We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started, And know the place for the first time. ~T.S. Eliot Four Quartets

09 November 2007

The tide is high..

Its the new moon today, and I am still feeling rather tense and generally stressed, although last night I had a bit of an epiphany and will be working hard to change my patterns. I felt very relieved to read what the Astrologer had to say about today's new moon as well:

The New Moon in Scorpio invites us to bring conscious change into our lives. If you’re like most of us, some painful issues may have come up in the last day or two

It would seem that this new moon is particularly powerful as evidenced by the tidal surge that's happening in the north sea and flooding parts of the east coast of England. The surge was expected to hit this morning starting from the north Humberside right down to Kent, and Great Yarmouth has already been flooded. Residents of Norfolk have been evacuated with police going door to door to warn people, while some surfers have gone out to ride the waves. The height of the surge happens around once every 20 years or so, so this is indeed a momentous week.

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