Looking to the stars☆☆☆☆

Good morning ♡

Happy Monday my lovlies! Another week has rolled around & to mark it, we have entered another New Moon session. In honor of Black History month & our New Moon, what better way than to pay homage to the first Black Astronomer in Black history, Mr. Benjamin Banneker. He was not Canadian but rather he was born in Ellicott Mills, Maryland on November 9th, 1731. Born to unslaved parents, Benjamin was mostly self taught, with a specific interest in Astronomy & was able to predict lunar & solar eclipses. He was the author of over 28 editions of Almanacs, providing accurate &detailed account of Astronomy. He was also known for his business relationship with Thomas Jefferson, writing letters back & forth, urging him to consider the state of Blacks in America & to consider equity. As Benjamin took great interest in the way the stars were applicable to every day life, let us look to the skies for inspiration, and feel the balance of nature. As always, what youput out is what you get back. Don’t forget to make your New Moon list! Love yourself & be yourself. Peace & Love ♡ ☆ – visit peacefulprojectblog.wordpress.com for today’s New Moon activity & quote of the day

Quote: ” Astronomy compels the soul to look upwards and leads us from this world to another.”- Plato



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