Double Jaw surgery- chart

September 16, 2023 at 14:41 (UT/GMT)
(Scorpio) Gewichttt
Double Jaw surgery- chart

November 17 I will be getting my double jaw surgery.
As usual, I consult my chart to get some insights and to make some astrological exercises.
I would like to have also your opinion :)

First of all, this is what I looked at:

- Sun - Mars conjunction in Scorpio, my sun rise
- Venus in Libra almost in perfect conjunction with my ascendant
- the moon is in Capricorn in conjunction with my natal Venus
- The moon is in a cardinal sign
- Mars, Mercury and Saturn are not retrograde
- Jupiter instead is retrograde
- the moon is not voice of course

I´m worried about the moon in Capricorn, as Capricorn rules over the bone system (jaw)

For the rest I don´t see anything too bad.
Jupiter may represent massive swelling
Venus, an improvement of the overall aesthetics

What do you think
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September 16, 2023 at 15:53
Moon phases are important when it comes to surgery. On the date of your operation it will be waxing crescent. You need to check whether this is a good time for surgery.
September 16, 2023 at 16:52
(Scorpio) Gewichttt » sim
It´s considered a neutral time.
But it´s in Capricorn
September 17, 2023 at 14:44
sim » Gewichttt
As far as I know it is the Moon phase that matters. If it´s a neutral time, recovery should not be slowed down. Do you know what the expected recovery time is likely to be?
September 17, 2023 at 17:11

I think overall it´s a good time for the surgery.

- Aries (rules head/face): no auspicious transit here. North Node is transiting this, so it can probably indicate that it was the right time to fix this issue.
- Mars, the ruler of Aries is in Scorpio, which is a good placement. Mars can regenerate easier here, so I believe it can help in your recovery process.
- Capricorn (rules bones, as you said): It´s true that the Moon´s position here may not be the most ideal. Additionally, being in the 4th house could make it feel tiring or exhausting.
- Transiting Saturn is not retrograde and there is no hard aspect to it. Tho, your natal Saturn will be squaring the transiting Moon (Aries & Capricorn).
- Since this surgery, besides the functional part, also implies an aesthetic change, I would also look at your Ascendant. Venus is right here and it is a favorable placement.
- Saturn, Mars, Venus, and Mercury are direct, which is good.
- Jupiter is retrograde in Taurus. Some might associate Taurus with the lower jaw and Aries with the upper jaw. Even so, Venus, the ruler of Taurus, is in a favorable position.
- The Moon phase and the day of the week on which the surgery falls both seem to be okay.

Overall, it seems a good moment for the surgery. :1:

Wish you all the best and a speedy recovery!
September 18, 2023 at 09:21
(Scorpio) Gewichttt » Astrocelestial
Thank you for your answer!

I also think, overall, it’s a good timing.
There will never be an exactly perfect day with all auspicious placements.

The only thing I’m worried about is that moon in Capricorn that I would think suggests a high sensitivity in the body part being operated.

I immediately noticed myself Venus in Libra which is a good sign for aesthetic results.

Do you know which house/ placements tells you about the nerves? I’m very worried for the post-op recovery of my facial nerves
September 18, 2023 at 18:47
Astrocelestial » Gewichttt
Mercury rules the nervous system and the 3rd house.

Mercury will be in 3rd house at the moment of the surgery, but I don´t see any hard aspects to it, so I would say it´s okay.

Mars will start transiting your 3rd house, but that´s after a few weeks post-surgery.

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