The Sun enters Aries at 3:29 am PDT. At almost the same moment the Moon and Saturn meet in the heavens at 3:37 am. This is a heavy, difficult conjunction to have in the chart of the Vernal equinox, Spring.
We cast a chart at each of the cardinal points, the beginnings of the seasons, and look for information in that chart about events to unfold in the three months to follow. Saturn is conservative, heavy, restricting, practical, cold-blooded. The Moon is the public: fluffy, emotional, easily channeled. Saturn is not about giving the Moon what she wants. He has his own self-serving agenda.
Back to Monday: Luna becomes Void of Course from the meeting with Saturn to when she enters serious Capricorn at 8:31 am. A clash of energies appears in the Skywatch as the Sun and Moon make a challenging square at 8:58 am. And finally, the Moon squares Retrograde Venus at 11:32 pm and caution lights are up around major purchases and partnership agreements.
Retrograde planets lose clarity and focus as they retreat. Squares bring energy and challenges. Accept the challenge and the energy in a square becomes a trine. The most powerful people have major squares in their charts.
Expect changes to show up here and there over the next couple of weeks. And, Skywatchers, let’s observe if the Moon-Saturn conjunction in the Vernal Equinox chart describes the energy that appears in this country over the next three months.
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