- March 27: Libra Full Moon at 7* Aries/Libra
- March 28: Sun, Venus & Uranus conjoin at 9* Aries
- March 31: Sun & Venus in Aries square Pluto in Capricorn at 12* cardinal signs
Jupiter in Gemini squares Mercury/Chiron in Pisces a few hours before this full Moon, challenging us to see the big picture and align our thinking with the spiritual realities of our cosmos, rather than the economic laws of man. It should be easy since Mercury and Jupiter are in each other's home signs (Jupiter is also the ruler of Pisces along with Neptune).
As I mentioned in my Spring Equinox blog, there are two Yods in this Full Moon chart. A Yod is an astrological aspect that creates an isoceles triangle formed by two planets sextile (sixty degrees from) each other and both quincunx (one-hundred-fifty degrees from) a third, fulcrum planet. The three points stabilize an erratic connection and focus it through one point. Called a Sword in the Stone or a Finger of God, Yods denote "a fated change or a destined new outlook on life'. (B. Tierney: Dynamics of Aspect Analysis) The three planets of a yod symbolize energies that want to create shifts in our consciousness. But it takes patience to do it. Like Arthur pulling the sword out of the stone, it also takes the destined person to use it. Each of us can use these energies, and if we do, each of us will use these energies differently, to match our personality and our soul's purpose.
One Yod has Saturn and Pluto at the base with Jupiter at the point. If we can fearlessly shed the skin of patriarchy and imagine a better way to live, we can begin our process of personal and cultural transformation that is already underway around the world. The other Yod has Jupiter and Uranus/Mars at the base with Saturn in Scorpio on the point. We can use our passion and our new sense of self to release old emotional wounds that are keeping us from our new life.
Meet this week's energies with an open and loving heart, a quick mind and a joyful spirit and you'll do just fine!