The impulsive, proactive and impatient Aries Moon goes void of course at 7:57AM ET, on a challenging aspect to aggressive Mars. If an especially explosive headline regarding some larger than life outburst of violence makes news, I will not be surprised. Patience and awareness of potentially impulsive and self-centered behavior is advised, at least until 1:25PM ET, when the Moon stabilizes in the sign of Taurus. Be especially mindful if you are traveling this morning.
The sensual, comfort and stability-seeking Moon in Taurus graces our lives until 12:58AM on Tuesday (12/25). Oohhh how lovely for holiday baking and caroling and mulled wine and shopping for everyone left on your list. Saturday night could be especially grand and/or indulgent, courtesy of the opposition between loving Venus and expansive Jupiter, exact at 10:50PM ET.
Now here’s where things get interesting. Despite the calm stability of the Taurus Moon, which drives the vibe of the next few days, we are also getting closer and closer to an exact challenge between rebel Uranus in warrior/pioneer Aries and the Sun in Capricorn, sign of the Establishment. And we are building to a Full Moon next Friday, which will involved the sensitive Moon in Cancer with the disruptive Uranus-Pluto square. Adding to that excitement will be the Sun’s annual meet-up with ruthless Pluto, exact on the 30th.We saw similar patterns at the time of the Full Moon on September 29th. I expect we’ll see more than a few prominent shake-ups and power plays between now and then. If you were born between the 24th and 31st of March, June, September and December, you will be feeling the push for freedom and empowerment more than the rest of us. Keep an eye out for opportunities that will allow you to spread your wings.
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