Kingston Zodiac Walk Pisces
The next full moon walk will be into Pisces on Thursday 5th March 2015
Meeting 12pm in the car park of Cranford Park, The Parkway, Hounslow, TW5 9RZ.
Not so easy to get to by public transport.
Nearest underground: Piccadilly Hounslow West
Overground: Hayes and Harlington
There may be so good bus routes.
• Bring water & umbrella just in case, and wrap up warm!
• We will be walking on grass and possible muddy puddle pathways this time, however please dress in suitable attire, good walking shoes, trainers. Not flip flops! You may want to wear wellies at this time of year!
• The walk will go ahead no matter what the weather conditions are, and bring a bottle of water as we are not always near shops or cafes.
Kingston Zodiac Talk
You are also invited to a talk on the Kingston Zodiac which is at Steiner House on the evening of Thursday 5th March at 7.30pm. 35 Park Road, London NW1 6XT
More information on the walk into Pisces:
Pisces is a feminine water sign, the 12th and last in the cycle of the zodiac, while spiralling into the next cycle for regeneration to begin once again.
The sign of the Fishes is ruled by expansive Jupiter and aquatic Neptune.
At this apt point in time, coinciding with the Full Moon in Virgo, we shall be walking the grounds around Cranford Park close to the river Crane.
We shall then be within one of the fish shapes that Mary Caine also observed in the districts of Hayes & Heston, floating alongside the modern M4 motorway.
The Manor of Cranford was held by the aristocratic Berkeley family for many centuries. The house is gone, but the stable block remains in a relatively quiet countryside environment for all to walk, explore and enjoy.
Pisces relate to the feet in the human body. The soles of our feet, in contact with mother Earth allows a natural charge to be exchanged with the nature of place.
The Liver and blood circulation, also relate to Pisces as they relate directly to our internal blood fluid refining system.
Perhaps the Mystic and mysterious giant wing-spanned white Crane once migrated and landed hereabouts in swampy heathlands before the airport.
The Church at Cranford is dedicated to St Dunstan (as is Feltham church) once Abbot of Glastonbury Abbey, who no doubt travelled this way along the Old Bath Road. Links to Glastonbury Zodiac and the fact that Saxon Kings of his time were enthroned at Kingston upon Thames.
Symbolically the sign of the fishes was adopted by early Gnostic Christianity, as they recognised the Age of change they were entering 2000 years ago. By immersion into water to live afresh, this perfectly described the act of baptism.
Pisces is mystically inclined and the influence of Jupiter lends a cheerful attitude to life, helps against adversity.