There is a new Article that I've posted dealing with the North and South Nodes of the Moon. http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art10570.asp
Have you figured out your North and South Nodes?
Have you ever used the knowledge of Nodes for personal growth?
Do they ring true for you?
My North Node is in Aquarius, and my South Node is in Leo. This means:
The South Node in Leo indicates past lives spent as a Very Important Person-- as an entertainer or royalty. The ego is very strong, and you can come off as dominating, demanding, and willful, because of a craving for other people's approval and respect. The North Node in Aquarius indicates that you find the respect and approval you want only when you work from a sense of equality with all creatures. You are a natural born appreciator and can motivate others to achieve their best, especially when you work together for a common cause. Being involved in groups and humanitarian causes is very good for you.
I have ascertained that I have a strong QUEEN-WARRIOR Archetype, as well as REBEL. Combined with Aries Rising and Scorpio Sun, this does indeed have a mix that feels very "royal" and entitled! Personally, I don't like doing the group thing. At all. However, it seems to benefit and integrate me when learning to be "among" a group. It can be difficult, though, especially having leadership traits that people seem drawn to.
I'm not sure my position on past lives, but sometimes I do
feel that there is an echo of "royalty"...as if I had need to fight for things or "rule" over things. This is lessening as I get older, but it's interesting to ponder, in any event.
My Moon is in Aquarius, so that's at least one
thing going for me in terms of heading towards Aquarius! (It also means that I tend to be very even keeled emotionally, which isn't typically "female"; yet, it's a pretty ideal placement for the Moon IMHO. I like it there. <img src="/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> My husband's Moon is in Aquarius as well...and we're both Scorpio Suns. His rising is Cancer, however.)
What about you?