When the Moon in one person’s chart forms an aspect to another person’s Uranus.
When the Moon is conjunct, square, quincunx, or opposition
Uranus in synastry, the initial attraction can be exciting in an unconventional way. The Moon person feels a little off-center around the Uranus person, generally in a good way, but it depends greatly on the temperament of the Moon person. The Uranus person somehow enters into the Moon person’s life suddenly, and feelings that are stirred and aroused in Moon can be powerful.
Uranus interchart aspects create an electric chemistry that feels exciting and fascinating, and seem to promise a great time when there is an attraction in place. However, there can be a very unsettled feeling between the two people, and marked periods of vacillation between emotional closeness and emotional distance. The Moon person might complain that when he or she is feeling needy or simply desiring closeness, the Uranus person is absent (either physically or emotionally). The Uranus person might complain that the Moon person is too conservative, too domestic, or too somber at times. If the couple lives together, living arrangements are bound to be unusual, and there can be a marked lack of routine that is most unsettling to the Moon person. Even if this is the only hard aspect of Uranus in synastry, or if the couple has an overall sense of stability with one another, the presence of this aspect in their synastry will show up as a tendency to argue over domestic arrangements and routines, as well as a rollercoaster ride on an emotional level. Rebelliousness, especially on the part of the Uranus individual, with regards to conventional routines or domestic arrangements, as well as emotional intimacy, is a theme in this relationship. If hard interaspects of Uranus with personal planets appear elsewhere, the relationship probably started suddenly and developed quickly. This unexpected or erratic quality re-surfaces throughout the relationship as intermittent periods of nervousness and periodic disruptions.
With the sextile or trine
, the “unusual” quality of the relationship and domestic affairs is less likely to be felt as disruptive. The couple may delight in the fact that their relationship doesn’t fall into the kind of “ruts” or “grooves” that are all too common in partnerships. The couple might enjoy being a little mischievous together, and there can be a pleasing shared sense of humor, a tendency to shake things up every once in a while, and an inclination to do things a little differently as a couple.