Numerology/Astrology for 5/29/20
5/29/20 is the number 2. If you add the 5 + 2 + 9 + 2 + 0 + 2 + 0 = 20.
2 + 0 = 2.
As the negativity grows and more people become fed up with a multitude of injustices, know that things are going to continue to escalate. I wish it were not so but when governments do not listen or care about the people, there are few options left open to them to be heard. Do your best to stay calm and take the steps necessary for balance in your life. But know that those that have no food, no job, and those that are being pushed out of homes, will fall into hopelessness. When humanity has nothing left to loose … they will react and lash back at those they believe are harming them. Suffering needs to be heard and appropriately responded to. Lashing out to those hurting only escalates the violence in an already violent world. While I expect it to happen no matter what you personally can do. You do not have to put your energy there. Do your best learn to listen to those in your life that you love. Learn to listen to the hurt, harm, and pain of others. If we do not learn to listen then this world will continue to spiral out of control.
Thursday afternoon and evening the exhaustion starts to set in. By Friday morning you will really be feeling it. But by late afternoon your energy will pick back up.
The Moon drops into Virgo and makes us really pay attention to all the details that desperately need to be done to have the successes later this year. I know you are tired but get up, swig down some Ginseng tea, and put your gloves on and go out there and do those last pieces that are essential for your project. Because then after that you will be able to relax. Fulfilling duties that you promised makes you feel very accomplished.
The Moon sextiles Mercury allowing your judgement to be more solid and your communication style inclusive and practical. Allow that more open mindset to free you out of the global constriction that everyone is feeling.
The Moon trines Uranus in Taurus. Two earth energies that help you look for new ways and methods. What is clear is that the old ways are not working and the people need to be heard. Not listening is not only wrong but at this point it is also very dangerous.
We are at the moment in a Half Moon cycle and this creates more difficulties and disagreements. Keep emotionally distant from drama that is not yours. Be protective of yourself and your family.
The negativity is reaching new heights and is skewing minds and twisting hearts. The feelings of restriction are overwhelming.
Remember that your actions impact more than just yourself or your family.
You cannot allow those
that are the most wounded
to decide your fate.
Those that hate care not
for anything that you feel.
They can only feel the pain
in their own soul that wants
to hurt others the way they
have been hurt.
I feel so much compassion for those suffering right now.
Yes, the news is obvious about some of it but so many are really hurting in this world that you are not hearing about. Violence can escalate at any moment. People can just be in the wrong place at the wrong time and get caught up in someone else’s unresolved issues.
Many years ago, when I lived in Berlin and we were having the “Squatters Riots”. I got caught up in a protest that quickly escalated to violence just because the ballet company was leaving to go on tour and I needed to go to the bank to get money and travelers checks. And (of course) the bank was on the corner where the speakers for the Squatters were stationed.
The Squatters Riots were a period of time in the 1978-1980’s where there was not enough housing for the population. There was an influx of Turkish men that came to Germany after WWII to help rebuild. They then brought their families and the Germans (had been invaded twice) and were struggling themselves so the added pressure of people with a different beliefs, culture and language just reminded them that they were still occupied by the Allied Forces. The Germans kept refusing to let workers from foreign countries get housing because there really was so little available. It happened even to me. I lived in a nunnery with the nuns for 5 months because I could not get an apartment. Even though I was a ballet dancer and Caucasian with a very German name (Susanne Wagner). No one wanted a foreigner or me in their building.
I finally got an apartment but only because an old man had died in that apartment and the ex-wife wanted to get rid of everything.
Anyway, back to the riot on the street.
I was walking from the theater to the bank. Only about 3 blocks. Not far. But I noticed that there were a lot of people that had blocked the street and the police paddy wagons were lined up on all the side streets. Now in Germany the police do not have guns but they have clubs. So they beat you unconscious and throw you into the wagons and take you off to prison. If you are there you are considered guilty. You don’t get to say to the police officer, “Mr. Officer, I am not one of them!”