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Vol. III: Astro-Rayology
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Tapestry of the Gods
Volume III
by Michael D. Robbins

in progress

Interpretations of Famous People by Ray, Sign and Life Emphasis
With Explanations of All Astrological and Rayological Elements

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Moon in Aries

The “Prison of the Soul”; A Major Handicap or Limitation originating within the Lunar Vehicles:

  • An unregulated, impulsive form life.
  • The prison of misused, ill-directed, unreflectively expressed personality force.

A Major Fear Originating within the Form Life:

  • The fear of discipline and regulation.
  • The fear of restraint in pursuit of the satisfaction of desire

The Challenge of a Possible Transformation and Transcendence of the Tendencies of the Lunar Vehicles:

  • The major challenges presented by this position can be met by the initiatory will to overcome the unguided tendencies of the form.
  • The Aries Moon can indicate (once transmutation and transformation have occurred) an immediately soul-responsive collection of lunar vehicles, rapidly ready to ‘follow the orders’ of the soul.
  • The customary inertia of the lunar vehicles is easily overcome. The lunar vehicles stand ready for rapid mobilization in the cause of the soul.

The Moon in Aries as the Veil of Vulcan:

The Moon always veils a planet. In the case of the undeveloped man, the Moon (in most cases) veils Vulcan, the planet of the obduracy of matter.

  • Crude, impulsive and un­measured response may be expected when such a veiling is in effect.
  • The individual does not yet have sufficient incarnational experience to know how to co-measure his responses in a manner appropriate to circumstance. As a result great mistakes and blunders can occur.

The Moon in Aries as the Veil of Neptune:

  • When the Moon in Aries veils Neptune, one can expect an ardent longing for an ideal state more archetypal than actual. The wish-life will soar. There may also be strong desires to begin the process of incarnating the ideal (for Aries has much of the form-related first and seventh rays).

The Moon in Aries as the Veil of Uranus:

The Moon in Aries veils Uranus in the charts of disciples and initiates.

  • Such a placement inclines towards strong initiatives to transmute and transform the lunar nature through the agency of fire.
  • Detachment from the emotional life is achieved without much difficulty; the lunar life is subjected to a “new order” to which it readily responds.
  • Breaking from established habit patterns is a natural tendency.
  • At this stage of evolution, the emotions are readily controlled by the will and mind, which both Aries and Uranus represent.

Individuals with the Moon in Aries

John Adams
Sir Francis Bacon
Cyrano de Bergerac
Sarah Bernhardt
Leonard Bernstein
Lucrezia Borgia
Marlon Brando
Robert Browning
Al Capone
Benvenuto Cellini
Michel de Cervantes
Gaetano Donizetti
Enrico Fermi
Galileo Galilei
Bill Gates
Henry VIII
Heinrich Himmler
Jim Jones
Immanuel Kant
Martin Luther
Edward Bulwer Lytton
Abraham Maslow
A. A. Michelson
Sir Thomas More
Dr. Francis Regardie
Pierre Auguste Renoir
Maximillian Robespierre
George Sand
Albert Schweitzer
Algernon Swinburne
Rabindranath Tagore
Giuseppe Verdi
Noah Webster
Duchess of York


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updated February 2008