Aquarius 20 Jan - 18 Feb
The Moon has two Nodes, the North
Node and the South Node. The Nodes
form an axis and are always opposite one
another in the zodiac. One of the reasons
the Moon’s Nodes, the North Node and the
South Node, are considered important in astrology
is because when a new or full Moon falls near one of
the Nodes, a solar or lunar eclipse occurs and eclipses are
considered potent astrological indicators of change. There are
two eclipse seasons a year, roughly 6 months apart, each lasting approximately 6 weeks. With most of the eclipse activity in late winter and early spring and again 6 months later occurring across the Leo Aquarius axis, you’ll be affected more than most by eclipse activity in 2018.
The current eclipse season gets underway with the North Node of the Moon in your opposite sign of Leo and the South Node, which is always opposite the North Node, in Aquarius, your Sun sign, along with Venus, the Sun and Mercury. The North Node acts like a sign post, pointing to an area to develop, exploit and where favourable circumstance and opportunities await you. The South Node is considered a place of release, where you need to let go, reduce rather than expand and is associated with the past and where we’re coming from as opposed to the North Node, which points to the future.
With so much activity in your Sun sign you’re likely to busy. Nevertheless, with the North Node in Leo, the area of your solar chart associated with others, the public in general and relationships in particular, rather than trying to go it alone, this would be a time to make an extra effort to reach out to others, to cooperate, compromise and be a team player and let others set the agenda, call the shots and sit in the driving seat more often.