Fear of loss and betrayal can be all consuming with this configuration – when his emotional needs are not met, those close to him can expect sulky, manipulative behaviour.
With the Sun in Aries and the Moon in Scorpio, the energy of today and tomorrow is one of bored dissatisfaction. Little wonder you’re feeling disillusioned, uncertain.
But what are you going to do about it – that’s what you really need to know.
The phlegmatic energy is, as you might expect with the Sun and Moon both in watery signs, is wet – even dreary. This is because it is connected with the Jungian Function of ‘feeling’ and that suggests not only getting bogged down in your feelings but also your inability to access the opposition Jungian Function of ‘thinking’ and hence rationalise everything away.
Clearly someone in this card has been ill-treated – abused or betrayed or otherwise taken advantage of and because this card is one of separation, there’s a sense of disgrace and alienation. Most will see in this card a win/lose situation where a odious victor has vanquished his two rather pathetic opponents.
In your unconscious lies buried treasure of tremendous value just waiting for release – but as all myths and fairytales tell us – treasures like this are always guarded by monsters and dragons – dangerous adversaries who will stop at nothing to prevent you from recovering the coveted prize.
And because Cups signify emotions (both positive and negative), with the Six of Cups, I’m reminded of Jesus’ message – ‘suffer the little children unto me’ for ‘theirs’ is the Kingdom of Heaven’.
Like artists, astrologers seek to capture the essence of their subject – that unique signature style that sets one apart in the sea of humanity.