by Cayelin K Castell
Alhena (09° Cancer 23′) is a bright white star marking the left foot of the Twins constellation belonging to Pollux the immortal twin.
July 2, 2019 Total Solar Eclipse
It is considered a star of important missions suggesting the July 2, 2019 Total Solar Eclipse near this star is energizing and accelerating the possibility of embracing a growing and grounded mission of empathy and caring that includes responsibly nurture ourselves and each other.
The Sun passes this star around July 1 every year.
In 2019 Mercury is here on July.
Venus passes here on July 10.
See Moon Table Below for the monthly passage of the Moon.
The Solstice Sun on the Galactic Cross on July 2, 2019
the Total Solar Eclipse is near the Star Alhena
Alhena is located very near the Galactic Cross that marks the Galactic Edge as seen in the image above.
The world Alhena is usually translated as Brand, or Mark, on the right side of a camel’s, or horse’s, neck, as defined by the Persian astronomer Al Biruni (973-1048 A.D.)
This star has been seen as a challenging gift from past perspectives.
The following insights are inspired by the book Starlight Elixirs and Cosmic Vibrational Healing
Alhena has the ability to rapidly change ways of thinking that shift perception. This helps with the ability to see things in a whole new bringing greater consciousness to any situation. This supports the decision-making process and supports the chakras in the feet.
This star has the ability to change plant and animal structures rapidly. When ever a planet is near and especially during a total solar eclipse this process is magnified. Alhena supports perseverance when the going gets tough raising our vibration by expanding our perspective including seeing new ideas that promote progress.
“From the Twins come less laborious callings and a more agreeable way of life, provided by varied song and voices of harmonious tone, slender pipes, the melodies inborn in strings and the words fitted thereto: those so endowed find even work a pleasure. They would banish the arms of war, the trumpet’s call, and the gloom of old age: theirs is a life of ease and unfading youth spent in the arms of love. They also discover paths to the skies, complete a survey of the heavens with numbers and measurements, and outstrip the flight of the stars: nature yields to their genius, which it serves in all things. So many are the accomplishments of which the Twins are fruitful.” [Manilius, Astronomica, 1st century AD. p.281.]
Alhena and the Moon
|Jul 29 2019||8:21:45 PM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Aug 26 2019||6:20:24 AM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Sep 22 2019||2:37:01 PM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Oct 19 2019||8:48:17 PM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Nov 16 2019||1:13:30 AM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Dec 13 2019||7:59:38 AM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Jan 09 2020||5:06:33 PM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Feb 06 2020||3:36:17 AM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Mar 04 2020||1:27:30 PM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Mar 31 2020||10:14:48 PM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Apr 28 2020||4:10:39 AM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|May 25 2020||9:43:08 AM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Jun 21 2020||4:20:27 PM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Jul 19 2020||12:35:17 AM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Aug 15 2020||9:55:24 AM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Sep 11 2020||7:05:57 PM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Oct 09 2020||2:53:53 AM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn23′ D|
|Nov 05 2020||8:04:25 AM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn24′ D|
|Dec 02 2020||1:44:00 PM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn24′ D|
|Dec 29 2020||8:25:39 PM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn24′ D|
|Jan 26 2021||4:45:50 AM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn24′ D|
|Feb 22 2021||1:59:36 PM||PST||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn24′ D|
|Mar 21 2021||11:45:21 PM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn24′ D|
|Apr 18 2021||7:09:10 AM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn24′ D|
|May 15 2021||1:18:02 PM||PDT||Moon||conjunct||Alhena||09°Cn24′ D|