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Dissonant lunar aspects (dominant Moon)
by Richard Pellard
English translation by Julien Rouger

The interpretation examples that we are suggesting are very far from being exhaustive : they only show and outline a general frame describing the issues of the aspect. They should therefore not be taken literally. Each being brings indeed its own responses, more or less original, to the questions raised by an aspect. There is no magic formula. Through using the R.E.T. and the Theory of Ages and combining logic, observation and imagination, you will be able to develop a thousand other possible meanings, a thousand other variations on the same theme.

Dissonant Moon-Sun aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Sun ‘P’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : attached to your peace of mind, your well-being and your peace of mind, you have a hard time appearing, playing the role expected of you, asserting yourself as an individual, adapting socially. Suggestive and nonchalant, your abandonment to sweet daydreams prevents you from any sustained attention, any vigilant concentration. You vegetate in a peaceful anarchy, in deep osmosis with your surrounding environment, and avoid like the plague the moments when it is essential to formulate clear objectives, to make binding decisions. To the logic of normative models, you oppose the subjectivity of your disorderly imagination. Too comfortable in your bubble, you are anxious about leaving it to get involved in a goal, a project, a relationship. Your global perception of the world seems incompatible with any strong and structured model.

Dissonant Moon-Mercury aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Mercury ‘tR’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : you live in such a state of tranquility, well-being and serenity inside the little world of your daydreams that you feel exempted from communicating with the outside world. The power of your habits and the cozy comfort they give you prevent you from varying your points of reference. Receptive to atmospheres, you do not know or cannot listen to the many signs sent to you by the world and its inhabitants. You fear the irruption of gambling or fantasy in the circle of your intimacy, while being bored in your routines. Your memory seems to refuse to integrate messages from the outside : when people try to communicate with you, you do not hear, misunderstand or reinterpret the message according to your subjectivity.

Dissonant Moon-Venus aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Venus ‘eR’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : you maintain your well-being and your peaceful tranquility by avoiding letting yourself be touched, moved, tempted or seduced. You weave ties of intimacy and osmosis such that you feel exempted from granting to others testimonies of affection, signs of tenderness or attention to your presence. Your unconscious, carefree and sated egocentrism makes you behave as if the other were only a banal element of the decor or an integral part of yourself, deserving as such no sensory impulse, no particular passion. Above all, you fear losing your harmony and your balance by indulging in voluptuousness, desires and pleasures. You abandon yourself, you let go, you slouch where you should be amiable, agreeable, seductive.

Dissonant Moon-Mars aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Mars ‘P’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : for you, the pinnacle of harmony and wholeness is to do nothing. Tired in advance at the idea of having to confront the world harshly, you prefer to take refuge in a daily routine without roughness and without relief, in a bubble of sweetness which, you hope, will protect you from harsh realities. of existence. Fearful, the real or supposed attacks of which you could be the object encourage you to adopt the policy of the ostrich. You will perhaps justify your little cowardice or big resignations in the face of the inevitable fights on the pretext of your pacifism or your feeling of a universal harmony which would prohibit you from frankly engaging in action. Quickly thrown off balance by adversity, you may be tempted to dissolve your own personality into a protective group to avoid having to face the world.

Dissonant Moon-Jupiter aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Jupiter ‘rE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : you refuse to integrate and accept the constraints, efforts and discipline involved in adapting to social life. Your whimsical, dreamy and shameless nature imposes on each and everyone the dictatorship of the satisfaction of your primary needs, in defiance of all codes of good conduct. Your imagination breaks free from the bounds of reasonableness, common sense and decency. Disordered, prey to your insatiable appetites, you do not know how or cannot manage your existence with wisdom and balance. Ambition, the desire to appear torment you, but you refuse, out of laziness, to give yourself the means of your desires. Naively believing that you should naturally be accepted by others, you can refuse to express yourself, to justify yourself, to speak out, to convince.

Dissonant Moon-Saturn aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Saturn ‘tE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : you do everything in your power to preserve your peace of mind, your privacy, your daily life, from the difficulties and vagaries of life. You fear above all to be left to yourself, without support or support. You flee in daydreams that you would like to be blissful, but which are tinged with bitterness and gloom, questions without simple answers, disturbing questions, destabilizing perplexities. On the lookout, on the defensive, you always suspect the worst : spoliation, fatal separation, possible lack. Your emotional immaturity can encourage you to take refuge in the role of the vulnerable and misunderstood little child. The slightest event that disturbs the bubble where you barricade yourself against an outside world perceived as a priori threatening destabilizes you, threatens your internal cohesion, plagues you with doubts.

Dissonant Moon-Uranus aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Uranus ‘rT’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : in the name of a “naturalness” of which you make a transcendent, sacred and inviolable principle, you refuse any constraint, any rigor, any internal or external discipline. Your inconsistent daydreams are a rampart that protects you, do you believe, from any organized, hierarchical and consistent cerebrality. Stuck in an everyday life that satisfies your amorphous or lymphatic inclinations, you refuse the demanding and heroic efforts of will that you would have to accept to get out of it. This does not prevent you from sometimes giving in to capricious individualistic escapades, to sudden outbursts of authoritarianism without real significance or tomorrows. You refuse to affirm opinions that are too clear-cut and too clear-cut, for fear of jeopardizing the harmony of the atmospheres in which you tend to dissolve.

Dissonant Moon-Neptune aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Neptune ‘eT’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : you seek to protect the reassuring “bubble” of your habits, your familiarities, your cozy routines against the eruption of any existential groundswell. You are afraid of finding yourself the toy of unforeseeable circumstances, of being upset and upset by an internal or external swell that would undermine the reassuring habits and customs of your intimate universe. You prefer to cut yourself off from your receptivity to the strange, the subtle, the underlying, rather than having to listen to your inner voices, which you consider to be dangerous sirens. Moods disturb you intimately. You worry about incomprehensible situations, about the deep eddies that agitate your sensitivity, seeing in them so many threatening enemies for the primary and satisfied peace of mind that you prefer to make your daily bread.

Dissonant Moon-Pluto aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Pluto ‘P’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : Concerned about preserving the fullness of a harmonious and balanced daily life, you become anxious at the very idea of the slightest irruption of the unknown in your familiar sphere. You hide in your “bubble” and cling desperately to your habits and supports, lest you see your little universe sneakily corroded by dark and threatening forces of disintegration. The fragile tranquility that you would like to maintain at all costs is crossed by shadows and dark perspectives, real or imaginary. Unable to tame the strange or the unknown, you tend to exclude it. Fear and visceral rejection of the Other, of the stranger, of the one in whom one cannot invest primitive trust. You can thus try to ward off the nameless despair that torments you from the inside by adopting chilly gregarious behavior. You can still live in constant suspicion of an invisible plot directed against you.

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English translation by Julien Rouger

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