From the Wichita Daily Eagle newspaper of 1919, a rather strange but interesting delineation of the Moon Uranus conjunction.
Look at your change from the streetcar conductor when the Moon is conjunct Uranus…WHY?
Don’t get me wrong, I like this advice. i feel like it reverberates across the decades. But looking at your change feels more like Moon-Saturn consciousness. Moon-Saturn keeps a close eye on the pentacles and yes, the pentacles amass because of it.
The Moon Uranus Conjunction Is A Good Time To Check In With Where You Want To Change
But Moon-Uranus? Maybe what this really means is look at your change from the streetcar conductor because it might be in an alien currency?
Or look at your change so you don’t lock eyes with the streetcar conductor because you might know them from a low circumstance? A time when you took a life detour down a side alley and followed some neon-lit stairs down into an under-worldly basement. The air conditioning vents belched sulfur and the steps were of black obsidian shot through with real lava. And this streetcar conductor looks horribly like…Okay, wait – that would be a street car conductor encounter during Moon-Pluto.
Maybe It’s Cryptically Talking About Significant Change?
Maybe it means to look at your change, as in how much you’ve evolved? Once i was in a cafe, with a lot going on, and it was a Moon-Uranus day. The barista gave me change that was basically about $15 in coins. He kept dropping more and more coins into my palms, murmuring the whole time “there’s more change, there’s more change, there’s more change coming…” That was weird, like a single origin soothsayer – he inhaled enough high altitude Sumatran and Nicaraguan coffee essence all day to presumably give him some shamanic credentials – and he was correct. There was more change coming.
So maybe the Wichita Daily Eagle Moon-Uranus streetcar conductor was like that. Or were streetcar conductors in 1910 all just mercurial tricksters who’d pull all sorts of nonsense (?) – Pluto was in Gemini, after all. Thoughts? Do you think this take on the Moon Uranus conjunction stands up?