Both these signs want to build something solid. This shared focus will enable them to construct a relationship that can stand the test of time. Mars in Taurus’ determined actions will complement Moon in Capricorn’s need for achievement. Taurus will do the heavy lifting, and Capricorn will handle the partnership’s structural integrity. As a bonus, these Earth signs have a grounded, sensual chemistry between them.
Mars in Taurus’ efforts are based on cause and effect. When he wants something or someone, he takes steps to get what he wants. As simple as this sounds, it’s the reason why he’s successful when many others aren’t. Mars in Taurus doesn’t give up or waste time with maybes — he zeros in on what’s achievable, and works hard to make it happen. Whether this involves pursuing someone he’s attracted to, or building a life with his partner, he is a pro at manifesting.
Moon in Capricorn needs structure and control. Her business-like approach to relationships doesn’t mean that she’s incapable of loving, but she does need to have a managerial role at home. In her defense, Moon in Capricorn will probably have more discipline, ambition and focus than her partner (unless he has pronounced Capricorn energy in his chart). She’s really the best person for the job of ensuring that the relationship keeps moving forward.
Mars in Taurus’ stubborn practicality will suit Moon in Capricorn just fine. She’ll use his strength to bolster her vision of what their relationship can become, while fine-tuning his efforts with her strategic focus. Taurus’ raw sensuality will take the edge off Capricorn’s inhibitions; sometimes she gets caught up in her work, and forgets that she needs to relax. Mars in Taurus can show Capricorn how to indulge, and Moon in Capricorn will steadily push Taurus forward at a pace that’s comfortable for him.