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Pisces New Moon

New Moon at Pisces 20°16’, 5:00 am EDT.

This is an interesting time. We are coming to the end of our current eclipse period, which began on October 28, 2023. This Moon cycle will initiate a new eclipse portal, beginning with the Libra Lunar Eclipse on March 25 and completing with a powerful Solar Eclipse in Aries on April 8.


This New Moon chart is loaded with harmonious aspects. We have an encompassing Capricorn/Taurus trine holding several sextiles – all relationships of flow. All planetary objects remain direct; energy is moving quickly. This does not mean we like everything that is happening, but there is very little to oppose the general direction. Saturn, Sun, Moon, and Neptune all in Pisces. Jupiter has moved into a conjunction with Uranus and remains in a trine to nurturing Ceres. Mercury and Pluto are sextile, as are Jupiter and Saturn, and the Sun/Moon and Uranus. Chiron and the North Node in Aries are conjunct with Eris, and in a sextile with Mars.


The only truly challenging relationship in this New Moon chart is a square between Warrior Mars and Uranus. The Warrior is doing as he wishes. There is nothing to stop the tanks from rolling and the bombs from falling. And there is an element of unpredictability, something we will become progressively aware of as the lunar month unfolds.


Once war builds up steam it’s very hard to roll it back. This is Pisces season and Pisces is a very sensitive sign. The suffering of this world can be too much, too painful. It can hurt too much to look directly at what is going on.


Soon, things will begin to shift. Mercury will turn retrograde in Aries on April 1, while we are in the eclipse portal. The portal will provide an opportunity for the energy of the last five months to be stripped away. For now, just notice how much you are refusing to look and ask yourself - is this what you want for our world?

March 8, 2024, by Ruby Falconer. Available for chart readings.

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