From Gemini to Cancer: The Gate of the Orient – a pathway into a vagina. Astrology, architecture, design & places: the astrogeographical position of the Gate of the Orient building
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In astrology the 4 cardinal divides (spring and autumn equinoxes and summer and winter solstices) reflect the differentiation between the yearly seasons of the northern hemisphere and the 4 quadrants and bodies within natal the horoscope. In astrogeography they reflect the 4 major separation lines in the morphogenetic field structure of the landscape.
From Gemini to Cancer: The Gate of the Orient
The “Gate of the Orient” or “Gate to the East” building at Suzhou, Jiangsu, China is a 300 m tall dual skyscraper completed in 2016. The design is intended to be a symbol of a gateway to the city, that emphasizes the city’s continuing significance in modern China. The design has been ridiculed to look like a pair of long underpants. Its location precisely indicates the intersection of the historical east-west-axis of Suzhou Old Town with the west bank of Jinji Lake.
Astrogeographical position for morphogenetic field level 3 (surrounding area) which describes how the building and its construction site are embedded in the land: the astrogeographic longitude coordinate of the construction site falls in the last degrees of the air sign Gemini which directly relates to the twin tower aspect (duplication of the right and left halves) here describing the gate as a pathway and road-crossing at the same time. The gate is thus located right next to the cardinal energetical divide (water divide) between the morphogentic field in Gemini with its resonance topics of presenting signposts, symbols, pathways, bridges and missing links and the neighbor field in emotional water sign Cancer the sign of motherhood, the womb, fertility, the interior, rivers, lakes and the vagina. The lake to the east of the building thus resonates with the Cancer correspondence of the morphogenetic field structure to the east of the building.
The astrogeographical topics and character of the construction site is harmoniously reflected by the upside down V-shape of the building in such a clear way as if it had been consciously planned to represent an entrance into the “vagina field” here. In terms of yearly seasons the divide between Gemini and Cancer stands for the day of the summer solstice (June 21) and the divide between spring and summer.
The position for the astrogeographical latitude of the site has the north tower in Cancer too while the south tower is situated in highly energetic magnetic royal fire sign Leo the sign of the sun, light, heart, sexuality, self-centeredness and emotional self-expression.
Another example for a building located on the divide between Gemini and Cancer: The Opus building in Dubai
The design of the Omniyat Opus Building in the center of the Burj Khalifa district of Dubai designed by Zaha Hadid architects was first revealed in 2007. The building is currently (2018) under construction. Its resemblance of a gate, keyhole or entrance of some sort represents a stunning parallel to the “Gate of the Orient” building.
The “Opus Omniyat Buiding” in Dubai is located in the same astrogeographical constellation as the “Gate to the Orient” building in Souzhou: Gemini/Cancer and Leo.
Astrogeographical position for morphogenetic field level 4 (exact adress)) which describes the atmosphere and energetical topics of the building and its construction site: one coordinate is located right on the cardinal divide between air sign Gemini and water sign Cancer. The 2nd coordinate is in highly energetic magnetic royal fire sign Leo.
Gyeongju Tower in Gemini
Gyeongju Tower is an observation tower located in the Gyeongju Expo Park, Gyeongju city in South Korea. The structure was completed on August, 14 2007 along with Gyeongju Expo Culture Center. The tower is 82 meters tall.