This week I have been on a Showtime The Wire Binge; I fell in love with Snoop a female enforcer for the head drug dealer Marlo. She kills people with ease and does so quite regularly. While I don’t condone unnecessary violence ( I do close an eye at vigilante justice; pedophiles, rapists, George Zimmerman etc) It really got me thinking as to why and for the 1st time I realized it must be my Aries Moon.
The moon in a chart indicates your needs, what you like in a woman, it is a soft place, in a women’s chart it rules her feminity, our emotions, our instinctual reaction, the manner in which we find comfort, it also represents how both men and women have experienced their own mother.
Those with Aries Moons are said to have needs that went unmet in childhood. The Mom of Aries moon children were too busy working most likely to tend to everything a child needed. Aries Moon children often have to do things themselves. I often joke with my boss who is also an Aries moon and it wasn’t surprising to learn she took the bus (public transportation) to school since she was 8. Those early years of learning to depend on only ourselves turn us into adults that can lack compromising skills.
Hey that’s why we have Libra Moons ;)
The feminine Moon finds difficulty when placed in the masculine sign of Aries. Aries rules young men, war, guns, battle, independence, force and courage.
The moon or emotional state isn’t necessarily comfortable in the sign of the ram. This is the most feminine point in the chart placed in the most masculine sign in the zodiac.
Relationships with Aries moon are usually hot and fiery, there are arguments, and Aries moons thrive in battle. They need that, they need friction and competition, and while we confuse our wants with our needs; we never really “need” anything or anyone yet often we can be in a perpetual state of loneliness. Most likely do to our inability to settle for 2nd best; Aries is after all the 1st sign in the zodiac.
I like to think of us as warrior queens. We emotionally go where others wouldn’t dare. And this must be why I like to see women doing things we are ordinarily accustomed to seeing men doing. This is the feminine principal in a masculine sign. Please do not confuse this with feminism nor would I ever encourage a man to stay at home while I went to work that’s laughable this isn’t about gender reversal. I am strictly talking about women and their role in this great vast world. And the admiration I have when they step into the role that is typically thought to be for that of a man. I confess I enjoy Snoop a female contract killer on TV, I like Olivia Benson running shit on Law and Order, my god I cringe when I watch Criminal Intent and the man solves all the crimes. I like seeing sexually liberated women, women that rap, women running a boardroom.
This brought me to look at some famous Aries Moons and I wasn’t a bit surprised that they are some heavy hitters.
Aries Moon Keywords: Independent, enterprising, courageous, trendsetter, warrior, feisty, bold and pioneering
Here is a list of my Warrior Queen Moon Maidens
The One and Only Whitney Houston the first woman to have three Albums in Billboards Top 10
Lynda Carter AKA Wonder Woman Wonder Woman being one of the first TV Dramas with a female lead
To me Rihanna Embodies an Aries Moon with her phallic purses and her smoking weed and vulgar language her vibe is very I am going to do whatever a man can do. In typical Aries Moon tradition she was the youngest artist in history to earn 11 Hot 100 #1 Hit
Pamela Anderson aside from running marathons, becoming a published author, spending time as an animal rights activist, starring in Barb Wire, she has had more Playboy Covers then anyone else
Tyra Banks was the 1st African American woman on the covers of GQ and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue
Ellen DeGeneres Was the 1st female comedian invited to sit with Johnny Carson on his show and for a lot of people I think she was the first lesbian they ever saw
Singer Pink definely emobodies the spirit of an Aries Moon
When I googled Lauren Bacall I received an article entitled “Lauren Bacall was the First Woman in American Movies Who Answered back”