I opened up Io Sprite (my real-time planet animation software) a moment ago and noticed that the Moon is exactly conjunct Pholus, the second-ever discovered centaur (key concepts: small cause, big effect; homeopathy; four generations; runaway reaction; release into the environment). A centaur is a small body that crosses the orbits of larger planets. Pholus is in a conjunction to Ixion, a planet similar to Pluto (key concepts: anyone is capable of anything, what we do with second chances, amorality). This triple alignment is/was exact about 6:15 pm EDT (22:15 UTC).
There are many of these planets in late Sagittarius right now, and the Moon will make conjunctions to them this evening and overnight. Next is centaur Chariklo, one degree away (companionship, abiding love, endurance, partner in healing). Then comes Cupido, a hypothetical (gathering people together, family, group, tribe, affinity). Then comes asteroid Orpheus (longing for what you don’t have; what has gone out of your life; what ‘might have been’ or what was –MLW). Then comes Amycus, a centaur prominent in the charts of The Yes Men; then comes Quaoar (creation myth; origins of humanity; the rhythm and dance of your family of origin; all things related to tribe or family); then centaur Hylonome (the cry of the poor; the Palestinians); then asteroid Eros (vitality, cardio, sex); then centaur-like asteroid Hidalgo (rebellion against irrelevant or hypocritical social rules); with the Galactic Core right aligned with Hidalgo.
The Moon aligns with the Galactic Core Thursday at 4:45 am EDT (08:45 UTC). It ingresses Capricorn at 9:38 am EDT (13:08 UTC) when it mounts the cardinal cross and passes through the Uranus-Pluto sqaure on its way to the Aquarius Full Moon this weekend.