Wednesday, September 26, 2012
FULL MOON SEPTEMBER 2012 - USA
Data: September 29, 2012 @ 11:20 P.M. -
This Full Moon catches Pluto in the 7th house of war, foreign affairs and allies at the Apex of a Cardinal T-Square, the Moon separating - at the 11th hour - from conjunction Uranus. I've said repeatedly that the
doesn't have an ally and now we find in this area of circumstance an Apex
Pluto, indicating a foreign country that tends to be relentlessly one-tracked
in their aims...to have powerful, all-consuming obsessions...and to be opposed
to the well-being of Americans, as Pluto forms an opposition to the Ascendant.
Some might refer to this configuration as a Grand Square, however, angles (ASC or MC) do not represent dynamic urges that drive to express...rather, they describe attitude towards external conditions so that the urges of the four planets (Sun, Moon, Uranus, Pluto) interact with a great level of tension and filter themselves out through the Ascendant point, according to the behavioral expression of the ascending sign, which in this instance is Cancer, the sign under which the USA was born. The sign Cancer symbolizes the need for emotional security, for feeling that one's environment will support one's existence, and for feeling nurtured. When the needs of Cancer are not fulfilled, patterns of behavior emerge that is grasping and emotionally possessive from fear of loss. Under the stress of this T-Square the Cancer patterns essential to social good fall by the wayside.
Suffice to say that the foreign country here represented has the willful desire to fulfill ambitions through force, manipulation, and/or subversive actions. I'd surmise that we - as a country - have easily experienced manipulation...that subversive actions are and have been underway...leaving force on the immediate docket.
The Sun is in Libra, sign of war...the Moon is in Aries, a martial sign...and Pluto holds sway from the 7th house, governing war. What more can be said?
Of all the causes which conspire to blind
Man's erring judgment, and misguide the mind,
What the weak head with strongest bias rules,
Is PRIDE, the never-failing vice of fools.
- Alexander Pope -