Jude's Threshold

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No April Fools up in here! Just Cezanne 4.1.11

You may be feeling a little foolish today yet checking out Julie Demboski’s article on the Lunar aspects for April 1, 2011 is the smartest thing to do! Asteroid Juno (The Wife) is active today.

Julie’s post includes an image of a painting by my favorite artist, Paul Cezanne, Pierrot and Harlequin…perfect! Cezanne and I share the same Sun-Moon blend in our natal horoscopes though not artistic skills – Benjamin Franklin does as well and Ben was known for his doodling!

(See below for Cezanne’s birth data.)

Now April 1st always reminds me (and perhaps you) of The Fool card in the Tarot deck, a card of innocence and new beginnings as The Fool begins his mystical journey. Green, the color of growth, is associated with The Fool and with curiosity.

The new light of the Spring 2011 season suffuses this picture with faith in the future, one of the joys of traveling on The Fool’s path of enlightenment. Not overanalyzing things and avoiding malice are preferrable for this new journey and being ‘as a child’ without trying to anticipate events makes the journey an exciting yet Zen-like adventure!

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Paul Cezanne born Jan 19, 1839 (NS) in Aix-en-Provence France at 1:00 am LMT (Rodden rating AA, from BC); ASC 2Sco46, Mc 10Leo13; 3rd house Sun 28Cap19, 4th house Moon 12Pis56 (conj 5th cusp of Creativity); Hour Jupiter 18Lib23 in 12th house, conjunct Pallas and Juno; the Art planets, Venus and Neptune, conjoin in Aquarius, and Moon conjoins Uranus 10Pis04, planet of newness, the future, and originality.

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  1. Julie, you’re welcome! And enjoy your Vagabond Opera in Seattle tonight, so perfect an archetype for April Fools Day!

    Haven’t seen them, no, for Vagabond Opera seems to be performing on the West Coast these days. jc

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    Jude Cowell

    April 1, 2011 at 5:19 pm

  2. Thank you for the mention, Jude! And for the advice to ‘be as a child’–I think that is a good reminder for me in general, but especially for tonight–off with the family to see ‘The Vagabond Opera’ (do you know them? Somehow I think you’d be a fan 🙂 ) and feeling a bit tired–so trying to relax so I can get into the swing (of things, not like a trapeze or anything LOL!)
    Anyway, thank you, and hope you have a razz-ma-tazz weekend!
    jd

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    juliedemboski

    April 1, 2011 at 4:16 pm


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