Libra 23 Sep - 23 Oct
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 and each lasting approximately 6 weeks. The eclipse activity in late winter and early spring and again 6 months later falls across the Leo Aquarius axis, the area of your solar chart associated with pleasure, merrymaking, entertainment and children.
The North Node of the Moon will be in Leo until November 2018 and so therefore the South Node will be in the sign opposite Leo, Aquarius, until then too. The North Node also acts like a sign post, pointing to an area to develop, exploit and where opportunities await you. Leo represents the area of your solar chart associated with comrades, friends and benefactors. Therefore, this is a good time to expand your social circle and meet likeminded individuals. While the North Node points to the future and represents an area to embrace, the South Node represents a place of release, where you need to let go, where you’re coming from and the past.
Since Aquarius is the pleasure zone of your solar chart, perhaps you need to make sure that your desire to go it alone and do your thing is not preventing you from benefiting from joining forces with kindred spirits who share your core values, hopes and aspirations. Alternatively, if you have children under your care, the astrological weather suggests that you might want to get a baby sitter occasionally because it seems to be important for you do not let your domestic responsibilities prevent you from expanding your social circle and connecting with friends, old and new.