CANCER – Forecast July 2016


by Sandy Johnson

In ancient mythology, the Moon ruled side by side with the Sun god or goddess, and was often more important than the sun, because of it’s wisdom, guidance and spiritual knowledge. The Moon affected so many aspects of life and the personality, that it was often considered to have much power. And given several different names through out history because of this. Here are just a few of the names, that the Moon has been called Selena, Phoebe, Cynthia, Artemis, Hectate and Diana. Artemis, in mythology the Moon, is considered the absolute female archetype, and the total mother and nurturer of the planet. This is best seen through the three phases of the Moon. Wherein, the waxing Moon represents the youthful maiden, the full Moon is the mother goddess, and the waning Moon is the wise old woman. Hence all the ancient lore associated with the several…

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