The transit (moving) Moon is the fastest moving of all of the planets, zipping through all 12 Zodiac signs in under 1 month. It aspects all of the other transit planets as it does, and it also does one other thing: goes void-of-course!
This happens every 1-3 days. and can really hit us strongly. But what does it mean?
What is the void-of-course Moon?
The Moon is void-of-course when it makes the last major aspect to another of the transit planets in the sign it's currently touring. This lasts until the Moon moves into a new Zodiac sign. It's usually a few hours, but can last a day depending on how early or late the other planets are in their respective Zodiac signs.
In general, this is a time when energy slows and we don't want to get much done. When we do work on something, it tends to be something we've already started and need to finish up rather than something brand new. But the void-of-course Moon can operate a little differently depending on the sign it's in.
The Void-of-Course Moon in the Zodiac Signs:
In Aries, we may need to give our bodies a rest, but can feel more restless than usual. In Taurus, we can slow down considerably, and likely want more junk food. In Gemini, our minds may need a rest, but we're more anxious than usual.
In Cancer, we need to give ourselves an emotional break, and get some quiet. In Leo, we want time away to be more playful, and can be extra lazy with responsibility. In Virgo, we can finish up the little tasks and chores we already started, but may need to schedule a break in the middle so we don't burn out.
In Libra, we can crave more peace and quiet, and can find others a little draining. In Scorpio, we may need a break from the intense stuff we've been dealing with, but can also get stuck in darker feelings. In Sagittarius, we may want more time to ourselves, and it can be good for reading.
In Capricorn, we need to finish up little things with our goals or plans, but may be lazy with professional responsibilities. In Aquarius, we may crave more independence, and can be more rebellious. In Pisces, we need lots of extra rest, and some solitude.
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April 2022 New & Full Moons
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Black Moon Lilith in Cancer: April 2022 - January 2023
White Moon Selena in Aquarius: February - September 2022
Ceres in Cancer: May - July 2022
Asteroid Talent in Gemini: May - July 2022
Asteroid Abundantia in Gemini: April - June 2022
Lunar Nodes in Taurus & Scorpio: December 2021 - July 2023
Jupiter in Pisces: May - July 2021, December 2021 - May 2022, & October - December 2022
Jupiter in Aries: May - October 2022, December 2022 - May 2023
Saturn in Aquarius: March - July 2020, December 2020 - March 2023
Uranus in Taurus: May - November 2018, March 2019 - July 2025, November 2025 - April 2026