2015-12-27 Moon Opposite Midpoint of Sun / Neptune (Yod)

December 26, 2015 at 3:10 am | Posted in 2015, Astrology, Patterns, Predictions | 2 Comments
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2015-12-27 Moon Opposite Midpoint of Sun / Neptune (Yod)

We do not ordinarily analyze aspects / patterns such as this one.  They are too frequent, and as a lone astrologer we do not have the resources or capacity to analyze every one that comes along.  This one is different for several reasons.  First of all, it represents a logical consequence to the events of the Friday Christmas Full Moon on 2015.  Whatever happened then, and then the aftermath of Saturday, we have come to the two decisions of Sunday (Moon in Leo in a Yod with Sun in Capricorn and Neptune in Pisces) and Monday (Moon in Leo in a Yod with Venus in Capricorn and Chiron in Pisces).  The decisions are similar and may, or may not, overlap in subject matter.

Let us back up a step and note that this decision (yod) occurs in the context of a Grand Fire Trine that covers Sunday, Monday, and, arguably, Tuesday.  Moon (self, females in general, families and family leaders (e.g. mothers), and fluids ranging from bodily fluids to oceans) is in Leo (focused leadership, actors in dramas, and sometimes a bit of arrogance).  Vesta (tradition and “doing things the way we have always done them”) is in Aries (primal leadership that is sometimes violent).  Saturn (test, trials, tribulations, fathers in particular and financial leadership in general) is in Sagittarius (legal system, universities, churches & religious leaders, and foreigh or long distance travel).  The Moon (in Leo) person must make a decision, and they are supported by someone who is likely either military or a police officer (and who is dialed into “doing things the way we have always done them”) and someone similar to a lawyer or religious leader who is attuned to practical realities in general and financial realities in particular.

The decision is between Sun  (in Capricorn, strongly influence by Saturn in Sagittarius) and Neptune in Pisces (a particularly powerful poet, priest, criminal, or martyr; this could also be a person suffering from an illness).  The Capricorn “leg” (or option) is one of safety that risks little danger but also is unsatisfying in that the possibility for something truly brilliant is lost.  The Pisces “leg” has potential for beauty, poetry, art, or freedom from confinement (maybe), but it is risky and can be very messy.  The decision maker has to pick from one of these, foregoing the other, and is left with some degree of dissatisfaction (“what if” I had gone the other way).  Although the Capricorn leg is a bit more aligned with the planets of the Grand Fire Trine, neither leg particularly likes or trusts them.  (And, they shouldn’t)

None of this decision making, on Sunday or Monday, will come without challenges.  Both days will have decisions (and likely actions) that lead to the conflict of Tuesday December 29th (Mercury Square Mars).

The decision period, as we have ascertained it using one degree orbs for Moon opposing midpoint of Sun / Neptune, begins 2:47 PM CST (3:47 PM EST / 12:47 PM PST / 8:47 PM UTC).  The window ends 6:38 PM CST (7:38 PM EST / 4:38 PM PST, after midnight (next day): 12:38 AM UTC for UK/EU).  Some “wiggle room” is available, but a failure to decide is, itself, a decision.

Here is the chart for entry into the period, filtered for the yod:

2015-12-27 Moon opposes Sun-Neptune Midpoint (entry, yod)

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Here is the chart for the exit of the decision period:

Moon opposite Midpoint Sun and Neptune (exit Yod)

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We present this same chart, again, but filtered for the Grand Fire Trine:

Moon opposite Midpoint Sun and Neptune (Grand Fire Trine)

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2 Comments

  1. […] today are almost certainly related to the decisions of Sunday and Monday, recently, and the events associated with the Full Moon of Christmas 2015 on Friday and […]

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