Full Moon Eclipse in Libra

The April 4th Full Moon eclipse (at 14 degrees Libra) will trigger the final Uranus/Pluto square (even though it's technically finished). So while you may be over the whole Uranus/Pluto thing (with your issue wrapped up) this eclipse will still feel significant. And it's happening over the Easter weekend, for added fun.

14 degrees of the Cardinal signs will be rocked by this eclipse's culminations. That may seem unfair. Haven't you completed your work with that damned square? But, there's a reason a particular degree is hit repeatedly. In this case, it suggests there's still something to be shaken loose. Or, maybe you didn't get the message with the Uranus/Pluto square, and now it's going to be delivered straight to your door.

Either way, the Sun's conjunction to Uranus in Aries, and the Sun/Moon opposition squaring Pluto in Capricorn, will combine renovations of structures with a clarifying blast of revelation. As in "I may not like it, but I see exactly what I have to do now." The Uranus/Pluto pressured Moon in Libra suggests dramatic swings between freedom and neediness, or detachment and control. Moon opposite Uranus can suddenly break away, while Moon square Pluto hangs on grimly. One or both may dominate, depending on your chart.

Jupiter Rx (at 12 degrees Leo) is there to help, with a wide trine to the Sun and sextile to the Moon. Jupiter in Leo is optimistic, but also demanding and full of entitlement. "Help" can manifest as Jupiter's expansive energy adding gasoline to a flammable situation. But you may find the backdraft from Jupiter's fireball pushes you in the right direction.  12 degrees Leo in your chart will be your exit strategy. This eclipse will not be about building or solidifying, so if you see an exit, take it.

Just in case the theme of endings isn't crystal clear, April 5th will see transiting Mercury passing over the South Node (at 10 degrees Aries) and building to a trine with Jupiter Rx on April 6th. Here's your final conversation/goodbye/announcement, maybe with an anticlimactic feel after the eclipse. But still. Mercury over the transiting South Node (a situation that needs to be completed) helps you put the ending into words. Jupiter should make it easier to say those words, or feel confident about your choice.

Since eclipses and surrounding influences are not limited to the exact day they occur, you may be feeling a combination of the eclipse/South Node activation already.

If you have natal or progressed planets/angles/Nodes from 10 to 16 degrees of the Cardinal signs, you'll feel this eclipse most strongly. The orb is wider because I'm including the Nodes. 11 to 14 degrees of the Fire signs will feel the trine to Jupiter Rx.