Dear Astro Auntie:
Q: My dob is – December, 2 1944, Tarleton England 8 30 pm. I now live in AUSTRALIA, what can you see for me?
A: First here are some basics about your birth chart. You have energy planet Mars in Sagittarius conjunct your Sun in Sagittarius. Your Moon sign is Cancer – and the Moon is conjunct serious Saturn. Venus and Mercury are in Capricorn – with Venus close to the fated South Node. Jupiter falls in Virgo.
The two stand out connections in your birth chart are the links between the Sun and Mars plus the one between the Moon and Saturn.
Typically, those with a Moon/Saturn link have to grow up fast, often taking on adult like responsibility from a young age. Boundaries around your heart seem almost instinctive, and your biggest life lesson is learning to acknowledge your feelings and allow yourself to receive love and support.
The Sun and Mars together gives added physical energy and passion for adventure. Freedom is important for you, but so is security. Finding a balance between the two is key – you really need a bit of both.
Looking ahead, here are some of the major cycles coming your way.
You are currently in the third quarter Moon phase, which is a time of reorientation. Ask yourself whether your actions honour your true beliefs. If not, now’s one of the best times in your life to make an authentic change.
With the progressed Moon in Scorpio, emotions are intense and deep. Some clients describe this as a hellish time, as you can be confronted with truths and the revelation of secrets. You only have 6 months to go (this energy has bee around for 18 months already!) so keep on keeping on.
Saturn is currently energising your home and family point, helping you take necessary steps to restructure your living arrangements and set healthy boundaries with family members. Sometimes, people reassess where they are living in preparation for a move under this energy. Key dates for this cycle include November 09, March and August 2010.
June – September 2010 brings the favourable transit of Jupiter to your MC, otherwise known as your career point. Use this time to explore how else you might offer your work to the world – there’ll be plenty of opportunities growth and expansion where work is concerned. Anything that doesn’t quite come together mid 2010 will reappear in a new format early in 2011.