The last New Moon in Scorpio has been angular over Moscow. With Uranus involved, we may be shocked by unexpected events. The tensions which are rising along the western border can be tricky to deal with.
Post Cold War Russia is still going through its Saturn return, that’s a major fact to keep in mind. The nation is facing a maturity test.
For months, I have written about the importance of this particular lunar month for the USA as well. Biden’s administration has lost consensus enormously, and that level of stress was visible in the inauguration chart already. As I specified last January, the chart shows an extraordinary amount of planetary tension. A clear divide between the ruling class and popular undercurrents is visible. As the Moon progressed towards the Mars-Uranus conjunction, this became quite evident. Quite interestingly, this Mars-Uranus synod culminates this month, during the next Lunar Eclipse.
With Pluto in late Capricorn, there are still many tests the nation has to go through; this is the beginning of a major phase of rediscovery for the States as a federation. However, where Pluto gets involved, devastation precedes rebirth. It may well be that the American economic, ideological, political and social empire triggers a supernova over the next few years. It is a slow, yet irreversible and necessary process.
Let’s not forget how the next Lunar Eclipse will also be hitting the Chinese MC/IC, Queen Elizabeth’s MC/IC and culminating Saturn, and Joe Biden’s natal Sun. There is obviously so much going on under this Saturn-Uranus waning square already, a planetary phase which is frustrating society with promises for a brighter future that clash against a past we can’t let go of.
Last but not least, with the Planetary Index falling again (all planets gathering on one side of the zodiac) we are witnessing another forecasted ‘general closure’. I have written about this throughout 2021, specifying that no considerable balance may be visible before Jupiter escapes the Low Planetary Index zone in 2024.