Wednesday morning the Moon sails along at the end of the sign. Three years ago I wrote: If you’re not Mick Jagger, watch your swagger. I have no idea what I meant by that, but it seems pretty timely now. With the Sun opposite Neptune and square Saturn and Mars, do enjoy the swish of the early day mood but also keep your eyes open. Regardless of what the songs say, not everybody loves a lover. Still, plenty do!
The Moon moves to Virgo where it spends the rest of the day on its runup to a new moon conjunction with the Sun. This conjunction will take place overnight conjunct the north node: an eclipse. The Virgo Moon is ruled by Mercury – retrograde and conjunct Jupiter in Virgo. While not straightforward, this is rather protective. Whatever needs to be said/broadcast is going to come out… for good or ill, seemingly. The truth is disseminated somewhere, and as it should be. Whether it feels comfortable or not, it’s authentic and necessary.
The Sun’s involvement in a t-square with Saturn and Neptune draws the lunation into a previously tense and confused situation. An authentic understanding of whatever subject is relevant… well it’s critical to going forward. THAT is the heart of the matter.
A quiet blessing sits in early Libra: Venus in its own sign, unaspected. For months we’ve been hearing how some are ready for things to burn down, critical, disgusted. Well they’ve burned some, with little satisfaction. In the silence that follows is a wish for peace and beauty, and balance.