In your birth chart, the Moon is the emotional center. This also means that the opposing signs, Capricorn and Scorpio, are the worst for your moon to be in. According to certain accounts, the Moon in Capricorn or Scorpio might be disastrous. There is a story that says if the Moon is in Capricorn and you're born under it, then you'll become cold and heartless. If the Moon is in Scorpio and you're born under it, then you'll turn into a ruthless person who doesn't feel pain.
However, this isn't completely true. The story goes on to say that if the Moon is in Capricorn when you're born, then you have a chance of survival because someone with the Sun in Capricorn will always want what they can't have. They will try to take what you have by any means necessary to get it. If you were lucky enough to survive this, then you'll grow up to be a cold and heartless person just like everyone else with the Moon in Capricorn. This story seems to imply that if you are born with the Moon in Scorpio, then you have no chance of survival because there's nothing good about being born with the Moon in Scorpio. However, this isn't exactly true either. It's just that people with the Moon in Scorpio usually end up doing dangerous things with their lives because they are looking for love in all the wrong places.
If a person has a weakened Moon, i.e., the Moon in Scorpio, the Moon will produce unfavorable outcomes. He is afflicted with water-related ailments and frequently complains of coughs and catarrh. He has a turbulent mentality and will remain gloomy for any cause. As a result of his pessimistic mindset, he suffers from depression. Will be dissatisfied with his existence and others' too. Has a poor memory and tends to repeat mistakes.
The Moon in Cancer is beneficial to the human psyche because it makes us sensitive and compassionate. It also helps us to bond with others. However, if the Cancer Moon is weak, we may appear cold or even dislikeable. We tend to keep certain things from others out of fear that they will leave us. This weakness can also lead us to abuse drugs or alcohol.
The Moon in Leo is energetic and enthusiastic. If this lunar energy is balanced, we get positive results. We are sociable and enjoy meeting new people. We often take risks to prove ourselves to others. If the Moon is strong in Leo, we may appear conceited or even arrogant. We tend to ignore consequences and act upon our impulses. This weakness can also lead us to engage in sexual activities we should not have.
The Moon in Virgo is meticulous and careful with details. If this lunar energy is balanced, we get accurate results. We like to work with our hands and appreciate fine arts. This strength can help us become doctors or engineers.
One of the most essential aspects of your astrological profile is your moon sign; it reflects your emotional side, feelings, intuition, and memories. It also determines how you interact with the key maternal influences in your life, as well as how you nurture and care for others. The moon can be seen as a mirror of the mind, so its role in astrology is important because we are who we think we are due to what our brains do. Your brain is your biggest tool for change, therefore your moon sign will determine your ability to evolve.
Your moon sign also has significant implications for your relationship with the motherly figure in your life. Each sign has a unique connection with the moon, which is reflected in their traits. For example, if the moon is bright you're likely to be intuitive and psychic; if the moon is dark, you're more likely to be realistic and matter-of-fact. The signs of the zodiac are listed below according to which part of the moon they relate to: Cancer (the Crab) - lunar nodes, dreams, emotions, sensitivity, love, tears, beauty, poisons, protection, spirituality, marriage, fertility, death. Leo (the Lion) - pride, courage, majesty, glory, honor, rulership, ambition, jealousy, violence, healing. Virgo (the Virgin) - logic, understanding, knowledge, analysis, judgment, criticism, psychology, science, writing, merchants, prisons.