The Binary Pattern and Solution

The best known binary patterns on our annual calender are the two Equinoxes and the two Solstices. The Sun enters a new astrological year at dawn, the morning of the Spring Equinox. The sunlight hours and moonlight hours are equal to each other, suggesting balance, harmony, and a model for a win-win partnership based on the bent of natural movement in the heavens and on earth. The Autumn Equinox, symbolized by the constellation of Libra, a balance, heralds the closure of the year. The Winter Solstice, the morning Sol enters Capricorn, is the shortest day of the year with the longest night. The Summer Solstice, when Sol enters Moonchild, is the longest day of the year with the shortest night.

Some of the dominant patterns that suggest binary solutions include the zodiacal signs Aries and Libra, both signs of the 50-50 equinox ratio:

Well known people with their Sun in Aries and Moon in Libra include the following
Maya Angelou, Alec Baldwin, Ellen Barkin, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Susan Boyle, Matthew Broderick, Richard Chamberlain, Claire Danes, Julian Lennon, Sarah Ferguson, Rosie O'Donnell, Simone Signoret

Well known people with their Sun in Libra and their Moon in Aries include the following
Don Miguel de Cervantes, John Coltrane, Buster Keaton, Heather Locklear, Martina Navratilova, Luciano Pavarotti, Kelly Preston, Giuseppe Verdi, Gore Vidal

Distinguishing characteristics of Capricorn and Moonchild [Cancer] include the following:

Capricorn is fathering, sets limits, defines rules, controlling, exercises power
Moonchild is mothering, nurturing, protective, kindly, unconditional, pampering

Capricorn is industrious and determined
Moonchild is passive, timid, retreating

Capricorn is concerned with the professional and material, desiring professional security
Moonchild is concerned with personal and domestic matters, family, clan karma or home-oriented themes, desiring family security

Capricorn is grounded, attuned to your external record, computer brain output, and reputation in the public sector
Moonchild is psychic, intuitive, on the right brain wavelength, empathic work

Well known people who have Capricorn Sun in opposition to Moon in Moonchild – by sign

Mary J. Blige, Jean-François Champollion, Maurice Herzog, LL Cool J, Eva LaRue, Mary Tyler Moore, Sir Isaac Newton, Jimmy Page, Michael Schumacher, Phil Spector, Christy Turlington

Well known people with their Sun in Moonchild and Moon in Capricorn - by sign

John Quincy Adams, Lucie Arnaz, Karen Black, June Carter Cash, Merv Griffin, Edgar Degas, Adrian Grenier, Ernest Hemingway, Cheech Marin, Carly Simon. Liv Tyler


   Techno-kink to Natural Green

Green symbolizes the verbs, 'to grow,' 'to heal,' and 'to unite,' as on-going phenomena originally observed in the plant kingdom as natural alchemy. The Green vibration reiterates our belief that the 'birth, death, and rebirth' cycle resides at the heart of material world philosophy and religion. We usually think of nature, the dream, and the transmutation process [seasonal change] as 'green'. Many binary solutions are anchored inside a moving idea and are developed within the pure elementals. The most popular elements are the two magnetic ones, earth and water. Of those two the easiest element is water [liquid].

The three earth signs are associated with law, formulated blueprints, and codes [that have been encrypted in some way]. Earth works with 'the green' just as the fertile soil receives the seed planted in spring. The colour is akasha-black, the silver-gold sparkling earth. Rich soil is associated with the mystic arts as much as the 'magic beans' that were purchased [traded for a cow] in the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. Visit The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black for a glimpse of 'the force' in productive and destructive mode, within the death-phase of the 'birth, death, and rebirth' cycle.

Taurus is the earth sign of Venus that symbolizes the field prepared and ready for sowing. Virgo is the earth sign of Mercury that represents karma and the harvest, when the fruit of labor is seen. Capricorn, Saturn's sign, is the power of Mother Nature's laboratory, under the surface of the earth, churning the recycled leaves, twigs, and assorted 'parts' for a new seasonal year.

The three water signs are associated with the dream, the human aura, and the green frequency. The evergreen [transparent veridian] is the green common to the Moon's sign Cancer [Summer Solstice, the longest day], Pluto's sign Scorpio [colour of changing leaves in Autumn], and Neptune's sign Pisces [Winter to Spring]. New experiments in soil-less gardening, such as hydroponics and sea-gardens encourage countries where the land has been farmed for so many centuries the soil is played out. Hydroponics are used in Sweden, for example, to re-populate forests in a third the time it takes trees planted in soil... and the young trees grow up straight and healthy. Eventually hydroponics will be used to ease hunger in the world and add an endless supply of staples to the world food bank.


   The Fourth Primary Colour Connects the Mineral and Animal Kingdoms

The interest now is 'the green' [noun] as a form of natural energy and a way of life. People want a green lifestyle so they feel in harmony with the earth. Popular architectural designs facilitate the green principle and add to the beauty of the environment: conservation with solar panels, water reclamation, and so on, like the New Orleans project headed by Brad Pitt.

The verbs that describe these various green-efficient upgrades usually refer to the zone, or 'the now,' and ideas that can be enacted in the present tense. It is difficult to watch the happening itself - we tend to see what is thought of as the 'before' and 'after' picture, not the 'ing' part of the process. We glimpse the event itself as it takes place in real time [because the generative energy is a finer frequency] usually through time-lapse photography or a microscopic lens. Clock time suspension is a 'Jack and the Beanstalk' altered-time effect, just as we experience time in our dreams.

When I was young, my parents gave me a mustard seed in the center of a clear crystal sphere. It is food for thought. Tiny seeds are like faith - they are little items with 'potential' to magically transform themselves into magnificent mustard trees. We see the mustard seed and simultaneously visualize the fully grown tree.

Today, our high-tech recording instruments are more likely to recognize and read 'green frequencies' coming through Mother Nature than they could just a decade ago. Even so, most of the connection we have with nature is enjoyed in our dreams, where we are far from commute traffic, the constant noise of machinery, and the stress of the clock. Dreams help to open us to many of closed doors in our psyche that lead to unexplored avenues of our inner paradigm. Most of us live in what the Hopi describe as a 'cement world' so we really have to learn how to dream better. Between Sunday and Saturday our feet rarely touch the earth.

It helps to have a botanical companion flourishing by a desk or window at work, but we need more. We should pass more time in study of natural vibrant green. Take time to smell the roses.

Dreamers as special members of the ancient community are still with us [in the form of counselors] because they were able to solve a problem for the whole tribe by dreaming about the question. In the morning the dreamer would awake with an answer that satisfied everyone in the village. We all have a deep wish to correct the obvious discrepancy between our 'sand and surf' persona and a world of instant gratification. If we listen and learn from our dreams they will teach us how to build a full and rich life with an inspired vision for a better future. Dreams are particularly helpful during an important transition [Trump VII, Trump X, Trump XIII, Trump XIV, Trump XVII, Trump XX, and Trump 0/XXII]. They can offer the question we should ask, give binary solutions, or appropriate ways to implement them.


Professor McGonagall - Trump XIV

Curtiss writes, This card pictures a young woman with wings holding a vase in each hand. In her left hand she holds a vase of silver [metal of the Moon] from which she is pouring a clear liquid into a golden [metal of the Sun] vase held lower down in her right hand.

The liquid thus transferred symbolizes the Water of Life, the all-creative bringer forth of life, the life-essence or creative force which must be transferred from one vase to the other during the process of creation, without a drop being spilled by the intrusion of a thought of evil or by the distraction of the attention to sensation or mundane affairs. It also symbolizes that we must transfer this force from the imaginative state i.e., Moon, into the activity of the Sun without loss. This is to say, while imagination or the power to create mental images is a most potent force in creation, we must see to it that the images thus created are pure and golden.

Too many veils? According to Carl G. Jung, nature symbols selected by our imaginative faculty (dream consciousness and the astrosome, its environment) for use in a dream scenario have a specific purpose. The themes we develop in our dream world often correspond to a purification process used for the seven metals of the ancient world. Pure ore was thought the material to best represent the intelligence that generates a visible planet or light. Ancients could answer complex questions by referring to a dream that contained clues based on established phases of this clearing process. Each of the seven ores has its own path of purification. These are initiation journeys that are often associated with the hero and heroine, used by storytellers, priests, and hierophants in mystery theatre productions. Theoretically, once the seven ores were cleared they could be interchanged in ways to solve binary problems.


Gandalf the Gray and Legolas Greenleaf searching
for the path through the darkest Mines of Moria
The Lord of the Rings [Fellowship of the Ring]


Ancient dreams also answered questions about the source of an illness or malady, life questions for pilgrims who journeyed to the temple, and initiates of the inner circle. Mystery plays dealt with the same subjects, characters, and symbols we dream about today, just shy of higher octave initiation. Oversoul may appear in the dream to instruct in the form of a shaman, guardian angel, or an illumined figure* with a desire to be helpful [usually by presenting the dreamer new knowledge required to advance]. When elders appear they may also represent our ancestors, who have some special insight we may not easily observe clothed in 'modern' form.


   Some well known people with Luna in the First House include Aaliyah, Patricia Arquette, Anne Bancroft, Antonio Banderas, Carlos Castaneda, Jim Caviezel, Richard Chamberlain, Cyd Charisse, Roberta Flack, Richard Gere, Liz Greene, George Frideric Handel, Daryl Hannah, George Harrison, Whitney Houston, Lauren Hutton, Michael Jackson, Paul Klee, Carole Lombard, Linda McCartney, Elle MacPherson, Felix Mendelssohn, Van Morrison, Bernadette Peters, Jill St. John, Stuart Sutcliffe, Rudolph Valentino, Sigourney Weaver, and Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Note Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Sun 27° Pisces 52' - Moon: 20° Pisces 14', The Royal Marriage, with Ascendant 16° Moonchild/Cancer 50'
He is particularly noted for a predilection for folk and fairy-tale subjects, and for his extraordinary skill in orchestration, which may have been influenced by his synesthesia.

Moon on the Cusp of the Ascendant
Note that the Phoenix is the Higher Octave of the Moon
Jack Kerouac - Godfather of the Beat Generation
Paramahansa Yogananda, "resting" intact in his glass coffin in India
Q & A Trump XIV Temperance, Art


T h e   C a l d r o n


A cauldron (Latin caldarium, "hot bath") is an item similar to a bucket or kettle and is used to brew, hold potions and also may be used to carry supplies. Cauldrons are heated over an open fire and can be hung over a fire from an iron handle.

In the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, every Witch and Wizard owns at least one cauldron. It has been noted that, “This versatile item can be used to brew potions, to carry supplies, and, in a pinch, to clobber an attacker.”


For Your Cauldron and Crock-Slow Cooker

Feast when you return...
Place your Chicken, lightly browned and quartered, with quartered fennel, and quartered onion into the cauldron. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, rosemary, and Marsala wine [about a cup] and cook.

When done, add lightly toasted pine nuts, tops of fennel, parsley, green olives [sliced], and grated parmeasean or pecorino cheese. Hot!

source: Rachel Ray TV show
The Matrix Oracle Lab


   The Technique of Grafting

Dreams are multi-taskers and should be recorded in detail in a personal journal. Things we don't understand or clearly remember should be written down immediately. Even though the dream characters may be introductory [to parts of ourselves or personifications of subtle energy we are not registering via the traditional five senses] dreams may also provide formulae or be a premonitory signal to a dreamer. It might be the right time to change part of a theme or relationship script, prepare for a new job, or set off on a journey.

The sensorium and astrosome encourage grafting, transfiguration, and metamorphosis. A graft is the union of parts of two plants to make a single plant. Grafting is a natural as well as an artificial or manually controlled process.

Accomplished farmers can graft as many branches of flowering fruit as they wish onto a mother tree, called a stock. The mother tree then provides food and water for the 'new addition'. There are different kinds of grafting, each with many methods. Use of dream grafting is especially positive for the dream programmer. Ask about more information if you are interested.


The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus


"Because there are innumerable things
beyond the range of human understanding,
we constantly use symbolic terms to
represent concepts that we cannot define or
fully comprehend. This is one reason why
all religions employ symbolic language or
images. But this conscious use of symbols is
only one aspect of a psychological fact of
great importance: Man also produces
symbols unconsciously and spontaneously,
in the form of dreams."

-Carl G.Jung


Professor Minerva McGonagall
in Transfiguration Class


  Colour Codes

Psychologically, as the middle of the spectrum, green feels soothing and restores a feeling of natural harmony. Many who play golf recognize green as beneficial for the nerves because the colour facilitates stress reduction. (Many hospitals now prefer green and white uniforms and interior decor.) Proper implementation of green implies a master able to establish equilibrium between bi-polar extremes. As one of two universal enhancers, blue-green focalizers are excellent for anyone well versed in public speaking or a high profile lifestyle. As suggested by the deep teal and green cast to the set of The Sixth Sense, cooler wardrobe tones carry off the sensorium's intimate texture.
go The Green Wave here

Jedi Master Yoda sets his light saber to green. Teachers employ green as an effective negotiating tool. It enables memory based on audio input and is versatile, working equally well in both hot and cold, advancing and retreating modes. Middle green is a solid healing and uniting colour used by negotiators, advertising [dollar bill is green], and mediums.


   Consideration in Negotiations

Avoiding Loss of Negotiating Power by
Insulating Oneself from Snap, Often Regrettable, Decisions

When, against one’s will, one is high-pressured into making a hurried decision, the best answer is always “No,” because “No” is more easily changed to “Yes,” than “Yes” is changed to “No.”

-Charles. E. Nielson

Herbal and rustic country colours for negotiation
Mocha - Cappuccino with Golden Wheat and Copper
Pomegranate with Putty - favors autumn season
Callablossom pastel/iced with Turquoise for early winter

Certainly it is true that in most negotiations you should approach the negotiation fully prepared to make decisions quickly and decisively whenever you feel the necessity to do so. But what happens in a situation in which you must make decisions in haste and you are not fully prepared to do so or not fully convinced that the decision should be made, or what the correct decision should be?
You may often find yourself in these circumstances because of various reasons such as undue pressure from your opponent, the disclosure of new information, or sudden developments that you had anticipated while making your preparation.

Action to Take When You Are Unsure of What Decision to Make

Ivory and Gray Silver
Camel, Pecan, and Calfskin with Gold
Fawn Brown, Cafe au Lait with Gold
Smoke Pearl and Sky Blue

Whenever you are confronted with a situation in which you are in doubt about what decision to make, you should either ask for additional time in order to consider the matter in more detail or, if that is not possible, say no. Often, you will find that your opponent is attempting to deliberately pressure you into making a snap, quick decision, knowing that doing so will make you unable to give due consideration to the correctness of your decision. In order to justify putting the pressure on you for a hurried decision, your opponent may, for example, say that time is of the essence, money can be made if there is no delay in a decision, or someone else (such as another purchaser or seller) will intervene to shut you out.

You should not allow yourself to be pressured by such tactics. Even if you are inclined to say yes on the particular issue being considered but are not absolutely certain, you should, if you don’t want to say no, attempt to work out a solution that will give you more time to reflect upon and study the matter.

Assume, for example, that you want to acquire farmland for investment purposes. You hope that the land will appreciate substantially in value in a few years and that you’ll then be able to sell it for a nice profit. You find the price of the land fully acceptable. The seller indicates that he or she must have a decision on the land before the day is out. The fact that the land was for sale had been brought to your attention rather hurriedly, and you did not have a real opportunity to fully investigate the land’s investment potential although you are fully satisfied that the current asking price is fair. You also have reason to believe that the land would be a good investment. Nevertheless, rather than make a snap decision since land is one of the least liquid of investments, you propose that you be given a ten-day option in exchange for payment of a slightly higher price in the event that you exercise the option to purchase the property. This slightly higher price provides the motivation for the seller to grant you the option. You argue that if you exercise the option, the seller has benefitted by the higher price so the seller loses nothing by granting the ten-day option. If the option is not exercised, the seller is still free to sell the land to others after the ten-day option period has expired.

In this manner you have obtained the extra time you need to more thoroughly look into the investment potential of the land. You have thus avoided a snap, hurried decision that could prove harmful. The land, for example, may not be zoned for the right type of development and prospects for obtaining a favorable zoning change are not good. Or the land may be situated next to a nuissance such as a busy airport which may make the property undesirable for family dwelling or even commercial building and you need time to check out the impact of the airport on the property. The point is that there could be a variety of reasons why the land is not as an attractive investment as you originally anticipated and the additional time obtained by the ten-day option may be precisely what you need to be certain that the land is as good an investment as you suspected.

In situations in which the opponent refuses to give the additional time and still pushes for a snap, rushed decision, experience has shown, as previously related, that it was wise to say no because frequently there exists the opportunity to change that no to a yes if a yes later becomes called for, whereas it is not possible in most instances to change that yes to a no.

Refusing to Say Yes Should Be Distinguished from Indecision

Indecision is contagious and differs sharply from a refusal to make a decision for a valid reason. If you are indecisive, your opponent will quickly sense your indecisiveness and you will dissipate your negotiating power because your opponent will lose respect for your ability and will, in extreme cases, become exasperated with your indecisivenenss. This is why it is important that you, whenever you do not want to be pressured into a decision that you may have doubts about, explain to your opponent why you refuse to make thedecision or why the decision must be no if the opponent refuses to give you more time to consider and reflect upon the matter. Once a full explanation is given, the opponent may not like it or even agree with it but there is no danger that the opponent willmisconstrue your refusal to say yes with indecision and, in most instances, you will find that with a full explanation most opponents will be reasonable and grant the additional time whenever possible.


Recommend: A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Felix Mendelssohn
Composed in his teens, and then augmented in later years with full incidental music for Shakespeare's play, including the famous Wedding March.

Recommend meditation on a choral work by Felix Mendelssohn: the setting of Psalm 114 (1839) that has a grandeur and nobility unsurpassed in Mendelssohn’s works. Steeped in the Bachian and Handelian traditions, Mendelssohn here [Psalm 114] displays the contrapuntal craftsmanship for which he was renowned during his time. The Fugal subject comprises two short motives, a rising figure for "Hallelujah," and a descending one for "Singet dem Herrn in Ewigkeit" ("Alleluia! Sing to the Lord forever"). Through the course of the fugue, these two motives are subjected to a variety of artful manipulations; and their origins in the opening of the Psalm are made clear by the concluding measures of the work, in which Mendelssohn revives text from the first two verses of the psalm.

Felix Mendelssohn Sun: 14° Aquarius 38' - Moon 24° Virgo 32' in Ascendant
read concert notes for Psalm 114, ( Op. 51 of 1839, performed today)


* Pallas Athena gave Athens the olive tree, a staple binary solution for many questions. In return the Greeks named their capitol in her honor. Her Roman name is Minerva. She is a Goddess of Wisdom, one of Jung's four anima types, and Patroness of California, the Golden State. see Maria Shriver, First Lady of California here

Gifts to The Fellowship of The Ring from Galadriel and Celeborn include invisibility, provided by the hiding cape, the same green frequency as the Helmet of Minerva.
see Lothlorien here

Invisibility is also used as a binary solution in J. K. Rowling's series about boy wizard Harry Potter.



Recommended Biography: Roger Corman (Michigan, 1926)

Study actualization of the T-Square in the Star Chart of an important director/producer:
Reflex action takes shape in Cardinal Signs Capricorn and Moonchild.
Moon 14° Capricorn 15' House 5 opposite Pluto 12° Moonchild/Cancer 36' in the Eleventh House
Sun 15° Aries 14', creates the T-Square in the Ninth House

…. He was always pessimistic about humankind, at times justifiably cynical. The time of judgment seemed always near. The gods were angry, and thunder and lightning inevitably punctuated the climaxes.

The trademark formalism of Corman’s images and staging is a function of a deterministic point of view. It is the unrelenting progression of events that carries his short stories swiftly in their inevitable conclusions. His characters cannot escapes these fates, and it is on how they struggle that they are judged. The actors have no freedom of movement without the camera frame but move in strict chalk marked courses. Corman often used a fireplace point-of-view shot, observing the machinations of his characters through the flames, suggesting that fate will see them roast in hell. From the simple, utilitarian staging, mono images and straightforward parallel intercutting of his fifties’ films, Corman evolved his visual style (as time and budget allowed) into a sophisticatedly fluid use of fatalistic tracking shots, wide screen, and symbolic color in his adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe stories in the sixties.

It Conquered The World using themes from both The Day The Earth Stood Still and Invasion of the Body Snatchers, imagines a mad scientist who makes radio contact with an alien monster intent on “rescuing mankind from itself” – but in fact it intends to enslave the planet for its own uses via brain control. In the midst of these horrific events, the characters never cease their clever, sarcastic dialogue and continually philosophize on the nature of human freedom. The conclusion: Man is a feeling creature and because of it the greatest in the universe. Perfection (as promised by the alien) cannot be given to man; it has to be achieved. Whenever man strives for perfection, it ends in disaster. There is hope, but it has to come from inside – from man himself.

-John H. Dorr, American Directors, Volume II
Check out the filmography of Roger Corman at IMDb



Some Other Movies to View

A Hard Day's Night
The Beatles
"I remember I walked into the theater. I had a short hair cut. I was dressed kind of 'fraternity-boy' style, and I came out with my idea about how to carry and express myself really influenced. I started to let my hair grow - while I was watching that movie, my hair started to grow...I've seen 'A Hard Day's Night at least 25 times, and on at least five occasions, I've taught it to film classes one shot at a time."

Almost Famous
"Oh, what a lovely film. I was almost hugging myself while I watched it...It's as if Huckleberry Finn came back to life in the 1970s, and instead of taking a raft down the Mississippi, got on the bus with the band...'Almost Famous' is about the world of rock, but it's not a rock film, it's a coming-of-age film, about an idealistic kid who sees the real world, witnesses its cruelties and heartbreaks, and yet finds much room for hope. "

Read Roger Ebert's Review of A Hard Day's Night
and 'Almost Famous'

A Passage to India
Conan the Destroyer [formulae Mercurius]
The Descendants Alexander Payne 2011
Stars: George Clooney, Shailene Woodley, Amara Miller
E.T.-The Extra-Terrestrial Spielberg classic film from 1982
Roger Ebert perfectly reflects why this classic was embraced by children from 5-100 by writing the review as a letter to his grandchildren.
Ghost Rider - Nicolas Cage fan page, other comics include Constantine,
The Fantastic Four and Silver Surfer, and X-Men
The Horse Whisperer binary solutions for pets-other animals - Robert Redford fanpage

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade - fanpages include:
George Lucas fanpage - Sean Connery fanpage
Harrison Ford fan page - Steven Speilberg and Indiana Jones

The Inside Man - Denzel Washington fanpage
Lawrence of Arabia
Legend - Tom Cruise fanpage
Lions for Lambs
The Mothman Prophesies - The Hunting Party Richard Shepard 2007 - based on a true story: A young journalist, a seasoned cameraman and a discredited war correspondent embark on an unauthorized mission to find the no. 1 war criminal in Bosnia
Richard Gere fanpage
Person of Interest - TV series
Second Hand Lions - Michael Caine fanpage
The Road Pictures with Crosby, Hope, and Lamour - Clown Prince Theory - check White Christmas, same page
and The Road to The Road Pictures references to Star Charts for Crosby and Hope highlight the continuity in the relationships of the three players, as well as their similar storylines. Crosby was a con artist or playboy of some description, with Hope as his unwilling sidekick. The pair's failed attempts at romance or moneymaking would lead to them fleeing America and taking refuge in some exotic location, where they would stumble across Lamour dressed in a sarong. Hope and Crosby would vie for the affections of Lamour, all the while avoiding whatever trouble they were in to start with, plus whatever extra trouble they got themselves into. Crosby's charm and melodious singing would eventually win the girl, leaving Hope with only wisecracks and one-liners to console him.
Note both men have Jupiter in their sixth department of life that specifies job description, service, and certain karma themes. The wardrobe, home properties [on the road] and travel, and an unusual variability that appears as finesse, all come under the heading of Mercury's earthy ores. Jupiter is the planet most associated with humor as a healing agent - so the joviality of the happy trio is set in contrast to frustrations, plotting and scheming and other efforts that are either constructive or come to naught - this technique carries the audience through all six films with success. The Road to series illustrates the mental keenness necessary to survive in difficult situations, and the value of combining ores that strengthen each other in the process.

The Sixth Sense - Bruce Willis fanpage
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier William Shatner 1989 - The Dweller on the Threshold


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