With Jupiter in Libra and Pluto in Capricorn, relationships and work, and the balance between, have been especially ripe for growth and transformation.We may see the results of our growth at this eclipse, and become aware of the need to shed yet another layer of our old selves.The gay Libra man can attract the attention of a multitude of friends. Add that to that his ability to attract and his flirty, vivacious nature, and it's almost a sure thing he's had many romantic relationships.
Leo is proud and wants love, respect and acceptance, and is therefore more conservative. This year Mars, who has just moved into Leo will be part of that date between the Sun and Moon, adding energy to fire up our vitality and passion.
Aquarius relishes being different, doesn’t want to fit in, and doesn’t obey rules. The four days of the challenging First Quarter Square, when the Moon has moved into Scorpio (from July 30 is also a lunar eclipse, which is an extra potent Full Moon and offers an opportunity to make significant shifts in our lives.
In this case, especially in the Aquarian arenas of friendships, groups, and community.
Significant people also tend to come into or go out of our lives.
This Leo/Aquarius opposition also highlights the relationships between individuals and the collective.
At a lunar eclipse, events from the past come to completion.
Librans are worrywarts and being or feeling alone is the most horrible thing they can imagine.
They need other people, want to be liked and respected, and their natural aversion to conflict leads them to avoid any sort of ugliness or unpleasantness.
I would love to hear people’s experiences of this significant event.
A refined, luxury loving, artsy, easily hurt, commitment-oriented gay Libra man matched with a brash, commitment shy, adventure seeking, sports loving, rough and tumble gay Sagittarius man is a strange mix.
However, it seems to work because of their ruling planets, Venus and Jupiter.