After an almost five-year journey to the solar system’s largest planet, NASA’s Juno spacecraft successfully entered Jupiter’s orbit during a 35-minute engine burn.
Calm, not order, out of chaos.
The king sits on his stone high-back throne atop a stone mount. He’s wearing a blue tunic and a red and yellow cape. He holds a cup in his right hand and a scepter in his left. He sits calmly amid turbulent seas, under a Grey sky. To his left there’s a ship moving away in the distance. To his right there’s a fish that has come up out of the water. (This is probably the same fish that’s in the cup held by the Page of Cups.
The left hand refers to sending out power, energy, and to banishing. The right refers to attraction, taking in energy, abundance.
Unmoved by the chaos around him, he sits calmly.
This is a time of patience, and endurance. Keep your cool. The seas and whatever storms come will right themselves.
You planted them, they’re growing, but they’re not ripe yet. Keep taking care of them, and the time to pick them will come. It’s okay to rest a bit.
Whatever we’re working on is starting to bear fruit, and we can see it, but it’s not rewarding us yet. Again we have a Grey sky which speaks of holding patterns…things not quite ready.
Having is often much less pleasing than wanting.
A man leaves behind his possessions. He walks away from everything with the clothes on his back and a staff. There’s an eclipse happening. The future is uncertain, but the situation is such that the unknown is now preferable to the pain he had been feeling.
Mongolian Gypsy Fusion
composed by Enkhjargal Dandarvaanchig & Mathias Duplessy