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Astrology is a Complex Science, But Here’s One Important Indicator You Can Track Easily – Moon VOC

Updated on March 11, 2013

A client told us that even after he followed the advice of a very respected astrologer and a well known psychic, the date they chose for him to officially begin his business didn't result in success. He said he never saw the success they foretold and sold the business two years later.

Along with his personal numerology charts representing challenging timing, the date and times of his business's official beginning happened to be during a Moon Void of Course (VOC). The Wall Street Journal published an article years ago about business incorporated under Moon VOC and, astonishingly, the majority of them never lasted more than a few years. Failure was the common thread.

Unfortunately, many seasoned astrologers overlook this extremely important astrological aspect. The client's business didn't fail because of the Moon VOC, it never reached the expectations prophesized because it was most likely his fate to go through that challenging experience.

The Moon VOC at the start of his business simply represented what was destined. Below is information about Moon VOC to help you gain an edge in any area of life.

Please note: We strongly recommend that you avoid relying on only one or a few astrological or numerological considerations, as a comprehensive approach involving patterns of considerations is necessary for consistent levels of accuracy in delineation and prediction.

However, since the Moon Void of Course is an important affliction, you will benefit greatly even if it's the only astrological information you follow, as long as you realize that there are many other astrological and numerological indicators to keep in mind.

Moon Void of Course Report

Following the Moon Void of Course cycles is easy and can save you time and money, yet few people are aware of this phenomenon and even many experienced astrologers overlook it. Since the moon is intimately connected to our intuition and instincts, following Moon VOC will help you make better choices in life. It's been said that VOC is like driving through a tunnel where your antenna is unable to pick up the radio signals, or like being in a temporary vacuum, where perception is distorted. Moon Void of Course introduction:

The following introduction about Moon VOC is extracted from pages 245-246 of "Your Love Life and Reincarnation" by Stephen Petullo.

The Moon travels around the earth in about 28 days, spending about two and a half days in each of the 12 zodiac signs. After the Moon leaves a sign and before it enters the next sign, it is called Void of Course. The Moon rules instinct and intuition. When the Moon is VOC, the energy flow available to all living things seems to slow down and our intuition is temporarily clouded. During a VOC it's easy to be unrealistic or to perceive things differently than they really are. During this time people tend to feel scattered and unfocused. Time seems to drag on forever. Knowing when the moon is Void of Course by checking the times in an astrological calendar can save you a lot of time, money, and effort. Follow them for a couple weeks, then don't look at the calendar for a few days, then look back at those times later. You'll find that even when you didn't consciously know it was a VOC, things were still typical of a VOC. Moon VOC seems to affect everyone. Moon VOC can last from as little as 10 minutes to as long as two days. Moon VOC comprise, on average, about eight percent of the standard eight-to-five work week. Of course, it's not always possible to schedule around these times, but it helps to be aware of the difficulties you may encounter.

During a Moon Void of Course, DO:

Routine work.

Meditate-this is a great time to go inward. You'll be even more centered after the VOC.

Break bad habits-if you can refrain during a VOC, it will be easier to do so afterward.

Creative hobbies.

Routine cleaning.



During a Moon Void of Course, DON'T:

Make important plans-they'll never happen or will happen differently than expected.

Brainstorm-new ideas never manifest or will backfire.

Start anything new-things initiated are never finished or take much longer than expected to complete. New acquaintances made are short-lived. If you meet someone during a VOC, the interaction will not be meaningless, but probably different than you expected.

Buy anything of importance-purchases made will never be used, will break down, or will have to be returned for unforeseen reasons.

Do anything that requires a lot of concentration-it will require a lot more of your energy. If you have no choice, meditate beforehand so you'll be as centered as possible.

Schedule appointments: they will have to be changed or rescheduled-or you may get "stood up!"

People who were born during a VOC may not be as affected or may be affected differently. Follow the cycles and observe for yourself.

More about Moon Void of Course:

We have observed and experimented with Moon VOC since the early 1990s. Below is some additional insight based on our experience:

We are always surprised when we talk with seasoned astrologer friends who ignore Moon VOC. To make any forecasting and planning advice from astrologers more valuable, such as when to begin something important, make sure you factor in Moon VOC. For example, if your advisor tells you to start a business on a certain day, make sure there isn't a VOC when you plan to initiate things.

If you want to view the VOC phenomenon more clearly and test to see how accurate our claims are, observe other people's actions during VOC. Without telling them about VOC, notice what they purchase, decisions they make, people they meet, plans they make, and things they start under a VOC. This is exactly the type of objective empirical research we've had success with.

Routine purchases during a VOC, such as weekly purchases at the grocery store, seem to be fine. When you meet someone new during a VOC, even if you realize it's a VOC, your judgment about who they are will usually be off, and sometimes way off.

Perception of reality is skewed during a VOC.

Fears you have during a VOC often turn out to be unfounded.

Sunburn, over-eating, over-drinking, and over-spending are common.

Dreams, especially fearful ones, seem to have no real significance relating to our lives during VOC. For example, if your dream during a VOC featured signs that a friend is in danger, chances are that he or she is not.

We still test Moon VOC occasionally. For example, if we meet someone new during a VOC, we temporarily ignore the VOC, allow events to unfold naturally, and observe what happens. But we find that almost always VOC situations will yield VOC results, even when we didn't realize it was a VOC.

Moon Void of Course examples:

You meet a new friend during a VOC. Even though you realize it's a VOC, there seems to be nothing wrong with the connection and you can see a lot of potential between the two of you.

After the VOC, you attempt to get together several times but your schedules never match and then a few weeks later your new friend tells you she's moving out of town.

In meditation during a VOC you get a great new idea for your business. After attempting to implement it several times, it just never works out and you realize that it may not be as good of an idea as you had originally thought.

During a VOC you consider certain physical symptoms you've had recently and fear that you could have a serious illness. After a thorough check-up and tests with your doctor, you realize that your fears were unfounded; it was merely stress and a reaction to something you were eating.

During a VOC you eat dinner at a restaurant and order something you usually don't. Though it seemed like a good idea at the time, you experience indigestion.

During a VOC you decide to get your hair cut in a new style. Later you realize it doesn't look as good as you thought it would.

You get dressed in the morning during a VOC and realize later what seemed like a great fashion choice was actually a fashion crime.

The power goes out during a VOC after a major storm and you're worried it could last for days. The power goes back on hour later.

Attempting to work around a Moon Void of Course: If you decide during a non-void time to purchase a new sweater, for example, and then realize the time on the day you had planned to buy a sweater is during a VOC, changing the purchase day or time may not fix the problem of an ill-fated purchase. Even if you attempt to purchase the sweater on a different day, they will not have your size or the right color, it will turn out to be poorly made, you will lose it, or some other unknown factor will cause you to realize it was not in your best interest to purchase the sweater.

On the other hand, if you follow Moon VOC and would like to schedule an important meeting, for example, simply chose a time and day that's good for you and VOC-free. However, if someone you're meeting for the important meeting wants to (unknowingly) schedule during a Moon Void of Course time, consider what this could mean: the meeting isn't for your or their highest good, it will have to be rescheduled, or it will be unproductive and/or turn out differently than expected.

Copyright © Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo


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