Moon in Aquarius
The Moon is a wanderer here, peregrine, with no essential dignity. Because this sign has to do with relationship with the masses, this individual usually seeks to belong to a group and draws emotional support from such alliances. Friendships are very important and give the native a feeling of security. Because Saturn is not relenting with regard to emotional matters, this individual may develop a level of detachment after experiencing a lack of emotional feedback in their early years. This is usually a defense mechanism against rejection. Ironically, this individual often attains a state of uniqueness without wishing for it because the Moon is dyadic (contrarial) in nature.
In a diurnal chart, the heat and dryness create both greater activity with organizations and because of the dryness, a nagging feeling that he/she doesn't truly belong. Emotional detachment is more likely in this case.
In a nocturnal chart, the cool and moistness of the night limits activity and involvment in organizations to just a few important causes. This individual is generally more content with his/her friends and is not as likely to feel shut out or slighted.
© 2000 Curtis Manwaring