zodiac doesn't have a tapir 13 / 26, open culture bottle project

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Bottle Launch From the beach in Toulon, France into the Mediterranean by Frederick Baker on September 30, 2016 in the afternoon. Latitude 43.1242° N, Longitude 5.9280° E
 
 
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Zodiac Doesn't Have a Tapir bottle tossed from shore by way of Toulon, France by Frederick Baker–thank you, so much Fred!!! These bottles are starting to get around–Adriatic, Atlantic, Pacific, and now the Mediterranean! Researching open-source images to use in the collages, I came across a lot of stunning zodiac and constellation imagery, and at the same time, I came across this melancholy-aspected tapir. I imagined that the Moon Goddess did not want this sullen animal as part of any constellation, and thus, not part of the zodiac, either.
 

Also auspicious is that this particular bottle was thrown at the advent of a Black Moon, where a moon renews itself  twice in the space of a month. The Black New Moon brings with it a mysterious dark impression due to it being in the shade, however, it is a highly positive influence that will draw out our intuitive, perceptive qualities as well as encouraging us to bravely embrace our weaknesses and unlock our strengths...it is particularly linked to the hypnotic and magnificent Goddess Lilith. Lilith is associated with sexual energy, creativity, rebellion, and feminine power. She is a symbol of divine matriarchal energy that refuses to be dominated or controlled."– Alex Myles, Elephant Journal.