The May 4th New Moon in Taurus (14 deg) makes a wide trine to the Capricorn South Node, Saturn Rx and Pluto Rx. Solid new beginnings will be grounded in the past. Which means it’s essential that the ongoing ending of the Saturn Rx/South Node conjunction is addressed.
This New Moon suggests the first chapter in the three-part ending (Saturn will conjoin the SN three times) but it will be an indirect connection. The responsibilities, rules or definitions that you are solidifying/leaving behind (in the Capricorn area of your chart) will form the basis for a new beginning in the Taurus area of your chart. It may involve resources, values, self-esteem or your attempt to build a secure new foundation. You have to start the wrap-process process in another area of your life in order to do this. Pluto Rx ads a touch of profound transformation, reminding you that the ending is permanent (a death).
Taurus is not a fast-mover, so this new beginning will probably not be explosive. Deep commitment to ongoing results will be a theme - what begins will be long-lasting, so you want to do it right. But, there is an applying Mars/Jupiter opposition (exact on May 5th) as Mars in Gemini is challenged by Jupiter Rx in Sagittarius. This suggests big leaps, big actions or a major culmination that features exaggerated efforts.
The Sag/Gemini axis is flexible and quick, while Taurus is slow and deliberate. The contrast hints at a fast-moving result that may fuel your slowly-emerging beginning. There’s potential to push things too far/too fast, so remember to ground yourself in what you’re trying to build (there are no shortcuts).