Oct - 21 Nov
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 eclipse are considered potent astrological
indicators of change. There are two eclipse seasons a year,
roughly 6 months apart, 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 North Node of the Moon will be in Leo until November 2018 and so the South Node will be in the sign opposite Leo, Aquarius, until then too.
The influence of the North Node is considered beneficial and acts like a sign post, pointing to an area to develop, exploit and where favourable opportunities await you. Leo represents the area of your solar chart associated with work, career, vocation and your dealings with those in positions of authority and influence, and the presence of the North Node here is favourable. With the South Node in Aquarius, this is where you need to release, unbind yourself and let go.
Since Aquarius is the area of your solar chart associated with home, family and domestic matters. This suggests that you shouldn’t allow your domestic concerns prevent you from doing your thing out in the world. If the right work or career opportunity turns up but entails changes to your living arrangements, routines or even a potential relocation, then it needs to be given serious consideration. Be careful not to be too deeply drawn into complicated property matters or domestic dramas.