- Taurus Moon conjunct Uranus Rx (2 deg)
- Taurus Moon trine Saturn Rx in Capricorn (2 deg)
- Taurus Moon square Black Moon Lilith in Aquarius (2 deg)
- Taurus Moon trine the Virgo Sun ( 8 deg Waning Trine)
The Taurus Moon joins up with Uranus, triggering a jolt to comfy habits or an established source of security. Fortunately, the trine to Saturn stabilizes things, allowing you to immediately focus on how to integrate change into what you know. It might be time to shake things up.
But as the Moon squares BML, you'll be confronted with more tension between soothing, safe and predictable behaviour versus something unpredictable and unacceptable. The Moon equals mother, and Lilith represents the opposite of mothering instincts. She can be destructive (when angry) and her power is that of the woman who breaks all rules, looks out for herself and is shunned or feared because of this. Moon in Taurus is fertile and Lilith in Aquarius is not.
A Moon square Lilith aspect in the sky can stir up conflicts about nurturing, a woman's "acceptable" role and what's comfortable versus controversial (note that Uranus rules Aquarius, so this will refer back to the Uranus conjunction). This is when it can be helpful to focus on that trine to Saturn - is there a way for you to integrate what's coming to light? Then again, BML has never wanted to be integrated. Maybe that's the point.
Nonetheless, this ends on a smooth note with a Waning Trine to the Virgo Sun. Survival habits and resources (Taurus) are blended with details, knowledge and upgrades (Virgo). You can figure out how to make this work, and even make things better, if you ground yourself in the immediate necessities. Focus on what's right in front of you. Work what you know and others should be supportive (the Waning Trine tends to make it easier to reach out to others).