Yellow Warrior Wavespell Report

Greetings of Universal Peace, Love and Joy. Welcome to the Yellow Warrior Wavespell on this August 22nd 2018 Gregorian World Year Date.  Yellow Warrior Wavespell is Wavespell Number 16 of 20 Wavespells that are encoded in the sacred Tzolkin.  Yellow Warrior Wavespell lasts from Kin 196  Yellow Magnetic Warrior ( Gregorian August 22nd 2018) to Kin 208 Yellow Cosmic Star ( Gregorian September 3rd 2018) .

 

We start this wavespell report first by giving the affirmation for Kin 196 – Yellow Magnetic Warrior

Yellow Magnetic Warrior Kin 196

I Unify in order to Question
Attracting Fearlessness
I seal the Output of Intelligence
With the Magnetic tone of Purpose
I am guided by my own power doubled

 

Our Precept For This Kin is

Kin 196 – Precept 40 – Spiritual self-sufficiency is a function of discipline which is a continuing spiritual sacrifice of the lower self for the sake of inner perfection, or the coming out and polishing of the divine incarnate self or form within.

 

 

 

Some insight into the Yellow Warrior energetics: 

 

Yellow Warrior qualities: Grace, trust, inner voice, fearlessness, courage, cosmic consciousness, high standards, galactic conduit, mystic transmission, divine communication, golden pillar, ferryman’s staff, reception, intelligence.

Yellow Warrior is a conduit for cosmic communication, offering access to the universal web of consciousness. This is the web of the Mayan mystic spider that weaves intergalactic threads, the conduit of interconnected consciousness. Yellow Warrior is the spider in the web, the grid connection for divine communication. Receive these ripples of knowing from Yellow Warrior’s web through the central axis in your spine, your staff. Accept this gift of knowing in grace, as you would receive the morning light by turning your face to the Sun. Grace is an unexpected touch, a blessing given in love, a natural gift from the universe. Use the power of love like an electrical current to serve the light. Open fully to feel and receive it!

The number for Yellow Warrior is sixteen, the number of unity with the cosmic foundation of resonant evolution. As you embody the ferryman’s staff, you become anchored in your connection to cosmic consciousness. Holding within you the foundational steps of the trinity, you carry the “Christed one” into the world. As a living mystic, you are the conduit of the spiraling galaxies that creates a union with cosmic consciousness. Sixteen may also be seen as the beginning of another octave – a higher octave characterized by organic balance and the new Earth under your feet.

The Yellow Warrior Wavespell is the last wavespell of the Yellow Southern Time Castle

 

 

 

 

From Dreamspell Genesis : Finally completing the Yellow Southern Castle of Giving, the magnetic gate of the Warrior presented itself.Through casting the Warrior wavespell of intelligence, the kin increased their fearlessness of magical giving. Full blown was the capacity of the planetary kin to share in their gifts. Equal to each other were they in their ability to give themselves to each other according to the needs of whatever adventure might arise. 

In this Wavespell we also exit the first moon of the new kin 169 Red Cosmic Moon Year and begin the Lunar Moon of Challenge on Kin 197.

Our astronomical events for the remainder of this Gregorian week are as follows

Wednesday, August 22

Look overhead around 10 p.m. local daylight time and your eyes will fall on the brilliant star Vega in the constellation Lyra the Harp. At magnitude 0.0, Vega is the brightest member of the prominent Summer Triangle asterism. The Triangle’s second-brightest star, magnitude 0.8 Altair in Aquila the Eagle, lies some 35° southeast of Vega. The asterism’s dimmest member, magnitude 1.3 Deneb in Cygnus the Swan, stands about 25° east-northeast of Vega.

summertriangle
The Summer Triangle is one of the most recognizable asterisms in the night sky. It consists of the bright stars Deneb (far left), Vega (top left), and Altair (lower middle).
NASA/ESA/A. Fujii

Thursday, August 23

The Moon moves about 13° eastward every 24 hours, and tonight it pulls into Mars’ vicinity. As darkness falls, the Red Planet lies some 8° to the Moon’s lower right. Mars remains a beacon, shining at magnitude –2.3, and stands out despite the Moon’s proximity. When viewed through a telescope, the planet’s disk spans 22″ and should show some subtle surface details as the global dust storm continues to abate.

The Moon reaches apogee, the farthest point in its orbit around Earth, at 7:23 a.m. EDT. It then lies 252,119 miles (405,746 kilometers) from Earth’s center.

Friday, August 24

The constellations Ursa Major the Great Bear and Cassiopeia the Queen lie on opposite sides of the North Celestial Pole, so they appear to pivot around the North Star (Polaris) throughout the course of the night and the year. In late August and early September, these two constellations appear equally high as darkness falls. You can find Ursa Major and its prominent asterism, the Big Dipper, about 30° above the northwestern horizon. Cassiopeia’s familiar W-shape, which currently lies on its side, appears the same height above the northeastern horizon. As the night progresses, Cassiopeia climbs above Polaris while the Big Dipper swings below.

Mars continues to move westward relative to the background stars, and today it crosses the border from southwestern Capricornus into eastern Sagittarius. But its stay among the Archer’s stars won’t be lengthy. The planet reaches its stationary point on the 28th and will move back into the Sea Goat on September 1.

Saturday, August 25

Full Moon officially arrives at 7:56 a.m. EDT tomorrow morning, but it looks completely illuminated all night. You can find it rising in the east around sunset and then watch it climb high in the south by 1 a.m. local daylight time. It dips low in the west by the time morning twilight starts to paint the sky. The Moon lies against the backdrop of Aquarius the Water-bearer, but its bright glow nearly drowns out the faint stars in this constellation.

Sunday, August 26

Mercury makes an impressive appearance before dawn in late August. It reaches greatest elongation this morning, when it lies 18° west of the Sun and appears 10° high in the east 30 minutes before sunrise. The innermost planet shines at magnitude –0.2 and is the most conspicuous celestial object near the eastern horizon. A telescope reveals the planet’s disk, which spans 7″ and appears 43 percent lit

 

May you have a beautiful warrior Wavespell!

Love Agent 50

 

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