Now this is a word that I have never used until the past year. Lately I find myself using this word a lot. Wikipedia has an explanation that is well worth reading. Here it is:

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Life in Kowloon Walled City has often inspired the dystopian identity in modern media works.[1]
A dystopia (from Ancient Greek δυσ (dus) ‘bad’, and τόπος (tópos) ‘place’), also called a cacotopia[2] or anti-utopia, is a speculated community or society that is undesirable or frightening.[3][4] It is often treated as an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his best known work, published in 1516, which created a blueprint for an ideal society with minimal crime, violence, and poverty. The relationship between utopia and dystopia is in actuality, not one simple opposition, as many utopian elements and components are found in dystopias as well, and vice versa.[5][6][7]

Dystopias are often characterized by fear or distress,[3] tyrannical governments, environmental disaster,[4] or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Themes typical of a dystopian society include: complete control over the people in a society through the usage of propaganda, heavy censoring of information or denial of free thought, worshiping an unattainable goal, the complete loss of individuality, and heavy enforcement of conformity.[8] Despite certain overlaps, dystopian fiction is distinct from post-apocalyptic fiction, and an undesirable society is not necessarily dystopian. Dystopian societies appear in many fictional works and artistic representations, particularly in stories set in the future. Famous examples include George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949), Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (1932), and Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 (1953). Dystopian societies appear in many sub-genres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, or technology. Some authors use the term to refer to existing societies, many of which are, or have been, totalitarian states or societies in an advanced state of collapse. Dystopias, through an exaggerated worst-case scenario, often make a criticism about a current trend, societal norm, or political system.[9]” Wikipedia.


Black and white tiles are found in secret and not so secret society gathering places. It is a symbol of of the dark and light forces that exist in this dimension we live in. Just because they use this does not mean that this group, ‘owns’ this symbol! We are seeing clubs that harbour lower vibration partiers called Karma or Tantra, ancient Vedic terms that have very deep meanings and entire mystical schools behind them, but are used as tantalizing marketing ploys. Sacred words like Akasha, or OM, or Sattva, are slapped on businesses that have no idea neither interest in understanding the history of the word. People making all kinds of hand symbols on social media, that have ancient meanings, and are designed to communicate that they are on the , ‘inside’ of particular group. All of this is getting very dystopic! People are either clueless or confused. Where is the respect?


This is the description given in the ancient Vedas on how to recognize Kali Yuga. Read through it and you will understand that this is our current cosmic cycle. Below is taken from www.sivasakti.com:

Linga Purana says: “the people of Kali Yuga are stimulated by the lowest instincts. They chose false ideas and concepts over the authentic ones, they have no hesitation in persecuting the wise, the envy torments them, negligence, disease, hunger and fear will spread.

The water will be very rare. Certain areas of some countries will oppose to others. The sacred books will not be respected any longer. The people will have no morals, and they will have a tendency towards sectaries. In the Iron Age, the false and deceiving doctrines will spread more and more.

People will be scared because they no longer respect the rites and they no longer listen the words of the sages.

Many will perish. The number of prices and agricultures will gradually decrease. The working classes will want to accede to the royal power and to the knowledge, rest and beds of their neighbors. The great majority of the new leaders will be of working class origin and they will obstinately pursue the priests and those who gained the knowledge.

They will kill the unborn child and they will murder their heroes. The low class (sudra) will pretend they were Brahmins, and the priests are like workers.

The thieves will become kings, and the kings will be like thieves. The number of the women who are prostitutes will increase.

The stability and balance of the four classes of society and of the four ages of life will disappear. The land will be very fertile in some places, bare, and unproductive in others.

The ruling classes will confiscate all proprieties and will use it badly. They will cease to protect the people. Worthless people, who have obtained through doubtful means a certain degree of knowledge without the power to use it, will be called wise men.

People who are not born to be fighters will become kings. The scientists will serve mediocre people, full of vanity and hatred.

The priests will lower themselves, selling sacraments. There will be a lot of people moving around from country to country, and the number of men will decrease, while the number of women will increase.

The predators will become more and more violent. The number of cows will decrease. Well-intended people will quit in playing an active role.

Already prepared food will be sold. The sacred books will be sold at the corner of the street. The young girls will sell their virginity. The god of clouds will give the rains unevenly. The salesmen will do dirty business and they will be surrounded by pretentious philosophers.

There will be plenty of beggars and people without work. Everybody will use low and harsh words. Nobody can be trusted at this time. People will be jealous of each other and they will not be able to do any free, disinterested service to anyone.

The degradation of the virtues and the censorship of hypocrite puritans will mark the end of Kali Yuga. There will be no more kings. The wealth and crops will diminish. The cities and villages will be filled with groups of bandits. Water and fruits will be wanted. The people supposed to ensure the protection of the people will not protect them.

The rapes will be frequent. Many children will be born when the life-hope will not be over 16 years. The adventurers will appear as monks with their heads shaved wearing orange garments, and beads around their necks.

The wheat will be stolen. The thieves will rob other thieves. People will become inactive, lethargic, without purpose and motivation. Diseases and poisonous substances will torment all people. Consumed by fear, people will find refuge in subterranean places, named (kausika).

The cases of the people living for 100 years will be rare. Sacred writings will be altered, and the rites neglected. The vagabonds will be many. Unqualified individuals will pass for experts in morals and religion. Many will massacre women, children, and cows and then they will kill among themselves.” (Linga Purana, cap. 40)


It took me many years to understand Pisces. Pisces is the last sign of the zodiac and represents death and the end of a cycle. Pisces can produce the sweetest purest most delicate souls that have great such a sensitivity that what is considered normal by many is almost lethal for them.

On the other hand, Pisces also represents the illusion, addiction and dystopia. Confusing? Yes, well we live on a planet and in a dimension that is polarized.

This full Moon sees us in very strange times indeed. Many see and perceive nothing unusual because their level of consciousness has been dimmed by generations of GMO’s, vaccinations, media or the ever increasing EMF’s.


Pisces also rules Faith. Faith is the belief in a higher force we call God.

Your body temple is an attractor field and whatever you believe in the deepest part of your Being sends out a frequency and then attracts the same. Look at the results you are receiving in your life to see what message you are sending out to the universal cosmic reception line.

As souls moving in and out of different lives we carry the imprint of past lives that can be seen in your birth chart. Some souls get caught up in a repeating cycle which we can see in the chart. If you are on the path to spiritual evolution and continued personal growth, becoming familiar with your own birth chart and the ongoing transits, is essential if you want to co-navigate your journey. Now is good. JUMP!

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