Astrological Musings

As earlier noted, today’s full moon is a powerhouse and it’s influence is likely to extend for several days. With Mars (god of war) in a strong conflict with both Jupiter (god of gods) and Neptune (illusion and confusion), we have already seen an increase in conflicts and tensions across the globe that seem to have no outlet.

January’s full moon is known by Native American traditions as the “Wolf Moon.” Art at Aquarian Soul has this interesting article:

Traditionally January has been esconced between the cold and deep snows of midwinter, for the Native American Indian especially those of the Lakota,Nakota and Dakota Nation this was a time that the wolf packs howled hungrily outside their villages. I can almost imagine myself walking in the snowy mountains like a scene out of the movie Windwalker, then huddling inside the tipi for warmth. The wolf has always been a legendary symbol throughout history whether it be the she-wolf that suckled Romulus and Remus so they would survive to found the Roman Empire. Or cultures that tell of Fenrir, in Norse mythology, a monstrous wolf that refused to be tethered. Besides more known references like Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse, there were the “Wolf Warriors” known as Dacians. Dacians tribes (Eaos was the Phrygian word for “wolf”) tribes who were an amalgamation of Thracian tribes from the eastern confines of the Greco-Roman world. This lunation has a ravenous, instinctive quality that can manifest in many ways.

The change of direction on the Supreme Court is only one shift that we are undergoing that will change this planet permanently: Political situations in Iran, China, Russia, Ukraine, all are symbolic of the beginnings of a shift in power that we will see over the next 10 years. The key to managing any change cycle is to become more fully integrated human beings, and this Full Moon offers a matrix for that to take place.

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