Full Moon in Taurus Nov. 13, 2008

Tomorrow’s full Moon at 21 degrees of Taurus makes a T-square to the Sun/Mercury/Mars lineup in Scorpio and the Aquarius stellium of Neptune, North Node, and Chiron in the sky. Expect further dissolution of hard assets.

I pointed this out back in September, but it bears repeating: This full Moon activates the inception chart of the New York Stock Exchange, so be ready for further damage in the equities market.

Indeed, the Dow Jones industrial average closed down 410 points, to the 8,283 level on Nov. 12, after Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson announced that under the $700 billion “mother of all bailouts,” the government will not purchase troubled assets after all.

Hey, remember how the Troubled Asset Relief Program, also known as TARP, was announced during a Mercury retrograde? No surprise that it’s being rejiggered, no doubt for the best.

On a personal level, this full Moon, which occurs at 1:19 a.m. Eastern time, could bring to fruition some new creative plan that you’ve been working on or the resolution of a real estate or business matter.

Mars in the last degrees of Scorpio is past an opposition to the full Moon, but it’s still within orb in my book. Upsetting information about debt or declining asset values could be revealed tonight.

You may not like what you see when you open up your portfolio statement for the month of October. Another scenario is that the local township has raised taxes on your house, even though it’s falling in value.

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4 comments on “Full Moon in Taurus Nov. 13, 2008

  1. Excellent! Monica, I just published a bit on this Full Moon and your post was auto-generated as a link…how very groovy of WordPress.

    I shall link you to my main post on the Full Moon at my other blog – and mention your point about the NYSE chart – it took me so long to write/post that I didn’t compare the Full Moon chart to anything, I just ‘ran with it.’

    Thanks for your wonderful work! jude

  2. Henry Paulson may have Keynesian leanings, but he’s wrong. If you start bailing out consumers and homeowners, it’s like opening a Pandora’s box. There will be no bottom!

    What needs to be done is create confidence, not maintain false comfort levels. That’s true for individuals as well as corporations. If GM contributed to the speculative bubble by driving oil prices up with all their gas-guzzlers hitting the roads, it should not be rewarded for their irresponsibility.

    Save American Express with taxpayers’ money? You must be kidding. If propping up weak firms in the name of competition succeeds in driving the entire nation over the cliff, something is wrong with the system.

    I trust that Pluto entering Capricorn will bring about some sobering thoughts (and experiences, I fear).

    Having said this, I agree that this full Moon in Taurus has much going for itself. Personally I profited from it by planting lettuce today. Here in Brazil it’s springtime. So there is hope and anticipation in some place, at least. Or am I intuitively getting back to basics?

  3. Monica, according to my ephemeris the full moon will be at 06:18 GMT which is not combining with the time you indicate. As you like precision (more than I), you may want to check it out. Ciao, GP

  4. Gian Paul — As they say in the proofreading business, good catch! I had my time wrong. Thanks for pointing it out. The fix has been made. — Monica

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