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In astrology, the Moon is the symbol for the public. So in your chart, the Moon represents your natural relationship with the public – specifically, with your ideal customer, the person who will be naturally drawn to your story, and with whom you’ll feel comfortable.
Astrologers are fond of observing that a Libra is nothing more than an Aries who’s been to charm school. Libra has the ability to get what he wants while making it look as though serving his own needs is the furthest thing from his mind. That isn’t meant as a criticism, by the way. I admire the strategy.
Planets woven together by difficult aspects describe your defining attributes; and each time an eclipse scores a glancing blow off these aspects (about every four and a half years), you’re given another chance to become a little bit more … you.
I’m not a bad person, exactly. But let’s face it: there’s some ugliness in here. For most of my life, I was able to hide that part of my personality, even from myself. But over the years, it’s taken on weight and presence. It radiates malevolence. I know that clinging to anger and resentment hurts me worse than anyone else. So why do I hold on to them?
While I have my virtues, I’m simply not the person I could have been had she been in my life awhile longer, to help me smooth off a few more of the rough bits. I suppose we’re all our mothers’ little magna opera – ambitious symphonies that they nurture, refine, and eventually must leave behind, unfinished.
Hail the Aquarius New Moon (Feb. 2, 6:31 pm PST) and the Chinese Year of the Rabbit! I confess that I know next to nothing about Chinese astrology, but over the years I’ve been baffled by descriptions of the alleged gentleness and delicacy of those born in Rabbit years. Since I’ve known – and in […]
Most modern American families no longer grow our own food, other than what we produce in small hobby gardens. Few households have a full-time homemaker with time to mend hems and bake her own bread. Have we jettisoned the need for planetary wisdom along with our plows and thimbles?
by April Elliott Kent Previously published in Llewellyn’s 2005 Moon Sign Book. For a more detailed look at choosing wedding dates with astrology, read my tutorial! Hey, diddle, diddle, The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon. The little dog laughed To see such sport, And the dish ran away with the […]