On Earth as it is in Heaven. Or Las Vegas.



Man, here it is being World Regulus Day and none of you folks even sent me a card. That really hurts my feelings, y'know. I mean, not even an eCard? After all I do for you? Cold.

It's especially wounding since some astrologers are saying this is the big kahuna of Regulus Days, the zero point, the nexus, the crucible. From now on everything changes. Why?

How the hell should I know? 





But apparently this particular Regulus Day marks the end of 2000+ year cycle and the beginning of a new era. I've lost track of all the signposts of this New Age and everything just seems like it's the same old shit every day but apparently this is it-- the gateway to the future.

You see, Regulus conjoins (or whatever) the Sun every year on August 23rd, but apparently this year Regulus rises in Virgo while it does so. How exactly a star in Leo rises in Virgo is a mystery to me, but like I said I'm no astrologer.


Michael Lutin and Kaitlin Coppock, on the other hand, are astrologers and they've declared this to be the grand opening for the new age. Read this:

Michael Lutin says �We stand at this very moment on the threshold of a new age: the age of Regulus In Virgo. The Age Of The Common Woman. Looking back about two thousand years ago, we see that sometime around the time when Regulus entered Leo, the sign from which it is now departing, Julius Caesar was being born. As were the grandparents of Jesus Christ.�

OK, I'm going to step out on a limb here and suggest that it definitely won't be the Age of the Common Woman, but it could well be the Age of the Uncommon Woman. Or if you prefer, the "Divine Feminine." 

That may be why we're seeing all this Statue of Liberty iconography all over the place, Lady Liberty being the apotheosis of the "Divine Feminine." And so and so forth.


Plus, the future is Mermale. As we all know by now.


Speaking of which, it looks like our old friend CRIS is helping correct Marfan's Syndrome, which some folks believe might affect Orange Catholic Bene Frasserit, Grimes. (Who may have split recently with Elon Musk, who seems to have run into his own spot of bother as of late).


Speaking of love and rockets, you know that crazy fuck with that blog, Secret Something? The nutcase who says there's some kind of connection between Vega and Regulus? Y'know, some kind of ritual significance that connects to the whole Heaven Upside Down or Las Vegas business last October?

Yeah, that guy. Poor bastard. Lost his marbles, I hear. Shame, he had such promise.

But by some weird scheduling glitch, the Vega rocket was launched on Wednesday, the day before World Regulus Day. Just one of those things, I suppose.

And what happened on World Regulus Day itself?


Well, looks like Vice President Pence came out and announced plans for a permanent Moon base. Yes, yes, yes; we've heard it all before. But the point here is the date of the announcement, isn't it?  

Hey, like that photo-cropping there? Nifty, isn't it? The way the seal is framed and junk? Especially in light of this whole business with Mueller and Cohen and Trump and all the rest of it? 

Kooky.


Man, oh Man; talk about the Divine Feminine!

Gosh, if you were one of those crazy tinfoil hat types you'd almost think there was some kind of longstanding agenda playing out here. Just don't go saying so on Facebook if you do, old chum. Think of your social credit rating. Can you afford to spout that kind of "fake news?" 



Oh hey, what's this here? A new book about the Lucky-Lucky-Penny-Pence? I'll have to Kindle it.

In the meantime, maybe we should start calling him "Vice? President Pence." 

Looks snazzier that way, don't you think? Almost like a sigil or something.



Anyway, look at this; The Atlantic almost seems to agree with that crazy blogger guy who says nutty crap like "space is an altar." I mean, hell, what's really the difference between that and "outer space gospel," right? 

Wow, World Regulus Day sure has been eventful. 

Weird, wacky stuff.


What's this then? Linking all this Space Force business to the Cosmists? Those nutty Russian mystics whose philosophies are the ultimate basis of Ancient Aliens, that long-in-the-tooth pseudo-documentary series that curbstomps Anderson Cooper's ass in the ratings?

Wow, zany. Nutty. 

Crazy kooks.


Wow, so we have Regulus in Virgo and on October 1st, (All-Important) 2044 Venus will occult Regulus. That's just in 26 short years so I'd better start making plans now. 

Venus and Virgo are both identified with goddesses--or perhaps the Divine Feminine-- so it will be interesting to see how that cosmic activity plays out here.

Or maybe we're seeing that already, who knows?



Wow, and wouldn't you know it- today's the 24th anniversary of the release of Jeff Buckley's debut LP Grace. Sheesh, that album was released on Regulus Day? Crazy coincidence, don't you think? On the Day of the Prince? Crazy.

I mean, it's not like there's any deeper meaning to all this Jeff Buckley business, right? No connection to Virgo or Vega or anything like that. Just one of those little glitches in the Matrix, I guess.


But just in case, you might want to bone up on the Bo�tes Void. Does it have any connection to these ancient shepherd boys, seeing as how Bo�tes is the shepherd and stuff?

I'd answer that but I have my social credit score to consider.


Oh, yes. "Bessie" did indeed. That's for sure. In her own wonderful way.



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