Eagles and Condors

John Perkins shares an excerpt from his new book Touching the Jaguar (due out in mid-June), and comments about it, in his email newsletter for 31 March 2020, titled The Eagle and Condor Prophecy and the Virus

https://mailchi.mp/johnperkins/the-eagle-and-condor-prophecy-and-the-virus

“I hear over and over that this virus is telling us to reexamine who we are as individuals and as a species.  The message that the hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, and other ‘once in 100 years’ events that now happen every year or so failed to convey is now being heard around the globe – because of the coronavirus.  We once took satisfaction in knowing that if we survived the hurricane, earthquake or other catastrophe, within a week or two help would arrive from the ‘outside’ world: bottled water, food, medical help.  Now we know: There is no ‘outside’ world.”

Certainly very appropriate for a Big Moment in our Climate Change Drama astroevent (Strong Emotions [Moon OOB 31 March-1 April] while our Survival Instincts [dwarf planet Quaoar] and our Need for Eyes in the Back of our Head [dwarf planet Pholus] are also very Strong [both Stationary 1-3 April] – John’s newsletter hit my inbox just as the Moon crossed the Tropic of Cancer, outbound).  From Touching the Jaguar p.99…

” ‘Back in the mists of history, human societies took two routes.  The Eagle peoples flew the path of the mind, of science, technology, and industry.  The Condor peoples flew the path of the heart, of passion, intuition, and spiritual connections with nature.’  It goes on to explain that for centuries they would never meet.

“Then in the Fourth [half-millennium], which began in about 1500 AD on our calendar, their paths would cross; the Eagle would nearly drive the Condor into extinction.  But not quite.  The prophecy says that five hundred years later… – now – the opportunity arises for the Eagle and the Condor to fly together, to mate, and to produce a new offspring, higher consciousness.

“History confirms the first prophecy.  Columbus, 1492.  The Eagle swept into Condor territory and almost wiped out the Indigenous peoples.  But not quite.  Now, five hundred years later the prophecy is being fulfilled again.  The Eagle and Condor are coming together to create higher consciousness.  It is happening!  Indigenous teachers have invited us to learn their ways.  There is a deep interest in traditional nature-based wisdom and shamanism among industrialized people around the world.”

That’s particularly fascinating to me because by a series of coincidences I ended up helping to fund the Audubon Society’s rescue of the California Condor from extinction in the mid-1980s, just prior to the Harmonic Convergence, and to the Initiation of this blog’s predecessors.  I didn’t have that much money to contribute, but I guess because I was obviously contributing more than I could afford, it was inspiring enough to them that I ended up with special thanks in their annual Audubon Wildlife Report.

The Harmonic Convergence of course was, astrologically, a Convergence of major planets in Capricorn and on the cusp of Aquarius – just as in 2020.

And of course we can’t forget that the Eagle was prominent at the turn of the 21st Century, as an overarching theme for the Century (Sabian Symbol for the coincident Pluto-Chiron Initiation) is “A flag turning into an Eagle turning into a Chanticleer Saluting the Dawn.”

A friend and colleague of astrologer Demetra George has stumbled across an 5km, four-year asteroid named Wuhan, that “just happened to be” in Capricorn this year…

https://demetra-george.com/blog/asteroid-wuhan/

Asteroid Wuhan also “just happened to be” Dancing around Capricorn in 1987-8.  So far this year, Wuhan has crossed Ixion (5 January), Pholus (16 Jan), Quaoar (19 Jan), Jupiter (14 Mar), Mars (22 Mar), and Pluto (24 Mar).  It will cross Chariklo (12 Apr) and Saturn (25 Apr) in April, then enter Aquarius on 28 May.  It returns to Capricorn from 9 July to 12 November.

One Response to “Eagles and Condors”

  1. Isaac George Says:

    Hi there, Just wanted to say I’ve been enjoying your latest posts. I’d click the Like button, but my WordPress and your WordPress don’t seem to be on the same page, so I can’t. Hence the reason for this message. Love…in Solitude (but never Alone!) Isaac

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