Watch your personal documentary unfold!
Tapping into the ancient art of Symbology accelerates your connection to your Soul. Soul memories are housed in the right brain. The right brain accesses information through pictures and imagery. The Sabian Symbols are based on the degrees of your planets and these sacred images reconnect you to your Soul energy design in the most profound way. The Lunar Ladies approach opens the doorway between your inner feelings and your conscious mind and is a powerful modality to awaken yourself and your Destiny.
For Visual Artists
This empowering Oracle is great for visual artists and those whose learning styles are visual.
For Water Element Signs
Those who are ruled by Neptune and the Water Element signs, Pisces, Cancer and Scorpio, will really feel the depths that this oracle can take you.
Creative writers will really understand how to connect and work with the characters and storylines to retell their personal myth, who they are and what life purpose they have come to fulfill.
“My Soul Purpose reading with Shannon and traveling through my Sabian Symbols was mind blowing. I am familiar with many of my past lives and karmic themes and they came alive through these archetypal images and stories ~ some quite literally and from present time! The images and their symbolic meanings allowed me to deeply honor some very painful experiences and hold parts of myself in a way that is beyond words. I have beautiful images for my vision board ~ the sweet morning dew, rising mist from the waterfalls of life and gold at the end of the rainbow 🌈❤️✨”
– Kelley Kessler, Shaman
Sabian Symbol History
The Sabian people were an ancient race of alchemists, living in Harran, a city on the banks of the Euphrates River in Mesopotamia, where astrology is said to have originated. Harran existed from the third millennium BC to the thirteenth century AD. It was the repository for the philosophy of the ancient Chaldeans, who were among the founders of astrology. The Sabians were alchemists who were into talismanic magic and hermeticism. Michael Baigent in his book ‘From the Omens of Babylon’ describes talismanic magic as “the magic whereby a deity’s power is attracted or coerced down to be concentrated into a physical object.. It is, perhaps, analogous to a huge spiritual lens which might magnify and concentrate the powers from above.”
In early Babylonia the moon—cult was the national religion: the name Chaldeans means ‘moon—worshippers’. As the religion was gradually wiped out elsewhere, the Sabian people maintained and developed the tradition of Chaldean astrology. They built temples to planets and their rather sophisticated system of alchemy linked the 7 planets (as were known then) with metals, colors and numbers. They worked with talismans, oracles and magic. The last temple that was left standing was a moon temple, destroyed by the Tartars in AD 1032. The sect itself disappeared during Mongol invasions of the thirteenth century, when its water supply was diverted to a neighboring town.