Sunday, December 15, 2013

Dragon Moon

I want to write the synchs about the Hebrew Codex and Confucianism and the parallel synchs but first I am impassioned right now to write about the synch on the way home tonight.

The full moon was rising and a cloud was forming after a jet flew by the moon. The cloud encompassed the moon so as to form a dragon and the head of the full moon was it's head. I must note that Pam and I watched the hobbit last night with the dragon as well. I have this synch related to Confucianism and Chinese Christians and how I want to make this story of Stephentree available to them as "My Own" country did not receive my story. So I will give it to a people that were not called by................ Well You know!

Also many other synchs with dragons the last few days. I took a pic of the moon that I will post.

Then I looked up the story of "The Dragon Moon" and it turns out to be a story about the Han dynasty and about new life after much trauma.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_Moon

I also looked up some other synchs with Dragon Moon

Now, she didn't evan know what to do, she was leaning on him to be there for the rest of her life and now she felt there was no real meaning to her life.

Chinese symbolism of Dragon related to Stephentree and the Hurricanes
Chinese dragons traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, hurricane, and floods. The dragon is also a symbol of power, strength, and good luck for people who are worthy of it. With this, the Emperor of China usually used the dragon as a symbol of his imperial power and strength.[1]


The sun is symbolic of the fraternal (male, yang) aspect of guidance; and so logically the moon stoically stands as the maternal (female or yin) influence.
This gender association is a generalization, and (as with most symbolic meanings) there are departures. Moon symbolism in Native American tribes(Navajo, Eskimo, Pueblo come to mind), along with African, Japanese, Maori, Teutonic, Oceania, and Sumerian-Semitic groups refer to the moon as a masculine force.
More intriguing than gender, is the means by which the moon wields her force and influence. She is considered a luminary, but she produces no light of her own accord. She is reliant upon the sun's light to reflect (mirror) her image to our earthly eyes.
This method of projecting light makes the moon a symbol of subtlety. Clarity, reflection, and indirect deduction are gained by passive means. Where the sun will boldly bear down its blaze upon a given philosophical subject - the moon softly enfolds our attention - illumining our psyche in a gossamer glow that is more open to esoteric impressions.
Some key words relating to symbolic moon facts include...

This is what is overlooked in today's society. A woman does not naturally project her own light but reflects the light of another she loves.


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