Friday, June 26, 2009

June 26 2009

Moon starts out Void of Course for the third Monday morning of the week, sweeping (in Leo) opposite the Chiron/Neptune/Jupiter trio in the wee hours before going Void till 10:47 am PDT when she enters Virgo. The usual caveat about dousing in coffee if feeeling a lack of mojo this morning, as it may kick in doubly so by lunch. Moon will be trine Pluto exact at 1:57 pm PDT, and sextile the Sun exact at 8:13 pm PDT. The mood is likely to be of a focused mental nature, seeking depth and answers. Mixed messages, ease from the Moon sextile Sun, but edge from Mercury square Saturn, and unearthing depth from Moon trine Pluto. Continued emphasis on boy/girl (and other permutations) stuff from the grand trine of Saturn, Mars/Venus, and Lilith Moon; which will get an extra kick from the Moon tomorrow.

There is a point worth making: eschew the piecemeal approach if possible. Remember, heavenly bodies that are aspecting, ie conjunct, sextile, trine, square, etc "make" and entirely new entity. Multiple ones multiply so. For instance, yesterday evening Moon was square the Mars/Venus conjunct, and there were some prognosticators who saw irritation from the Moon/Mars facet of that, missing that Mars alone is not the same as Mars/Venus. What did you feel? While there was a certain loss/lonliness, crankiness at miscommunication, associated with the Mercury/Satun square, there was also a pionancy of connection, an edge towards relating from Moon square the Mars/Venus conjunction; not so much an irritaion per se. Fractional analysis is ok in making steps towards understanding, but we experience the gestalt, all of the above. That's life. End of soapbox.

The Birthcard today is the Four of Clubs, a Mars expression of a Jupiter core, with a Five of Clubs inside and a Six of Hearts outside. Examples of this Birthcard include Spike Jones, Claude Debussy, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Pierre Trudeau, Amelia Earhart, Karl Gauss, Werner Von Braun, Sophia Loren, George C. Scott, Tori Amos, Ray Bradbury, Ian Flemming, John-David, Upton Sinclair, and rumor has it, Nostradamus.