LILITH IN TRANSIT

What do Lilith Transits represent? Is Black Moon Lilith instrumental in epiphany moments? It seems to behave like a faster moving Pluto with a flash of Uranus. Hades is known as the great transformer and the planet of death, Uranus is enlightenment and sudden thunderbolt change. Both these outer planets transits are usually the big life changers. Pluto can be likened to “ a Tsunami traveling at the speed of an iceberg” to quote Benjamin Bernstein. Lilith cannot compare with these two heavy weights outers, but she is still worth looking at. Like Mars, Lilith is like the igniter, the kindling to the big bonfire of transformation.

Lilith transits correspond to the Tower card in the tarot. They are a transformative “death” and also an awakening at the very same time. The French call the orgasm.”La petite mort”, which is a perfect description of a sexy Lilith transit. I As I have said before the Lilith corridor is like a cross between the 8th house and the 12th house. The 8th house is sex and death and the 12th house is wanting to merge with something greater. The 12th house is also the house of self undoing…how very appropriate.

Black Moon Lilith Transits

For transits I would only look at the Black Moon Lilith, the lunar apogee and I would only use the Mean version as the True is too fast and erratic to be meaningful. Transits to the Liliths are rather different, and this is where the Lilith corridor is useful because it is here that I have found there to be correlations with epiphany moments and Kundalini experiences.

Pluto is sexual energy, and Lilith in her tantric role resonates well with Pluto here. Lilith transits can herald an awakening as we have seen by looking at peoples Kundalini. experiences. Lilith combined with the heavy weights Pluto and Uranus can give you quite a sexual shock.

Lilith transits on their own can be felt like a sudden jolt out of patriarchal programming, milder than the full blown outer transit, more like a mini cosmic reboot. Hard aspects can be experienced quite negatively, with treachery, manipulation and sexual domination weaved into the experience. The hurt and rage of female abuse goes back a long way, which is why Lilith transits,can be so difficult to deal with. The underlying motivation behind the vengeance of a Lilith transit can be hard to pin down. Who betrayed who? The battle of the sexes is where Lilith transits can do the most damage in unenlightened couples.

The rot started 2000 years ago, when Christianity took over what was essentially a pagan, goddess worshiping culture. It was replaced with a God-fearing monotheistic belief system. The connection to the magic of nature was lost, and it became something to control and fear. With this, sexuality also became separated from spirituality. Priests were supposed to be celibate. When the matriarchal line of inheritance was abolished, it became essential to be certain who had fathered whom. So strict controls on women’s sexuality were imposed and female promiscuity demonized. But of course patriarchy wanted their cake and to eat it, therefore, women were divided into mothers and whores……

Excerpt from forthcoming book. I look at Lilith Transits during 9/11, David Icke’s Ickes Epiphany and when John Lennon met Yoko.

*I have noticed a theme of either Chiron or Jupiter being instrumental in these awakenings, when they have entered the Lilith corridor. The triple conjunction of 2009 (Jupiter/Chiron/Neptune) was responsible for some pretty intense “awakenings” in some people and I’m sure if these lot fell into your Lilith corridor you would’ve felt it! I definitely had one of these and would be interested in hearing from anyone else who had anything similar.

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Author: Marina Macario

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  1. It’s “la petite Mort”. :) Death is feminine in French.

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