25th to 26th December, the Moon moved from Gemini, where it
was opposing Pluto, into Cancer where it was to become full
during the day. Each of these things happens every month but
not usually so close together, and in combination one might
be looking to observe a transforming situation that would affect
our emotions on a grand scale.
More interestingly, the Moon’s opposition to Pluto
coincided with Mars moving into Sagittarius where he is to
square Uranus in Pisces by 30/31st December. This is about
the effective and firey energy of Mars provoking sudden/Uranian
changes in Pisces (the sea!) – it could easily be the
expression of tectonic plates shifting under the sea.
However uncomfortable – even disastrous – this
may be for human life, Uranus was in harmony with the Sun/Moon
and the Nodes of the Moon at the time, and so the event was
naturally ‘right’ in the larger scheme of things,
perhaps more settling for the Earth herself! So all we can
do is use the events of this earthquake and consequent tidal
waves to reaffirm our attachment to things that endure, rather
than to any emotional dogma or physical state.
Being human, we are hardly likely to be so non-attached,
so perhaps this time is for remembering what is really important
and enduring for us – including connection with loved
ones on both sides of the veil, and most especially our connection
with our own inner light. It is this light that leads us all
through each moment towards the eternal, and expresses itself
through loving and respecting each other.
This earthquake, and the destruction that followed it, reminded
me to put the light once again at the top of my priority list,
and I ask anyone who reads this little missive to spend the
next 5 seconds streaming your heart’s loving energy
through the one Light towards any disaster area and all involved
in the events – anywhere, without limit or judgement.