Wednesday, 21 July 2021

Full Moon across Leo-Aquarius: Democracy Decapitated


On July 24, 2021, at 2:37 am GMT, there is a Full Moon taking place across the Leo-Aquarius axis, the axis of individuality and collectivity. Like any Full Moon, this one too highlights the need for balance between opposites and culminates processes that began during the previous New Moon. Due to the zodiac axis, the balance we are expected to strike on a personal level is that between individual promotion and collective participation, while on a social level there is a need for balance between authoritarianism and democracy.

As the culmination of the previous New Moon, which we posted under the title "Responding to Threat", it is clear that this Full Moon is coming to fully illuminate both the threat and the response to it. The removal of people from the Hellenic Emergency Management Unit due to their refusal to get the vaccine, on the one hand, and the demonstrations that have taken place in Greece and elsewhere in the world against compulsory vaccination, on the other, are indicative of the threat and the response to it. After all, Mars activates the eclipse that takes place on November 19, emphasizing the importance of this Full Moon while giving us a foretaste of what is to come in the autumn.

Of particular interest to Greece is the fact that the Full Moon coincides with the anniversary of the restoration of democracy that followed the Colonels’ Junta 47 years ago. However, with the Moon in the sign of Saturn and Uranus, who are in a waning square between them, an aspect that we have often described as "Deconstruction and Reformation", it becomes clear that this anniversary looks more like deconstructing and decapitating democracy rather than celebrating its restoration. In activating the Mercury-Saturn midpoint, the Lights illuminate both the silencing of the freedom of speech and the travelling restrictions, while the secondary and irritating aspects that the Lights form with the Venus-Jupiter opposition are indicative of the difficulty of honoring the value of freedom

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