“Scorpio Full Moon on April 28, 2010 is Sharing and Receiving Information”

As we approach another Full Moon happening at 5:20 a.m. PDT on April 28, 2010 at 8 Scorpio 7, I am beginning to realize how I am treating each of these different moon periods, as a time to reflect and meditate on the influence they have on us, no matter how subtle the effect will be.  With the Full Moon in Scorpio, the Sun which is in opposition subtlety plays its’ part in coloring our perspectives, demanding us to communicate and share our thoughts and ideas, and to listen and pay attention.  When one is listening, one is giving the other person, the opportunity to share and give.  Mars the ruler of Scorpio is reminding us that anything that is worth having takes work and perseverance, and needs to be shared with others.  Anything worth doing is worth doing it right from the beginning, and rushing through the project for financial gain or personal glory at this time will no longer produce the results we are seeking.

“The Sabian symbol for the Moon in 9 degrees of Scorpio and for the Sun in 9 degrees of Taurus is taken from “The Sabian Symbols in Astrology by Marc Edmund Jones”, and what follows are my comments.

Scorpio 9  Dental work  this is a symbol of self-renewal through a continuous attention to the needs of the being on all planes of effort, and of the stewardship of an inner and divine spark through which individuality sustains its spiritual citizenship in the symbolical community of its kind.  Here are high personal rewards for every proper concern over one’s potentialities and possessions.  Man fulfills his highest mission as he dramatizes himself and his excellencies for his fellows.  The keyword is practicality.  When positive, the degree is a creative ingenuity brought to a real service for others, and when negative, a thoughtless acceptance of life’s makeshifts and an unhealthy admiration for artificiality.

Taurus 9  A Christmas tree decorated  This is a symbol of a self-renewal through a sharing with others, or a remaking of ties and a regathering of visions through the recurrent birth of a world spirit.  Here individual reciprocity is given added dimensions as both a practical fact and an idealistic pattern or ritualization.  Possessions are enhanced as they are exhibited, and as the enjoyment becomes increasingly vicarious and spiritual.  The keyword is symbolization.  When positive, the degree is man’s achievement of complete self-satisfaction through a simple sharing of his potentials with his fellows, and when negative, a desire to place people under obligation and to enjoy life’s riches without payment in kind.

One thing I have learnt in this life time is that we cannot give, if we don’t have it to give.  If we are to share and help others, we must first help ourselves.  We are no help to others if our spiritual thoughts and actions need improving.  We must make sure our spiritual thoughts and actions are a transparency of who we really are and want to be.  This transparency can then be a beacon of light to attract and guide others to the truth we are practicing and wish to share with others.  In sharing we not only bless others, but the blessings of sharing, blesses our lives as well.  With the Moon in Scorpio, it is asking us to give our all to the sharing and communicating and to live the moment!


2 responses to this post.

  1. Thanks for posting this. I normally get Lynda Hill’s newsletter when there’s a full or new moon where she discusses the applicable sabian symbols. However it’s not been sent round yet, so Google very kindly brought me here! Interesting site, though most of it feels to go right over my head, as I have very minimal astro awareness!


    • Posted by linknjoe on April 26, 2010 at 5:26 pm

      Thanks for the comments. I hope this blog will help you get interested in getting to learn and know more astrology. In my opinion it goes hand in hand with the tarot cards. By the way if you didn’t notice I love the Sabian Symbols by Marc Edmond Jones, because like the tarot cards, they give a new insight to what is already in the stars.


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