Dragon’s Head in Aries: Getting Down to the Point

Last month the Dragon’s Head, or north node of the Moon, shifted from Taurus, where it had been for a year and a half, to Aries, where it will be for the next year and a half, amping up the slow steady Taurus energy with the strong, clear, self-directed energy of Aries.

During the last 18 months, if you’ve tried to get someplace and been slowed, the good news is things are energizing from the gradual contemplative realm of Taurus, whereas Aries gets to the point, stays on the point, and eliminates superfluous details.

The stronger, simpler, and clearer you can get now about goals, intentions, destinations and relationships, the more you’ll align with the Head of the Dragon, which always points the way forward.

Aries draws you forward when you live life more like dowsing than like a debate. Trusting the strong forward motion like a dowser trusts the tingling in their forearms, you can follow a clear course of basic elemental straightforwardness, even though it may improvisationally wind and turn, blazing a clear path through a tangled time.

Mark Borax

About Mark Borax

Mark Borax has been a nomadic poet his whole life. In the late seventies he traveled the U.S. and Canada performing and selling his poetry. In the mid-eighties, Mark was befriended by his adolescent idol, writer Ray Bradbury, who became his literary godfather, believing in Mark's writing even though it was taking forever. ​ ​In 1984 he became a comic book writer and the managing editor of Comics Interview magazine. In 1998 Mark rode his Harley Davidson Low Rider, through the U.S. and Europe, stopping for a year in the Tuscan countryside of Northern Italy. Mark's first book, 2012: Crossing the Bridge to the Future, is a bestseller that describes the author's seven-year apprenticeship to visionary astrologer Ellias Lonsdale. Under the redwoods in northern California they created a mystery school which birthed a new form of astrology called Star Genesis, that helps people contact their core nature and life purpose. Mark's new book (co-authored with Ellias) is a Cosmic Weather Report that inspires readers to rethink the whole purpose of humankind and bring on a new future.

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