Saturday 26 October 2019

New Moon in Scorpio: The Greatness of Extremeness!

On October 28, 2019 at 3:38am, GMT, there is a New Moon taking place in the emotional, persistent and extreme sign of Scorpio. Like every New Moon, this one too invites us to make a new beginning in that area of ​​one's horoscope where it happens to fall. Due to the nature of the sign, the current New Moon talks about emotional and psychological issues that may manifest themselves in an extreme, sudden or superfast way due to the extremely close involvement of Uranus in opposition. One possibility is that one gets rid of their emotional dependencies and psychological anxieties or hang-ups. Another possibility is that there is a great release of negative emotions such as jealousy, envy, suspicion and even paranoia.

It is clear that all of the above will manifest in relationships and partnerships and they will cause frustrations along with power games (dispositor Mars in Libra in square with Saturn and Pluto). Although there is a desire for cooperation, negotiation and understanding (mutual Venus-Mars reception and Mercury-Venus conjunction), Uranus’ involvement creates instability and unpredictability and opens up the possibility for separations and break-ups.

Indeed, the retrograde learning triangle between Mars, Saturn, and Neptune can lead to disillusionment due to the difficulty of learning how to reconcile unfulfilled desires with the power of forgiveness and surrender to the will of the universe. The solution may lie in the highly strong activation of the Jupiter/Neptune midpoint by Uranus and the Lights: this way one may find great abundance of generosity and forgiveness in order to overcome any destabilizing developments in relationships and partnerships.

Finally, Mercury is conjunct Venus and about to turn retrograde, thus pushing us to review not only financial decisions but also developments in relationships that took place after October 10th. The result will not be visible until after December 7, 2019, when Mercury direct returns to its current position. In any case, we wish you enjoy the New Moon!

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