Moon-Scope; Don’t Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth

April 21, 2022

🌖 Moon in ♑ Capricorn

Hello everyone! The Moon is currently in the astrological sign of Capricorn, where it will remain until tomorrow, Friday the 22nd. Without looking to see, “don’t look a gift horse in the mouth” I’m pretty sure means to not push your luck. If someone is kind enough or generous enough to give you something or do something for you, just take it and say thank you. What’s the connection? Capricorn rules goats and cloven hoofed animals-that means horses.

That being said, something unexpected my be coming your way. Don’t question where it came from, who, why, or how. Just accept it, and be on your way. Chances are, it’s well deserved. Capricorn is patient in its search for security. The Goat is also reserved, but when the time is right, she’s quick to seize the opportunity. When the Moon is in Capricorn, we sit back in a sense, and meticulously feel around for what’s pleasing to us. Problems are encountered when we finally attempt to seize what we’ve been working for and waiting on because suddenly, it’s not accessible.

For whatever reason; it’s blocked, someone’s in the way, there is no more, and so on. The lesson here is flexibility and in the balance, lies your happiness. We have to get creative, formulate new plans, and take alternate routes or ideas into consideration. One way or the other, we will get what we deserve, what’s owed, and what we’ve worked for. When the Moon’s in Capricorn we’ll figure out the smartest, most dedicated, and most disciplined ways of doing that.

Capricorn says “I USE.” When the Moon blends with Capricorn, no stone is left unturned, and every step is exhausted before the next is taken.

The 🌖Moon in ♑Capricorn in the 2nd House🏠.

When it’s 10 o’clock PM here on the east coast, it will be 7 o’clock out on the west coast, and the moon will be in Capricorn in the 2nd House. Naturally, Capricorn dwells in the 10th house, the house of public standing and career. So, lets bring the 10th house theme into the 2nd House. When the Moon blends with Capricorn the energies manifest in the arena of possessions. You will get whatever you want if you work for it in a disciplined and smart way. Saturn is involved here as the ruler of Capricorn, so you know whatever is going on involves discipline. All things in due time.

If you have been busting your ass and killing it at work, some type of recognition or reward is likely.

It’s the spring season. Usually when the spring arrives, it’s out with the old and in with the new. If you haven’t done that, it’s the perfect time to do so. Spend some time thinking about how you can bring harmony to your home. It doesn’t have to be anything extravagant either; maybe a new centerpiece, flowers, or curtains.

At work, you seek praise and honor. If you want the bosses to notice you, spend some time thinking about how you can capture their attention. Make sure you have everything you need to be successful at the work you do.

Lucky Day for Capricorn: Saturday

Lucky Numbers are 2 and 8.

On Saturday, April 23, the Moon will be in its last quarter. Tonight, it’s 71% and waning, which means the visibility of the results from the last cycle is shrinking. I might’ve started analyzing the moon when it was full, and if that’s the case then I would take away from this cycle whatever you need, let the rest go, and we’ll start fresh on the 30th when the new moon arrives in Taurus.

Good night everyone, and thanks for visiting. Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up and Relish is available for purchase in paperback form, and you can find that online at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and almost anywhere books are sold. I think we have about another week or two until the e-book is available.

Have a blessed night and a wonderful day tomorrow.

🤞🗽❤

Second House

Amongst other things, I’ve always considered astrology to be an art, and the astrologer, an artist. It’s a possibility that if you had your chart interpreted by five astrologers, you might end up with five different interpretations.

And this speaks to my reasoning for considering astrology to be an art. Art is an expression of the individual; a creative uniqueness. Every astrologer, at some point, should develop their own unique style or way of interpreting the symbolism in a chart. And that’s what makes him/her an artist.

I wouldn’t consider myself to be an astrologer at this point, but rather more of a student. So, I brought material from several sources together to compare their second house descriptions. Most sources say the second house is the house of possessions, however, one said it was the house of value, esteem, and self-worth.

In a broad sense, possessions can relate to anything we own or acquire. Money is highly stressed here also because in today’s modern society, money is one of the most important possessions we can have. As they say, you can’t wear it or eat it, but it has potential and can convert to other things.

The second house might show activities or projects that can be a source of income. We own our feelings and emotions, so they’re considered to be inner possessions. What does money mean to us? Do we care about having it? Does it matter how much we have? Are we motivated to earn it, and how do we go about that?

I think it’s a good idea to consider the sign Taurus because Taurus rules the second house, and Venus because Venus rules Taurus and is home in the second house.

When I see the “bull” that represents Taurus, it reminds me of Wall Street, and Wall St. relates to the Stock Exchange and money. Venus is the planet of love and beauty. With the involvement of Venus, we can see how emotions and feelings come into play here. There is an emotional attachment to certain personal possessions.

Now, keep in mind, the second house, like the other eleven houses, represents the area in our life certain energies will play out, which is dependent upon planets and their relationships to one another.

Taurus is a fixed earth sign, and the sun makes its way through there between April 20th and May 20th.