February 2019 ~ The Post
There’s a Full Moon on Tuesday, the 19th February, exacting at around 3:53pm in the UK.
For the fourth month in a row, the Full Moon will fall at the critical degree (00°) of a sign only this time it will be in Mutable sign Virgo. The last of this series of Full Moons falling at this same 00° critical degree of a sign will occur next month, when it falls in cardinal sign Libra. I feel that these five months of Full Moons (from November 2018 to March 2019) in critical degrees are important as, the Full Moon in January at 00° of Leo was the last of a set of Full and New Moons on the Leo/ Aquarius axis spanning over the past few years and the critical degree signification of beginning new ventures while travelling into an oncoming realm of fresh possibilities fits in well with the North Node’s ingress into Cancer in mid-November, just before the first Full Moon in this short critical-degree series.
So, while the Nodal axis is now signifying home, family, climbing towards higher career peaks and security, I think it is suffice to say that we have really had a friendly push of energy to help us get into this new Nodal realm by way of these eclipses towards the end of 2018 and at the beginning of 2019.
In Virgo, this coming Full Moon is apt to urge us all into adapting our own sense of organisation amidst the products of whatever projects we have created from the chaotic energies we have all just experienced (along with the many creative urges) under the Mars/ Uranus conjunction on the 13th February and the week prior to that. Now that the Full Moon is moving in to trine the Mars/ Uranus conjunction point that has passed, our opportunity to ‘sort through’ all we have accumulated since the creative New Moon on the 4th February will likely be provided in abundance and we should all be able to sit back with this new energy in relief and a new sense of hope and stability for the future and the year ahead.
Mars in Taurus, also in a (albeit slightly wider orb) trine to the Full Moon on Tuesday may further add to this an even more solid sense of stability perhaps coupled with a strong urge to slow down and take things a little easier than we have been doing, most especially while Mars was moving through Aries. I would definitely advise anybody to follow these urges and sit back a little now during the Full Moon period and the weeks following. In January we had the Jupiter/ Neptune square aiding us a sense of expansion and the courage to dream big and then the Mars/ Uranus conjunction brought us the energies to begin to put some of these dreams into action. Now we get to take hold of what there is to gather and sort through it before enjoying the fruits of our labour. This is what the Full Moon is all about, after all.
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I have included a chart of the Full Moon at the bottom of this page.
Blessings, from Gemma at Vine Astrology.