Monday, November 9, 2009

Last Quarter Moon in Leo and Yet More Fixed T-Square Action

We experience the Last Quarter Moon today as the Moon in Leo squared the Sun in Scorpio and opposed Jupiter in Aquarius this morning. As the day progresses, the Moon will also square Mercury in Scorpio and oppose Chiron and Neptune in Aquarius.

More fixed T-Square action...

We enter the last quarter of the lunar cycle here and slide toward the main events - the Saturn-Pluto square and the Scorpio New Moon on November 15 and 16 respectively.

Things are feeling a bit tight, but it might help to remember:

"Any progress made now will be gritty and very hard-won, yet long-lasting and meaningful. Fixed sign issues are issues that stay with us and stick to us. The themes can be almost constants in our lives, and gaining movement with them takes a tremendous amount of effort for seemingly little progress. However, the progress that is made is also fixed - as in, it's not going anywhere."

We're setting our stances now, digging in where we know we have to and letting go in other areas, prepping for the cardinal structural movement of Saturn in Libra square Pluto in Capricorn - the first of a six-year series of cardinal squares involving Saturn in Libra, Pluto in Capricorn and Uranus in Aries.

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