Early Friday morning, the Taurus Moon opposed the Scorpio Sun then headed on into Gemini. The eclipse was… weird. Maybe pleasantly weird in some case, but odd nonetheless. And then the mood shifted – to “what’s new?” Gemini Moon moods move on, and perhaps rightly so. What else are we to do?
So Friday night the Gemini Moon trines Saturn and sextiles Chiron. Chiron sextiles Saturn. Whatever the mood brings up, there are still circumstances as well as something to learn. Learn about what? About everything, about society, about how things work, about who we are in relation to those things.
And we see and feel evidence of our changed and changing values. The territory, the landscape is not the same. Or it is, but it’s our perspective that takes on monumental volcanic rumble.
Venus continues along in Capricorn holding a sextile to Mars in Scorpio. Mars heads into trine with Neptune in Pisces. We have the opportunity and ability to shift things tangibly by pivoting through the ethers.
Mercury in Scorpio squares Jupiter and sextiles Pluto, exact Saturday afternoon and overnight. We say “it blows my mind”, but does it? It may seem as though, but what it really does it blow it up to the extent that we can no longer ignore the depth and breadth of the implications of what we see/hear/feel/consider/talk about.
Saturday night, the Gemini Moon quincunxes Mars and squares Neptune. It doesn’t always feel good to know what we know. It’s hell on the tummy. But so is ignoring it. What are you going to do? Thinking about that brings a visceral reaction too. But do something. You’ll know it when you do it. You’ll be compelled.
That won’t necessarily settle your tummy, but it will settle your mind. It’s your mind that matters now. Your values and how those make you feel about yourself and your soul matter now.
Sunday the Gemini Moon trines Jupiter and Mars continues on in good stead with Venus and Neptune. When we imagine better, we do better. Then we feel better. We will BE better.
The Gem Moon passes through the point of a yod from the past-exact Mercury-Pluto sextile then makes no other aspect till it hits its own rulership in Cancer in the night. The news is big, intense, real, and perspective changing. We don’t need to shake it off but to rub it in. Impact affects outcome, for ourselves and for our world.
What was your full moon eclipse experience? How are you feeling?