Friday, 17 September 2021

Full Moon across Virgo-Pisces: One Door Closes and Another One Opens…


On September 20, 2021, at 11:54 pm, GMT, there is a Full Moon taking place across the Virgo-Pisces axis, the axis of service and devotion to something higher. It culminates the processes that began with the September 7 New Moon and, together, the dilemma that each of us, as another Hamlet, has to face. The fact that the Full Moon occurs on the eve of the autumnal equinox (Sun’s entry in Libra) reinforces both the intensity of the dilemma and the influence and effects that this will have throughout this autumn. In combination with the anaeretic position of the Lights, any answer to the dilemma will strongly emphasize a sense of ending and urgency. For some, then, the current Full Moon may entail one last chance to escape and commit to an ideal (Pisces), while for others it may entail one last chance to work, settle pending issues and deal with health, exercise and diet (Virgo).

After all, given that Mercury, the Sun’s dispositor, is about to turn retrograde (September 27) and return to the same degree both on October 3 and November 2, while being retrograde and direct, respectively, one realizes that the pending issues that the current Full Moon brings to light will take their time to settle. In addition, the square of Mercury with Pluto leads many to deep changes and revisions in the way they think, communicate and travel as the Full Moon illuminates the frustration caused by the potential for reversal and alienation in relationships and collaborations (hard activation of the Full Moon axis by Venus-Uranus opposition).

Through the necessary revisions and the escalation of introversion and introspection in the coming weeks (with all the planets retrograde from Jupiter onwards), many will be able to find solutions and open their minds to new perspectives and possibilities even if they cannot reach the ideal (Mercury in trine with Jupiter and quincunx with Neptune). Remember, after all, that even if a door closes, a new one will open…

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