Full Moon in Aries: September 24, 2018 – TENSION

The tense full moon in Aries takes place on the evening of September 24th at two degrees of the sign.  Some will experience this full moon like a punch to the gut because the sun, moon, Mercury and Saturn will form a tight Cardinal t-square.  The Cardinal signs prefer to be in control. There are three signs here; and they’re likely to all think they’re right.  Mars (Aries) + Saturn is also potentially cruel.  “Martial law” comes to mind. The cardinal signs start every season—Aries kicks off spring, Cancer starts summer, Libra begins fall and Capricorn is the first winter sign. Thus, they are the leaders and “idea people” of the zodiac. These signs prize originality and like to be first in everything they do.
Lines will be drawn and order will be enforced. This can occur in a society but also in a family or whenever within individual who decides to control themselves.
To further complicate things, Aries-ruler Mars is involved in a second T-square that includes Venus in Scorpio and Uranus in Taurus.  This makes the whole situation impossible to predict other than to say you should expect to meet up with boulders in your path, to block attacks or perhaps negotiate a compromise. If it’s the latter, it should and probably will be, iron-clad.
The Harvest Moon in Aries in might have you thinking it’s all about growth and abundance. In actuality not so much. That’s because full moons ask us to pause and reflect — not the sort of thing Aries typically enjoys.” As the first sign in the zodiac, Aries manifests as energy that wants to move forward all the time. But, if you fall under the spell of Aries, it’s going to be a rough harvest moon for you. “Just as the sun’s light makes the moon visible at this time, our own dark side might tend to show up in more obvious ways. For Aries, that can mean anger, aggression, and reckless or hotheaded behavior.
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