Wednesday, October 24, 2012


DATA:  October 29, 2012 @ 3:59 P.M. - Washington, D.C.

Taurus places focus on values and practical objectives.  The 2nd house in which the Moon is placed zeros in on money and movable property:  attitudes toward wealth and property.

We identify by placing a value on something.  The more we value it, the more we identify it as part of ourselves.  We are then attached to the item we value.  Security comes only when that which we value is not endangered.

The Moon is exalted in Taurus, where it brings out the easy flow of emotions and grounds them...a fine time to enjoy a massage.  A Taurus lunation may bring to our attention personal financial gains or losses, or we may have to purchase or sell movable possessions.  The trend may very well affect our economic outlook so we must be ready to grasp financial opportunities. 

Or the main message of this Full Moon may be to safeguard our resources: savings accounts, checkbook, CDs, pension plans and financial documents...most especially because Pluto in Capricorn in the 10th house of government reconciles the opposition of Moon and Sun...meaning the energy of the lights and their monetary meaning will be easily taken over by Plutocrats.  Examine that which you value and how you wish to preserve it.  Please take heed of this warning ASAP.


Anonymous said...

"financial documents" - Moggy, please provide some additional input on the importance of doing something about financial documents. IMO, we should have already gotten rid of most of them.

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Moggy said...

Anon @ 10:44..I heartily agree, those of us in the know should have already gotten rid of financial documents. The caution is for those who have not yet done so..there is still a wee bit of time (not much) to convert things like stocks, bonds and CDs into that which will not tarnish and to personally hold it in hand.

Mam said...

You mean sell and not shred, is that correct?

Moggy said...

Mam, lol!!! Yes, I mean sell and convert to hard assets, such as land on which you can grow food or American Silver Eagles or "junk" silver.