December 19th 2014 - We all have the late and brilliant astrologer, Al H. Morrison to thank for his ground breaking work and promotion of the Void of Course Moon. Al spent well over 40 years of his life researching, writing, and teaching this astrological technique. According to Al: “Every couple of days there comes a time which is best used to subjective, spiritual non-material concerns, like prayer, yoga, play, psychotherapy, or passive experience, sleep or meditation.
This period may last a few seconds, or it may be three days and nights in a single session.
It begins when the Moon in transit makes the last major aspect it will make before it changes from one sign of the Zodiac to the next. It ends when the Moon enters the next sign. The name of this period is Void of Course Moon. You may call it a silly season, or vacation from normal living.
Decision-making in such periods turns out later to be unrealistic. Creativity diverges into unplanned directions, improvisions, false starts, error. If you buy any object you never use it fully.
Enterprises founded while the Moon is Void of Course do fail after long and costly effort.
Human judgment is more fallible than usual during the times when Moon is Void of Course. This is the principle factor in all observed experience thus far.
Routine proceeds readily, but often requires an adjustment later. Defects or shortages come to light. Delay and frustration are commonly experienced while the Moon is Void of Course.”
The Moon is the fastest moving body in astrology. She spends about two and a half days in a sign. After she forms her last aspect, she is void until she enters the next sign.
Visualize any endeavor begun with it, being stamped VOID in bold capital letters, and you can fully grasp the importance of following the void of course Moon. Having great aspects going on in your chart at the same time, won’t save you either or bring success. Success or failure can result from the Moon being void or not.
The Moon rules our subconscious, emotions, and feelings. When she goes “void”, this is experienced on a mass global level. People are not tuned into reality 100%. Often, they are prone to be detached from reality, spacey, and feel unanchored.
Some Examples of Don’ts During a V/C Moon
1. Submit your resume for a new job, either email or snail mail.
2. Be interviewed for a new job or do a business presentation.
3. Start a new job.
4. Hold company meetings.
5. Make purchases.
6. Do not negotiate prices. Test drive a vehicle, or drive it for the first time.
7. Make an investment or open a new bank account.
8. Call on clients.
9. Start legal proceedings against someone.
10. Go on a first date.
11. Get engaged or married.
12. Have elective surgery.
13. Open a business.
14. Host a party or social affair.
15. Gamble or start trip to gaming facility.
Some Examples of Do’s During a V/C Moon
1. Prayer and meditation.
2. Sleep and dream.
3. Non-material matters.
4. Let someone start proceedings AGAINST you in court.
5. End a relationship or get divorced.
6. Close doors to end business.
To achieve greater success in all your endeavors, please consider using this beneficial astrological tool in timing things in your life. The advantages of knowing when the Moon is Void of Course or not will help you on the road to the realization of your dreams.
You can go to my astrology web site www.AstrologybyJudithRyan.com and check out the Void of Course times and dates for the year. Please feel free to either print out the calendar or check it on a daily basis.
Judith Auora Ryan
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Judith Auora Ryan's career as a professional Astrologer, Clairvoyant, and Feng Shui Master has spanned over 30 years and 6 continents. She is a popular guest on radio and television stations. Judith lectures both nationally and internationally. For indepth astrological analysis, natal chart interpretation, forecasts, solar return relocations, and relationship charts contact Judith 201-858-1689 or see http://AstrologybyJudithRyan.com