Gemini 21 May - 21 Jun
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. The Moon’s Nodes are important
in astrology 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. While the North Node points to the future and represents an area to move towards, embrace and develop, the South Node represents a place of release, where you need to let go, where you’re coming from and so is associated with the past.
The eclipse activity in late winter and early spring and again 6 months later falls across the Leo Aquarius axis. The North Node acts like a sign post, pointing to an area to develop, exploit and where fulfilment, favourable circumstance and opportunities await you. The influence of the North Node in Leo is emphasising the importance of educational matters, whether as a student or educator as well commuting and short trips here and there. Those of you mystically inclined may benefit from the pursuit of alternative forms of spirituality.
The presence of the South Node in Aquarius suggests the answers you seek can be found closer to home. In many ways you need to accept that you already know enough and perhaps need to put what you do know into practice, whether in your work, vocation or emotional life.