Bulls Eye

Image: Pleiadian Stars 
  BULLS EYE
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‘By the Gods, it’s all of them’
 he’d shouted;
 .
 How could they have doubted?
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 At a distance of 444.2 light years;
 closest constellation cluster to earth.
 In eye of Taurus of great central sun,
 the essence of cosmos rises up AN/ON.
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 Sacred solar heavenly wheels turn,
 new octaves of experience, learned.
 Starry infusions of greater reality,
 attaining of freedom and mastery.
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 Merging magnetic veils at last,
 Aeons of preparation, have passed.
 Hey diddle, diddle, Taranis of skies,
 turning about cosmic circles of life.
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 God of thunder, powers of lightening,
 celestial forces,  perpetual reuniting. 
 Benevolent ‘Sky Wheel God’ of virility,
 vital for wealth, health and fertility.  
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 Sound the bronze Druid’s horn,
 mimic the rumbling of bull’s roar.
 Spiral dances, dream all awake,
 the choice is yours, to partake. 
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 Pleiadians of ‘Seven Sisters realms’
 ‘Bid you God speed and fare thee well’ 
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 Victoria Healing 2.3.2021
 BULLS EYE 

Taranis ~ at the Bull Ring ~ Birmingham, UK

‘We are seven sisters, 

twinkling all in one, above the back of Taurus.

We are dancing for the moon.

We are shining in the sky.’ ~ Pleiadian Stars 

References:

Meet Taurus

Zodiac Zone: Meet Taurus ♉

Pleiades:

500 light years from planet Earth is a small cluster of seven stars located in the” Constellation of Taurus of the Bull” known as Pleiades. The cluster is actually the eye of the bull in the constellation of Taurus.

The distance to the Pleiades can be used as a key first step to calibrate the cosmic distance ladder. As the cluster is relatively close to the Earth,

The name “seven sisters” has been used for the Pleiades in the languages of many cultures, including indigenous groups of AustraliaNorth America and Siberia. This suggests that the name may have a common ancient origin.[40]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pleiades#Folklore_and_mythology

Taranis: 

Forming the profile of a Bull’s face is a V or K-shaped asterism of stars. 

In Celtic mythology Taranis was the mighty god of thunder. In Welsh and Breton the word for thunder is taran.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taranis#Etymology

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taurus_(constellation)#Features

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“I am the child of earth and starry heaven.” – Petelia Tablet 

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Hypothetically Speaking:

Image: The Dish. David Magro Photography

‘Hey diddle, diddle’ nursery rhyme.

Among these origin stories are: that the figures in the rhyme refer to constellations in the night sky: Cow – Taurus, the Bull. The Dog: ~ Canis minor ~ The Dog Star. 

DRUID ANIMAL ORACLE

Bull: Wealth. Beneficience. Potency

~ Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm  

https://justsayins.wordpress.com/2019/04/07/time-of-our-lives/

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