The difference between Saturday when the Aquarius Moon made no aspects for until around midday Sunday and today when she is void-of-course is worth noting. When we have a Moon taking a long time to make her first aspect or spends hours between aspects, she is still considered active. Once she goes void-of-course (makes no aspects before changing signs) is another matter. Today her last aspect is a sextile to Uranus in Aries well before dawn and she won’t slid into Pisces until this evening. 🌠☽♒🌠➱🌠☽♓🌠
For most of us Monday is the start of the work week or school week, and as such demands we get up and get going. See how you feel this morning as you head out the door and during the course of your day. Do you feel less directed and energized? Or if you have no choice about diving into something new, notice how smoothly that goes for you. There are different theories about void-of-course Moons and one of them has to do with those who have natal planets in the last five-ten degrees being less susceptible to void-of-course Moons. I have personal planets and my Ascendant from 20° to 29°. When the Moon is in a sign that squares or opposes those natal planets, it doesn’t seem to matter whether she is void-of-course or not, I feel it! Check it out and see what you think.
Note: Timing is averaged for EDT to PDT.
Image: Aquarius © Yuhon