Date: Sunday 24th March 2019
Time: 10:30 am for 11:00 am
Venue: Shamballah, near Cape Point (directions)
Black Moon Lilith – The Unseen Factor
Much of Lilith’s power lies in the dark. Like a blind spot that needs to be mirrored to be seen.
Mirrored through events and others, Lilith serves as an initiator and mostly as a scapegoat. Often confused with the darker powers of Scorpio and Capricorn, black moon Lilith shares certain qualities with them. Feared from the beginning for her unyielding strength and demand of equality.
She plays a largely unknown and often misinterpreted role from the very beginning of mankind….
She was the first wife of Adam, according to the scripts, she even gave birth to him! In that sense, Lilith is the Great Mother, both giver and taker of life and the most encompassing female power there is.
So much power can only be feared and therefore demonized. The story goes that a fight broke out between Adam and Lilith as she Was not prepared to “lie underneath” Adam – meaning in essence, she refused to be anything less than equal! It was not superiority she demanded. No. Simply one thing – total and uncompromising equality of the genders!
As the story continues Lilith opted to leave paradise rather than to be made inferior and did not falter when threatened. The challenge with Lilith is that if you are not able to hold her power, her power will have a hold over you! And there is always a price to pay!
About Michaela Meiser
I was born in Austria on 9 October 1966 and emigrated to South Africa in late 1988 after meeting a South African in my last year of studying for my tourism college degree in Salzburg. My sons were born here in 1990 and 1992 and I started studying astrology with Monica Cromhout in 1999. Soon after I met Marelna du Plessis on one of the CAA talks and embarked on her 2 year course on Polarity Therapy, before moving back to Austria with my sons in late 2002 for their international education. Although still in the travel business full time, my passion for astrology and polarity have remained. Further courses over the years have also taken me into a more psychological and philosophical direction and I am currently studying with the Faculty in London to gain my Diploma.