For one thing, there is one hell of a lot of Cardinal (controlling) energy in play. The Sun, the full Moon and Jupiter will form a Cardinal T-square. We’ll also have Uranus and Pluto squared off in the Cardinal signs.
On top of that, Mercury is conjunct Saturn in Scorpio. This also describes Cardinal energy, so you can expect to feel pressure, hit walls, and run up against deadlines.
Now if you thrive on (harsh) competition, then you’ll probably love this. But if you’ve had your fill of that, I think I have a key that will allow you to benefit from the energy this eclipse will create, pretty easily.
See that chair? Frank Lloyd Wright designed it. The only problem with Frank’s chairs is that people keep tipping over in them. It’s a bit of a puzzle, because we learn in Geometry that any three points, not in a line, create a plane.
That fact aside, people did tip over in these chairs. Eventually they had to be redesigned with four legs. This is what I thought of when I looked at the chart of the eclipse in Aries.
The Sun (in Libra) and Moon (in Aries) aspect Jupiter in Cancer, the sign of it’s exaltation. That alone offers some protection, but there are only three points involved.
Jupiter promises an opportunity. To take advantage of it, I think you’ve got to pull in that fourth leg. It’s not there. You’ve got to add it. So as we head into this eclipse think in terms of inclusion. How can you pull in the disenfranchised and make them part of the whole?
I can tell you this for sure: Jupiter in exaltation is not going to bless the prejudiced, or the mean, the cruel, the elite…you get the idea.
Be the hero (Aries) who opens (Jupiter) their heart to others (Libra) who may be oppressed or down on their luck (Capricorn). If not, then when you tip over, don’t blame me!
Where does the eclipse falls in your chart? How can you be open in this area of your life?