Devoted Seed Work on Campaigns – March 6 – 13 2019

With Mercury turning retrograde on March 5th at 6:50 PM GMT (12:00 PM EST) and Uranus ingress to Taurus at 3:10 AM GMT on March 6th before the New Moon at 16:05 GMT, one can expect some reversals and a shift in resolution. Some issues are reviewed during the retrograde phase of Mercury, prompting actions and setting the stage for the solar-lunar cycle while realizing some of the seeds were planted in the preceding days. A firm action may be taken to result in clearing the air and more, as new campaigns are sprouting.  In August 1947, the Saturn-Pluto conjunction was partile in Leo, as the post WWII generation was forming (so-called Baby boomers.) The 6th of November 1082 was the next Saturn-Pluto conjunction in the final degrees of Libra as a balance of world power and power conflict evolved. The conjunction of Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn is slowly forming and will be partile in January 2020.  As Capricorn represents controlled power, and the ascendancy of power, this represents a marked reformation of governmental power, or leadership. Autocratic leaders may fail as well. The New Moon in Pisces is both a resolving of ideology and a regeneration for social reform.  The US, Israel, Argentina and UK are at a birthing stage of political ideology that is aimed at reformation of government.  This can also be a time for personal renewal. Health issues may reach a crisis point or a resolution. The New Moon is a time for renewal and setting a new agenda.

Summary of Major Aspects of the Week

New Moon in Pisces
March 6, 2019

Wednesday March 6th –  With Mercury retro and Uranus in Taurus at the New Moon, adjustments are made in governmental arenas with a common theoretical argument as the triple conjunction of the New Moon and Sun with Neptune in Pisces dissolves boundaries. There can be no absolutes with this passage in Pisces. The Moon in a square aspect (90 deg, harsh) to Jupiter and with a sextile aspect (60 deg, friendly) to Pluto amplifies the judiciary role. On a personal level, health issues and bureaucratic issues as both Pisces and Capricorn are emphasized and interact. Environmental and planetary health are in focus.  

Thursday March 7th – The Moon in Pisces transits to a conjunction (0 deg, combining) aspect with Mercury retro early in the day, and then ingress to Aries is the afternoon or evening, depending on global location. The semi-sextile of Moon to Uranus triggers a reversal of policy, as a reformation of government gets underway. The Sun in a conjunction with Neptune illuminates the deterioration of the environment and world health. As the Moon forms a conjunction with Chiron in the first degree of Aries, a sense of direction is dependent on inner truth and acceptance of the inner guide.

Friday March 8th – The Moon in Aries is sextile aspect (60 deg, friendly) to Venus in Aquarius, as fellowship is promoted.  The Sun in a sextile relationship to Saturn in Capricorn strengthens the resolve of leadership. There is therefore more control over current issues on the part of leadership, maintaining status. The Moon in a square aspect (90 deg, harsh) to Saturn and then also to Pluto in Capricorn brings into awareness the SaturnPluto conjunction and the evolving situation concerning leadership.  A simultaneous trine aspect (120 deg, flowing) to Jupiter in Sagittarius magnifies the intent of the probe, as court ruling allow it to proceed.   

Saturday March 9thMars in Taurus is approaching a sextile aspect (60 deg, favorable) to Neptune in Pisces while the Sun in Pisces sextile Saturn remains in effect. Therefore, it seems that the stability of the status quo is challenged by more aggressive action to raise the underdog status of majorities. There is, however a void-of-course Moon for about 12 hours from Saturday afternoon to early Sunday when signing contracts would not be advisable. The Moon ingress to Aries at 7:11 AM on Sunday morning (GMT) is also conjunct (0 deg, combining) aspect to Uranus, possibly reversing decisions resulting in unexpected actions taken, along with Mercury retro tending to review the past.

Sunday March 10th – As status change and decision reversals are likely to create confusion, the Moon in Taurus is disposed of by Venus in Aquarius while the Moon and Venus are in a square aspect (90 deg, harsh). This could turn out to be a favorable occurrence, though unexpected, such as spontaneous quality time with partners and family, later in the afternoon US times or evening Europe and Middle-eastern times.  Daylight savings time goes into effect in the USA and Canada, turning clocks forward at 2 AM.

Monday March 11th – The Moon in Taurus is conjunct (0 deg, combining) to Mars early in the day (US time zones) and will then be in a trine aspect (120 deg, easy) to Saturn. Here we stick to our proposals, with stubborn Taurus, becoming stronger and more focused on the goals we have set. A trine aspect (120 deg, flowing) to Pluto follows and a quincunx aspect (150 deg, complex) to Jupiter giving an opportunity to join large groups for political action. Voicing your opinion becomes possible with this configuration, and controversial actions may be taken.    

Tuesday March 12th – The Moon in a sextile aspect (60 deg, friendly) to Mercury retro early in the day, may change minds with convincing arguments. The Moon ingress to Gemini also early in the day or afternoon, depending on location, is disposed of by Mercury retro in Pisces, as conversations are endlessly controversial.  It is difficult to make a firm decision today.  A meeting of the minds will have to wait another day (Moon trine to Venus on Wednesday). Your partners in protest or progressive work are identified for the cycle as the New Moon in Pisces is actualized.     

Thanks for reading my report. To find your personal aspects, check for transits of current planets to natal chart positions.  Don’t know your chart? Ask Gimelstar!

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March 5, 2019
Jerusalem, Israel

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