Saturday 7 March 2020

Full Moon Across Virgo-Pisces: Creating Order out of Chaos!

On March 9, 2020 at 5:47 pm, GMT, there is a Full Moon taking place across the Virgo-Pisces axis, the axis that balances between realism and dream, order and chaos, industriousness and relaxation. Like every Full Moon, this one too culminates processes that began at the previous New Moon (February 23rd), which spoke of success on the condition that our ideals are noble and in the service of the collective good. Therefore, this Full Moon illuminates the relative success or failure...

In addition, with Sun conjunct Neptune and the Moon in Virgo disposed by Mercury stationary direct, the balance at present tilts towards Pisces, which is associated with chaos, relaxation, and escape from reality. Soon after the Full Moon, however, things seem to get in order, especially regarding communications, negotiations, and decisions pending from late January to early February, when Mercury transited the same zodiac degrees it will be transiting until March 16th. This means that any delays or misunderstandings that have occurred since mid-February gradually cease.

In the meantime, Venus has entered Taurus, leaving behind burdens and obligations (separating square with Saturn) and inviting us to find brand new ways to relate, enjoy, and attract money (applying conjunction with Uranus) despite any confusion and uncertainty (semisquare with Neptune) and despite the accompanying irritations (Full Moon axis in an irritation triangle with Venus-Uranus). Jupiter offers a way out of these irritations, thanks to the harmonious aspects it forms with the Full Moon axis, by opening doors for a dream to come true, even if it is far from ideal or even if it motivates strong feelings of disadvantage (Chiron = North Node = Jupiter/Neptune with Jupiter in fall). In any case, we wish you enjoy the Full Moon!

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