"Every man is a moon and has a side which he turns toward nobody: you have to slip around behind if you want to see it” (Mark Twain).
The various phases of the moon alternate between darkness and light, making merely a part of Earth’s only natural satellite visible, the epitome of sensual, mysterious and constantly evolving femininity. Through the light that is altered by its phases, each of us rediscovers our own potential, which is deeply connected to nature and the universe, in a continuous interplay between the visible and the invisible. It is no coincidence that many artists plan their work around the ebb and flow of its energetic power.
The Scorpius constellation completes this “astral chart” that so favours creativity and fertility. Its brightest star, Antares, distinguished by an unusual red hue that borders on orange, contrasts with Shaula, which is formed by the three stars that make up the “tail” of Scorpius, emerging from the darkness with the cold light of its sidereal aura.