There will be a full Moon at 8°10’ of Sagittarius, a mutable Fire sign. The Sagittarius Moon is usually a jovial, quest-searching entity that desires, above all, truth and something to believe in. It also loves freedom and is easily motivated.
The Sun and Moon are not in direct aspect to other planets as they oppose each other in their monthly dance.
Moon’s ruler, Jupiter in retrograde motion, is still deep-sea diving in Scorpio, reminiscing yet highly tuned to any covert emotions that could float to consciousness when the planet stations before [...]
The caring partner or the stingy lover?
The most motherly of signs welcomes the most loving of planets and it looks like we’re in for just over three weeks of tender, caring love or are we?
One of the images of Venus in Cancer is certainly that of the romantic figure forever in love with Prince or Princess Charming. Venus, of course, doesn’t rule only love, it also covers, among many things, finances, self-esteem and all the things that gratify us. Venus responds to everything that makes us feel good, comfortable and happy. In traditional astrology Venus is known as the Lesser [...]
just hours before Uranus and Mars both change signs and continue to square each other
It’s time to set your intentions for the New Moon at 24°36’ Taurus that will occur on the 15th May. The Moon is exalted in this Venus-ruled, Fixed Earth sign.
As the Cardinal Mars-Uranus square morphs into a Fixed modality (Aquarius-Taurus) as from tomorrow we are urged to bring our physical and emotional security needs into the forefront and face them head on as we aim to be as flexible as possible to any sudden or unexpected changes that might challenge us.
Venus, the New Moon’s dispositor, [...]
Shake, rattle and roll…..
Uranus has an 84-year orbit and spends roughly 7 years in each sign. After its discovery in 1781 by an amateur astronomer named William Herschel and, in more modern times, it was given joint ruler-ship of the sign of Aquarius together with traditional ruler Saturn.
Astrologer Bil Tierney* has the following to say:
“Uranus with its equatorial plane at right angles to its orbital plane is an odd-ball in our solar system and appears to roll on its side as it moves around the Sun.”
In the myth Ouranus was married to Gaia (the Earth), he fathered many [...]