Astrology, Art & Nature: the astrogeographical position of the impressive rock formation on the west coast of Ireland
The Cliffs of Moher are an impressive wall of rock on the central west coast of Ireland. Rising between 120 and 214 m above the sea they have their name from an old castle Moher, which once stood on Hag’s Head, the southernmost point of the cliffs. The cliffs consist mainly of beds of Namurianshale and sandstone.
Astrogeographic position for morphogenetic field level 2 which describes how the appr. 10 km long cliffs are embedded in the region: an astrogeographical explanation for the presence of the impressive wall of cliffs lies in the position of the by far largest part in highly defensive, solid, fixed water sign Scorpio a natural indicator for blocks and strongholds. Scorpio is also the most important astrological indicator for sculpting statues out of the rock “in situ” which means at the place..The 2nd coordinate of the coastline here lies in air sign Gemini the sign of small winds.
The sculptors of the cliffs of Moher are the ocean, rains and winds (Gemini).
The example of Acoma Pueblo
The natural rock fortress of Acoma Pueblo is a typical example for a fortress located in Scorpio with Aries