Today, Pisces Mars inconjuncts dear Leo Jupiter Rx at 18º.
This is the third and final meeting in their I/O/Q cycle for Jupiter’s 2014/2015 stint in Leo.
The first round came back in November when Leo granted some R&R to our hardworking Capricorn sectors. Then, on New Year’s Eve, the party was taken to new heights when the two fire planets met for their opposition, reminiscent of last night’s Leo Full Moon.
Well, this time it is the Fishes who get to benefit of the Lion’s talents. We need to ask ourselves what could Pisces use a little more of that fiery Leo has in spades?
But Cappy Mercury begins his dance with Leo Jupiter on a more unadulterated footing, Tuesday the 30th, when the two meet up in a quincunx at the 21º.
Jupiter is recently retrograde, which means the resultant thought expansion of the above coupling will take an introspective trajectory. This is not necessarily uncomfortable for Capricorn is naturally a sign suited for reflection and analysis.
The ending of the year can be one of quiet contemplation. We can ground ourselves if we choose—remember, inconjuncts are about choosing to act with the given energies, spending the last days of 2014 looking contently behind to better plan ahead.
Leo can give Capricorn the magnanimity to let go of the past, freeing us to exercise the Goat’s Cardinal talent for building our best lives possible into 2015—time-tested and steadfast.
Or one could simply sit, serene, with the satisfying myriad of noble ideas coming into view under this celestial frequency.
To help us in our journey, this will be a gracious and forgiving atmosphere to work out all those resolutions we have lurking ’round the bend.
Tomorrow, November 24th, Mars exacts the first inconjunct of his I/O/Q cycle with Jupiter in Leo.
This is our first opportunity to draw jovial Lion energy to the three signs in the heavens opposite Leo—Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces. And an individual chance for us each to pull Leo strengths to the houses affected by these Martian transits.
A quincunx isn’t easy to operate—you have to think and consciously implement any revelations that pop up. But the potential is there in spades.
Traditionally with this pairing, well, Capricorn doesn’t have much in common with Leo, with the exception of the two’s penchant for wanting to be on top!
And that is just enough of a connection to get the wheels turning.
So, let’s see what the themes we are playing with look like up close and personal . . .
From November the 2nd through the 5th, we have a series of events that will be setting up the Scorpio Full Moon on Thursday, the 6th.
First, Venus sextiles Pluto around midnight on the 2nd, giving a sexy vibe to the chilly autumn night. The extra hour we obtain from Daylight Savings Time may come in uber handy for the weekend’s galavanting.
Then at dawn that morning, the Pisces Moon will conjunct Chiron and trine the Venus/Sun Scorpio conjunction.
Lots of Water.
The early A.M. will feel loaded with by-gone wounds. Obsessions and traumas may flare.
Or a transformation may come with the rising first light of day—locking the past firmly in the rear mirror.
Regardless, the Moon moves quick and she will be long gone from the scene by sunset.
On the 10th, the transiting Moon pulls some energy to your Taurean house throughout the day.
Early morning around 8 AM, she inconjuncts Pisces Chiron and Libra Venus to form a lovely Yod. These three conjoining point to the ability to release emotional wounds through balancing and beautifying the area occupied by Taurus. Turning pain into artistic expression.
Next at about lunch time, Luna forms a second Yod with Sagittarius Mars and the Libra Sun. This is a much more action orientated event. Drawing power from the Full Moon’s Kite formation, the Moon filters the fiery will to act of Mars/Sun to work, albeit emotionally, on the sector of your chart dealing with self-worth and esteem.
Lastly, the Taurus Moon opposes Scorpio Saturn late in the evening, applying the breaks to the day. Emotions will seem heavy and worrisome, though the silver lining is always impeccable form through Saturnian discipline and patience.
The yin/yang is well-balanced and splendid—passive beauty of the morning leads to assertive spirit in the afternoon.