September 2020 brings with it the invitation of transformation. September the number 9. In numerology the number 9 represents completion, in a cyclical sense; it's about the ending of one cycle and the potential it creates for another cycle to begin. The 9 in Numerology acts as an usher in this process of transition or transformation.
This September also ring with it the massage of larger cycles of completion which have been stirred up in 2020. We have a new moon on the 17th which is the first of three super new moons in a row, followed by a total solar eclipse on December 14 (solar eclipses always happen on new moons). So we're getting the invitation right now with this first super new moon to truly sense what it is that we want to create inner lives and our world.
Transformation is a bit of a double edged sword, we have to let go of something old in order to make space for the new. We must go through some kind of death process in order to be reborn. We are living in the times of transformation, in many ways it is easy to feel the death of old, the shifting of structures, and the need for rebirth. To help us in the process we have Lilith. Lilith is often known as "Black Moon Lilith".
In the words of Dr Bairavee:
"Black Moon Lilith is the lunar (mean) apogee. It at the furthest possible point the Moon could be from the Earth, assuming a regular elliptical orbit.
If we consider the planets at play, we see a point of hypothetical presence on the same plane as a line drawn through the center of the Earth and the Moon, if it was directly behind the Earth. The Moon itself has no light save for what it reflects from the Sun or what is refracted from the Earth’s own atmosphere. It gives no light to the Black Moon."
In my mind Lilith has always represented the aspects of the unknown beyond our 3d world, the darkness that is present encompassing empty space that gives birth to all things new and light. Lilith exists beyond our physical world, and beyond the light that we can see with our physical eyes. In the broadcast I discuss how she has potentially been misrepresented in the past and held in a negative and fearful light.
I share how the stories of her existence may point to her true power, which is ultimately our own true power. In my experience one of Lilith's most powerful messages is that she is us and we are her. Below I share two images that show Lilth. In the image on left she is the female linked to the serpent (kundalini) power in the Garden of Eden. In the image on right she is the unseen feminine energy experienced in the darkness of night coming from beyond the moon.
Lisa Marie Haley