When they arrived at his distant home, everything he told her turned out to be false. When she tries to climb back into the boat, her father cuts off her fingers. The outer planets then, with orbits of 80-odd years to 300-odd years around the Sun, are more or less gathered together in the same neighbourhood performing the related metaphysical functions of showing us our path out of personality (inner planets) into a transpersonal All (outer planets). To save his own life, Sedna’s father threw her into the ocean.
Chiron conveniently bridges the gap between the inner and out planets. Other ancient civilizations have left us knowledgeable fingers pointing to the past. Posted on February 18, 2019 by Lady Beltane Posted in Daily Posts, Goddesses, Goddesses and Gods, Pagan History Tagged Alaska, Eskimo Goddess, Goddess Sedna, Online Coven, Online Witchcraft School, Sedna, Solitary Practitioner, Wicca, Witchcraft. Eventually Nuliayuk marries a sculpin and lives in the sea controlling all sea mammals. The children ran back onto the land and said the sea goddess Taluliyuk had frightened them. She is half-woman, half-fish, and has the ability to change into either a complete woman or a fish. As always with any new planet, a quick way to find out what the energy means to you personally is to note the conjunctions, squares, or oppositions which transiting Jupiter has made to your natal Sedna every three years or so. Sedna’s severed fingers transformed into sea mammals like seals and walruses. The stroke to her head sends Sedna to the ocean floor where she resides, commanding the animals of the sea. Then one day a handsome man arrived and asked her father Anguta for his… "The Goddess of the Sea: The Story of Sedna". Yet the precession cycle, long though it be, is just a cycle, and according to Rudhyar’s work, we must look at the quarter, halfway, and return points in any cycle for key periods of change. Check in with one of them for details.). If my astrological clientele is any indication, the victimization is often for no good or apparent reason. All lessons and test will be emailed to you. Houses are easy to understand. The soft aspects tend to make the career change much, much easier. Dec 3, 2015 - Explore Margaret Smith's board "Sedna" on Pinterest. When they awake the next morning, the young man is gone. Sedna represents a new category of planet, a third category which hasn’t been officially named by the astrological community. In. However, the legends of the fall of Lemuria (about 25-30,000 years ago) and the fall of Atlantis (about 12,000 years ago) come to mind immediately. What makes Sedna compelling in the mundane context is that it is the first of what promises to be an entire category of planets which loosely, at least, correlate with this Great Year half-cycle. Sedna's father gives Sedna a sleeping potion and gives her to the hunter who takes her to a large nest on a cliff, revealing his true form: a great bird-spirit (variously described as a raven, a fulmar or a Kokksaut/petrel-spirit).
No, it’s not a pretty story, and we need to look at Rudhyar’s system of analysis to put this rather chilling myth in context. Sedna is the head goddess of the Inuit, the indigenous people of northeastern Canada (Labrador) and Greenland. It’s at the spiritual, or top level that Sedna (and any other planet for that matter) becomes quite wonderful. Novice Class Fess $40.00 USD In one legend Sedna is a giant, the daughter of the creator-god Anguta, with a great hunger that causes her to attack her parents. Angered, Anguta takes her out to sea and throws her over the side of his kayak. Below he shares his firsthand experience. Sedna (Inuktitut: ᓴᓐᓇ Sanna, previously Sedna or Sidne) is the goddess of the sea and marine animals in Inuit mythology, also known as the Mother of the Sea or Mistress of the Sea. Usually a job or career change is required to get to the intermediate stage of the Sedna energy, often forced if hard aspects are presents without the soft aspects to mitigate. More than one version of the Sedna legend exists. Dane Rudhyar gives us the tools to start analyzing these two categories, inner and outer planets. Her father attempts to rescue her, but the bird-spirit becomes angry, causing a great storm. Trines and sextiles (and no oppositions and squares) to Sedna predispose one to the easier circumstances. Sedna's astronomical discoverers are convinced there are more planets in similar orbits, which if true (and likely it is true), then we have a brand new third category of planets astrologically, whose meaning will stretch our consciousness in directions we heretofore could not even imagine. Here’s the curious part. To soothe Sedna, to coax her to release that life-saving harvest of sea animals, the shaman must approach her and calmly, gently comb out those painful knots and tangles. The individual just gets dumped on. But there are tantalizing hints. The first category of planets consists of the ancient planets visible by the naked eye: Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. To ensure that she will continue to send food to the hunters, shamans descend to visit her, comb her hair, and massage her mutilated hands. It appeared in the Spring/Summer issue, 2005.
By the time they arrived to see me for their reading, all they needed was to be informed of their destiny to be the nononsense caretaker of humanity in one-on-one settings.
The sea spirit locates the kayak with the two humans aboard and creates huge waves to kill them. These planets will have a significant bearing on mundane astrology, and may even open up a new branch of astrology dedicated to the evolution of humanity over tens of thousands of years. Images of Goddess Sedna. In its "slow" part of the orbit (which admittedly is a few thousand years away) it will take many, many more years. However, in all versions, a young woman becomes the mother of all sea creatures. It is not a story for the squeamish. Sedna is kidnapped by a different bird creature in yet another version.
Stonehenge and the pyramids (the Sphinx is now dated to be 10,000 years old) also point in the same direction.