On April 23rd @ 3:25am BST the Sun meets the Moon in Taurus, seeding the spark of the divine gifted by Aries into the Earth.
Planting the spark of the divine into the Earth sounds wonderful doesn’t it?
Like the beginning of a wonderful new world!
And I do believe this is more possible now than I have ever seen in my lifetime.
Only 9% of Brits want the world to go back to "normal" after lockdown, so surely that tells us something?
The Moon LOVES to be in Taurus, more than any other zodiac sign. It feels at home in the Earth Mother.
The Moon loves to grow things, which is why farmers plant by the rhythms of the Moon.
Homebody Taurus loves to nourish, grow and create beautiful surroundings.
A silver lining product so supported by our current Covid climate.
But birthing a new world is no mean feat and so it comes as no surprise that this is the third somewhat challenging Moon in a row and as I said in the last one:
Astrological skies aren’t meant to be a glass ceiling of an invisible prison.
Astrology is the bigger picture, a mix of the divine to help us gain traction for our evolution, so with what I am about to say, pose the question:
“How do I evolve through this?”
When the Moon is New the Sun has come round to greet it.
It is a meeting of minds, our consciousness and unconsciousness. A momentary revelation, an enlightening rebirth, the beginning of a new life.
With Taurus being the Earth Mother, we are birthing a new world, but Uranus has also come into the labour ward.
The purpose of Uranus is also to birth a whole new world.
But it does it in a way that unsettles the security conscious Bull.
Uranus rules "The Fool", the first card in the Tarot. Representing the newborn child, a visionary that brings forth the divine’s vision like “there’s method in the madness”!
The Fool is a real wild child, bringing chaos and upheaval into the once steady well ordered comfortable Taurean’s life, which raises a red flag to a bull.
We have a rebel in the labour ward whilst the Mother is trying to birth, not only that but Saturn is squaring off to the labour room party.
Uranus wants the freedom to experience life andSaturn is the elder who restricts and commands order, responsibility and respect (lockdown).
In mythology Saturn ate his children, and is the archenemy of Uranus.
Saturn also sounds like “Satan” and is called the major “malefic”.
Saturn is the fallen angel, the old, aggrieved, bitter, jealous, vengeful forgotten ex (also the shadow side of Taurus). You can see this archetype in the fairytale “Maleficent” the evil wicked witch that curses the newborn, but , thankfully, what we have here is more Disney:
The one where “Maleficent” is not actually evil, but hurt and misunderstood. The newborn is the product of such a hurt so she curses it.
But the child grows to become Maleficent’s saviour because she is open hearted.
This love opens Maleficent’s hardened heart bringing forward a dormant but powerful hidden mothering tendency.
This story is one of Taurus (just look at Maleficent's horns). Taurus has a powerful mothering instinct and if it sees this new world as one of love then there is hope.
My husband has a Taurus Moon, when his daughter was born he had this type of experience, which meant he became his daughter’s mother - and a fabulous one at that.
Anything he touches grows with love, plants, food, relationships, this is the epitome of the Taurus moon and the answer to the question.
“How do I evolve through this?”
I am cooking up in my Taurean kitchen a recipe to help you birth a new world of love.
I have a Taurus Ascendant, which means anything wholesome I cook gets served to the public!
In my house the kitchen is Mr Taurean Moon’s room - he won’t even let me make him a cup of tea!
Since lockdown he has turned the lounge has turned into an allotment! Suits me real fine! He puts the love in the home kitchen, which means I can put even more love into what I am cooking up for you :)...
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We have been brought up by generations of Maleficents. The wounded bringing up wounded, it's nobody's fault, and as hopeless as it might sound, it’s not.
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