This month Janae continues her journey through the zodiac with Sagittarius, which showcases its energy from approximately November 21 to December 22. Read on for Janae’s explanation of how this sign matures and evolves through time.
We know each Trinity sign to be an intermediary synthesis of Good, Beauty or True. Because Trinity signs come at the end of the calendar year they are esoterically recognized as our collective yearly review. Sagittarius, a fire sign, asks us to examine our perspective of what’s True.
In each of his stages of growth Sagittarius is intuitively aware, therefore he lives with multiple responsibilities. He is totally at home in any society. He feels he knows everything and often practically nothing at all, both at the same time.
In Transcendental Astrology he is a seeker of what’s True. As a youth he is the earth oriented Centaur, a foolish colt who feels large and in charge. He loves the world democratically, seeing no divisions within all nature’s kingdoms. The colt, however, sees only the surface of life and his strong intuition guides him into confusion. He needs a friend, or a philosophy, to help him sort things through.
Maturity, as the second stage of growth for Sagittarius, is the colt’s development into the stunning White Horse. The White Horse roams the fields of love seeking what’s True in the world. He lives within many doctrines and finds sameness among them. He rides along with countless philosophies and chooses to champion the parts of each that unite the Family of Man. He is becoming very aware of himself as part of the world around him. He is mystified by group emotions and actions that violate what’s True.
Eventually he recognizes himself in the Archer who has walked beside him all along, volleying insightful arrows into the air without heeding where they fall. The Archer’s fire-sign heart burns with a blue flame, which softens the appearance of his layers of strength. He is on a soul quest, willingly taking on the responsibility to discover what’s hidden in the quiet spaces. He embraces all kingdoms of Earth. He becomes actively intuitive. He is very sure of the commonality of all mankind, yet as with his younger Centaur self he remains stunned by people’s capacity to fight against their own Good and dishonor their own Beauty.
When the White Horse permits it, the Archer mounts and directs his steed to seek the landing places of all the arrows that have left his bow. He aspires to Spirit. His goal is what’s True. Revelation is his plan.
See you next month.