The Zoroastrian Sarve or Cypress of Abarkhu
The Zoroastrian Sarve or Cypress of Abarkhu is located in Sagittarius
Compare: The tree of Life, Árbol del Tule with the stoutest trunk of any tree in the world, Bristlecone Pine Forest: Sagittarius as the Sign of Conifers, The largest Cashew tree on the planet, General Sherman Tree, The Tree of Life in astrogeography, Santa Barbara’s Moreton Bay Fig Tree, The Chapel Oak in astrogeography, Zoroastrian Sarve or Cypress of Abarkhu.
Sagittarius as the sign of conifers: the Zoroastrian Sarve or Sarv-e Abar-Kuh in Iran is estimated to be between 4000 & 4,500 years old and a national monument in Iran. It is 82 feet high and has a girth of 37.8 feet.
Astrogeographical position for morphogenetic field level 4 which describes the atmosphere and energetical topics of the tree itself: the magical Zoroastrian Sarve is located right on the divide between spiritual air sign Aquarius sign of the sky, heaven, self finding, paradise, reconnection and inspiration & spiritual water sign Pisces sign of the spiritual plane, imagination, temples, mystification and in this case the indicator for the water supply. The 2nd coordinate is located in dynamic fire sign Sagittarius the sign of pine trees and of conifers in general.
The combination of the two astrological indicators for the spiritual plane and indicators for temple sites with Sagittarius the sign of shamanism and priests suggests that the site has been used for shamanistic purposes and initiation.
Why would Sagittarius be so directly related to conifers especially firs and pine trees? Several aspects should be considered: the conic shape, the wide bottom and thin top which resembles pointing at a direction, the thick and intense resin with its capacity to burn clearly relates to the fire element. The fact that the resin is like an inner heat which prevents the branches and even the leaves from freezing is another clear aspect of the fire element.,