I wrote in my last blog about the Sun in Capricorn, and pointed out that for a clearer picture of your little girl or boy, the whole natal chart is necessary. Two of the most important points in any chart are the Sun and the Moon. I thought I would take a look at the Sun in Capricorn in combination with the different Moon placements. So initially I will discuss the Sun in Capricorn in combination with the Moon in the fiery sign of Aries.
The Sun in Capricorn indicates, as we have previously seen, a life dedicated to organisation and strategy, and to using resources to best effect. When this is combined with the Moon in the impatient fiery sign of Aries, then your child’s energies can become focussed on a need to become Number One, to be ‘important’! Your little baby may well develop into a person who grows into a highly determined, if not fearless, person. As s/he grows you will probably have your work cut out as his/her mind will constantly be on the go, buzzing with new ideas and schemes. It will undoubtedly be necessary for you to be prepared to constantly have something for your little one to do. S/he will hate to be bored!
But at the same time it might be helpful to teach her/him to learn some moderation, so that s/he can learn gradually to learn to ‘feel’ more and to focus on work less. With experience s/he may learn to exercise a degree of patience when dealing with people who don’t have his/her capacity to put thoughts into action. S/he may have a rather shrewd quality in his/her nature and hence become quite ‘streetwise’. Tact in the Sun in Capricorn/Moon in Aries may consist of speaking softly yet carrying a big stick; the results of a good mind for working out solutions to many sorts of problems.
S/he has the potential to learn how to get a project off the ground, to generate enthusiasm, and get long range plans into effect. But do remember that you need to teach your child moderation! Otherwise s/he may take on so much that s/he could work him/herself into a nervous breakdown, if s/he’s not careful. S/he needs to be taught moderation in work, in opinions and in the general forcefulness of his/her nature.