Full Moon in Gemini November 23 2018
November 23 2018
Full Moon on the 23rd occurs in the earliest degree of 0° Gemini in the Pleiades Star Cluster. Early degrees carry a special significance, emphasising freshness and new lessons being learnt, which may seem at odds with the Full Moon accentuating a stage of completion. It may coincide with Uranus moving back to Aries bringing attention to our past and what may still need resolving.
Full Moon square Mars may bring repressed anger to the surface so be more conscious of your thoughts and expression. There is more of danger when taking risks or acting without thinking. However, holding in anger and frustration is not healthy either. If you feel more emotional it is best to do physical activities such as sport or exercise to get the energy out then you can think more clearly. Be careful to not expend too much energy to avoid physical or emotional exhaustion.
The Gemini Moon also opposes Jupiter, close to the Sun. Jupiter is so often thought of in positive terms, mainly with indulgence or extravagance. Yet it is easy to end up with a situation of great imbalance under a dominant Jupiter that has just recently moved into its own sign of Sagittarius.
Mars square Jupiter can make you feel energetic and ambitious but can also make you impulsive and tactless. It gives the courage to take on speak your mind if you feel threatened but a defensive approach is best. You may feel like barking up the wrong tree. This is not a good full moon or going on the attack, especially without provocation.
Mars is also caught up in a T-square. With Mars now in Pisces, it is fluid and floaty, much more passive than usual, Mars is in the apex position of the t-square between Jupiter the Sun and the Moon. which gives it the ability to work with the opposing forces of the other planets. Giving you more Piscean empathy and compassion.
Mercury the ruler of the Gemini Moon is conjunct Jupiter in Sagittarius, all of this adding up to a theme around exaggeration or other inaccuracies. Any oversights may be unintentional, but could turn out to be costly.