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Friday, 11 August 2017

Perseids Meteor Shower of Gold

Boosts Love and Luck !


Danae and the Shower of Gold by Le Triomphedu Cygne 1908
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When you wish upon a star, makes no difference who you are, anything your heart desires will come to you (Disney Movie Song).


Google Sky Johannesburg: 11 August 2017

The Perseids Meteor Showers usually starts mid-July and peaks between 9 to 14 August. 
Look straight up into the sky between midnight and dawn.

The 'Blessings and Light', appear to come from the comet Swift-Tuttle 109 that orbits the sun with a period of 130 years. Comet 1863 is also associated with it. They shower at an hourly rate of 173.

Mythology: Jupiter visited Danae in the form of a 'Shower of Gold' and from this union Perseus was born. Perseus killed Medussa and Saved Andromeda from Cetus, the sea monster. They gave birth to Perseid.


Urania's Mirror, constellation cards published in London 1825
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Perseus' feet have wings, making him swift, and blessed with great communication skills. According to Ptolemy, Perseus has the qualities of Jupiter and Saturn, which makes him bold, strong, intelligent and determined.

Auduces Fortuna Juvat: Fortune Favors the Bold !

Positive gifts of Perseids:  flash of inspiration, flash of insight, flash of money luck, unusual and unexpected happenings, Jupiter the bringer of luck may bestow a few gifts on you, new bright ideas, sudden solution to a problem, vivid dreams and unusual psychic visions and experiences, unexpected gifts and blessings. It boosts intelligence, strength, boldness, adventure-lust, love, lust and seduction.

Negative effects of Perseids: Because it is above the Pleiades (dagger mansion), you may need to have injections, or have stitches / removed, or dealings with sharp objects. It can also bring a destruction of social anchors, but only to be replaced with new and better things. 



Lucky Colours: Gold and Turqoise.

Lucky Gemstone: Gold and Turqoise.

Lucky Numbers: 3, 7, 19, 37.



And Finally a note from Perry Como: Catch a falling star an’ put it in your pocket, Never let it fade away!  Catch a falling star an’ put it in your pocket,  Save it for a rainy day! For love may come an' tap you on the shoulder,  Some star-less night! Just in case you feel you wanna’ hold her,  You’ll have a pocketful of starlight!