March 20th is the spring equinox, and at the same time, March 21st, the new year of the Sun begins, as the Sun enters the first degree of Aries.
Solar year cycle
New Year in Persia begins in the spring equinox. There is 32 years sequence in the Persian calendar. The main calendar rhythm, which is the basis – is a 32-year cycle associated with the movement of Saturn, a planet named “ruler of time.” He previously had a cycle of circulation around the Sun for 32 years. Each year of this calendar has its symbol and has a symbol of the totem – the sacred animal.
Can you say how many can that new year be? For centuries, the ancient traditions of various nations have explored different patterns and incorporated that information into their sacred texts, providing invaluable knowledge that is worth taking into account.
Those born in the Year of the Cheetah
People born in the Year of the Cheetah are combative, unstoppable, unpredictable, fond of challenges, fearless, determined to do everything, graceful, intense, piercing, strong, agile, and fast. They are very independent, cunning, lonely, appearing when no one expects them. They are noble fighters. Cheetah seeks to predict any danger, like to fight. The character combines sharp aggressiveness and “cat” grace, playfulness, and variability. They are prone to innovation, very active, intelligent; their rich emotions are mixed with penetrating minds, they make decisions independently. They are not afraid of anything but do not risk where more can be achieved by cunning.
Cheetahs always seem to go straight, but they know how to step back while maintaining loyalty to their interests. Prudent, not afraid to change the direction of their movement at any time, they can attack from ambush when no one expects it.
They are honest, determined, noble people, defenders by nature. Honest, but not necessarily attached, they are loyal to their interests, can change their plans, reorient quickly, and have broad interests. Cheetahs ingeniously calculate the pros and cons, know how to predict the danger, and find the optimal way out of the situation.
Cheetahs like to live in large spaces, are fast, and learn how to live in extreme situations. They are very attractive to the opposite sex and know how to use it, like the ” cat-mouse ” game. Always ready to defend family friends.
The year’s symbol is a warrior with a fire sword that defeats darkness (similar to the archangel Michael).
Their charisma (gift) is courage.
The ultimate task is to be an active fearless warrior-defender, to unmask evil and destroy it with a powerful lightning strike.
The year is associated with Shakrevar (Best Government). It is the commander of the army of heaven who fights the forces of evil and darkness. He is the saint patron of soldiers at risk, active, brave, and fighting injustice. He gives them strength and courage.
The year of the cheetah continues the trends of the previous year – the Horse. But in the Year of the Horse, verbal struggles usually occur, and various law regulations are introduced. In the Year of the Cheetah, the struggle manifests itself directly – as military conflicts, battles, and coups. Those who fight for justice win – support and strength are given to them this year.
- It is a year of fighting, of leaders and fighters.
- It is necessary to be determined and able to live in extreme situations, use courage and quick reaction, and accept challenges this year.
- You must be a strategist, a warrior-defender, ready to make decisions, to protect family, relatives, friends, homeland this year.
- If necessary, you must be able to change direction but not betray your core values, not lose sight of the goal with a broad horizon.
- Don’t get lost, don’t be scared, don’t get upset (antitotem – hyena or amoeba), don’t expect to live in a comfort zone – not this year.
- Don’t forget playfulness (cheetah is a playful animal when not hunting. And when hunting, too).
Let the light conquer the darkness in all areas of life in the spring equinox!