Moon Conjunct Juno Quadrinovile Uranus, Neptune 2015-09-13

September 13, 2015 at 4:37 am | Posted in 2015, Astrology, Higher Order Aspects, Patterns, Predictions | 2 Comments
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Moon Conjunct Juno Quadrinovile Uranus, Neptune 2015-09-13

Normally, we do not pay attention to these “minor aspects” (except 5th Harmonic and 7th Harmonic), but this pattern does stand out, especially occurring so soon after today’s eclipse.

The Novile is the 40 degree aspect and results from dividing the circle (of the Zodiac) into nine equal parts.  Uranus and Neptune are currently Novile (and will be for some time).  Today, when the Moon (the basic self and all things feminine) conjoins Juno (wife, sister, and sense of trust versus betrayal), both of them together will be QuadriNovile (160 degrees) from BOTH Uranus and Neptune.  This creates a configuration similar to a Yod indicating a decision to be made involving very subtle (and likely very advanced) talents.  This probably only affects highly creative or highly sensitive people, but it does indicate a critically important window of opportunity for such people.

Here is the Moon conjunct Juno chart, filtered for Quadrinoviles:

2015-09-13 Moon Conjunct Juno Quadrinovile Uranus, Neptune

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While this will last a few hours this evening, it is strongest about 7 PM CDT (adjust for your timezone, please).

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