visited a living nativity scene on Monday evening, where this photo was snapped. At some point things got a bit crazy, and Pope Francis ended up with a baaaaaaby lamb around his neck. The imagery itself is also a biblical reference to the gospel of the Parable of the Lost Sheep, about a shepherd who leaves his flock of sheep in order to find a single one that got lost. The shepherd carries the sheep back home on his shoulders. Which, as it turns out, has a pretty good tie-in message to the Pope's Epiphany sermon, which was all about reaching out to estranged Catholics:

‘I would like to tell all those who feel far from God and the church — and I say this respectfully to those who are afraid or indifferent: The Lord calls you and wants you to be part of his people and does so with great respect and love!’’

Last year, Pope Francis had said; Priests should be ‘shepherds living with the smell of the sheep’

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis called on the world’s priests to bring the healing power of God’s grace to everyone in need, to stay close to the marginalized and to be “shepherds living with the smell of the sheep.”

Those priests “who do not go out of themselves” by being mediators between God and men, can “gradually become intermediaries, managers,” he said March 28 during the chrism Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica.

When a priest “doesn’t put his own skin and own heart on the line, he never hears a warm, heartfelt word of thanks” from those he has helped, the pope said in his homily.

“This is precisely the reason why some priests grow dissatisfied, lose heart, and become in a sense collectors of antiquities or novelties — instead of being shepherds living with ‘the smell of the sheep,’” he said.

“This is what I am asking you,” he said with emphasis, looking up from his prepared text, “be shepherds with the smell of sheep,” so that people can sense the priest is not just concerned with his own congregation, but is also a fisher of men.

33rd Degree Freemason and Master Rosicrucian, Manly P. Hall had said this about the "Lamb of God;"

Four of the signs of the zodiac have been permanently dedicated to the equinoxes and the solstices; and, while the signs no longer correspond with the ancient constellations to which they were assigned, and from which they secured their names, they are accepted by modern astronomers as a basis of calculation. The vernal equinox is therefore said to occur in the constellation of Aries (the Ram). It is fitting that of all beasts, a Ram should be placed at the head of the heavenly flock forming the zodiacal band.

Centuries before the Christian Era, the pagans revered this constellation. Godfrey Higgins states: "This constellation was called the 'Lamb of God.' He was also called the 'Savior,' and was said to save mankind from their sins. He was always honored with the appellation of 'Dominus' or 'Lord.' He was called the 'Lamb of God which taketh away the sins of the world.' The devotees addressing him in their litany, constantly repeated the words, 'O Lamb of God, that taketh away the sin of the world, have mercy upon us.

Grant us Thy peace."' Therefore, the Lamb of God is a title given to the sun, who is said to be reborn every year in the Northern Hemisphere in the sign of the Ram, although, due to the existing discrepancy between the signs of the zodiac and the actual star groups, it actually rises in the sign of Pisces.