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March 7: The moon is inconjunct the sun, Mars, Neptune, and Jupiter

March 7: The moon is inconjunct the sun, Mars, Neptune, and Jupiter

A QUIZZICAL MOOD, AND LIMINAL MOMENTS

 

Saturday holds a potentially strange, quizzical lunar mood as the Leo moon makes many inconjunct aspects as it transits through the sky. The inconjunct means that there is a lack of connection between planets in signs that have nothing elementally or modally in common, yet this is in and of itself an interesting phenomenon to note. Most of the planets are currently in earth and water signs, so the Leo moon—with its passionate and emotional symbolism—is coasting adrift at odds with the material concerns of the moment. It speaks to a somewhat rebellious mood and a feeling of trying, but perhaps not knowing how to connect. As the day unfolds, it’s an opportunity to sit with any ambivalence or restlessness, to understand what is brewing below the surface.

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The moon is inconjunct Mars at 12:23 a.m., and the sun at 6:35 a.m.

 

Overnight, the moon is inconjunct Mars in constructive Capricorn, creating an edgy, rebellious vibe on Saturday morning. A sense of raw emotion and earthly drive operating independently from each other seems to take ahold, which is further amplified by the moon’s inconjunct with the sun in sensitive Pisces later in the morning. Our feelings and perceptions may not entirely gel…

 

The moon is inconjunct Neptune at 8:00 a.m., and Jupiter at 11:55 a.m.

 

 As the morning continues, the moon is inconjunct Neptune in soulful Pisces, amplifying illusions and exaggerating emotions. Later in the morning, a similar dynamic occurs when the moon is inconjunct expansive Jupiter in pragmatic Capricorn. Fiery and passionate emotions would like to catch fire, yet the cautious optimism of Jupiter in the steady goat’s sign throws a bit of a wet blanket on the proceedings. We must try to be patient, and trust that all is unfolding in due time…

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The moon is inconjunct Pluto at 5:50 p.m.

 

During the late afternoon, the inconjunct theme continues as the moon forms a quincunx aspect with Pluto in Capricorn. The strange day of disconnects and liminal moments may have kicked up some unresolved psychological themes, and a time of investigating the shadow and going inward may help unravel the source of our uneasy feelings. Escape and avoidance of duties and problems will only make our work harder in the long run.

 

 

All the aspects mentioned are calculated in Standard Pacific Time, for greater accuracy please adjust to your own location.