The solar eclipse in Pisces takes place at 18 degrees, in the evening on March 8th. It’s tightly opposed by Jupiter in Virgo, also at 18 degrees. Saturn in Sagittarius at 16 degrees completes the T-square.
We’re always concerned with new beginnings at the time of a new moon. This eclipse is no different but the influence of Jupiter and Saturn cannot be denied.
To understand the distinction, consider the idea of a wish book, where you can write down anything you can dream up. That would Pisces, acting alone.
But with Jupiter in Virgo, your wish or your vision has got to make sense. And with Saturn involved, you’ll probably have to commit, at the very least. And there may be hard work and perseverance required in order to manifest this thing you can imagine. I’ll give you an example…
I envision a huge garden this season, with a wide variety of vegetables produced in sufficient quantity, I can invite people over to help themselves. I imagine my fruit trees (peach, plum, apple and pears) covered in flowers that turn into fruit for the enjoyment of many.
I also want grapes on my vines and beautiful flowers I can cut for my table. Sound good?
Sounds good to me! But I won’t get any of this if I don’t test and amend the soil in the garden. I won’t get any of this if I don’t prune and feed the trees, take care of pests and weeds and whatever else comes along.
So when you’re setting your intention…be willing to support your wish with practical effort, otherwise, I think it’s called, “pissing in the wind”.
What do you imagine?