On May 26 2021 we have a total super moon, blood moon lunar eclipse. It will be visible to at 4.15 am pacific time to those in western North America and far southern South America, as well as for people watching from the Hawaiian Islands. For those in Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Southeast Asia it will be visible on the evening of the 26th.
This eclipse is the first of two eclipses this eclipse season. It sits in the middle of the eclipse portal and invites/asks us how much are we willing to let go?
Eclipses are generally portals for transformation. As the earth moves between the light exchange of the sun and moon, those of us on earth receive an energetic reset with our direct alignment between these celestial bodies. Depending on our life path, the healing we have done thus far and our soul's purpose in this lifetime we can experience the energetic reset of this eclipse as a revelation of shifts and release in our belief systems, our behavior patterns and/or our emotional makeup. The most universal and simple guideline that is coming through for this particular eclipse is for us to be ready to let go of old thought patterns both personally and collectively.
In the broadcast for this event I share a primordial goddess, Nyx. Nyx is one of the few goddesses I have come across whose story and lore seem to have remained relatively empowered and sovereign through humanity's descent into darker ages. I mention in the broadcast that even the Greeks and Romans kept her powerful in their writings of her. She was the only goddess whom Zeus actually feared.
She is here with us during this eclipse to support our awakening and releasing energetic patterns that no longer serve. She reminds us of the deeply beautiful power that comes through her, which we always have access to. This power is made more accessible to us through the May 26th eclipse. It will continue to be more and more available as we collectively release our need to be beholding to the current reality of the 3d world, and return to our true work as creators, seeding light in the higher dimensions so as to create change here in the physical plane.
Nyx, figured in the background of several to many old world religious belief systems. Notably, the image to the left shows Nyx, as represented in the 10th-century Paris Psalter at the side of the Prophet Isaiah. The Paris Psalter is a Byzantine illuminated manuscript, a copy of the 150 Psalms of David, translated from Hebrew into demotic Greek.
It is interesting to consider that she may well have figured prominently on other potentially lost religious writings. As with everything in this body of work, take only what feels good and empowering for you!
Lisa Marie Haley