We have a full moon @ 3 degrees Virgo, on Monday, February 22nd. Virgo is known for clarity and precision. Delineating this full moon is a challenge for a number of reasons. But I’m going to try.
First, the week heading into the new moon is sketchy. There are a lot of planets moving around. They nearly interact or they may interact briefly. No commitment is apparent.
This reminds me of a dance in a barn or a ballroom where people change partners, frequently. The scene changes quickly. It appears the interactions are superficial, but you really can’t tell if something significant is happening between the pairs. We all know that when certain eyes meet, that’s it!
We’re dealing with this situation all week. I would hope that the lights would go up under the full moon and all would be revealed. This could happen to some, but I don’t think it will be the norm.
For one thing, Neptune in Pisces is involved. He’ll confuse things for sure. Mars in Scorpio aspects the full moon…sort of. There are too many degrees separating the aspect to count on help from that quarter.
We’ve got the same situation with Saturn in Sagittarius. Saturn aspects the moon, but there are twelve degrees separating. Should we even consider this?
I’m thinking cops (Mars) and parents (Saturn) are out of this. Anger (Mars) and structure (Saturn) are out of this. Action (Mars) and boundaries (Saturn) are out of this. So what will happen?
Well I don’t know. I think many will feel mentally lost. But if you have a planet near 3 degrees mutable, it’s going to really be tweaked with this.
I don’t think this will be negative in the least. We’re talking about the sun, moon and Neptune here. These are not malefic planets.
As an example, I have Pluto in Virgo. It’s not that close to the full moon by degree, but I will be looking for information (Virgo) concerning the collective (Pluto) to drift in from an ethereal source (Neptune/Pisces).
That’s a huge statement to make. It’s totally logical but possibly delusional. It illustrates what we’ll be dealing with under this full moon.