- Mars in Aquarius square Juno Rx in Taurus (27 deg)
- Ceres in Libra square the South Node in Capricorn/North Node in Cancer (29 deg)
Today we have two squares that will provide motivating crises. No one likes tension, but that’s how change happens.
The Mars/Juno square indicates a confrontation between set relationship agreements versus disruptive or independent actions. One partner may want to keep things the same while the other wants their freedom, or is agitating for change.
This is the second of two squares. The first square occured on July 16th, 2018 when Mars was Rx and Juno was direct (at 6 deg). At that time, actions were being reviewed and revised. Now that Juno is Rx, the terms of the agreement/commitment may be up for revision.
Mars square Juno can indicate relationship conflict, but if a partnership has stagnated, this final square should shake things up.
Ceres in the final degree of Libra squares the Nodes, newly entered into Capricorn/Cancer. A one-on-one (or one-sided) exchange of nurturing is at a tipping point. A square to the Nodes means this is a key issue that needs to be resolved before you can move forward. So there may be old rules/responsibilities (Capricorn South Node) that need to be revised (or left behind) before you can arrive at an authentic form of nurturing where needs (for both people) are met (Cancer North Node).
Parental issues are very strong here. Ceres is mother’s nurturing, Capricorn is the father and Cancer is the mother/child. What’s happening with the family dynamics? There’s a definite shift here – the way nurturing/care is being applied is up for a major change. Perhaps the caregiver/patient relationship is being redefined. Or, maybe your responsibilities as a caregiver/mother need attention.
When Libra is involved, you’re going from one end of the scales to the other, and ultimately you want to find that balance point.