On 17 September 2020 there was a Perigee New Moon at 25 Virgo on the 233 year anniversary of the signing of the Constitution and every year around September 17 the Sun returns also known as a Solar Return. See chart below.
September 17, 1787 (in 2020 that is 233 years ago) the approved Constitution was signed by thirty-nine delegates from twelve states (all but Rhode Island). Delegate John Dickinson, was ill and not present, so he had George read and sign his name by proxy.
George Washington, as president of the convention, was the first to sign it. The other delegates signed by state in strict congressional voting order. Washington, however, signed near the right margin, and so when the delegates ran out of space beneath his signature, they began a second column of signatures to the left.
Jackson, the convention secretary, also signed as a witness.
“…the movement of the Myth (in the United States) has been from theocracy to democracy, from frugality to consumerism, from severity to comfortableness, from communitarian self-sacrifice to preoccupation with the Gross National Product. In other words, when people talk about the American dream nowadays, they are thinking more of comfort, convenience, secure jobs, home and manicured lawns, and all the rest of modern amenities.”
What would it take for us to be willing to live this in our personal lives?
What would it take for this to be the reality we live going forward?
Honored that Dr Christiane Northrup read from this article in this video!
For those who are interested here is a Noon Chart for the Day the Constitution was signed. The Place should be Philadelphia so will hopefully get that updated soon but it won’t change this chart much!