The Moon in Cancer in November of 2014 creates a series of interesting (and contradictory!) patterns. On one hand, Moon will join with Uranus and Pluto (in the well known and often discussed Uranus/Pluto square pattern) to form a T-Square. On the other hand, the Moon will join with Mars and Neptune to form a Grand Trine (Grand Water Trine). The first causes conflict and energizes people to “take action” while the second tends to be gentler and more relaxed (and sometimes an opportunity to make a quite a bit of money).
We we examine the T-Square:
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Moments of greatest tension occur when (1) Moon opposes Pluto, (2) Moon squares Uranus, and (3) Moon conjoins Hygeia (an asteroid governing health and health issues). If one counts the node (a point and not an actual body), then one might argue this is an (ongoing) grand cross.
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