Capricorn Lunar Eclipse: Through the Eye of the Needle

Capricorn Lunar Eclipse_ Through the Eye of the Needle

June 24, 2010

Capricorn Lunar Eclipse

The Capricorn Lunar Eclipse is Saturday (June 26th). There will be a Moon/Pluto/North Node conjunction in Capricorn. Those three will oppose Sun/Mercury/South Node in Cancer. This opposition forms a cross with Jupiter/Uranus in Aries opposing Saturn in Virgo.

Squeezing through

Jupiter in Aries indicates leaps of faith. Uranus in Aries wishes to break free. Saturn wants to be sure that we are being realistic. Pluto in Capricorn emphasizes empowerment through hard work and tearing down false structures.

The expansion and progress we wish to make, globally and personally, need to fit within tight parameters- but they’re possible.

The North Node/Pluto/Moon conjunction in Capricorn is pointing the way to self-sufficiency by getting serious about deep change. What have we become dependent on? The South Node in Cancer continues to emphasize letting go of dependent relationships- with people, objects or situations. Jupiter/Uranus in Aries supports becoming self-reliant. There’s no time like the present to release neediness. Saturn, in the late degrees of Virgo, wants us to cast a critically realistic eye on the world. Where are the small flaws that can cause the whole system to collapse? Who is paying attention to the details?The Sun/Mercury/South Node conjunction in Cancer cautions about playing it safe and taking the least ambitious route.

The Pluto in Libra generation

Pluto in Capricorn is saying something to the Pluto in Libra generation about getting passionate about taking responsibility.

We sit back, we watch, but we never get our hands dirty. However, we are all approaching our Pluto square Pluto transit (some of us are already in it). This square will challenge us to get ambitious, to get off our butts and to become authorities in the world. Pluto in Capricorn is dumping a big pile of responsibility in our laps. How are we going to handle it? Are we going to step up to the plate or wait for someone else to do it for us?

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