However, in the context of the other powerful astrological configurations of the previous weeks, the most notable being the release of the ultimate change bringer, the Uranus/Pluto square, remember this new beginning has been prepared for each of us for a long time. It is not a beginning when you just step into the unknown, unprepared. You actually may step now on the road to something you've been known for a long time you must go to: the road home, which is the real you. For those who are ready to be themselves, this is the moment!
The Sabian degree (called the Great Stone Face) is about your own archetype you are here to embody: becoming oneself.
29-30 deg Pisces
A Majestic Rock Formation Resembling A Face Is Idealized By A Boy Who Takes It As His Ideal Of Greatness, And As He Grows Up, Begins To Look Like It.
and your birth will be like this:
0-1 deg Aries
A Woman Just Risen From The Sea; A Seal Is Embracing Her
The seal here has all of its three meanings at once: acknowledgment, being recognized for what you are, being waited for; sealing the deal
a. A device or material that is used to close off or fasten an opening or connection, especially to prevent the escape of a liquid or gas: used caulk as a seal around the window.
b. An airtight closure: a door that lacks a tight seal.
c. Something, such as a piece of tape, that is placed on a product or package to show that the contents have not been tampered with.
d. The water in the trap of a drain that prevents sewer gas from escaping into a room.
a. A design used to identify a person or thing or to show that something is authentic, accurate, or of good quality: The title page is marked with the publisher's seal. Does the scale have the inspector's seal?
b. A small decorative paper sticker.
a. A die or signet having a raised or incised emblem used to stamp an impression on a receptive substance such as wax or lead.
b. The impression so made.
c. The design or emblem itself, belonging exclusively to the user: a monarch's seal.
d. A small disk or wafer of wax, lead, or paper bearing such an imprint and affixed to a document to prove authenticity or to secure it.
4. An indication or symbol regarded as guaranteeing or authenticating something: The choral director gave the program his seal of approval.
tr.v. sealed, seal·ing, seals
a. To close or fasten with a seal: seal an envelope; seal a test tube.
b. To prevent (a liquid or gas) from escaping: Charring a piece of meat seals in the juices.
c. To cover, secure, or fill up (an opening): sealed the hole in the pipe with epoxy.
d. To apply a waterproof coating to: seal a blacktop driveway.
e. To secure or prevent passage into and out of (an area). Often used with off: The police sealed off the crime scene.
2. To affix a seal to (something) in order to prove authenticity, accuracy, or quality.
3. To establish or determine irrevocably: Our fate was sealed.
4. Mormon Church To make (a marriage, for example) eternally binding; solemnize forever.
(one's) lips are sealed
Used to indicate that one will not disclose a piece of information.
Having an impression or emblem attesting to a document's authenticity and reliability."
"A spot of sunlight breaks through the clouds and shines on a vessel during the eclipse as seen in Torshavn, the capital of the Faroe Islands." 20 March 2015, 11:50 GMT.