Full Moon in Scorpio (April 27, 2021)
Interesting thought: every year around this time, we get to see a full Scorpio moon in the night sky. Last night, at about 11:31 pm locally, the Moon was exactly opposite the Sun. Some astrologers see this as a time to stand up to the creeping lockstep of government control with regards to the pandemic and the draconian methods used to keep people from protesting. That’s one interpretation. But only by looking at the exact moment astrologically, can we see:
The quadruple T-square involving the Moon, the Sun/Mercury/Venus/Uranus conjunction, and Saturn does speak of the need to break free and express our objections to world-wide control.
But the planetary position of Neptune is what caught my eye: it is conjunct the Ascendant in Pisces…while being in a T-square with Mars and the Midheaven. The time seems to be at hand.
Neptune Conjunct Ascendant
You will spend a great deal of your life getting to know who you are and how you impress other people. Especially while you are young, but sometimes continuing well into adulthood, you will have a hard time understanding people’s attitudes toward you and your part in creating these attitudes.
Some of your problems stem from the fact that you look to others people’s reactions to find out who you are, when you should be looking inside yourself to find that out. Get in touch with your feelings about yourself instead of being confused. And don’t fall into the trap of simply feeling inadequate and unworthy. Those feelings are probably not justified, but you may think they are. Another source of difficulty is that this aspect signifies enormous sensitivity to people and situations around you. But unfortunately you get so much input from the environment that you find it difficult to make sense out of it. When you eventually sort it out, you will discover that you are quite psychic or at least intuitive.
Also learn to stand up for your own rights and not let others take advantage of you. You may feel that it is better to serve others than to be served, but don’t waste your efforts on people who are unworthy of being served.
There’s a fair way to go yet, so don’t give up the ‘fight’. We are all in this together.