On the 6th of October 2021, 11:06 am, the New Moon will direct its energies at 13°26 in Libra.
Through its dual conjunction with Sun and Mars, New Moon’s vibes will reach agreements in a rather tense context. Regardless of the situation, never lose sight of Venus who regulates Libra and under its aegis, love is stronger than anything else.
The quincunx inherently presents languages and conceptions of different lives in a sky map and this doesn’t help feeling in tune at times, if the differences don’t turn into points of support, to move forward. Understanding oneself and having an open conversation is a way out, otherwise truths on both sides will remain incompatible. This New Moon on the 6th of October 2021 displays four quincunxes, of which this Sun/Moon/Mars trio in Libra with Uranus in Taurus. Mars and Uranus supported by the New Moon won’t be patient enough, with a risk that each one will stick to their guns, while it’s about finding unity.
If Libra has union as its symbol, it also represents balance and is a stickler for what’s fair and what isn’t. It’s an Air sign and in this regard, it feels the need for freedom and is perfectly capable of stepping up to defend very important values. As for the minus side, there will be more and more anger and frustrations. As for the upside, these aspects will provide the courage to act dynamically and get together. Personally speaking, it may provide you with signatures, contracts, commitments, and get you closer with a loved one. The other quincunx is the one of Mercury with Neptune, which will require transparency more than ever and won’t put up with things which are left unsaid or questions without answers.
While Mars and Uranus continue to deal with the conditions of life, Moon moves forward and its trine with Jupiter will lead to some more enticing perspectives. Bonding with one’s partner, agreeing with one’s superiors, a completely unexpected encounter for lonely hearts, solidarity with family, friends, and society. Everything will be possible if each one strives to see the glass half full, rather than half empty and fills it up with love, to promote peace.