The marking of 26 January is an important date in Australia’s history and has changed over time: starting as a celebration for emancipated convicts and evolving into what is now a celebration of Australia that reflects the nation’s diverse people.

The date has long been a difficult symbol for many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who see it as a day of sorrow and mourning.

Aboriginal people respond to Australia Day

Under the influence of Uranus

Australia on 26th January 1788 was under the influence of Uranus squaring Neptune. It was a time of yearning for freedom and rebeling against the stereotypes imposed by society, religion, and traditions. An oportunity for the pioneers of great change to make their mark. The begining of a turbulent life full of unexpected events and are strongly interested in progess and advancements.

The official day the first fleet of british Colonists invaded Australia was 26th January 1788. This date marked the beginning of an oppressive time for the aboriginal people. Their land was stolen from them and their deep spiritual connection to their land and culture denied, they were dehumanised and slaughtered. The british value system imposed on the aboriginal people, they had no choice but to bend to the will of the advances of the Brits.

Astrological Alchemy

Land spirit collective call slaughtered nation to dream fellowship. Forgiveness to heal the past, express dishonesty of the Government’s history. Australia day is this country’s Invasion day. Expose legislation dishonesty.

Astrological Alchemy is the process of identifying and understanding the astrological influences that impact an indivual, group or collective. In this instance the priority focus was on the influcence that uranus has in the first house to reveal the healing pathway forward. The message is very clear, we as a nation need to acknowledge our history as it was, not a fabricated watered down and palatable version.

The aboriginal dream time collective and reconnection with the land needs to happen but in an evolved way. Inviting non-digenous people to commune in fellowship. Acknowedgement of the past needs to happen by our government to make space for forgiveness and healing for the aboriginal people.

On this Australia/invasion day I urge you to attend an event to acknowledge and support the ancestors of our great land with the intention to heal and move forward in peace and unity with all people.

The Perth Invasion day rally will be held on 26th January 2019 in Forrest Chase from 12 noon – 3pm. For more information check out the invasion day rally event on facebook. See you there!