You walk swiftly up the slopes of the volcano you call home. Your feet, strong and practiced, easily navigate the rough pumice on your path. A hot, wild wind howls across the crater, whipping your flaming locks across your face. Movement in a nearby crevasse catches your eye. You look and see a timid young ram regarding you cautiously. “Well,” you say, looking at him plainly, “you came here for a reason. Out with it.”
The Moon in Aries may be simple and straightforward, but it takes more to catch their eye than red clothes and a fast car (though that never hurts). Aries Moon men crave action, independence, and a pioneering spirit. They want a partner who lives their own life and can keep them on their toes. They crave, in a word, fire.
The Moon in Aries is no reserved homemaker, and a man with this placement will not expect you to be. This Moon is a firebrand, wild and bold, favoring action over emotion, passion over softness, fire over water. Men with this placement are strong, active movers and shakers with no patience for indecision, nuance, and endless discussion. They would far rather be planting their flag on Kilauea than snuggling on the couch. If you want to catch one, I suggest you get your climbing gear.
The Moon in Aries loves a challenge. Nothing gets their blood flowing quite like the thrill of the chase. If you’ve got your eye on a man like this, the worst thing you can do is be too available. Moon in Aries men are complete unto themselves, and they expect the same of their partners. The best way to pique their interest is to have your own life, your own friends, your own ego, and your own adventures, all full and robust before they get there. They are attracted to fierce independence and self-reliance, and want to know that their partners won’t rely on them to complete their life. You and an Aries Moon man can complement each other, but never merge. You will always be two individual trains running on parallel tracks.
A man with the Moon in Aries is plain and simple emotionally, preferring not to delve into unnecessary details. They would rather yell through their problems than sit on a therapist’s couch analyzing the past. They don’t want a shoulder to cry on so much as an arm to shake them from their self-pity and push them forward once again. And if you are down, expect the same. If someone has wronged you, they will fight to the death to avenge you, but if you’re simply wallowing, expect them to withdraw impatiently until you’re back to normal. As far as an Aries Moon is concerned, your emotional well-being is your own responsibility. On the plus side, these men won’t bat an eye if you lose your cool and launch the nearest object across the room. They get it. They’ve been there.
These natives, no matter their Sun sign, are looking for a partner who sparks their soul, whose fire can match their own inner inferno. They are looking for their personal Pele, a partner who is powerful, fiery, and who belongs to themselves first and to their partner second. They need passion, strength, and a will strong enough to match their own.
If this sounds like you, prepare yourself for years of passion, locked horns, and rousing battles. Men with the moon in Aries may not always be able to provide their partners with the sweetness and sensitivity they need, but they are always up for an adventure. They may not remember every milestone or anniversary, but they will sweep you off your feet in a wave of passion and make sure the flames between you never go out. They will build a life of two equals, working separately to create something that is bigger than you both. With shared goals and passion to match, there is no limit to where you can go, as individuals together.
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