The Black Moon Lilith in Astrology and Rose McGowan

Black Moon Lilith

“Lilith’s Daughter” by Drusila

As some of you know, I have been exploring the meaning of the Black Moon Lilith ever since I discovered she conjoined my Pluto and South Node, explaining a lot about the trauma in my past and relationship issues.

In my experimentation with clients I have come to think of Lilith as describing a primal female rage against the patriarchy and domination of men.  In the story of Lilith, she was Adam’s first wife and was equal to him. When she refused to lie under him Adam threw her out and asked Jehovah to provide him with a more suitable mate and it was then that Jehovah fashioned Eve out of Adam’s rib to ensure that she would remain submissive to him (except for that whole apple thing).  Lilith “flew away” or was banished, depending on who you believe, and spent the rest of her years howling in the night with rage for her children who were killed by the angels of God.  Under the patriarchal religions of the Piscean age she was transformed into a demon, a succubus,

The Black Moon Lilith (not to be confused with the Dark Moon or the Lilith asteroid)  is not a body in the sky, but a focal point between the Earth and the farthest point of the lunar orbit.  (See this image from .)

In a regression a few years ago I uncovered an ancient life in which during a bloody battle I was raped and my children murdered in front of me.  I have always been fearful of having children and I felt that the residual anxiety from this ancient life had bled into my current one.  Coincidentally, shortly thereafter I calculated the position of the Black Moon Lilith in my chart and discovered its powerful placement in my conjunction from my Moon (mother/children) to Pluto (death and destruction) which are also aligned with my South Node (the past).  This seemed beyond coincidence to me and drove me to experiment with the Black Moon Lilith in every client chart.  I also noticed that the BML, as she is affectionately known, was tightly aligned with the Moon in the chart of my ex and the Sun in my husband’s chart.

From this research I have found that when  the Black Moon Lilith is aligned with another planet or angle (ascendant or midheaven) in the chart there tends to be, in its mildest form, an innate sense of the inequity of the dominant male culture and desire for justice. and in its most extreme, a profound feminine rage against the patriarchical system in general and sometimes against men in particular.  Men with a strong BML in their chart tend to be drawn to women who exhibit Lilith tendencies – powerful in nature and usually with a strong sexual vibration – although this often manifests as an attraction/repulsion dynamic due to a fear of the power of the Lilith archetype.

Rose McGowan astrologyRecently I listened to a .  I have seen Ms. McGowan in films and television but knew very little about her.  She has been an outspoken warrior for women’s rights for years, but her naked expressions of rage against the unfairness to women in the film industry and her strong

Rose McGowan astrology

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feminist viewpoints were so profoundly Lilithian I had to investigate further. Sure enough, her chart shows a tight conjunction from the Black Moon Lilith to her Moon and in a square to Pluto.  Last year Ms. McGowan revealed that she had been raped by a studio head, and in the podcast she alludes to other traumas in her past.

The rulership of the world by men began to dominate human consciousness during the Age of Aries, the warrior age (approximately 2000 bce to 0 ce), and continued through the age of Pisces, the religious age (approximately – 0ce to 2100).   It was during the Uranus/Pluto conjunction of the mid-1960s that feminine power began to re-emerge, a harbinger of the Age of Aquarius into which we are transitioning.

I believe that the archetype of the Black Moon Lilith is emerging now to help to heal the damage of the past several thousands of years. The fear of the power of women is evident everywhere in our political system right now as the dying Piscean age gives way to the Aquarius ideals and the men that run the world attempt to bring back masculine dominance.  Lilith teaches that we must learn to normalize the archetype of feminine power into our own psyches and our culture in order to find true harmony in the world, and the only way that this can be done is through reclaiming this power within our own selves as women, and for men to honor and respect and even embrace the wisdom of the dark feminine rather than fear it.

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By | 2018-11-27T16:57:17+00:00 May 7th, 2017|Astrology, People|17 Comments


  1. Laura Petersen May 7, 2017 at 11:46 am - Reply

    I have most of the lilith’s in Virgo, except for the Waldemath that is in Cancer (same as my moon). All are in House 2, where Pluto also is. If Pluto and BML are in the same house, barely a few degrees away from each other, they are not in alignment, right?

    I’m working a lot to balance the feminine and masculine, this resonated a bit.
    Thanks a lot!

    • May 7, 2017 at 12:39 pm - Reply

      Hi Laura, this link didn’t work for me, I think you have to be logged in as you to view the chart. But if your Pluto and BML are barely a few degrees from each other they are in a conjunction which would give BML power in your chart.

      • Laura Petersen May 7, 2017 at 7:58 pm - Reply

        Thanks Lynn! Yeah, the link does not work and I don’t know how to show you the chart, but in any case I will look at this sometime in my future… I’m itching to learn more about astrology as I keep seeing how it seems to be in sync with what I’m feeling and what is happening lately… quite often!

  2. Azucena Fernandez May 7, 2017 at 12:28 pm - Reply

    I always love when you write this kind of topics, but this one particularly helped me. Thank you so much for your articles about astrology, you have an inner knowledge about it and I’m always looking for your updates. Thanks

    • May 7, 2017 at 12:40 pm - Reply

      Thank you Azucena! I am hoping to be writing more, I go through some periods that are more fertile than others and I think I’m entering one of those fertile periods.

  3. Valerie Baker-Easley May 7, 2017 at 7:53 pm - Reply

    I checked my chart, which is virtually the same as yours, Lynne, and was not too surprised to find BML conjunct my Pluto on the nadir and within 4 degrees of my moon. This explains a lot, and I thank you for writing about the topic so readers could research and reflect.

    My life has certainly been true to the energies you describe. My ex-husband’s BML is square mine by an orb of 4 degrees, and this was the key conflict of our years together.

    • May 8, 2017 at 11:54 pm - Reply

      Interesting about your husband, Valerie. Would you mind sharing more about these details? How did your husband respond to these energies?

  4. marilyn May 8, 2017 at 12:18 am - Reply

    I know and feel it viscerally… she’s calling us to stand. Thanks so much…💖💖

  5. weaver May 8, 2017 at 1:51 am - Reply

    thank you for this excellent and timely offering.

    • May 8, 2017 at 11:54 pm - Reply

      Thanks Weaver!

  6. Wim November 25, 2017 at 9:28 am - Reply

    Beautiful, spot on… A different article on BML pointed out it’s importance and why I always run into clashes with the establishment, the dominant energy; whether expressed by males or females. (BML in sag, 10th house). BMl is involved in 2 yod’s… One as the focus (Sag. 10th house) with Venus and Pluto sextile, one as a sextile with Saturn and Venus as the focus. Time seems to be pushing all of us to come into harmony and go towards non-duality. Exciting times indeed. What is your take on Yods? Do they work for calculated points? For me it seems valid.

    • December 1, 2017 at 12:57 pm - Reply

      Thanks Wim. I don’t see Yods as the magic “Finger of Gods” with the mystical power they are often assigned, but they are a useful and helpful aspect that helps to push us towards the Apex planet. I wrote about the Yod in Beyonce’s chart here, you might find that article interesting.

  7. […] couldn’t help but think this sudden eruption of rage smelled just like the Black Moon Lilith (follow this link for other information about this fascinating planetary point).  The Black Moon Lilith embodies a […]

  8. […] that the Black Moon Lilith has shown up in the charts of those involved with Me Too including Rose McGowan, one of the more outspoken faces of the movement.  Asia Argento, girlfriend of the late Anthony […]

  9. Jean January 23, 2019 at 5:22 pm - Reply

    Very interesting ❤️ I have just discovered I have BML in Scorpio conjunct my Sun in Scorpio in the 8th house (my sun also conjuncts Uranus in Scorpio, also Mercury Scorpio in there too). Can’t wait to find out more about this placement! X

    • January 26, 2019 at 2:10 am - Reply

      BML shares some qualities with Scorpio, Jean so that will emphasize the Dark Feminine in your chart even more.

  10. […] This has all been evident in the “Me Too” movement (as I wrote about here), where a primal feminine rage against an oppressive patriarchy has erupted into both individual consciousness and the consciousness of the collective.  The Black Moon Lilith has emerged into the mainstream of astrological thought after centuries as a female sexual demon, transformed into a figurehead for this primal feminine rage as women reclaim the power of their sexuality (read more here). […]

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