Gemini Sun, Aries Moon

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Mental dexterity and emotional bravery.

Your Sun/Moon combination is summoning you for full participation and exploration in the intellectual and emotional realms of life. Are you up for the challenge?

There is little room for the type of life where you run from your thoughts and your feelings.

You’re not just meant to leave a mark, but rather an unrepeatable imprint,  for your own sake,  and for others to follow.

If you don’t quite “feel” like this, it’s encouraged that you develop the courage and the confidence to do so. One of your callings and challenges in life is to pursue your desires without guilt, or fear of being labeled selfish by others, navigating through life with agility and refusing to back down from anything which doesn’t embody a representation of your truest, most authentic self.

Creative power is generated from the lightning quick grasping of concepts, the absorbing of information and the dissemination of ideas with “heart” and passion. It’s essential that you have conviction about that which you’re speaking in order for this potential to be maximized.

This solar/lunar combination suggests the infusion of a youthful, fresh approach in whatever it is you’re doing along with the ultimate need to be number one in your own heart and life. If you choose to harness your bravery, a.k.a “fight the good fight”, understand that this is an investment in SELF, which for you, is one of the best kind because you NEED a REASON or CAUSE to champion, and why not the individual that you LOVE more than anything or anybody in this world?

With such an attitude, a myriad of winning scenarios are on the table. If you take the route of doubting yourself (especially your intellectual capacity) or using words as a weapon to inflict injury on others, you could no doubt wind up the biggest loser in the scenario that is your existence.

 

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Libra Sun, Aries Moon

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Your ultimate aspirations are connected to relational concerns and the “fuel” of rapport seeking. However, in your heart beats adrenalin, and the yearning to take risks which test your courage and warrior spirit.

You’re inclined to take the direct route when it comes to pursuing your desires, and need to realize that for you to do this in a truly independent fashion, some feathers will definitely get ruffled in the process.

A fact of life is : sometimes people get upset, and they’re going to have to remain that way until they decide to stop.

Though you would much rather navigate life with diplomacy and even handedness, one of your largest lessons is: to obtain the ultimate peace that you seek, sometimes WAR is necessary.

Your Sun/Moon blend suggests  an emotional need to lead. To pioneer in some area of life. To compete for first place, whether it’s an internal or external challenge.

Your resources are summed up nicely in a line from “War Games” by O.C. and Organized Konfusion.

“guerrilla warfare tactics issue unlimited access to ammo/ with fireproof camouflage apparel.”

With your Libra Sun,the part of you which wishes to exude refinement, harmonious speech and action , while using it as a social lubricant, has the potential to quell even the most hostile of situations. Consider this your “fireproof  camouflage apparel.”

While your “ammo”, which is reflected by your Aries Moon, is your sense of bravery and willingness to participate in the trenches of interpersonal combat if need be.

Sagittarius Sun, Aries Moon

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To fight for a cause that we believe in can truly be a noble thing. Accepting the challenges of leadership and the possible consequences is something that’s often discussed and written about, but practiced on much more rare occasions. If there’s a Sun-Moon blend that has the potential to move the world through the strength of conviction, it’s Sagittaries/Aries.

In a birth chart, when the Sun is placed in Sagittarius and the Moon in Aries, the core life energy of the individual is geared toward the aiming and shooting of  free flying intellectual arrows supported by a broad and expansive thrust of thought. The Sagittarian arrow’s symbolic desire is to swiftly travel it’s terrain with a wide, telescopic overview and as few limitations as possible.

This is the Archer’s forte, and it’s all in the name of discovering a meaning to life which is ultimately greater and more comprehensive than when the arrows initial journey began. There is an infinite quest to unearth the significance of interrelationships which explain what we once thought was inexplicable.

The light of the Sagittarian Sun is used by the Aries Moon to reflect a person who needs to “ram” and charge his or her way into the world with forceful impact. The reigning need of the personality is to make a strong and significant statement of personal identity. To actively engage in life through competition with self and others.

The Moon’s placement in Aries suggests that the individual is sustained and nourished through tests of will and courage; through flexing one’s muscles and honing their strengths. This Sun-Moon combination is dynamically energized by passionate faith and the potential potency of big ideas and large scale enterprises. With this blend, subtlety takes a back seat as the principles of desire and expansion are expressed in the most straightforward manner imaginable.

Typically, with this Sun-Moon blend, honing in on intuition and operating off of hunches is second nature. However, there’s a fine line between blending intellect and bravado effectively in order to meet life’s challenges and foolheartedly acting on whims and placing yourself in physical, intellectual or emotional danger. The Sagittarian Sun/Aries Moon individual must learn how to tow this line very skillfully.

Possibly the least constructive behavioral manifestation of this solar/lunar pairing is the dogmatic know-it-all and the overtly aggressive personality which rationalizes “operating independently” as the total disregard of any type of input from outside sources. This potential quality of impulsive action is further explained by David Shapiro:

“If we consider the formal characteristics of impulsive action, certain ones easily come to mind. For example, I have mentioned that impulsive action is speedy; it is typically quick in execution , and more important , it is speedy in the sense that the period between thought and execution is usually short. To mention another, it is usually abrupt or discontinuous in contrast to normal activity , which ordinarily seems to follow from avowed or at least perceptible aims of visible preparations.”

If the individual with this combination should engage in extremely self-centered thought which gives way to haphazard action it can morph into the behavioral manifestation of an  overfunctioning “Type A” [with the “SS” to go along with it] personality.

A productive blending of these Sun-Moon energies has the potential to result in a Visionary who not only possesses the courage to lead, but also the intellectual acuity and flexibility to recognize when it’s appropriate to be receptive to the input of others and cooperate on the basis of strengthening their personal relationships.

Reference: “Neurotic Styles” by David Shapiro

 

Taurus Sun, Aries Moon

 

*Excerpt from the upcoming “Book of Taurus”

You have the potential to create value and beautify your surroundings through sheer consistency. After all, there’s a certain serenity in others knowing what they can expect from you. Being “solid as a rock” is something that comes naturally, but keep in mind that  a rock can also be an immovable object that’s incapable of any flexibility, as sometimes yielding and giving way to the more flexible parts of your being is wise.

While the Taurean fuel composed of persistence and stamina assists in grounding the Aries propensity to start “with a bang” and then become bored, moving on to new frontiers to conquer, the fiery Arian influence contributes passion, which counters a tendency to regress toward possible inertia: simply seeking to do things the way they’ve always been done without examining if they’re still working or yielding the desired results.

What you’re really seeking to do with this blend is to have impact in the world without forcing or “ramming” your agenda down the throats of others, and see multiple possibilities, unlike a bull who only sees red and has blinders on.

You’re caught somewhere between : Fools Rush in”, “Haste makes waste” and “Courage is the power to let go of the familiar.”

Part of your lifetime work consists of helping these three to get along.

Pisces Sun, Aries Moon

One of your keys to connecting with the greater sphere of humanity is to confidently and courageously know your own value and accept yourself in all of your intrinsic worth. After all, this is what fills your heart.

Your life lessons stem from being able to discriminate between working in your self-interest from thoughtless and insensitive behavior toward others. When you fearlessly love yourself and provide the self-care you deserve you have the potential to blossom into someone who understands the unifying principles which permeate through human life. Therefore, you can operate from a place of internal power and respect for self as well as your fellow woman or man.

We live in a society where “might makes right”, but you’ll learn that your application of will requires a touch of finesse to become truly effective. In fact, a potent STRENGTH lies in your SENSITIVITY toward other people.

The willingness to embrace the adventure of trusting your gut and following your inner guidance can serve as the ultimate tool in your self-realization. Visionary warriorhood lies within your grasp.

Capricorn Sun, Aries Moon: Stringer Bell The Businessman & Avon Barksdale The Gangster

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For anyone who’s into “The Wire’, which was one of the best shows on television as far as I’m concerned, you need look no further than Stringer Bell and Avon Barksdale to understand the Capricorn Sun/Aries Moon combination.

The Capricorn archetype symbolizes all things administrative. Getting things done systematically and strategically in a businesslike fashion. With the Sun located here, one is fueled by ambition. The thought of seeing one’s efforts manifest into tangible form is a maintainer of life energy. To feel as if one has their vitality, they must see the fruits of their labor via a time-tested structure of some sort, or rise to the heights of status, being the “power behind the throne.”

The Moon in Aries reflects the light of the Capricorn Sun revealing a personality that wants to make things happen and be first in some facet of life. Both signs want to get things done, one for status and another for sheer IMPACT, which explains the inherent tension and stressful relationship between the two.

This combination can produce an individual who acts based on calculated risks and maintains immense courage in the face of adversity, or one who impulsively throws their hard work away because their knee jerk reactions tell them they need to constantly be on top.

When I saw this scene, I immediately thought about the two forces battling within the psyche of those who share this combination.

Stringer tells Avon “If you call the shot, We’re at war” and “I’m there like I’ve always been.”

This much is true, but it’s clear that the two have different approaches. One directly active, and the other more strategic. Capricorn says:” let’s do business and make our resources work for us.” While Aries says: “Let’s take what’s ours.”

The optimal use of this combination is the integration of the two.

Aries Sun, Aries Moon

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*Excerpt from the upcoming “Book of Aries”

There’s a storm comin’, and it’s in the form of a double Aries Sun/Moon combination.

It’s evident that your heart’s desire to make your mark in the world and your aspiration to develop courage and intestinal fortitude have tremendous potential to be “on the same page” if you’ll allow that power to operate through you.

For you, it’s important to realize that no Woman/Man is an island, and there’s indescribable value in understanding that it’s through your relationships that you have an opportunity to gain self-understanding. YOU wouldn’t be YOU without points of comparison.

You walk the fine line, teetering between firm assertion of your self-interest and what you feel you should give other people. The red hot potency of your identity won’t be denied and you’ll go great lengths to defend it.

The well worn path rarely has enough heat to activate the fire which stirs in your soul. You would much rather blaze a trail of your own for others to follow than fall in line as the proverbial “good samaritan”. Some of the questions which this combination asks is: Will you finish what you’ve started? How complete is the model that you wish to use to represent you?

Consider that during war, “retreat” can sometimes be used as a competent strategy and that to yield doesn’t always indicate weakness. In fact, it suggests a versatility which can allow you to accomplish feats beyond your wildest dreams