Jupiter Conjunct Chiron & Vesta in Aries| OCCURRING THIS WEEK
From late February into that first week of March, Venus moved through the degrees of Aries hosting the planetary movements of Jupiter, Chiron, and the asteroid Vesta…
Since then the moon has illuminated this building triple stellium—between Jupiter, Chiron and Vesta—and now Jupiter has had the honor of moving by both Chiron and Vesta, in conjunction, through a degree that encourages active participation.
This is no ordinary term.
The word ‘diligence’ defines a ‘constant and earnest effort to accomplish what is undertaken; persistent exertion of body or mind…’ as well as ‘care; caution’, and a ‘steady and careful application’… the Latin root of this word suggests ‘attentiveness’.
This is no ordinary degree…
This is the fifteenth degree of Aries, and so it is the fifteenth degree of a cardinal energy—this middle degree which so loudly suggests fully immersed engagement within a forward moving challenge and/or conflict…
Or, in other, more anti-reactionary terms—how this triple stellium manifests for you, within your reality, upon the middle degree of Aries within your nativity, is likely quite aggressively and diligently taking over all of your energies and patience, as well as moving cautiously forward toward something you may not want to deal with.
As Grandma Moses was known to say back in her day, and then throughout each century ever since, said, “Life is what you make it—always has been, always will be.”
What this means is that if you surrender to whatever is so aggressively and diligently confronting you—and this of course will vary by what house 15* Aries falls within in your personal nativity—the more apt and able you will be/become, particularly in regard to being up to personally fulfill a more rewarding and individually capable positioning within the larger society.
In other words—whatever has now become so steadily persistent is likely because you have previously so steadily persisted against whatever it is many, many times… and, ultimately, it’s time to deal.
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