On December 12th, we have a Full Moon in Gemini. This is not your regular Full Moon in Gemini.
Venus is now completely sandwiched between Saturn and Pluto (Saturn is at 19° Capricorn, Venus and 20° Capricorn, and Pluto at 21° Capricorn.) And the Full Moon is quincunx all of that.
And… Chiron, the wounded healer, goes direct exactly at the Full Moon, stirring the pot even more vigorously. That’s right. It’s time to do something about all this tension.
A quincunx has the nature of Chiron, because, just like the half-man, half-horse, half-animal, half-divine nature of Chiron, a quincunx tries to reconcile two different aspects of ourselves. Gemini and Capricorn.
Gemini and Capricorn couldn’t have been more different. Gemini is air, Capricorn is earth. Gemini is mutable, Capricorn is cardinal. Gemini is YANG, Capricorn is YIN. Nothing in common.
Full Moon In Gemini And Saturn, Venus, Pluto
And if we only had to deal with Gemini and Capricorn, this Full Moon would have probably been just ‘another’ Full Moon. But when the Full Moon stirs the cataclysmic Saturn-Venus-Pluto conjunction, we know we’re not in for an ordinary Full Moon.
Saturn and Pluto are closer than ever. Their encounter is now inevitable. But now that Venus joins the battlefield, you will feel this otherwise outer Saturn-Pluto influence in the depths of your heart. Venus will tell you what Saturn and Pluto want from you, and what this is all about.
Yes, Saturn conjunct Pluto is an outer influence, because Saturn and Pluto are outer planets. But the way things are right now, the state of the world affects us all, because everything is interconnected.
We cannot remain indifferent to what’s going on. We cannot accept the corruption of a world that has lost its glory a long time ago already. We have to get to the heart of the matter.
Full Moons have the ability to bring light into darkness and expose things for what they truly are.
This Full Moon in Gemini will reveal what the monumental Saturn-Pluto conjunction in January 2020 is really about.
When “the world has lost its glory” we may want to “start a brand new story”. Now is the time. December 2019 to January 2020 is an amazing time to be alive.
Full Moon In Gemini -What Truly Matters
There is a myriad of events across the globe that align with the Full Moon in Gemini.
On December 12th, 2019 (exactly at the Full Moon) UK has its general elections, and this is a very “hot” election in the context of Brexit.
Marie Fredriksson, the lead singer of Roxette, has passed on December 10th, just before the Full Moon. Roxette’s song, “It must have been love” is a perfect metaphor for what’s going on in the skies right now.
“It must have been love” – Venus;
“But it’s over now” – Saturn
“It was all that I wanted, now I’m living without” – Pluto
Saturn delays and denies. Pluto is our deepest desire, that thing we desperately want, but we can never have. We’ve all experienced a deep loss at some point in our lives.
We’ve all wanted something so badly, with all our heart, to the point of obsession. However, no matter how much we wanted it, no matter how hard we tried, we never got it.
Saturn is the great teacher. Saturn makes us wait. With Saturn, you don’t get what you want, when you want it. But if you try hard, if you put in the work, you will eventually get it, sooner or later (most likely later).
Most people give up at this stage and never fulfill their full potential. Saturn tests you, to make sure you have what it takes to deserve the object of your desire. Saturn wants to make sure you’ve become that person who can “handle” your new reality.
But with Pluto it’s a completely different story. Pluto is what it’s beyond our control. If you want to become the president of the United States, no matter how hard you try, chances are you will not, because there are just too many people who want the same thing. Your will alone is not enough.
If you want to be with someone, no matter how much you want them, if they don’t want you, you can’t do anything about it. The forces at play are too strong, and too complex.
No matter how hard we try, no matter how much work we put it, with Pluto, we never get what we want. Instead, we get what Pluto wants. And what Pluto wants is beyond the material dimension.
Pluto wants you to get to the essence of things, and now with Venus, it will strip down all your false identifications with the world, to help you find what truly matters.