THE MOON 'ECLIPSES' JUPITER
ON HADRIAN ACCESSION ANNIVERSARY
ANTINOUS Moon Magic is enhanced on August 11th when the Moon "eclipses" Jupiter for the third time this year.
Technically, this is a JUPITER OCCULTATION. If you live at just the right place on Earth, you'll be able to watch the waning crescent moon occult — cover over — the planet Jupiter for up to an hour Saturday, August 11th. Northern Africa, Europe and the Middle East are among the places that will see this lunar occultation of Jupiter at 9:32 p.m. London Olympics time.
If you live in the Americas, the occultation occurs Saturday afternoon (about 4:30 p.m. New York time), so you will not see the face of the Moon block out the pinpoint light of Jupiter.
While the Moon passes by Jupiter every month, only very rarely does it pass directly in front of Jupiter. This year is special because the Moon will occult Jupiter ten times between June 2012 and February 18th 2013.
August 11th is the anniversary of the ACCESSION OF HADRIAN as Emperor of Rome.
In ANTINOUS MOON MAGIC Jupiter symbolizes Emperor Hadrian and the Moon stands for Antinous. In Classical Mythology, Jupiter/Zeus inseminated many mortals, siring many demigods, among them Pollux, Hercules and Dionysus (all three possessing ambiguous sexual orientation).
In conventional astrology, Moon-Occult-Jupiter is an optimal time for becoming pregnant. But in ANTINOUS MOON MAGIC it is the night for magically inseminating your spiritual self so as to bring forth or "give birth to" divine and enduring works.
Tonight is the perfect night for meditation, sacred baths and rituals which bring down the celestial energies of ANTINOUS THE MOON GOD and the DIVINE HADRIAN and empowering your own life.
At the very least, take a moment to remember the day on which Hadrian's long and heartfelt dreams and ambitions became reality and the path was paved for him to begin work on creating a civilization based on Hellenistic tolerance — and above-all his dream of founding the perfect religion based on love and beauty.