North Node in Cancer

The Nodes are the points of intersection between the path of the Sun and the Moon. The North Node is always opposite of the South Node. The North Node is where the Moon begins to move northward of the Sun’s path, the South Node is where the Moon begins to move southward of the Sun’s path. Accordingly, the North Node signifies what topics are rising and emerging in the world, and the South Node signifies what topics are falling away and out of favor in the world.

With the North Node in Cancer, the lunar notions of community, family, tribe, sentimentality, care and concern are on the rise. Correspondingly with the South Node in Capricorn, the Saturnian notions of self-reliance, isolation and grim determination are on the outs. The lessons of Cancer are what will move you forward, the lessons of Capricorn are what will hold you back. One has to not be held back by the idea that they are only worth what they contribute and that they always have to go it alone. They have to learn how to accept help and be part of a pack that looks out for each other in order to forge ahead with their own purpose.

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2 Comments

  1. I am a Cancerian, my mid-heaven is in Cancer and my North Node is in Cancer. NOW…on November 6/7th, the North Node is moving into Cancer. Could you please give us Cancerians a heads up about what the next 18 months means for us? Just something brief such as weather it’s going to be a lousy, emotional 18 months for us or something good. Thank you.

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