Early Monday morning, June 17th, at 1:31 am Pacific Time, the Sun will be directly across from the Moon, illuminating it in Full light. This Full Moon traverses the most disruptive gandanta point of the Vedic zodiac, the place between sidereal Scorpio and Sagittarius, called Abhukta Mula. The three water signs end and unlike all the endings of other signs, there is no nakshatra to bridge the abrupt start of the fire sign following it. These gandanta points are karmic knots that stop us, tie us up and create confusion and trouble. Without the fluidity of a transitive star, we feel stuck, knotted and the jolt of jumping into the inimical element of fire after water brings our emotions to a boiling point quick. This chaotic place in the sky is from 29:12 Scorpio to 0:48 minutes Sagittarius in the nakshatras of Jyestha and Mula. Jyestha is where we find great courage, maybe even unwise bravado, and Mula is where we rip whatever it is we are sitting on up from the roots to start anew. This often cruel, always uncertain, part of the sky is where we make a move to be brave, despite our great fear and create a new playing field by destroying the old one.
The Moon winds up in Mula at the end of the Purnima tithi (full phase of the moon) and here our mind and emotions do a wild dance that is both freeing and utterly destructive. Nirriti is the goddess of this star and while related to the dark Mother, Kali, she is neither motherly or seducer of Shiva, the great destroyer. She is more like a tornado, a whirlwind that sweeps through and pulls everything up, throwing it into a wild swirl in the sky and then taking off as it all falls back down in pieces. The gaping holes in the ground the only sign that something was once built there.
Having just crossed through conjunction with Retrograde Jupiter, we are questioning our belief systems and the outside structures that hold them in place. Moving into Sagittarius, this theme continues, and up next will be conjunction with Retrograde Saturn and the South Node Ketu, across from Mars and the North Node Rahu. Having just passed through exact dristhi (energetic gaze) of these four malifics, our psyche will now be feeling the aftermath of that, deeply questioning what we have committed to in relation to those beliefs. As the anger simmers in Gemini, the place where we think, question and speak, the fear and disgust is beginning to solidify and freeze again after the fire-strike from across the sky last week. Mercury joined closely to Mars and Rahu, may be creating a strong speech but with all in Gemini, we are trying to find truth now, albeit with some distortions and exaggerations. The Sun just crossed into Gemini bringing our glaring rays of discernment in line with our consciousness and neat little lies are going to continue to be exposed. With both of our “social” planets, Mercury and Venus in their own signs right now, the capacity to relate in a reasonable and harmonious way is high, allowing us to divert anger and fear in the face of actual other humans. This is necessary if we are ever to get past our strong convictions that what we believe is right.
We have an total solar eclipse coming July 2nd and this will be in the sister-star of Mula, Ardra, where we experience the epic downfall of humankind in a storm of righteous anger...so hang in there and keep uncovering more truth. Question your beliefs, without uprooting your entire value system, and above all, be kind.
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