Fun Astrolojew Fact: Iyar 18, the 33rd Day of the Omer aka Lag b'Omer, is ALWAYS either Moon in Sagittarius or Moon in Capricorn (depending on where it falls in the 19-year Metonic cycle upon which the Hebrew calendar / Jewish Year is based).
Sagittarius is "keshet," represented by the bow
and arrow of the archer. The symbol of the bow and arrow is historically
synonymous with the holiday of Lag b'Omer. Capricorn is ruled by Saturn
("Shabbtai"), the planet associated with the Jewish People for a
variety of reasons, not the least of which is the association of
"Shabbtai" to Shabbat.
So either way, via the bow and arrow of
Sagittarius or the Saturnian "Shabbat" energy of Capricorn, Lag b'Omer
is a holiday literally written in our stars as well as in our story. #JewishAstrology #OurCelestialHeritage
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