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Holly is a tree of protection. He is called ‘best in the fight.’   The Holly King after his battle with the Oak King at the Summer Solstice is victorious. He will once again lose the battle to the Oak at the Winter Solstice. So the wheel of the year turns with special treats at each season! Darkness grows for those of us who live north of the equator, while light is expanding his realm in the south. Our earth has limitless lessons to teach us about the balance between dark and light, the season of Holly and the season of Oak.


Saturday, July 12, the Moon will fill again, and overflow. The Sun will be in the Moon’s sign, Cancer. The Moon watches from Saturn’s realm of Capricorn, the builder. For those of us in the Eastern time zone of the United States, the moment of perfect fullness will take place after the Moon has set (7:24 AM EDT), but with a day of full Moon energy rising before us.   This moment has a powerful set of squares from other planets and heavenly points, which will enrich our opportunity for service to the earth, if we choose to align ourselves with our home planet and with ourselves.

Full Moon in Holly 2014


The planets aligned with the opposition between the Sun and Moon send a message about the need to face some problems, which can only be solved if we release our sense of victimization.   Pluto and the Moon, for example, speak of exploring fears, which keep us from realizing our dreams of what we can accomplish (Capricorn).   Uranus, in fiery Aries squares the Sun and Moon and jolts us into an understanding that we can be constructive or chaotic in the revolution. The nearby South Node reminds us that we have been here before, and have chosen anger or destruction as a reaction to new aspects to our lives.   Meanwhile, in Libra, and also square to the Sun and Moon we have Mars, Ceres, Vesta and the North Node. This creates a powerful Grand Cross. When we feel the pull of opposite forces in our life and in our desires, we need to stop to be in the moment, to feel the center of that immense energy for change taking place. Yeats expressed it for his time, now it is our turn.


 W.B. Yeats

The Second Coming                 W.B. Yeats

Turning and turning in the widening gyre

The falcon cannot hear the falconer;

Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;

Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,

The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere

The ceremony of innocence is drowned;

The best lack all conviction, while the worst

Are full of passionate intensity.


Surely some revelation is at hand;

Surely the Second Coming is at hand.

The Second Coming! Hardly are those words out

When a vast image out of Spiritus Mundi

Troubles my sight: somewhere in sands of the desert

A shape with lion body and the head of a man,

A gaze blank and pitiless as the sun,

Is moving its slow thighs, while all about it

Reel shadows of the indignant desert birds.

The darkness drops again; but now I know

That twenty centuries of stony sleep

Were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle,

And what rough beast, its hour come round at last,

Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?

Tower card            The Tower card was Yeats’ favorite. For him it represented a new round of poetic inspiration. For all of us, it can be a reminder that crystallized forms, which isolate us, will not stand. Mars, Ceres, Vesta and their alliance with the North Node, opposite to Uranus and the South Node, square to Sun and Moon and trine to Venus and Mercury, are the musicians for this chart. It will be their drumbeat, which will lead us on the evolutionary development, if we take the time to listen!


For the human population to awaken to the message of Ceres, we have to break through our isolation in an air conditioned tower. What action we take will have much to do with the assignment Ceres and Vesta offer us in our chart. Each person has a unique way to honor and protect the planet.

The warrior Mars is closely aligned with Ceres and Vesta in this chart. The Tower card corresponds to Mars, and tells us the consequences of staying home for too long. The tower pictured in the card, shows a structure with no connection to the rest of the environment, there are no neighbors, no forest or meadow or sea side surroundings. Mars comes to shake us out of our cage. Uranus and Pluto will join in from the other arms of this cross. It would be better if we come down without the lightning bolt, of our own accord, to embrace what we don’t yet know.

Mars, Demeter and Vesta are in Libra, ruled by Venus, who with the company of Mercury the thinker, speaker and magician, says we must be just, and loving in our service to the environment. If our environmental thrust is built upon anger rather than love, we will only create another tight little tower, which will crystallize and imprison us.   The Sabian Symbols for the degree of Mars, Ceres and Vesta is: ‘A Butterfly with a Third Wing on its Left Side. The ability to develop, for inner strengthening, new modes of response to basic life situations’      

            Sun and Moon in Cancer and Capricorn will brighten our skies this July. Home and work (Cancer and Capricorn) will be the canvas of our creative work.   Are these two realms in harmony or conflict in your life?


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The Wisdom Tradition evolved over the centuries to address our deepest human needs. Sarah Fuhro is a practitioner of its many forms; including Astrology, Tarot, Flower Essences and Druidry. In addition to personal consultations, Sarah teaches workshops and private classes, offering both clients and students knowledge powerfully rooted in the past, presented in the language of the present.


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The New Moon of Duir (Oak)


 Black Face

 Eat out of my hand, little wild soul,

crazy squirrel, black face singer.

 The singer who is my sister is dark, dark.

The hand I extend to the wild animal

is white, white.

I hear the sound of the tinkling bell.

It cracks the silence.

 I am like the baby chick

who knows when to break

the perfect architecture of my isolation.

And I peck my way out,

but not until I am strong enough

to break through can I break through.

The acorn is also an egg.

the chick inside is the king

of the forest.

 The oak climbs to the heights

that equal the journey of the sun.

I am looking for the acorns

that feed the wild pigs

in the forest,

and I am black of face,

and white of hand.

and my bell calls my animals.

 I make a fire

and from the charcoal

of the burnt bones of the oak

that hatched from my acorn,

I blacken my face once again .

 Sarah Fuhro April 1992


             Each Moon cycle begins in darkness, just as we are initiated and nurtured in the dark womb. In the Northern Hemisphere plants are just now pushing their way out of the dark earth, while in the Southern Hemisphere, the season is turning towards the season of greatest darkness.  

         This Moon in Gemini is the Oak Moon, which contains the moment of the Sun’s greatest power and height, culminating in the Summer Solstice, the Sun’s moment of standstill before turning southward. The Duir Moon is a season of high culmination in the Druid calendar, for the Druid is the person with ‘Oak knowledge.’ In the description of Pliny (first century CE), the Druids performed their rituals in oak groves, and gathered mistletoe, sacred to the Sun from the Oak tree.



          The oak is sacred in many cultures because of its ability to attract lightening, the direct communication of the gods. Most of the ‘top gods’ were lightening gods, Jupiter, Zeus, Thor, Shaddai in Hebrew, Tlaloc for the Aztecs. The oak’s huge size, strength and longevity represent the world, a home for many species, providing food, shelter, heat and shade to those who live in and around the king of the trees. Oak is often called the World Tree.



            We are in the Moon cycle of the greatest power of the Sun here in the Northern part of the world. At the conjunction of the Sun and Moon (new Moon) the power is shared, and if we are open to the cosmos, we can feel that powerful moment in ourselves. Male and female, darkness and light blend as the two luminaries meet to leave our world, temporarily Moonless. When the Moon emerges to set at twilight a day or two later, she is robed in beauty.  



            The new Moon will be feeling an exact square from Neptune in Pisces; some of the cheery rationalism of Gemini may be awash in that watery planet’s dreams and illusory powers. Perhaps this moment of the new Moon would be a good time to stop, and if possible, to meditate and feel the chatter of the airy Gemini Sun and Moon, slow down into a chant.  

            Mars is also directly connected to the luminaries in a trine of air. There may be some action, conceived at this moment to be put into form as the Moon fills into her Sagittarian robes.   The Sabian Symbol for the degree of Sun and Moon is pertinent to this chart’s symbols of vision or dream (Neptune) and Mar’s urgency towards action.  ‘Aroused strikers surround a factory.’   Revolt against privileges.

Over 100 McDonald’s Workers Arrested Protesting Outside Shareholder Meeting’ seems to be an illustration of this degree symbol.  


           The tension of the still ongoing Uranus Pluto square is enlarged through, a third square from Jupiter, and a fourth arm with Vesta and Ceres-two voices who speak for the earth and the ancient rites and rights of women.   This will be an interesting combination for those who are stretched to their limit on low wages. Jupiter in Cancer is about food and the people. Pluto in opposition might be a stand in for the plutocrats who run corporations. Jupiter and Pluto are brothers but brothers often in conflict.   Uranus in Aries, is the angry revolutionary in this combination, his opposition to the asteroids in Libra suggest those ancient forces so long forgotten may be rising to the surface.         



   Watch the water trine of Saturn, Jupiter and Chiron. This may be an indicator of change in shape of the water element. Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist itLao Tzu.


Sarah Fuhro Keeping our Ancient Wisdom Alive

The Wisdom Tradition evolved over the centuries to address our deepest human needs. Sarah Fuhro is a practitioner of its many forms; including Astrology, Tarot, Flower Essences and Druidry. In addition to personal consultations, Sarah teaches workshops and private classes, offering both clients and students knowledge powerfully rooted in the past, presented in the language of the present.  To learn more, please visit www.sarahfuhro.com.



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Full Moon in Scorpio for 2014

To understand the Invisible, study the Visible—The Talmud

How quickly a new Moon in Taurus has grown to be the large full Moon in Scorpio!   Once again we are asked to balance two opposing impulses in our psyches and in our lives.   We might best understand these impulses and energies if we think about Beltane and Samhain. Taurus in Beltane heightens our love of the physical and visible beauty of the earth, while the Scropio Moon reminds us there is another world invisible and mysterious.

full Moon in Scorpio


            At Beltane, when Taurus is at 15°, we celebrate fertility and the intermingling of male and female. The Pleiades rise at dawn and set with the Sun. The trees are full of blossoms and the ground is bursting with new energy. In many places on earth, this would be the time when cattle (Taurus) were taken into the mountains to graze.   We feel potential, our own and the gardens we tend. The goddess is a maiden who walks the earth in a green mantle to meet and mingle with the green man.


        Samhain celebrates the end of the harvest season at 15° Scorpio. We are keenly aware of death as a place to travel and explore.   Seeds are stored or fall to earth to wait for another season of Beltane. We celebrate this season in darkness, and watch the Pleiades rise at sundown.   In former times this was the season, when animals were selected to be butchered and stored for the winter.   The goddess is a dark and aged woman, who reminds us of transformation into mystery.


            When we come to this full Moon we realize that we, like the earth are experiencing these opposing seasons simultaneously. If we live in the Northern Hemisphere we are dancing with the delight of spring, but remembering how short is the season of growth and renewal, while in the Southern Hemisphere, the approach of winter comes with the promise of spring.

The particular full Moon of Scorpio has as companion, the planet Saturn who traditionally was the symbol of age and death. When the Moon and Saturn come together we may feel burdened by responsibility, and the need for achievement. Saturn makes this time of full Moon more restrained. We can’t forget our responsibilities even as we open to the light from the Scorpio full Moon lantern.


            And the Grand Cross continues in this time (and chart) with Venus joining Uranus to make things intense, and quirky romantically.   Love may come and go quickly with this combination, which includes the opposition from Mars in the sign of Venus and a square from Jupiter and Pluto.   Mars has been traveling in retrograde motion since March. Now he is ready to stop on May 19 and turn direct.   Mars in Libra and Venus in Aries are trying out each other’s signs.   This is a good time for artists.   Mars suggests action in the realm of Venus (art) and Venus in Aries is daring and open to new directions.

This full Moon is a challenge to face our fears (Moon and Saturn) and find the creative impulse to respond in new ways to what frightens us.   There is a lot of sexual energy in this chart, which is a symbol of the season’s joyous embrace. Venus rules Taurus Sun, and we see her beauty all around us, while Scorpio Moon is ruled by Mars. The dance of Mars and Venus reverberates from all of these astrological themes.   Find a way to join the ball!


Keeping our Ancient Wisdom Alive

The Wisdom Tradition evolved over the centuries to address our deepest human needs. Sarah Fuhro is a practitioner of its many forms; including Astrology, Tarot, Flower Essences and Druidry. In addition to personal consultations, Sarah teaches workshops and private classes, offering both clients and students knowledge powerfully rooted in the past, presented in the language of the present.  To learn more, please visit www.sarahfuhro.com. or her Facebook page at: Sarah Fuhro * Star-Flower Alchemy / Astrology, Flower Essences  and Tarot.




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And Rabia replied

I am eating the bread of this world and doing the work of that world .’ Poet Rabia of Basra, born around 717 CE



The quote from the Sufi poet of Persia, Rabia says much about this season and, the opportunities it offers.  It is a season of earthy pleasures, the sensuality of the earth is opening all around us, this world.  At the same time, it promises a deep connection the world we have forgotten, that world, where we come from and to which we will return.

             This is a busy time in the cosmos. We have just experienced (Wednesday, April 23rd) an exact square of four powerful planets.   We are still in range of that combination during this new Moon which is also a solar eclipse. This eclipse will be visible in Antarctica, Australia and the Southwestern Pacific and Indian Oceans. For the moment the light and influence of the Sun is cut off from the earth. This makes a new Moon during a solar eclipse especially a moment of new beginnings, a chance to start over from the point of view of both Sun and Moon. We are cut off from our source of light and life and then come back into the stream of the Sun’s rays, which fertilize our plans and our gardens.

Solar eclipse in Taurus

   We are in the lovely season of Taurus, and the song of birds and our own hearts can be heard here in the Northern Hemisphere where spring is firmly anchored. Beltane celebrations welcome the fire of the earth element. Beltane is the link between this world and the world of Faerie, nature spirits, devas. In order for the earth to be fruitful, it is necessary to work in alliance with this other world.   Because the earth has been so injured and ignored by the human realm, many of the invisible world have given up hope, and have retreated to another dimension and time. The Fire Festivals, especially Beltane, provide gates between our two worlds of existence. In the Southern Hemisphere, this is the season of Samhain, when the otherworld is most accessible to those who listen and feel for the earth’s heartbeat. Beltane festival takes place as the Pleiades rise at dawn. The sisters have returned to daylight.


  ‘… the grey Dawn and the Pleiades before him danced, Shedding sweet influence.’ — John Milton

The full Moon of Scorpio on May 14th will occur quite soon after the Beltane degree (15° Taurus) has been reached. Now is the time to begin the song and dance of earth praise and connection, and I will further explore the cosmic powers of Beltane at the full Moon.   It is a time of appreciation for our bodies, for the food we eat, for the natural world into which we are interwoven. It is the season of the Lady who walks the land and where her foot falls, spring up the white flowers of the trefoil.

I married Isis on the fifth day of May

But I could not hold on to her very long

So I cut off my hair and I rode straight away

For the wild unknown country where I could not go wrong. — Bob Dylan

You may experience, or continue to experience the powerful energies of the Grand Cross in Cardinal signs. Uranus and Mars continue to provide the shock and surprise element in the signs of the Self (Aries) and the other (Libra).   Pluto and Jupiter continue their exploration of opposite signs; one to remake the workplace, and the other to deepen our connection to home life.   Mercury is pressed close to the Taurus Sun and Moon and may sing lyrics never heard before. The potential of this time opens our eyes to the choices we make moment by moment to remake the world, a kinder and ever more creative place, where all are aware of their interconnection.   The Sabian Symbol for this new Moon and Solar eclipse is: ‘ A fully decorated Christmas tree; the ability to create inner happiness in dark hours.’

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Libra full Lunar Eclipse 2014 Can you feel the excitement and deep creativity arising at this moment?   The chart for the lunar eclipse, which takes place Tuesday, April 15 at 3:42 am is a clear picture of the energy and possibility available to us all! The eclipse will be visible for those of us who live in the Americas, if we have clear skies.


            This total lunar eclipse is the first of four total lunar eclipses over the next two years. You can find out more about the astronomical and traditional significance of these eclipses at this site: http://earthsky.org/space/what-is-a-blood-moon-lunar-eclipses-2014-2015. But this tax day eclipse is a cornucopia of excitement and action contained within its planetary patterns. It can already be felt as I write this and will reverberate long afterwards as well. The Moon has several companions, who give an earth consciousness message to this full Moon and eclipse. Ceres is exact to the degree of the Moon and represents the earth as mother, our home and provider. Her Greek name is Demeter, and, she has been involved in the pattern of new and full Moon charts over the last few months and year. She is the mother who mourns for her daughter, Persephone, and who brought winter to the earth in her sorrow.



             The other very close companion to Moon and Ceres is Vesta. She is goddess of the hearth, the place where the law of women is found no matter how repressive the outer society.   She represents the mysteries of women, which were squashed and supplanted by patriarchal invaders of the Mediterranean region five thousand years ago.   In Roman society the vestal virgins were priestesses who kept the fires sacred to Vesta, and performed secret rites as students, and teachers of her mysteries. After thirty years service they could leave, marry and own property. Presently we are in the middle of a conversation about the role of women in society, government and as head of the family. Vesta and Demeter represent two personae that women play everywhere. They are in charge of fertility, food, and new life, but they are also seen as the arbiters of societal relationships and the mystery of the human body and the body of the earth. The crisis around the health of the planet, and our relationship to the earth becomes central as they take center stage with the full Moon this month.



            Across the way, the companion of the Sun is Juno, Jupiter’s wife, she who has rule over the relationships between men and women. She represents the revolution ongoing between us.



            And of course, Moon, Mars, and the two deities, Ceres and Vesta are all located in the sign of Libra, which is about balance, about relationship, about marriage, about justice. Venus, presently sandwiched between Neptune and Chiron in Pisces, rules Libra. The healing power of Chiron is perhaps through the path of universal love (Pisces) and the spiritual power of music and release (Neptune). And now we must look at the very powerful energies of the planetary squares underway. Uranus, the revolutionary, is about to make another perfect square to Pluto—he who will not be ignored or turned back. Uranus is quite violent in Aries, and is at this moment, conjunct Mercury. We have seen a series of angry confrontations between demonstrators, counter demonstrators, police and world leaders. Pluto in Capricorn exacerbates whatever tension exists in corporate and political spheres. From clients and friends I hear of angry clashes in the work place, Capricorn. Mercury, conjunct Uranus in Aries, is not diplomatic, and war talk, between individuals and nations can be expected. Perhaps the fact that Mars (ruler of Aries) is in Libra will balance out the quick and hostile anger that can arise from all this Aries energy! In a few days, Mars, in retrograde, will form an exact grand cross with Uranus, Pluto, and Jupiter. The potential for manifestation of good and bad is great. Jupiter is opposite Pluto in the sign of Cancer. There is an expansion of family concerns. Pluto and Jupiter are brothers. Jupiter rules the upper world; Pluto ruled the underworld. They are equal in power, although not always in visibility. Once again we are given the opportunity to contemplate our relationship to opposite forces. The more we can absorb difference in ourselves and society, the more likely that this can be a time of deep human evolution. With our huge population, we have no choice but to move as lightly as possible, to dance together.   This Aries Sun and Libra Moon are symbolic of the forces to harmonize and to differentiate, which we all experience, and must finally move beyond. The Sabian Symbol for the Sun speaks to the moment, and is beautifully illustrated by the Rider-Waite X of Wands: ‘A man possessed of more gifts than he can hold: obsession by potentiality.’


  The Sabian Symbol for the Moon can sum up this chart, which ricochets between Aries and Libra, Venus and Mars: ‘An eagle and a large white dove change into each other.’   Sabian Symbols are from An Astrological Mandala by Dane Rudhyar.

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A New Moon in Pisces, March 1, 2014

young_moon http://indigo2crystal.wordpress.com/2013/12/01/astrology-for-december-1-7-2013/

 Saturday morning at 3:00 am, we will have the birth of a new Moon cycle.   Pisces Sun and Moon snuggle between Neptune in Pisces and Chiron in Pisces.  The potential for the dream, the vision, the healing power of meditation are all present, so is confusion, illusion, and mystification. Pisces is the realm where the spiritual is as tangible as the material, but for those of us locked into a material viewpoint, it can be a place of foggy confusion.

To put this all into words from the wordless ocean of Pisces, Mercury stands by in Aquarius.  He has only recently turned direct, and so has visited these watery shores, and will revisit them as he goes forward through Pisces.  Here he is looking over his shoulder to recall his journey in reverse from Pisces into Aquarius.

Mercury retrograde


We need his Aquarian mental clarity to translate the poetry of this particular Moon event.  Neptune is a ruler of Pisces and so deepens the message of Sun and Moon adrift in a sea of oneness. The healing nature of this sign is compassion, an opportunity to feel our deep connection with all.  Vulnerability becomes a means to deepen our understanding; Pisces is the ‘give away’ sign before the noisy entrance of the Sun into Aries and the Spring Equinox.

The Pluto/Jupiter opposition is in this mix as well.  Pluto in Capricorn with his powerful work of breaking down the old structures of government and business is in a sextile with the Piscean players.  His contact is most exact with Chiron, the healer.  Perhaps we will begin to envision a new and more compassionate form of healing.  As we remember that our bodies are the healers, we can trust the process of recovery, rather than see it as a battle to be won or lost.  Chiron, the great healer of the ancient world was a centaur, part man, part horse, and his connection to body recalls this animal part of our self, who knows what it needs to be healthy.



This is the Moon of Fearn, the Alder, a water loving tree, just as Pisces is a water loving sign!

Alder trunks are the pilings under the older sections of Venice and many medieval cathedrals.  The tree is linked to Bran the Blessed, who used his body as a bridge for his followers to cross the river Linon to safety.  He is a bridge between the worlds, and, after his death, his tribesman carried his head for seven years while he sang and prophesied. The head of Bran was then buried under the White Tower of London and is guarded by ravens, his special bird. The Alder can be used as a blood purifier and lymph cleanser.   It can guard the body as Bran guarded his people.


Jupiter in Cancer makes an exact trine with Sun and Moon as well as spilling over onto Neptune and Chiron, while standing in opposition to Pluto.  Uranus makes a square to both Pluto and Jupiter, creating a triangle with revolutionary potential.  During this ongoing square between Pluto and Uranus we have seen a number of revolutions seem to crumble into chaos, rather than open to possibility.  Is there another way to create change?

The Sabian Symbol for this new Moon is seems to refer to this quandary:   Men traveling a narrow path, seeking illumination.   The capacity inherent in every individual to seek, at whatever cost, an entrance to a transcendent realm of reality.   Walk ON!

New Moon in Pisces 2014

Sarah Fuhro

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heart with snow http://www.slowfamilyonline.com/2012/02/hearts-in-nature-a-valentines-day-scavenger-hunt

A Full Moon in Leo on Valentine’s Day has the potential to open our hearts to love and more love.  The pattern of the planets on this day creates a message of love, a valentine to all of us on earth.  We need only look up to that Leonic Moon, full at 6:53 pm EST, to feel the smiling face of the Lion who rules our heart, to feel the cosmic passion of the moment.   Leo rules heart and spine; do we have the courage to expand the limits of our love to include all of humanity (Sun in Aquarius) and all the beings who share this planet?

As always with the Full Moon, the luminaries are in signs with quite opposite flavors.  When it comes to love, Aquarius is focused on the universal, while Leo sees the particular.   Together they challenge us to love those who are close to us while keeping the larger picture in view.

The Sabian Symbol for the Moon in Leo makes a perfect Valentine message:  The Luminescence of Dawn in the Eastern Sky.  The exalting challenge of new opportunities at the threshold of a new cycle.

The Sabian Symbol for the Sun in Aquarius gives us the give gift of an image of beauty:An ancient pottery bowl filled with fresh violets.  Here is something very new and fresh held in a traditional container!

Pluto (intensity!) and his companion Venus (love) rise in the morning at dawn this Valentine morning to welcome the Sun.  Pluto is the invisible force behind Venus. Both are in opposition to Jupiter (largesse), with a sextile to the healer, Chiron.  Jupiter, Venus and Pluto are included in the powerful squeeze from Uranus, who demands revolution, or at least, shake up.  This has been the message of the last several years, and will continue into the next several.  This gives us earthlings the opportunity to be creative in our approach to intractable problems, our own and our societal structures.  Give a pause next time you feel critical of the way we humans go about our lives, and ask how we might be more in tune with the birds and bees, the stones and the trees!

heart on finger http://www.slowfamilyonline.com/2012/02/hearts-in-nature-a-valentines-day-scavenger-hunt

The waxing Moon has been traveling through the night sky with Jupiter in Cancer over the last few days. The bright beauty of Moon and Jupiter has created a sight worth watching under cold winter skies!

Saturn squares the luminaries (Sun and Moon) from Scorpio.  Saturn in Scorpio attempts to control whatever threatens long established emotional security.  The transformation of the role of love from something reserved only for those closest to you,  into a more universal mode of relationship challenges our interior Saturn, but Saturn when used at his highest note of evolution helps us manifest a future we cannot even imagine with his ability to embody vision in material form.  Saturn in Scorpio can bring us into a place where we can jettison what does not help us evolve into greater wholeness.  We might find it easier to eliminate material objects, clean out closets and choose only what is necessary to accompany us on our next step.  This is the esoteric image in the Rider Waite Tarot image of the World, the card which represents Saturn at his highest manifestation, in an eternal dance, amidst the fixed signs of the zodiac, Taurus, Leo Scorpio and Aquarius.

The World

Full Moon in Leo 2014

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