I’ve made a new friend with this exact combo. Robert is a Marine Biologist who owns the largest aquarium supplier company in the world. He is in his early 60s and competed in the world class Crossfit world. These are Sag things to say: the biggest, the largest, the most. They are not likely to go small on anything. It’s a problem for this combo: life in the ordinary, slow lane is for sissies. Politically incorrect and judgemental, they love to shock with their straight up truths.
The heavens right now are screaming: it’s your turn to get real, go big. There will be no beige. We have had Mars in Gemini for almost six months—insisting that we talk now, activated by the Full Moon in the same sign—we need to talk.
That’s what I have been doing with my new friend; true about meeting all new friends there is something so exciting about getting to know someone. First things first: is it fun to talk to this person? Do we have a ping-pong quality of friendship here?
Intrigue is required with a Sag/Gemini. When someone goes big, when their vision is beyond just their own ego and actually includes a cause or a mission, I listen. Sags always have a sense of purpose attached to their enthusiasm.
He has started a 501c3 to help the health of the ocean specifically addressing the coral issues and its sustainability in a warming sea. More than 50 percent of the coral on planet Earth has been killed. Watch Chasing Coral.
Robert’s organization Coral Arc is trying to not only raise awareness about the coral, but also to find a solution that can replace the suffering ecosystem in a very real way.
Knowing my fixation on how to help our planet, you can imagine how reflecting with this Full Moon in Gemini guy, with a sun in Sag, has inspired enthusiasm.
These newsletters are here to inspire. To ask you the hard questions: if you are open to Astrology. If you follow my videos at all, you are open to the largest cosmic conversation. My favorite big question I live with all day is: what can we do to make a difference?
This Full Moon is all about honesty, saying shit, hello Sag, and not holding back. I have noticed that whenever I speak to the climate issues on my page we get less and less attention: why? It’s the same reason this Full Moon is dangerous. Someone with this combo has gotten in trouble for having been too blunt, too honest, too much.
You may have some Sag in you if you speak to the unspeakable without knowing when to stop, or if you address the superficiality of our world with distaste and then address the underbelly—speaking to truth that is best left behind.
In the last few years I suddenly noticed I had nicknamed myself Debbie Downer. Over time I realized: ok, let’s not talk about the future of the health of Earth with such a negative projection—let’s future pace with positivity and act on solutions. I have found the positive energy. I just moved from Debbie Downer to Accepting Alice—but not without deep thought. I realized the negativity was getting us all nowhere.
So, when I found an organization like Coral Arc—I thought this is a great way to make a difference. Maybe I could help. https://www.thecoralarkinternational.org
This Full Moon in air is echoed with more air, not just the Gemini Full Moon but the many planets in air in the sky. Saturn has been in Aquarius (air) for almost two years. By the way, we are almost out of this cycle that was demanding we all stop. Thank you Covid. We did stop for a while.
Mars has been in Gemini (air) for weeks now. What does this mean? It means we have to talk. Share. Think about what we can do to help.
Next stop: coming soon to your neighborhood, this spring is Saturn in Pisces asking us to get real about our emotions about the state of affairs. Not just to stop, think and share, but also to evaluate and feel the effects of our passivity.
I’m so honest. I’m too honest. This Full Moon begs the question: can you face the music? Do you call yourself out when you are off the mark, an asshole, a scaredy cat? Whatever you are hiding, this Full Moon wants you to stand out, be honest and raw. And tell us what it is. So curious….
I will never stop asking hard questions—I am air. My Saturn, my life lesson is in Sag: the lesson to be willing to make waves even if it makes others uncomfortable. I am on task.
Now tell me…what is it you are not saying, or doing? Let us know.