March 2013 Full Moon (Aries / Libra)

March 14, 2013 at 12:28 am | Posted in 2013, 2013-Lunations, Astrology | Leave a comment
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A few days after the Vernal Equinox of 2013, which is a few days after a Mercury Direct Station, the full moon culminates.  The is a Libra Moon opposite the Sun in Aries.

Most of the planets that were in Pisces have moved into Aries at this point.  They are applying to a sextile to Jupiter in Gemini.  This is a fortunate time for those with strong Fire and Air components in their natal charts, and it may be one of the best times this year for people (or other entities, such as corporations) to achieve critical results.

A yod involving Jupiter (Gemini) and Saturn & Pluto (Scorpio & Capricorn, respectively) is also present here and though roughly April 10th.  Decisions will be made during this window that will affect many people for years to come.

Here is the chart:

Full Moon March 2013 3-14-2013 12-54-00 AM[Click on Graphic to Enlarge Image]

Here is the aspect grid, produced in PAT and perhaps easier to read:

PAT Full Moon March 2013 3-14-2013 1-04-53 AM

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This is another highly active period.  Almost every block of the aspect grid is filled with SOMEthing.  Compare, for example, the aspect grid from PAT for the moment when this chart was cast (March 14th):

PAT Time of casting of FM Chart 3-14-2013 1-08-37 AM

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Note that this grid is not nearly as active, and it is a more “typical” grid if you were just to pick a random time to produce a grid.  In contrast, the full moon grid has four squares to Pluto and four quincunxes (inconjuncts) to Saturn.  Frankly, this looks like a very difficult period.

That said, we can safely assume that this is a highly activated full moon, and since it is following both the Vernal Equinox and the Mercury direct station, we expect “interesting” events to occur at this time.  This could be another period similar to the Spring / Summer of 2010 with multiple disasters that culminated in the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

Here is a list of aspects at this time, sorted from shortest term to longest term.  (You can use this to plan your time horizons for whatever it is that you are launching at this time.)

Neptune  quincunx Moon
Jupiter trine Moon
Pluto square Moon
Mercury quincunx Moon
Sun opposite Moon
Venus opposite Moon
Uranus opposite Moon
Mars opposite Moon
Venus quincunx Saturn and ends April 2, 2013
(7 days)
Sun quincunx Saturn and ends April 3, 2013
(9 days)
Mercury semisextile Uranus and ends March 28, 2013
(9 days)
Mars quincunx Saturn and ends March 30, 2013
(11 days)
Venus sextile Jupiter and ends April 5, 2013
(11 days)
Venus square Pluto and ends April 5, 2013
(12 days)
Sun sextile Jupiter and ends April 7, 2013
(13 days)
Mercury sextile Pluto and ends April 3, 2013
(14 days)
Sun square Pluto and ends April 8, 2013
(16 days)
Mars sextile Jupiter and ends April 3, 2013
(17 days)
Venus conjunct Uranus and ends April 6, 2013
(18 days)
Mars square Pluto and ends April 5, 2013
(20 days)
Sun conjunct Uranus and ends April 8, 2013
(22 days)
Mercury conjunct Neptune and ends April 1, 2013
(28 days)
Mars conjunct Uranus and ends April 5, 2013
(29 days)
Mercury square Jupiter and ends April 6, 2013
(35 days)
Mercury trine Saturn and ends April 4, 2013
(39 days)
Venus conjunct Mars and ends April 27, 2013
(43 days)
Jupiter quincunx Saturn and ends April 10, 2013
(45 days)
Jupiter quincunx Pluto and ends April 21, 2013
(65 days)
Saturn quincunx Uranus and ends May 14, 2013
(69 days)
Sun conjunct Venus and ends May 6, 2013
(80 days)
Sun conjunct Mars and ends May 30, 2013
(89 days)
Jupiter sextile Uranus and ends April 15, 2013
(122 days)
Saturn sextile Pluto and ends May 28, 2013
(217 days)
Saturn trine Neptune and ends October 9, 2013
(218 days)
Uranus square Pluto and ends June 15, 2016
(5 years)

Depending on the result you desire, take into account the time horizons of the above table.  The lunar aspects only last a few hours, certainly less than twenty four hours.

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