Moon from Pisces to Aries & Dreemkeeper

The Moon moved from Pisces to Aries around 4 pm Eastern today. As it moved through Pisces over the past few days, I will have to note that I’ve felt unfocused–scattered. Now that the Moon has changed signs, maybe moods will shift.

In case this is the first post you’re reading, I’m making a record of how the Moon, as it changes signs, affects moods. I didn’t interact with too many people socially late today, so I can’t tell how it’s affecting others–thus, my own internal observations.

Yeah, I know–it’s not such a big deal unless that Moon makes an aspect or connection to another point in the chart. And currently it’s not. It’s around 10:30 pm and I can’t say that I notice much change since 4 pm. Pisces is like “no boundaries” and Aries is more outward, focused and fiery. I don’t feel much fire–or an increase in passion or energy.

By about 6:45 pm Eastern tomorrow night, the Aries Moon will be conjunct Venus in Aries–in my case, in my 8th house.

Hmmm… it could be an interesting “date night”– haha. That is, if I dated. (More laughter!)

It will be interesting to see what happens, mood-wise, tomorrow I guess–or NOT! ha ha

I can barely muster up enough interest about this tonight; so I don’t imagine you care too much either dear reader. I don’t blame you. I’m just trying to be consistant until the Moon moves through all the signs, at least once.

Anyway the Moon/Venus thing applies to everyone, not just me. Well, so much for that!

Moving right along….

I don’t have much else to blog about today. However, I did happen to see a good movie last night–Dreamkeeper!

Here’s the blurb:

Exploring the rich history and fascinating mythology of the Native American

people, this miniseries follows a young Native American
on a pilgrimage

to New Mexico with his grandfather. Reluctant to go and embracing life in the

present rather than the past, the boy soon finds himself regaled with a

succession of his grandfather’s wondrous stories, each with a unique parallel to

the present. Includes audio commentary.”

If you’re interested in Native American customs, traditions and heritage, you’ll probably like Dreamkeeper. I enjoyed it. Until next time…