Pairing Up with the Aries New Moon

Posted by Amanda Painter

Simplified chart section for Friday's Aries New Moon, showing the four pairs of conjunctions. From top: Nessus & Venus, Neptune & Mercury, Vesta & Chiron, Sun & Moon.

Early on Friday the Sun and Moon conjoin in Aries for the Aries New Moon. This is occurring right at the midpoint of the sign, in a rather interesting chart. The sky right now features a strong mix of Aries and Pisces; and while that often occurs at the very beginning of this season, Amanda Painter finds that it’s feeling especially striking this year, thanks to four conjunctions spread across those two signs.

Chiron in Aries: Where to Start?

Posted by Amanda Painter

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Chiron enters Aries on Monday, where it will stay for the next seven years; the Sun enters Pisces Monday, too. Tonight’s issue considers the themes of self-actualization inherent to both Chiron and the Aries Point, and includes a large excerpt from the INTELLIGENCE written readings.

Chiron in Aries: Where to Start?

Posted by Amanda Painter

On Dec. 19 and 20, 2004, the Mars Curiosity rover used its panoramic camera to take the images combined into this mosaic view of itself. During Chiron in Aries, curiosity about, and willingness to explore, who you are may be a good starting place. Photo by NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell

Chiron enters Aries on Monday, where it will stay for the next seven years or so; the Sun enters Pisces Monday, too. Amanda Painter considers the themes of self-actualization inherent to both Chiron and the Aries Point, and checks in on a couple of today’s notable aspects.

Critical-Mass Point: The Big Effect

Posted by Eric Francis Coppolino

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We’re about to experience a Full Moon on the Northern winter solstice. This is a lunation in aspect to the Aries Point (the first degree of the zodiac), and no matter what, that promises to deliver something unusual. The most ordinary Full Moon has a way of breaking deadlocks and getting the energy moving. This […]