There’s a Full Moon this Friday, the 27th July, which reaches its fullest at 19 minutes past 8 in the evening in the UK.
In Air sign Aquarius, this Full Moon will primarily be highlighting (or bringing to our attention) our own, unique ways of thinking and our styles of communication, especially amongst our friends and in group settings. Usually there is something unavoidable which is staring straight at us, that is deeply meaningful to us, causing us to ponder, or something that is emotionally triggering us during a Full Moon and, with the Moon’s tight conjunction with Mars in Retrograde this month, it could be something we are deeply passionate about or even something that makes us uncomfortably annoyed (or uncomfortably excited, even). Continue reading
Your forecast for this The Partial Solar Eclipse period and the fortnight ahead.
The New Moon next week, on Thursday, will be a Partial Solar Eclipse, which is the New Moon directly following the Super Blue Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse on the 31st January. A Partial Solar Eclipse is a special event of its own accord, Astrologically, but the fact that these two occur one after the other in such a fashion gives this time, in early 2018, Continue reading
Highlights forecast for this New Moon period and the fortnight ahead.
The New Moon that occurs this Wednesday, the 17th January, just like the Full Moon that occurred two weeks ago on the 2nd January, exacts at around 20 minutes past 2 in the early hours of the morning in the UK, so similarly, it will become a New Moon the day before, late on the 16th January in Western Greenland and the USA. Continue reading
Highlights forecast for the Full Moon period and the fortnight ahead.
Tomorrow’s Full Moon is connected with that powerful Solar Eclipse that occurred on August 21st 2017 as Jupiter (who is in harmony with both) has since moved along to form an almost perfect sextile with it. I’m not sure how clearly you remember it, but that eclipse in Leo Continue reading