Many of the objects involved in Monday’s Full Moon are essentially still in the same positions. So there’s a good chance you’re continuing to deal with much of the same inner and environmental material that came to light earlier in the week. Amanda Painter charts the continuing astrology, and describes her personal Aries Point Full Moon experience.
As you may recall, we experienced a total eclipse of the Sun in Pisces a week ago Tuesday. Eclipses usually come in little clusters, usually of two — a solar and a lunar. In the current sequence, last week’s solar eclipse is followed by what is called a penumbral eclipse of the Moon in Libra this coming Wednesday, right on the heels of the Aries equinox.
We are approaching the summer solstice, one of the most concentrated astrological moments of the year. This plays into an existing setup of planets gathering in the places where the changes of seasons are focused. As referenced many times on these pages, this is called the Aries Point: the imaginary cross in the sky that goes from Aries to Libra and Cancer to Capricorn.
At 5:08 am EDT on Tuesday, Mars forms a conjunction to Chiron in Aries. This happens on an approximately two-year cycle; the prior event was in very late Pisces in December 2018, as Chiron was in the process of changing signs into Aries. There is something initiatory about this aspect: something I have seen can work to get us to the next phase of our lives, and place of awareness.