It’s an interesting week ahead, filled with all sorts of new and different vibrations. The first four or five days this week seem to be as far from the unsettling events of last week as possible, though of course, life in this country is no longer what it was before. There’s no telling what will happen, or how long it will take to reunify all that is so polarized. But one thing is for sure, there are elements to this moment that have never been present before, (such as the newly reunified and empowered divine feminine), and these will provide an entirely new set of options for manifesting a new and unprecedented reality in the months to come.
The Black Moon continues to do her magical dance, turning retrograde this week and reentering Aquarius, heading all the way back to another reunion with Mars next week (October 13) and with the Earth Star (karmic node) on October 19. This time the Black Moon skipped through Aquarius after that amazing conjunction with Mars/Earth Star on September 25, entering Pisces today for the first time (this time around), Monday October 1.
We have passed the equinox, which means we are headed for the winter solstice here in the north, and the summer solstice in the south. Passing the equinox, in either direction, has a profound effect on the collective consciousness. The seasons, after all, are among the most significant connections to life on Earth, influencing humanity in a way nothing else can.
There are a lot of planets hanging out at the 0 degree of their respective signs this week, and that can only mean one thing: new beginnings, fresh starts, and the purity and innocence of first steps being taken into the as yet unknown.
Last week Mars spent four or five days at 0 Aquarius, putting a big dent in the undoing process of the current conditions of the polarized world. This week the Black Moon Lilith takes her turn at 0 Aquarius, and she will be retrograding there for about four days herself before dipping back into Capricorn for just a couple of days. (She’ll be back at 0 Aquarius next week).
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