Black New Moon and the Black Madonna

A beautiful post by Jamie! I especially love this part:
“In this case, Wisdom is what got repressed, shunned, negated, and (it was hoped) erased (but she’s persistent, this one, and had her Keepers of the Flame all along the way).

“But by virtue of the symbolism, the Black Madonna:

“’… has no qualms with standing for humanity, for Wisdom or the Heart, for authentic being, or standing up to power that has been abused and become tyrannical, oppressive, and socio- and psychopathic. That means outside of us, as well as where we’ve internalized the ‘voice of tyranny’.’”
Much more when you click through….

Sophia's Children

Dark new, crescent moon. Public domain photo from NASA. Dark new, crescent moon. Public domain photo from NASA.

The second of two new moons in Aquarius is called a ‘black moon’ because it’s the third of four new moons in the season (there are usually just three).

When I saw the ‘black moon’ reference at Earthsky.org, theBlack Madonna arose in my awareness.

She’s been surfacing for me again anyway in recent months, not that she’s ever that far away.

But there’s always something very timely when the Black Madonna comes calling.

The Black Madonna, like Durga, arises when she’s most needed. Like now.

How might the Black Moon Aquarius and the Black Madonna be related?

We can only open to inspiration and Divine guidance on that, since both are linked to Mystery and the ‘field of pure potentiality’ from which all manifest life is born.

Let’s look at a few clues and see what they might…

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Susan M on February 18, 2015 at 1:47 pm

    Thank you for posting this Laura. I’m focusing on optimism and opportunities presenting themselves as I recently was “downsized” from my job and am eager to see what’s next in my career path.

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  2. All the best to you in this new stage of your journey, Susan. Somehow it feels like this will be a positive turn for you!

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