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Full Moon in Virgo, February 25, 2013

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Brace for a tidal wave of verbiage on the Full Moon at 07° 24′ Virgo on 25 February 2013, 12:26 PM PST. Jupiter in ever chatty Gemini square the lunar axis is the source. It looks to be one of those times when everyone has an opinion and no problem sharing it.

Another factor promoting endless dialogue is a Mercury-Mars conjunction in mutable Pisces. Mercury is a couple of days into one of its retrograde periods, pushing communications to the forefront for better or worse. Whenever Mars conjoins Mercury words can end up being turned into weapons and since mutable signs in general prefer to talk their way out of trouble? Yup, lots of talk, talk, talk. Just be thankful this conjunction is in amiable Pisces who is a generally peaceable sort. If it was in Scorpio for instance, heads would roll. The retrograde factor implies arguments could go revisit the same points many times before matters are resolved . . . a truly scary thought.

Given the Sun in Pisces conjoins Chiron and the Moon is in Virgo, one of the signs noted for a desire to heal, this Full Moon may bring opportunities to experience catharsis and healing of long standing wounds. Saturn in Scorpio, another sign of healers, and Pluto in Capricorn create harmonious, supportive aspects to the lunar axis. What this suggests to me is whilst delving into those old wounds is bound to have extremely painful moments the wounds once drained will heal up nicely. Be brave!

Uranus in Aries has something to add via the ongoing sextile to Jupiter in Gemini and tense aspects to the Sun and Moon. Aries is semi-sextile the Pisces Sun and inconjunct the Virgo Moon. Rash Uranus in Aries essentially irritates the luminaries because it wants action NOW and is in no mood to sit down and discuss things. As frustrating as this is, please don’t dismiss ideas generated out of hand because chances are those ideas hold a kernel of brilliance and can be applied to good effect at a later date. Those who have personal planets and the Ascendant at 6° to 7° Aries, Virgo or Pisces are the most likely to get the full effect.

Venus leaves Aquarius for Pisces within hours after the Full Moon and proceeds to conjoin Neptune in Pisces (the aspect is exact on 28 February). You know those romantic plans you made for Valentine’s Day? Now is a much more favorable time to put those into motion. Grab those rose-colored glasses and plan a candlelit dinner for two. It will worth it, potential hangover and all. *grin*

The beauty of this Full Moon in Virgo is its mutable quality . . . all those marvelous options to choose from. Cardinal signs initiate, fixed signs keep us on course but without the mutable sign ability to conceive of alternatives and think inclusively, the world would be a much poorer place. Relax and go with the flow . . . who knows what marvelous vistas will appear!

On a personal note: Thankfully this Full Moon the most intense aspects don’t affect my chart. Venus in Aquarius is trine my Sun and the Mercury-Mars conjunction in Pisces is making a waxing trine to my natal Mars in Scorpio from the fourth house. Might inspire me to do some spring housecleaning or work in the yard.

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10 comments to Full Moon in Virgo, February 25, 2013

  • Kaz

    I just feel like I don’t know if I’m coming or going lol! All that water in my 2nd house opposite this full moon 8th. Uranus in my 2nd hopefully can give me a de-lightfull surprise via Jupiter in 5th.
    My brain hurts! :) xox

    • Diane L

      LOL, Kaz! :D

      Yeah, it makes my brain hurt too. Well, maybe Jupiter in the 5th trine your natal Jupiter will do the trick! I sure hope so . . . :D

      xoxoxo diane~

  • William

    This may be a period, when it would be better to keep my opinions to myself as this opposes my Sun at 13 Virgo, and Mercury opposes my Natal Mercury at 20 Virgo. Fortunately, I haven’t any significant other in my life so this being 11 to 5 won’t incite domestic quarrels. It will be a good time for just sitting and, politely nodding my head in agreement. What comes to my mind, is that this could lead to endless debate as Virgo is given to over analyzing everything, and adding all of that Pisces element will mean that it will be an endless debate about how many angels can dance on the head of pin type. In other words, alot of going on about nothing. I would also suggest that if there are any plans with anyone that they be double checked, and triple checked as there are cancellations, and uncancellations in the offing with this pairing.

    • Diane L

      Hi William!

      It will be a good time for just sitting and, politely nodding my head in agreement.

      LOL! Hope this strategy is working well for you. :)

      What comes to my mind, is that this could lead to endless debate as Virgo is given to over analyzing everything, and adding all of that Pisces element will mean that it will be an endless debate about how many angels can dance on the head of pin type. In other words, alot of going on about nothing. I would also suggest that if there are any plans with anyone that they be double checked, and triple checked as there are cancellations, and uncancellations in the offing with this pairing.

      Good points all for this entire Mercury Rx w/all those planets in Pisces. Hard to pin anything down in this mushy atmosphere.

      xoxoxo diane~

  • Brex

    This Full Moon is exactly on my Vertex, although I don’t know much about the Vertex point. It’s in my 7th house. Does anyone have any idea about a Full Moon on the Vertex?

    • Diane L

      Hi Brex!

      The Vertex is one of those interesting calculated points & having the Full Moon conjoin it could focus more attention than usual on your one-on-one relationships, for better or worse. I do know in synastry having someone’s Sun or Moon conjoin our Vertex does indicate a significant relationship of some kind, usually NOT romantic in nature.

      xoxoxo diane~

  • me

    A square from Jupiter can only be the opposite to fortunate. The T-Square will generate a situation of attraction-repulsion or should I – should I not.

    • Diane L

      Welcome me!
      A square from Jupiter can only be the opposite to fortunate. The T-Square will generate a situation of attraction-repulsion or should I – should I not.

      Jupiter squares can often end up being too much of a good thing as in eating too many sweets can lead to serious indigestion. :P

      xoxo diane~

  • Linda

    This fuill moon is in my tenth. Is this the colmunation of the job I lost or the beginning of a new career direction? BTW, I may be a bit early for the Grand Water Trine which will hit my 4-8-12, Pisces, Cancer,Scorpio houses and I just moved to a new house 5 minutes from the ocean. Time for that water to flow and heal my Libra soul.

    • Diane L

      Hi Linda! :D

      This fuill moon is in my tenth. Is this the colmunation of the job I lost or the beginning of a new career direction?

      Since Jupiter in Gemini squares the lunar axis (& your MC-IC) I’m wondering if you work closely enough w/someone to consider them a business partner because partnership issues are in play here.

      BTW, I may be a bit early for the Grand Water Trine which will hit my 4-8-12, Pisces, Cancer,Scorpio houses and I just moved to a new house 5 minutes from the ocean. Time for that water to flow and heal my Libra soul.

      Oh I am SO envious!! :D Living 5 min from the ocean sounds perfectly delightful to me. We both have Pisces IC and living close to the water is so soothing to us. This may be due to the parade of Pisces planets over your IC too. Enjoy your new home!

      xoxoxoxo diane~