On March 31st 2018 at 12:36pm, GMT, there is a Full Moon taking place across the Aries-Libra axis. The Moon is in the diplomatic and undecided sign of Libra whereas the Sun is in the combative and determined sign of Aries. Just like it happens with every Full Moon, this one too calls for us to strike the right balance between opposites. Presently, there is a need for balance between individuality (Aries) and cooperation (Libra), determination (Aries) and indecision (Libra), as well as between militancy (Aries) and diplomacy (Libra).
Of course, with Mercury in Aries the balance seems to tilt toward the pole of Aries, hence toward individuality, determination and combat. In addition, Mercury’s inferior conjunction with the Sun reveals that there is some important idea, discussion or negotiation that makes direct reference to the days around March 15th 2018 when Mercury occupied the same position it occupies now. This important idea or discussion seems to give the opportunity for some kind of revision, which is not implemented until after April 15th when Mercury turns direct and does not bear complete fruit until after the beginning of June when the Sun-Mercury superior conjunction takes place.
However, the fact that the Full Moon axis, where Mercury also participates, is squared by out-of-bounds Mars and Saturn creates difficulties for the above discussions. The reason is that Mars in Capricorn aims at professional freedom which is limited, though, by the simultaneous presence of Saturn, thereby leading to disappointment and frustration. Finally, given that Venus, the Full Moon’s dispositor, has just entered Taurus, one of the two signs she rules, it seems that relationships, partnerships and financial issues are gradually falling into place even if this means that bonds and collaborations are disrupted (Mars-Saturn atop the T-Square where the Full Moon axis is involved)… In any case, we wish you enjoy the Full Moon!