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AUTUMN | 2023 Seasonal Lunar Calendar & Illustration

AUTUMN | 2023 Seasonal Lunar Calendar & Illustration

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The astronomical fall season in the Northern Hemisphere is initiated by the Autumnal Equinox on Friday, September 22nd, when the sun’s center crosses the celestial equator north to south, resulting in an almost equal duration of day and night.


32pt uncoated, textured,
mohawk superfine paper, with blue seam


6x9 in, double-Sided

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  • Saturn (the god of seeds, crops and harvest) is the most clearly visible of the planets for the longest duration during this season.

    Zȃzȇl - the dark spiritual Seal of Saturn, marks the top of the design.

    The Sphinx is aligned with the sunset at the Equinox’s as the sun sets over its right shoulder. Planting sunflower seeds at this time will see them bloom during the following Summer Solstice.

    Equinox - ‘equal night’.

    The Mayan ‘Day of No Shadows’ was portrayed at both Equinoxes by the descent of Quetzalcoatl’s shadow to Earth. This phenomena also aligned with the Pleiades (Tzab or rattle of the snake in Mayan) signifying an important connection with the Kuxan Suum (the roots or etheric fibres from each star that connects with the earth within the galactic cycle of 26,000 years).

  • The central goddess figure represents the peaceful, egalitarian and matrifocal religions of old Europe and the Equinoctial alignments at the Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples of Malta - a place of particular historical significance in the context of goddess worship, astrology and resonance.“To renew the self in the edges of its shadow” is an invitation to experience the phenomena of equal length of day and night as the dissolution of the self into the other.

    In Lak’ech - I am the other you.

    Artwork & Notes by Ventral is Golden