Total Lunar Eclipse, Blood Moon: Supermoon Full Moon in Leo

Blood Moon, total lunar eclipse

Blood Moon, total lunar eclipse

The Full Moon in Leo on Mon 21 Jan is a total lunar eclipse It’s also the first in a sequence of three SuperMoons, where the Moon is closer to the Earth than usual,  intensifying the energies and in particular heightening our emotional responses.  SuperMoons are associated with extreme weather patterns, and total lunar eclipses are associated with earthquakes and earth changes, so this is likely to be a formidable combination! If you have chart points at zero degrees Leo, you’re likely to be strongly affected by this eclipse, so be extra careful at this time. Eclipses bring sudden, unexpected changes, not necessarily negative but it pays to be careful during the eclipse period, and the energies right now are extra strong because of the SuperMoon.  The Full Moon in Leo also highlights the need for a balance between the personal and the collective. The Full Moon in Leo is usually a fun party time, but the party may literally be eclipsed in some way, so take extra care at this time.

This is the last of the Leo-Aquarius eclipses that have been occurring over the past 18 months, as the eclipses are now moving into Cancer-Capricorn.  Interesting when we look back to the first of these eclipses in the royal sign of Leo, Prince Harry had just announced his engagement to Meghan Markle, and now of course, at the end of this cycle, they’ve married and are now expecting their first child.  An African-American divorcee marrying into the British royal family is certainly the kind of “unexpected changes” you could associate with eclipses through Leo, to say nothing of the passionate sermon preached at their wedding by Bishop Michael Curry!!

This lunar eclipse will be visible in North and South America, even the UK, basically anywhere that’s in night-time.  It’s exact at 3.12pm AEST (Queensland time) so won’t be visible in Australia.  Lunar eclipses take a few hours to unfold, so if you’re somewhere where you can see it, it’ll appear first as a partial eclipse, then move into the deep red colour of the full Blood Moon for just over an hour, and of course, as a SuperMoon, the Moon will appear much larger and brighter in the sky than usual.  If you’re celebrating the Full Moon in Australia, the best time for ceremony will be the previous evening Sun 20 Jan while the energies are still building.  Remember my usual warning around eclipses and be extra careful during this period!

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Full Moon on the Solstice!!!

EquinoxSolstice

The Full Moon falls with the Solstice this year, and we enter the eclipse season for the upcoming eclipses in January.

The Summer Solstice is the longest day of the year (and the shortest night) in the southern hemisphere, when the Sun reaches its southernmost position overhead at the Tropic of Capricorn, named after the Sun’s passage into the zodiac sign of Capricorn on this day.  This is the traditional mid-season time of celebration and feasting.  In the northern hemisphere it is of course the Winter Solstice, the shortest day and the longest night.  This year the solstice falls on Sat 22 Dec at 8.23am Queensland time AEST (Fri 21 Dec in Europe and the Americas). 

The Full Moon falls in Cancer in the early hours of Sun 23 Dec AEST (Sat 22 Dec in Europe and the Americas) just after the Solstice.  The Full Moon in Cancer invites us to find a balance between the deep emotional connection of family and the outer, worldly achievement that is found in our work life. This Full Moon also highlights our emotional attachment to the past, so don’t be surprised if strong feelings get stirred up again, giving us the opportunity to finally let go and release the past.  This is a good time for us to reassess our unconscious, “autopilot” responses, and to change any behaviour that is no longer appropriate.  The Full Moon is exact at 3.49am AEST, so Sat 22 Dec is the best night for Full Moon celebrations – as well as solstice celebrations!!!

The eclipse season starts now, after this month’s Full Moon.  The eclipses won’t be till January, but meanwhile take extra care from the Full Moon onwards as the energies start to build.  This means that Christmas time will be in the eclipse season, so please be extra careful on the roads and in your lives generally.  Remember eclipses demand respect, as they often bring unexpected change into our lives!  So take extra care this Christmas period!!

 

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Adventure Time!

Sagittarius, the archer

New Moon in Sagittarius  Fri 7 Dec 2018, exact at 5.20pm Queensland time (AEST) at 15 degrees Sagittarius

Full Moon in Cancer  Sun 23 Dec 2018, exact at 3.49am Queensland time (AEST) at 0 degrees Cancer

Skywatching  Venus can be seen as the Morning Star twinkling brightly in the east before sunrise, and lower in the sky, Mercury and Jupiter are also visible.  In the evening, after sunset, reddish Mars is overhead, with Saturn bright in the west, progressively lower in the sky as the month advances until it is no longer visible.

 

Adventure Time!

The New Moon falls in Sagittarius on Fri 7 Dec, bringing a fresh burst of enthusiasm for adventure and exploration, as well as the need to enjoy life to the full.  This is a good time to start on a spiritual quest, a study course or overseas travel – anything that expands your horizons.

Sagittarius is a Fire sign, warm and enthusiastic, naturally optimistic with an undying trust in the Universe.  Sagittarians love to explore and go on adventures.  Their sign is ruled by Jupiter, which gives them their boundless enthusiasm – and on the down side, a tendency to go over the top, take lots of risks and over-extend themselves, not knowing when or where to stop.

If your birthday is close to this New Moon, this marks the beginning of a significant new cycle in your life in terms of your identity and your sense of purpose.

If you have a planet at 15 degrees of Sagittarius this marks the beginning of a new cycle in whatever that planet symbolizes (eg relationships for Venus).

Remember to create your New Moon intentions within 24 hours of the New Moon.  The New Moon is exact at 5.20pm AEST.

 

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Full Moon in Gemini as Neptune stations

The Full Moon in Gemini on Fri 23 Nov invites us to find a balance between logic and intuitive knowing, so that any action we take integrates both polarities, aware of relevant information yet trusting our intuition.  With Jupiter part of the signature of this Full Moon, the Universe is sending us a strong invitation to trust, both in ourselves and in the Universe.  Check your birth chart to see which house is under the Full Moon spotlight at zero degrees Gemini as this is the area of life where matters may well come to fruition or be revealed.  This Full Moon is exact at 3.39pm Queensland time (AEST).

 

Neptune turns direct on Sun 25 Nov 2018 allowing us to move forwards again after a five-month period of self-reflection in which we have revisited and maybe revised our dreams and visions for the future.  We may also have revisited our spiritual longing, our urge to transcend 3D reality.  As Neptune also symbolises veils of illusion, we may have become more aware of the ways in which we manage to deceive ourselves, only seeing what we want to see or believing what we want to believe.  The cosmic opportunity now is for our vision to be clearer and more connected with Spirit.

 

Neptune stations at 13 degrees Pisces, and hangs around at that degree for almost 2 months before it moves forwards again, so if you have this point strong in your birth chart, or if you’re born around 4 March, you’ll be feeling a strong urge to transcend reality and dissolve into a state of spiritual oneness.  For some of you, this will be felt as a complete brain meltdown, especially if you’re trying to maintain a left-brain existence. The key is to surrender to the inspiration and creativity of Neptune, indulge in art or music, and engage in spiritual practices like meditation so that you transcend reality, rather than get drawn into the negative side of Neptune, escapist patterns such as addictive behaviours.

 

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Full Moon with Uranus – Surprise twists and revelations!!!

This is going to be a very interesting Full Moon.  Full Moons bring illumination at the best of times, but now with Uranus part of the planetary picture, expect matters to come to a head with surprise twists as things get revealed that may be shocking and disruptive! 

The Full Moon falls in Taurus in the early hours of Thurs 25 Oct AEST (effectively the evening of Wed 24 Oct).  The Full Moon in Taurus brings into focus your ability to be sensuous and grounded, an excellent time to indulge the senses and pamper the body.  This Full Moon invites us to find a balance between physical sensuality and emotional depth. 

Uranus joins with this Full Moon to bring something unexpected, exciting or stimulating.  The purpose of Uranus is to bring a higher level of awareness into our lives, waking us up from our normal routine and habits.  Equally (sometimes at the same time!), Uranus can bring disruption, even chaos, as it shakes things up in its attempt to bring in more light.  Uranus is known as the Great Awakener, and that’s what it does, one way or the other!  All you can say for certain with Uranus is ‘Expect the Unexpected’

The Full Moon falls at 1 degree Taurus, so wherever this point falls in your chart is the area of your life that will be under the spotlight now, bringing matters to a head or to resolution, probably with a surprise twist!  There are likely to be some very interesting revelations around at this time (think of the Khashoggi case for example).  The Full Moon is exact at 2.45am AEST (Queensland time) so the best time to celebrate will be the previous night when the energies are still building.

 

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New Moon in Libra 2018

Libra, the scales of balance

New Moon in Libra  Tues 9 Oct 2018, exact at 1.47pm Queensland time (AEST) at 15 degrees Libra

Full Moon in Taurus  Thurs 25 Oct 2018, exact at 2.45am Queensland time (AEST) at 1 degree Taurus (effectively the evening of Wed 24 Oct)

Skywatching:   Venus will continue to be visible as the Evening Star, twinkling brightly in the west, till about mid-Oct, appearing gradually lower in the evening sky until she is no longer visible.  She disappears for 7 days and then reappears as the Morning Starfrom the end of Oct.  Jupiter is above Venus in the west, with Saturn and reddish Mars overhead at sunset.

 

The New Moon falls in Libra on Tues 9 Oct, starting a new cycle in your relationships and connecting with others generally.  It also brings a renewed emphasis on the need for harmony and fairness in all aspects of your life.  Libra is the sign of the born diplomat, the mediator who can always see both sides of any issue.  The symbol for Libra is the scales, where things can be weighed and balanced.  With the New Moon in Libra, this lunar month is a good time to focus on restoring balance in your life, giving you the opportunity to consolidate the theme of the Equinox last month (see last month’s newsletter) by implementing whatever changes are required to bring your life back into harmony and balance.

Libra is an Air signsociable and communicative, with a huge need for fairness.  It’s also one of the leadership signs, but it doesn’t need to be out in front – quite the contrary. The leadership style of Libra is inclusive and co-operative, making Libra an excellent consultative leader.  The challenge for Libra is decision-making!  They are so good at seeing all sides of the question that reaching a final decision can be agony for them, especially when they’re trying to keep everyone happy.  Because they hate disharmony, people-pleasing is often one of their main issues, not helped by their reluctance to confront and tackle any problem areas.  Embracing more of the assertiveness of their opposite sign Aries can be really helpful.

If your birthday is close to this New Moon, this marks the beginning of a significant new cycle in your life in terms of your identity and your sense of purpose. 

If you have a planet at 15 degrees of Libra (within a degree either side), this marks the beginning of a new cycle in whatever that planet symbolises (eg responsibility for Saturn).

Remember to set your New Moon intentions within 24 hours of the New Moon. The New Moon is exact at 1.47pm Queensland time (AEST).

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Lunar Phases October 2018

phases of the moon

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Last Quarter: Tues 2 Oct at 7.45pm

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

New Moon: Tues 9 Oct at 1.47pm

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts – intensified by the eclipse.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

First Quarter: Wed 17 Oct at 4.02am

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

Full Moon: Thurs 25 Oct at 2.45am

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

 

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Old friends and lovers reappear … Venus goes retro ❤️

Venus Rx lovers reconnectOld friends and lovers reappear …

       … echoes of 8 years ago

 

Venus goes retrograde on Sat 6 Oct 2018 (AEST, Fri 5 Oct in Europe & the Americas) at 10 degrees Scorpio.  Venus signifies our urge to relate to others, so don’t be surprised if old friends and lovers reappear in your life during the retrograde phase of Venus – you may hear from people you haven’t seen for ages.  Or you may be the one seeking to reconnect.  Venus retrograde often brings an opportunity to revisit past relationships, especially if there is any unfinished business there.

 

Venus retrograde moves through 8-year cycles, so think back to what was happening for you eight years ago (Oct/Nov 2010) when Venus last went retrograde in Scorpio & Libra, for insight into what the themes might be for you this time round.  Venus is retrograde for six weeks until Fri 16 Nov when she turns direct again at 25 degrees Libra.  If you have Taurus or Libra prominent in your chart (especially as your rising sign), Venus retrograde cycles are likely to have a strong impact on you.

 

Venus will continue to be visible as the Evening Star for a couple of weeks after she turns retrograde, but will be seen gradually lower in the evening sky until she is no longer visible (as she gets closer and closer to the Sun).  With this retrograde conjunction to the Sun, Venus disappears for seven days, after which time she emerges transformed as the Morning Star, and a whole new 584-day cycle begins (a cycle sacred to the Mayans).  In ancient times Venus was seen as a dual goddess – the Evening Star was her peaceful aspect, whereas the Morning Star was her warrior incarnation; the rebirth of the Morning Star was seen as an auspicious time to go into battle.  Venus will reappear as the Morning Star from the end of Oct.

 

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Full Moon in Aries 2018

The Full Moon falls in Aries on Tues 25 Sept.

This Full Moon highlights our ability to be assertive and to take action, yet it also calls for the need for balance between independence and co-operation with others.

The Full Moon is at 2 degrees Aries, so wherever this point falls in your chart is the area of your life that will be under the spotlight now!

The Full Moon is exact at 12.52pm AEST (midday) so the best time to celebrate will be the previous night when the energies are still building.

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Equinox

EquinoxThe Equinox falls on Sun 23 Sept at 11.54am AEST.

The theme of the Equinox is always about balance.  This is the time of year when day and night are of equal length (equi-nox means ‘equal night’ in Latin), the Sun rises due east, and the seasons come to a point of balance.

This Equinox is marked by the Sun moving into the zodiac sign of Libra, the sign associated with harmony, balance and fairness.

In the Southern hemisphere this is the Spring Equinox, a time of rejoicing that winter is over and celebrating the birth of new life. With the Virgo New Moon, this is an excellent time for a Spring Cleanse!

The seasons are reversed in the Northern hemisphere of course, where this is the Autumn Equinox, a time of harvest celebration, giving thanks for the abundant crops produced by the summer months.

Whether you are celebrating Spring or Autumn Equinox, this is a perfect time to reflect on your own life, explore what might be out of balance there and find a way to restore that, whether it’s in your relationships, your work or any other aspect of your life.

 

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Eclipsed New Moon in Capricorn – powerful New Year’s resolutions!!!

CapricornPartial Solar Eclipse / New Moon in Capricorn: Sun 6 Jan 2019, exact at 11.28am (eclipse at 11.41am) Queensland time (AEST) at 15 degrees Capricorn

Total Lunar Eclipse / Full Moon in Leo: Mon 21 Jan 2019, exact at 3.16pm (eclipse at 3.12pm) Queensland time (AEST) at  0 degrees Leo

Skywatching: Venus and Jupiter can be seen as Morning Stars in the east before sunrise, moving closer together as the month progresses till they’re closest on the mornings of 22 & 23 Jan.  In the evening, after sunset, the red planet Mars can be seen in the western sky.

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I hope everyone’s enjoyed a wonderful festive season!!!  You’ll know from my last newsletter that we’re in eclipse season now, with both the New Moon and Full Moon this month being eclipsed.  This means the energies are extra intense right now, and unexpected changes are typical.  Please be extra mindful at this time and take extra care in this eclipse season!

You’ve got a second chance at your New Year’s resolutions at this New Moon, with the full support of the Cosmos!!!  I always say that the best time to make your New Year’s resolutions is the New Moon in Capricorn, because it brings a sense of discipline to the new cycle that we’re about to start – in this case 2019!  This year the New Moon in Capricorn is also a solar eclipse, making the intentions you set now much more powerful than they would normally be.  This makes this year’s new Moon in Capricorn an excellent time to set your intentions for the year ahead!!

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The New Moon in Capricorn on Sun 6 Jan is the absolute best time to make your New Year’s resolutions for 2019 as the energy of this eclipsed New Moon gives a very powerful boost to any intentions and resolutions you set now – so here’s a second chance at those New Year’s resolutions!

A New Moon always represents the beginning of a new cycle in some part of your life.  The Capricorn New Moon invites renewed focus on self-discipline, responsibility, dealing with material reality, setting goals, improving time management and introducing more structure into your life – all in the service of moving forwards on your chosen path.  Remember the image of Capricorn the goat, moving slowly but steadily up the mountain, one step at a time, guaranteed to reach the summit.

Wherever you have Capricorn in your chart is the area of life that will be most strongly affected by this New Moon – for example, if it is in your 6th house, this is an opportunity to bring more self-discipline into your daily routine and health regime; if it falls in the 2nd, this applies to your finances.  If you are not sure where Capricorn falls in your birth chart, think of the area of your life that could most benefit from some self-discipline right now – you will probably tune into it intuitively!

If your birthday falls close to this New Moon, this is the beginning of a highly significant new cycle in your life, especially in terms of your sense of identity and purpose in the world.  If 15 degrees Capricorn is strong in your chart, or if any of your planets fall at this degree, this indicates the beginning of a significant new cycle in the part of your life represented by that planet, eg relationships for Venus.

Remember to set your New Moon intentions within 24 hours of the New Moon.  The New Moon is exact at 11.28am AEST, and the partial Solar Eclipse is exact at 11.41am.  If you’re planning a New Moon ceremony, work with both timings when setting your New Moon intentions: for maximum effect, begin your ceremony just before 11.28am (AEST) and make sure it extends over the exact eclipse timing at 11.41am.  The eclipse makes your intentions much more powerful than they would normally be. 

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Second solar eclipse this season

Leo, the lion

Second solar eclipse – take extra care!

Re-energize and revitalize!

We’re not out of the woods yet, we’re still in the eclipse season. There are still huge energies around as this next New Moon is the second solar eclipse in this eclipse season. Then on top of that, Uranus is stationary (about to go retro) in the lead-up to this eclipsed New Moon, adding the extra potential for unexpected events in your life!

It’s definitely a time to be extra careful, especially as far as accidents are concerned – so take extra care day-to-day (eg when driving), and don’t take any risks!  Stay present and grounded!

 

In this unusual extended eclipse season we have two solar eclipses.  The New Moon in Leo on Sat 11 Aug is the second of these solar eclipses. It’s a partial solar eclipse, as was the solar eclipse New Moon of 13 July. This means that the New Moon energy of starting a new cycle is intensified by the eclipses, and any intentions you set now will be especially powerful.

The eclipsed New Moon in Leo brings the opportunity to begin a significant new cycle in your enthusiasm for life and your creativity – whatever inspires you and ignites your passion!  This is a perfect time to re-energize and revitalize, and to have more fun in your life.  Leo is ruled by the Sun and this sign has all the life-giving qualities of the Sun, inspiring others with its warmth, energy and passion.  Warm-hearted and generous, Leo is the royalty of the zodiac, confident and regal with a flair for the dramatic, so don’t be surprised to find Leo centre-stage.  Fire signs need to have plenty of fun, and Leos love this to be in grand lavish style.  The downside of Leo is that they can be very self-centred, it’s all about them.

partial solar eclipse

If your birthday is close to the date of this eclipsed New Moon, your year ahead is likely to see really important changes in your life, significant new beginnings particularly with regard to your identity, your sense of self and your purpose in life.

The New Moon is exact at 7.57pm AEST (partial solar eclipse at 7.46pm AEST) at 18 degrees Leo.  Wherever this eclipsed New Moon falls in your chart is the area of life where you can expect a significant new cycle to start.  Remember to set your intentions for this lunar month within 24 hours of the eclipsed New Moon.  The eclipse gives extra power to these New Moon resolutions.

Take extra care during the eclipse season (which lasts till two weeks after this second solar eclipse) and don’t take any risks!

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Eclipse season – take extra care! Longest ‘Blood Moon’ this century!!!

partial solar eclipse

Can you feel the intensity of the energies right now??!!!

We’re at the start of the eclipse season, and it’s particularly intense because this is an extended eclipse season.  Instead of the usual two eclipses – one solar, one lunar, we’ve got three:  TWO solar and one lunar, and the lunar eclipse just happens to be the longest total lunar eclipse anyone will experience this century!!!

Eclipses bring unexpected changes into people’s lives, so take extra care at this time, especially when driving for example.  Don’t take any risks.

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Here’s the information on the eclipses for the next lunar month:

The Solar Eclipse New Moon in Cancer on Fri 13 July represents the opportunity for a significant new cycle to begin in relation to the feminine. Cancer is ruled by the Moon, symbolising women, mothering and the sacred feminine. This eclipsed New Moon represents the beginning of a significant new cycle in the way we care for others, the way we nurture ourselves, and our relationship with women in general.

Cancer is a water sign, sensitive and emotional, with a strong need for emotional security. This is the sign associated with home and family, so this New Moon can also mark the beginning of a new sense of belonging, perhaps a new phase in our home and family life, or our sense of belonging to a ‘tribe’.

Cancer has a tenacious connection to the past – Cancerians have strong emotional attachments and don’t like to let go of anything! The eclipsed New Moon in Cancer represents the beginning of a significant new phase in our relationship with the past, an opportunity to emotionally release whatever no longer serves us. Thyme essential oil and the Australian Bush Flower Essence Bottlebrush are particularly good remedies for supporting you to let go – contact me if you need to order.

If your birthday falls close to the date of this eclipsed New Moon, this marks a year of highly significant new beginnings in your life, particularly with regard to your identity, your sense of self and your purpose in life.

Your New Moon intentions will be especially powerful this month because of the solar eclipse.  Remember to set your intentions for this lunar month within 24 hours of the New Moon. The New Moon is exact at 12.47pm Queensland time (AEST).

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Blood Moon, total lunar eclipse

The Total Lunar Eclipse “Blood Moon” on Sat 28 July is the longest total lunar eclipse this century! The total phase of the lunar eclipse will last almost an hour and three-quarters, and the whole eclipse will unfold over nearly 4 hours. It’ll be visible in Australia – if you’re prepared to get up really early, well before dawn!

Lunar eclipse starts at 3.14am Queensland time AEST,

  • partial eclipse starts at 4.24am,
  • full total eclipse (Blood Moon) starts 5.30am,
  • max eclipse is at 6.21am,
  • eclipse ends at 6.35am in Queensland because the Moon sets (it’ll keep going for longer further west).
  • There’s a great graphic/video and info at https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/australia/brisbane

The Total Lunar Eclipse is the Full Moon in Aquarius on Sat 28 July 2018 (Fri 27 July in Europe and the Americas) which highlights the importance of establishing a balance between the needs of the collective and the needs of the individual. It may bring new and experimental ideas into sharp focus. Full Moons often bring situations to a head, and the eclipse intensifies this energy, so be prepared for humanitarian issues (such as refugees) to reach some kind of crisis point, where resolution becomes imperative. Total lunar eclipses are also often associated with earth changes such as earthquakes and volcanos, so expect to see more of these in the news at this time. The eclipsed Full Moon falls at 4 degrees of Aquarius and is exact at 6.20am AEST, so the best time for ceremony and celebrations is the previous night, Fri 27 July.

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Lunar Phases for July 2018

phases of the moon

Lunar Phases for July 2018 

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Last Quarter: Fri 6 July at 5.51pm

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

New Moon (Solar Eclipse): Fri 13 July at 12.47pm

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts – intensified by the eclipse.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

First Quarter: Fri 20 July at 5.52am

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

Full Moon (Lunar Eclipse): Sat 28 July at 6.20am

A high energy time, intensified by the eclipse, when things often come to fruition or events come to a head.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Skywatching for July 2018

Venus twinkles brightly in the west in the early evening as the Evening Star.  Jupiter can be seen overhead as a very bright star, with Saturn and reddish Mars rising later in the evening.

Solar eclipse New Moon in Aquarius 2018

Solar eclipse brings in Chinese New Year
Jupiter in Scorpio uncovers more sex scandals

 

Aquarius the water-carrier

Aquarius the water-carrier

Solar Eclipse New Moon in Aquarius
Fri 16 Feb 2018, exact at 7.05am Queensland time (Thurs 15 Feb in Europe and the Americas) at 27 degrees Aquarius.

Full Moon in Virgo
Fri 2 March 2018, exact at 10.51am Queensland time (AEST) at 11 degrees Virgo

 

Skywatching   
Jupiter, Mars and Saturn can all be seen as Morning Stars this lunar month, visible in the east before sunrise – Jupiter high overhead.
Jupiter rises around midnight, followed by the red planet Mars, then Saturn.  In the early morning of 11 March, Mars and Saturn are joined by the Moon in her waning phase, to give a spectacular three planet line-up.

 

This solar eclipse New Moon completes the eclipses for the next six months. Continue to be extra careful for the next two weeks as this current eclipse season comes to an end.  Remember the energies are extra intense right now, and unexpected changes are typical.  Take extra care and don’t take any unnecessary risks!

The New Moon in Aquarius on Fri 16 Feb is a partial solar eclipse.  A New Moon always signifies the beginning of a new cycle in some part of your life, and when it’s also an eclipse, that new cycle is really intensified and has extra significance in your life.

The eclipsed New Moon in Aquarius is your chance to begin a highly significant new cycle in authenticity.  To what extent are you really being true to yourself?  Aquarius is a sign associated with freedom, authenticity, and equality at both the individual and collective level.  It is strongly non-conformist, needing to be different and unique, free of society’s expectations, a natural rebel (I can hear all the Aquarians cheering!!!)  It is also focused on social responsibility, connection at the level of mass consciousness and global humanitarian concerns.  Not only are all these Aquarian traits intensified with the solar eclipse, but they’re further strengthened by Uranus (the ruler of Aquarius) – the planet naturally associated with higher consciousness and authenticity – forming part of the planetary signature for this eclipsed New Moon.

Aquarius is an air sign, loving to debate ideas, the more original, inventive and zany the better.  Aquarians are very sociable and tend to be known as the party animals of the zodiac!

Wherever you have 27 degrees of Aquarius in your chart indicates the area of life that will be most affected by this eclipsed New Moon – for example, if this eclipsed New Moon falls in your 10th house, this signifies the beginning of a highly significant new cycle in your career or professional life.

If your birthday falls close to this date (within a day either side), this is the beginning of an important new cycle in your life in terms of your sense of identity and your purpose in the world.

The New Moon is exact at 7.05am Queensland time (AEST) which means it will fall on Thurs 15 Feb in Europe and the Americas. Remember to put out your New Moon intentions within 24 hours of the New Moon.

This eclipsed New Moon also brings in the Chinese New Year Like many traditional cultures, the Chinese New Year is based on the lunar calendar, and this New Moon marks the beginning of the Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog.  With the eclipse, it’ll be an extra significant year for all those Year of the Dog people!!

Remember, eclipses demand respect.  They signal times of sudden, unexpected change, so please be extra careful during the eclipse period and don’t take any unnecessary risks, especially in the two weeks either side of this eclipse.

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New Moon in Capricorn 2018

Capricorn

Second chance at New Year’s resolutions

Energies ramping up with the eclipses

Is this a BLUE MOON ECLIPSE???

 

New Moon in Capricorn:  Wed 17 Jan 2018, exact at 12.17pm Queensland time (AEST) at 26 degrees Capricorn

Total Lunar Eclipse / Full Moon  in Leo: Wed 31 Jan 2018, exact at 11.26pm Queensland time (AEST) at 11 degrees Leo

 

Skywatching   Jupiter, Mars and Saturn (and if you’re really lucky, Mercury low down on the horizon) can all be seen as Morning Stars this lunar month, visible in the east before sunrise.  Jupiter rises around midnight, followed by the red planet Mars, then Saturn.  In the early morning of 8-10 Feb, Jupiter and Mars are joined by the Moon in her waning phase, to give a spectacular three planet line-up.

 

You’ve got a second chance at your New Year’s Resolutions this year –  with the full support of the Cosmos!!!  The New Moon in Capricorn is an excellent time to set your intentions for the New Year, and this year it’s wonderfully supported by the consciousness-raising planet Uranus, adding a spark of originality and excitement to your year ahead!!!

This New Moon also ushers in the eclipse season as we approach the first set of eclipses this year, so be extra careful for the next six weeks. The energies will be extra intense right now, and unexpected changes are typical.  Take extra care in this eclipse season!  And … is this a BLUE MOON ECLIPSE???!!!

 

The New Moon in Capricorn on Wed 17 Jan is the absolute best time to make your New Year’s resolutions for 2018 as the energy of this New Moon gives a powerful boost to any intentions and resolutions you set now – so here’s a second chance at those New Year’s resolutions!  With Uranus the planet of higher consciousness and authenticity closely configured with this New Moon, this is an excellent time to be setting your intentions so you can live your life in 2018 being really true to yourself, an exciting prospect!

A New Moon always represents the beginning of a new cycle in some part of your life.  The Capricorn New Moon invites renewed focus on self-discipline, responsibility, dealing with material reality, setting goals, improving time management and introducing more structure into your life – all in the service of moving forwards on your chosen path.  Remember the image of Capricorn the goat, moving slowly but steadily up the mountain, one step at a time, guaranteed to reach the summit.

Wherever you have Capricorn in your chart is the area of life that will be most strongly affected by this New Moon – for example, if it is on your 6th house cusp, this is an opportunity to bring more self-discipline into your daily routine and health regime; if it falls in the 2nd, this applies to your finances.  If you are not sure where Capricorn falls in your birth chart, think of the area of your life that could most benefit from some self-discipline right now – you will probably tune into it intuitively!

If your birthday falls close to this New Moon, this is the beginning of a significant new cycle in your life in terms of your sense of identity and purpose in the world.  If 26 degrees Capricorn is strong in your chart, or if any of your planets fall at this degree, this indicates the beginning of a significant new cycle in the part of your life represented by that planet, eg relationships for Venus.

Remember to set your New Moon intentions within 24 hours of the New Moon.  The New Moon is exact at 12.17pm AEST.

This New Moon also ushers in the first eclipse season of this year.  The eclipses themselves start two weeks later with the total lunar eclipse/Full Moon of Wed 31 Jan (see below).  Eclipses demand respect, as they so often bring unexpected changes, so it’s important that we’re extra careful in the two weeks leading up to the eclipses, the two weeks between them, and the two weeks afterwards, making the whole eclipse season a six-week period in which we need to take extra care and not take any unnecessary risks.  This New Moon marks the beginning of that six-week eclipse season.

The lovers Venus and Mars start this lunar month quietly in compatible receptive signs, Venus in serious Capricorn and Mars in intense Scorpio.  Under this influence, relationships are likely to have been moving towards deeper commitment for the past 3 weeks, combined with a sense of where you’re heading together.  That all changes however when Venus moves into outgoing, party-loving Aquarius on Thurs 18 Jan.  The lovers are now both in Fixed signs, so there could well be clashes between them as both dig in their heels.  At the very least there’s likely to be some tension, and it’ll take effort for things to run smoothly. Things will ease when Mars moves into adventure-seeking Sagittarius on Fri 26 Jan, when once again the lovers are in synch, now in a more energetic, fun-loving and outgoing way.  When Venus moves into dreamy Pisces on Sun 11 Feb, some tension may arise, or more likely a sense of being at cross-purposes with each other.  Venus in Pisces is the ultimate romantic, so woo her with flowers and whatever romantic fantasies you can dream up – perfect for Valentine’s Day coming up on 14 Feb!

The Full Moon in Leo on Wed 31 Jan is a total lunar eclipse.  It’s also the third in the sequence of SuperMoons, intensifying the energies and in particular heightening our emotional responses at these Full Moons.  SuperMoons are associated with extreme weather patterns, and total lunar eclipses are associated with earthquakes and earth changes, so this is likely to be a huge time!  If you have chart points at 11 Leo, you are likely to be strongly affected by this eclipse, so be extra careful at this time. Eclipses bring sudden, unexpected changes, not necessarily negative but it pays to be careful during the eclipse period, and the energies right now are extra strong because of the SuperMoon.  The Full Moon in Leo also highlights the need for a balance between the personal and the collective. The Full Moon in Leo is usually a fun party time, but the party may literally be eclipsed in some way, so take extra care at this time.

Leo is associated with royalty, and as the eclipses move through the Leo-Aquarius axis now, significant changes are happening in some of the royal families. Prince Harry has now announced his engagement to American actress Meghan Markle (Rachel in ‘Suits’), who happens to be divorced and shares a birthday with the late Queen Mum.  Although Harry’s not in direct line to the throne, this is an interesting replay (and healing) of the 1936 constitutional crisis in the UK when (uncrowned) King Edward VIII chose to marry an American divorcee, and had to abdicate as a result.  And yes, it’s the Uranus return of that crisis!  Hopefully this Uranus return is bringing in a new level of consciousness to the British royal family J  Keep an eye on the international news in the eclipse season!

This lunar eclipse is visible in Australia as it falls at night-time, exact at 11.26pm AEST (Queensland time).  Lunar eclipses take a few hours to unfold, so it will begin around 9pm, with the total eclipse starting at 10.51pm AEST and finishing at 12.07am AEST the following day.  It’ll appear as a Blood Moon, a deep red colour, and of course, as a SuperMoon, the Moon will appear larger than usual in the sky.

**Is this a BLUE MOON ECLIPSE???**

This phrase gets bandied about in the media whenever there are two Full Moons in a calendar month, meaning that the second one is a Blue Moon. That’s almost correct, but not quite!  The correct astrological definition of a Blue Moon is when two Full Moons fall in the same zodiac sign, a much rarer instance than two Full Moons falling in a calendar month.  For this to happen, the first one usually has to fall at zero degrees and the second one at 29 degrees of the same sign, and the last time that happened was on 20 June 2016, a true Blue Moon at 29 degrees Sagittarius.  The first Full Moon in Sagittarius had been on 21 May (in a different calendar month!) at 1 degree Sagittarius.

So no, sorry to disappoint everyone, but this isn’t a Blue Moon eclipse.

 

Looking ahead to next lunar month …

The next New Moon is in Aquarius, and is a partial solar eclipse, falling on Fri 16 Feb 2018 at 7.05am AEST (Queensland time) (Thurs 15 Feb in Europe and the Americas) at 27 degrees Aquarius.  This eclipsed New Moon also brings in the Chinese New Year.  Like many traditional cultures, the Chinese New Year is based on the lunar calendar, and this New Moon marks the beginning of the Chinese Year of the Dog.

 

Please remember my usual warning around eclipses and take extra care during this period.  Don’t take any unnecessary risks!

 

Wishing you everything your heart desires for 2018!

 

With love

Chirone

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Lunar eclipse in Aquarius

partial lunar eclipse

 

It’s eclipse season!!!! Eclipses bring unexpected changes into our lives, not necessarily good ones, so stay present and take extra care during this period!!!

We’re approaching the lunar eclipse Full Moon in the early hours of Tuesday (effectively Monday night in Australia). It’s a partial lunar eclipse, and on the east coast of Australia you’ll be able to see it early Tuesday morning (Monday night effectively) from about 3am-5am, with the eclipse exact at 4.20am Qld time.

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The Lunar Eclipse Full Moon in Aquarius on Tues 8 Aug (Mon 7 Aug in Europe and the Americas) highlights the importance of establishing a balance between the needs of the collective and the needs of the individual. It may bring new and experimental ideas into sharp focus. Full Moons often bring situations to a head, and an eclipse intensifies that energy, so be prepared for humanitarian issues (such as refugees) to reach some kind of crisis point, where resolution becomes imperative. This partial lunar eclipse will be visible in Australia in the early hours of the morning, well before dawn.

The eclipsed Full Moon falls at 15 degrees of Aquarius and is exact at 4.11am AEST, so the best time for ceremony and celebrations is the previous night, Mon 7 Aug.

Eclipses demand respect, so take care and don’t take any unnecessary risks in this period, especially in the two weeks leading into the eclipses.

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New Moon in Leo 2017

Leo, the lion

New Moon in Leo: Sun 23 July 2017, exact at 7.46pm Queensland time (AEST) at zero degrees of Leo

Lunar Eclipse Full Moon in Aquarius: Tues 8 Aug 2017, exact at 4.11am Queensland time (AEST) at 15 degrees Aquarius (the previous day in Europe and the Americas)

Skywatching   Venus is the twinkling Morning Star in the pre-dawn sky.  Jupiter and Saturn can be seen in the night sky, Saturn high up towards the east and Jupiter lower towards the west at sunset.  If you have a clear view of the western horizon, you’ll also see Mercury just after sunset. 

 

Eclipse season approaches

… Leos in the spotlight!!!

The energies are ramping up now as the eclipse season approaches! This is especially true for Leos, who have not one, but TWO New Moons in their zodiac sign.  On top of that, the second New Moon is also a total solar eclipse – huge intensity!!!!  The spotlight is now well and truly on Leos, who’ll be experiencing all kinds of changes in their lives!

And a reminder to get on top of all your communications and back up your computers.   Mercury goes retro on Sun 13 Aug

 

There’s a highly energized start to this lunar month with Mars joining the New Moon in Leo on Sun 23 July, bringing not only a renewed sense of fun and enthusiasm for life, but also a surge of dynamic energy, like your foot’s on the accelerator.  Time to ignite your passion and move ahead!

Be aware though that Mars is also making an accident-prone contact to Uranus, so as with the eclipses coming up, here’s another reason to be that extra bit careful right now.

The New Moon in Leo is a perfect time to re-energize and revitalize.  Leo is ruled by the Sun and this sign has all the life-giving qualities of the Sun, inspiring others with its warmth, energy and passion.  Warm-hearted and generous, Leo is the royalty of the zodiac, confident and regal with a flair for the dramatic, so don’t be surprised to find a Leo centre-stage.  Fire signs need to have plenty of fun, and Leos love this to be in grand lavish style.  This New Moon represents the opportunity to begin a new cycle in your enthusiasm for life and your creativity – whatever inspires you and ignites your passion.

The New Moon falls at zero degrees of Leo, just as the Sun moves into the zodiac sign of Leo. It’s the first of two New Moons in Leo, with the second (falling on Tues 22 Aug AEST) also being a total solar eclipse, a highly intensified form of a New Moon.  This is a hugely significant time for Leos, as well as anyone with personal planets in Leo.  The Universe is giving you a double opportunity to create new beginnings in your life, just to make sure you really get the message!  Then adding an eclipse just to be absolutely sure!!!

If your birthday falls close to the date of this New Moon, this marks an important year of new beginnings in your life, particularly with regard to your identity, your sense of self and your purpose in life.

Remember to put out your intentions for this lunar month within 24 hours of the New Moon.  The New Moon is exact at 7.46pm AEST.

We are moving into the eclipse period as we approach the lunar eclipse Full Moon (see below).  Be mindful of my usual warning around eclipses. Eclipses demand respect, so take care and don’t take any unnecessary risks in this period, especially in the two weeks leading into the eclipses.

 

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Solar Eclipse New Moon in Pisces

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Solar Eclipse New Moon in Pisces

Mon 27 Feb, exact at 00.58am Queensland time (AEST) (eclipse exact at 00.53am AEST) at 8 degrees Pisces (the previous day in Europe and the Americas). 

Full Moon in Virgo

Mon 13 March 2017, exact at 00.54am Queensland time (AEST) at 22 degrees Virgo (the previous day in Europe and the Americas)

Skywatching   Saturn rises in the pre-dawn sky in the east, while Jupiter is high above shining brightly. Venus the twinkling Evening Star is visible just below Mars the red planet, and will be seen close to the new Crescent Moon in the western sky just after sunset in the early part of this lunar month.

 

Solar Eclipse & Equinox

Old friends and lovers reappear … echoes of 8 years ago

The eclipse season continues with the energies still strong as we head towards this Solar Eclipse New Moon. Remember to take extra care right now!  And … think back to 8 years ago …. What was happening in your life then? You’re likely to be revisiting this as Venus turns retro this lunar month.

The eclipse season continues with a total (annular) Solar Eclipse New Moon in the very early morning of Mon 27 Feb (Sun 26 Feb in Europe and the Americas).  The eclipse will be visible across the southern part of Chile and Argentina, across the southern Atlantic, and over Angola, where at the time of total eclipse, you’ll see the ring of light surrounding the dark circle of the eclipse (annular means ‘ring’) – see the photo below.  This is because the Moon is further away from the Earth than usual and so doesn’t completely block out the Sun’s light.  Astrologically, it has the force of a total solar eclipse, intensifying the effects of the New Moon and bringing significant change into people’s lives – often sudden and unexpected changes, especially as this eclipse has the “expect the unexpected” signature of Mars and Uranus closely configured.

Eclipse annular

Falling in Pisces, this eclipsed New Moon signifies a renewed focus on spirituality and our sense of the divine.  Neptune, the ruler of Pisces, is close to this eclipsed New Moon, giving it a double dose of Piscean energy, increasing the sensitivity and spiritual longing typical of Pisces.  Pisces is a water sign, emotionally attuned, sensitive and strongly connected at a feeling level.  Imaginative and creative, it has a sense of divine homesickness, a longing to return to source and to merge into oneness.  This eclipsed New Moon offers an opportunity to begin a significant new cycle in our spirituality.

The double whammy of this eclipsed New Moon in Pisces reinforced by Neptune may also usher in a significant new cycle of compassion and the desire to help others, which is highly admirable.  Be careful that this doesn’t become an urge to rescue people though, especially with the South Node in Pisces close to this New Moon, as that disempowers people.  Pisces has a tendency towards self-sacrifice in the service of others, even to the point of martyrdom, so make sure you look after yourself first, otherwise you’ll be in no position to take care of others.

There is a fine line between helping others and rescuing them, overstepping boundaries which essentially need to be respected and strengthened.  We need to empower others, not rescue them.  One of the best ways to empower people is to respect them and give them the space to make their own decisions, providing the invitation for them to step into that place of self-responsibility and empowerment.

Wherever you have 8 degrees of Pisces in your chart is the area of your life that will be strongly affected by this solar eclipse – for example, if this eclipse falls in your 10th house, it signifies the beginning of a significant new cycle in your career or professional life, and quite probably sudden changes in that area too.

If your birthday falls close to this date (within a day either side), this is the beginning of a highly significant new cycle in your life, particularly with regard to your sense of identity and purpose.

This is a very potent time for manifesting because of the added impact of the total solar eclipse.  Set your New Moon intentions as close as possible to the eclipsed New Moon, or within the following 24 hours.  The eclipsed New Moon is exact at 00.58am AEST (just after midnight, the very early hours of Monday morning).

Remember, eclipses demand respect.  They signal times of sudden, unexpected change, so please be extra careful during the eclipse period (two weeks either side of the eclipse) and don’t take any unnecessary risks, especially in the days leading up to the eclipse.

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