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The Natal Sun
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The 4th House
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The 9th House
The 10th House
The 11th House
The 12th House
Composite Moon in the Houses
Composite Moon in the 1st House
With the Composite Moon in the 1st house, emotions can be very important in this relationship, and it’s what ties you together. You can each feel that you can express your emotions openly and freely with one another, and have an understanding of how you each emote. The downside is you can get overwhelmed by emotion, caught up in it, and you can easily be subjective about one another and the relationship instead of objective. You can also be missing logic and reason at times, so you have to work on not letting the emotions control everything.
Composite Moon in the 2nd House
With the Composite Moon in the 2nd house, you can have an emotional understanding of one another’s beliefs, and the tie between your with your beliefs can provide some stability for the relationship. This relationship, whether personal or professional, can have a calming, grounding influence. With this house ruling money, this can be an especially good position for a business relationship/partnership, and you can both be driven to accumulate wealth to make you feel more secure. In a personal relationship, neither of you may rock the boat very much, but when you do have issues connecting emotionally, it can seem like it just doesn’t go away, and you have to work on being more flexible.
Composite Moon in the 3rd House
With the Composite Moon in the 3rd house, you can express your emotions more clearly and effectively with one another than with almost any other person. Your minds and hearts can meet up easily, and though at times, you may let reason take over for emotions or emotions take over for reason, so balance is important. You’ll likely have long conversations and talk about everything with one another. Open dialogue can feel like the key to maintaining the relationship. This can be a good placement for siblings, friends, or a teacher-student.
Composite Moon in the 4th House
With the Composite Moon in the 4th house, this is the house the Moon naturally rules, so it’s at home here. As a result, you may have an easier time managing the emotions of one another and the relationship. With the 4th house and the Moon ruling the home, family, and internal foundation, this can be an excellent position for a family relationship, to build a family or home together, or to create a strong foundation together. You can either feel more secure with one another, and more emotional and shaky.
Composite Moon in the 5th House
With the Composite Moon in the 5th house, you can express what you’re feeling in a lighter, more playful way, and try not to take one another or the relationship too seriously. This makes it a good position for a friendship, or for a business relationship focused on creative ventures. In a romantic relationship, you can have fun together and make each other feel good, but you may try to avoid any of the serious stuff, so you have to force yourselves to take some things more seriously together. This can be an excellent position for having children since the Moon rules family and the 5th house rules children.
Composite Moon in the 6th House
With the Composite Moon in the 6th house, you may struggle to maintain a relationship where one of you isn’t doing all of the heavy lifting, and this can lead to emotional problems within the relationship. You may be tempted to keep any ill feelings you have to yourself until it builds up into something too big, or you nitpick one another too much and are overly critical. Since the 6h house rules work, a professional relationship can have a better chance with this placement. In a personal relationship, you need to not poke the relationship to death, demand unrealistic perfection, and try to be more practical.
Composite Moon in the 7th House
With the Composite Moon in the 7th house, this is the house of relationships, so this can be a good placement for virtually any relationship, personal or professional. You each can focus on the relationship a great deal, feeling more secure and confident when you feel the relationship is solid and strong. You can work extra hard to make sure you’re each putting in your fair share of work to maintain the relationship, but you also need to make sure the relationship doesn’t become an emotional crutch for either of you.
Composite Moon in the 8th House
With the Composite Moon in the 8th house, this can make the emotions of the relationship run much deeper. You may feel like you each bring out the deepest, darkest emotions and issues you have, and it can cause the relationship to feel unsettling and cause more emotional extremes. There is great potential for the relationship to help each of you grow and transform, but you have to deal with the stuff the relationship dredges up for you. This can be a very serious relationship, no matter how casual you want it to be. With the 8th house ruling shared resources and other people’s money, this can be an easier position for a professional relationship.
Composite Moon in the 9th House
With the Composite Moon in the 9th house, this relationship can have a much lighter feeling to it, and you each seem more optimistic and happy-go-lucky together than when you’re apart. You can expand your lives and have new experiences together that help to create a bond, but you do have to work on strengthening that bond since this house loves freedom and hates strings. This is an easier position for a friendship because of that, but you can still make it work as a romantic relationship if you give each other enough space to not feel stifled.
Composite Moon in the 10th House
With the Composite Moon in the 10th house, you can both be more practical and responsible with the relationship and one another. This house takes responsible and duty seriously. You can achieve a lot more together than you feel you can apart, so this is an excellent position for a professional relationship, and you can have a lot of success. In a personal relationship, while you can find commitment easier, you may need to work on opening up more emotionally. This house has a tendency to keep messy emotions out of everything, but that can’t be allowed in a personal relationship.
Composite Moon in the 11th House
With the Composite Moon in the 11th house, you can feel you connect through similar ideals, causes, and dreams. You can feel like friends, first and foremost, no matter what the nature of the relationship is. There can be a camaraderie between you that makes it easy, but you can also have issues with emotional detachment with this placement, so you want to make sure that in a personal relationship, you’re opening up about your feelings and not ignoring what you’re feeling. You can each feel more like your true selves in this relationship, able to embrace what’s quirky and different about one another.
Composite Moon in the 12th House
With the Composite Moon in the 12th house, you can have a hard time expressing your emotions with one another. The 12th house is the house of the hidden, and hides the energy of whatever is in it. so if the Composite Moon is here, you can have difficulty being open emotionally. One of you may also do a lot more for the other, almost like a doormat or a sacrificial lamb, so that needs to be avoided. Time alone for just the two of you can be important to help you feel secure about the relationship, and you’ll likely be very uncomfortable in the spotlight together.
Composite Moon Aspects to Composite Planets
Composite Moon to Composite Sun
With Composite Sun conjunct the Composite Moon, your masculine and feminine energies can sync up in an easy way, along with your wants and needs. They may seem to be the same in this relationship. With Composite Sun sextile or trine the Composite Moon, this gives compatible energy and helps you to get along well. It can help to smooth over some of the difficulties of having a hard aspect between your natal Suns and Moons. With Composite Sun square or opposite Composite Moon, it can be difficult for you to get along. Tension can be a constant in the relationship, and you can find it difficult to sync up your wants and needs, so you have to work on creating balance.
Composite Moon to Composite Mercury
With Composite Moon conjunct Composite Mercury, your mind and emotions seem to merge together in this relationships, and you can say what you feel and mean what you say. You can express your emotions more easily, but sometimes logic can overtake emotions and emotions can overtake logic, so balance is required. With Composite Moon sextile or trine Composite Mercury, you can be more open in this relationship with your thoughts and feelings, and may feel that you have a natural understanding of one another. With Composite Moon square or opposite Composite Mercury, communicating openly and clearly can be difficult, and you can have a hard time expressing what you feel and feel understood by the other person. This can lead to arguments and upset. You need to work harder to have open lines of communication and expression.
Composite Moon to Composite Venus
With Composite Moon conjunct Composite Venus, you can have loving, affectionate feelings toward one another, no matter what the relationship. You can feel good with one another and in the relationship. With Composite Moon, sextile or trine Composite Venus, you can enjoy one another’s company, find each other pleasant, and find the relationship to be easier. With Composite Moon square or opposite Composite Venus, you can still enjoy one another’s company and be pleasant, but you may be lazier with one another or with the relationship, and have stubbornness become an issue at times.
Composite Moon to Composite Mars
With Composite Moon conjunct Composite Mars, the feelings you have for one another and within the relationship may be much stronger than you’re used to. There can be a tremendous amount of emotional energy that drives the two of you together, but it can also drive a wedge between you and push you apart if you don’t work together. With Composite Moon sextile or trine Composite Mars, it can be easier for the two of you to go in the same direction, to want compatible things, and to have more emotional energy, but use it in a positive way. With Composite Moon square or opposite Composite Mars, there can be an overabundance of emotional energy, and this can lead to constant arguments and conflict in the relationship. You may each be too subjective, and need to have greater emotional understanding.
Composite Moon to Composite Jupiter
With Composite Moon conjunct Composite Jupiter, you can enjoy being with one another and genuinely like each other. You can feel better emotionally with one another and by being in this relationship/partnership, and you can feel happier and more joyful. With Composite Moon sextile or trine Composite Jupiter, you can get along more easily, have new experiences together, and encourage one another in life. With Composite Moon square or opposite Composite Jupiter, you can still get along well and enjoy one another’s company, but you can be lazy together and need to keep yourselves busy.
Composite Moon to Composite Saturn
With Composite Moon conjunct Composite Saturn, this relationship may feel constricting and limiting emotionally. One or both of you may feel that you can’t express what you feel for one reason or another. One or both of you may feel you have too much responsibility in this relationship, which can overwhelm emotionally. This aspect can help you to maintain stability and commitment, but you have to allow one another to freely feel. With Composite Moon sextile or trine Composite Saturn, this can be a stable relationship emotionally, and you each may be more practical and responsible. With Composite Moon square or opposite Composite Saturn, it can be difficult for you to be on the same page emotionally. One or both of you may be distant and cut off emotionally. The conjunction, square, and opposition can be especially difficult when this is a family relationship, especially with an elder/child relationship.
Composite Moon to Composite Uranus
With Composite Moon conjunct Composite Uranus, this can be an unstable relationship emotionally. You can each change with the wind, and it can be difficult for you to keep up with each other. It can be an exciting relationship, but you have to be able to quickly adapt to the erratic nature of it to survive. With Composite Moon sextile or trine Composite Uranus, this can be a relationship that allows each of you to be yourselves and to express yourselves emotionally in whatever way you need to. With Composite Moon square or trine Composite Uranus, you can have a great deal of challenges with the erratic emotions in this relationship. Things can be too unstable to handle, and you may have a hard time connecting emotionally, with one or both of you being quite cold. Some warmth and stability is required.
Composite Moon to Composite Neptune
With Composite Moon conjunct Composite Neptune, the connection between you can have a strong spiritual component, and you may feel like this is a soul connection. There can be an element of subconscious understanding of one another emotionally, but you need to watch for illusions and delusions, especially with what you interpret one another to be feeling. With Composite Moon sextile or trine Composite Neptune, you can be understanding, compassionate, and have a subtle emotional connection that allows you to be on a similar wavelength. With Composite Moon square or opposite Composite Neptune, being delusional about one another or the relationship can be a challenge, and you can be unrealistic and easily deceived by one another emotionally. You need to be more realistic and see what’s really there.
Composite Moon to Composite Pluto
With Composite Moon conjunct Composite Pluto, the emotions between you can be intense, which can make for a strong connection but also one that is challenging. The intensity can make loving feelings more powerful and difficult feelings more blood-boiling, so some moderation is required to keep you from going to emotional extremes. With Composite Moon sextile or trine Composite Pluto, you can help one another to explore your emotional depths, and feel a strong emotional connection between you, but not one that’s overwhelmingly so. With Composite Moon square or opposite Composite Pluto, the intensity of emotions can be off the charts, and it can be extremely difficult to get them under control. One or both of you may be manipulating, controlling, and you can bring out the darkest emotions in one another. It’s required for each of you to not go to those dark places or get sucked into negative emotions with one another. Find some light.