Double-whammy New Moon in Pisces!

12Pisces glassNew Moon in Pisces  Thurs 7 March 2019, exact at 2.04am Queensland time (AEST) at 15 degrees Pisces (the previous day in Europe and the Americas)

Full Moon in Libra (Supermoon)  Thurs 21 March 2019, exact at 11.43am Queensland time (AEST) at 0 degrees Libra

Skywatching  Venus can be seen as a Morning Star in the east before sunrise, and even Mercury can be seen lower in the sky if you have a clear view of the eastern horizon. Saturn and Jupiter are almost overhead in the pre-dawn sky.  In the evening after sunset, the red planet Mars can be seen in the western sky.

 

Double-whammy New Moon in Pisces

Full Moon on the Equinox

… and Mercury’s retro …

 

Just a reminder that Mercury’s retro by the time of this New Moon!!!  Make sure your computers are backed up!  Two significant astrological events unfold THE DAY BEFORE this next New Moon: Mercury goes retrograde and Uranus moves into Taurus for the next 7 years, both on 6 March.  There’s plenty of info in last month’s newsletter and on my Facebook page on these …. I just want to bring them back to the forefront of your awareness!!! 🙂   

 

The New Moon falls in Pisces in the early hours of Thurs 7 March 2019 (the previous day in Europe and the Americas).  Neptune the modern ruler of Pisces is strongly configured with this New Moon, giving it a super-boost double whammy of Neptunian-Piscean energy.

In its positive manifestation, this New Moon signifies a renewed focus on spirituality and the desire to transcend our 3D reality. Pisces has a strong sense of divine homesickness, a longing to return to source and merge into oneness.  This New Moon is a great time to begin a new cycle of meditation and spiritual practices!

It’s also a wonderful time to begin a new cycle of creative pursuits, such as art, photography or music, essentially anything creative that takes you into that right-brain space of timelessness, a highly Neptunian experience!

When manifesting negatively however, Pisces (and its ruler Neptune) can bring illusion and deception, making us more gullible than usual, more prone to being deceived (and deceiving ourselves too!).  Be careful of falling under some kind of spell under the influence of this New Moon!!!  The Piscean urge to transcend reality can express negatively as escapism, any kind of escapism – which in its more extreme form can easily develop into addictive patterns of behaviour.

The New Moon in Pisces may also usher in a new cycle of compassion and the desire to help others. Just be careful that this doesn’t become an urge to rescue people, as you’ll disempower them in the process.  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’s a fine line between helping others and rescuing them, overstepping boundaries which essentially need to be respected and strengthened.  One of the best ways to empower people is to 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 15 degrees of Pisces in your chart is the area of your life that will be affected by this New Moon – for example, if it falls in your 10th house, this signifies the beginning of a 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 for you, especially with regard to your sense of identity and your purpose in life.

The New Moon is exact at 2.04am Queensland time (AEST).  Remember to set your New Moon intentions within 24 hours of the New Moon.

 

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Moon phases – Feb 2019

phases of the moonLunar Phases – Feb 2019

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New Moon – Chinese New Year: Tues 5 Feb 2019 at 7.04am AEST

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts.

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

 

First Quarter: Wed 13 Feb 2019 at 8.26am AEST

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 (Supermoon): Wed 20 Feb 2019 at 1.54am AEST

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

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

 

Last Quarter: Tues 26 Feb 2019 at 9.28pm AEST

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.

 

 

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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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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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 Star from 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 sign, sociable 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 – September 2018

phases of the moonLunar Phases – Sept 2018

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Last Quarter: Mon 3 Sept at 12.37pm

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: Mon 10 Sept at 4.01am

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: Mon 17 Sept at 9.15am

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: Tues 25 Sept at 12.52pm

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.

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

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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.

Surprising new departures – New Moon in Aries 2018

Radical new departures as the New Moon falls close to Uranus

New Moon in Aries: Mon 16 April 2018, exact at 11.57am Queensland time (AEST) at 26 degrees Aries

Full Moon in Scorpio: Mon 30 April 2018, exact at 10.58am Queensland time (AEST) (Sun 29 April in Europe and the Americas) at 9 degrees Scorpio 

Skywatching : Venus has now returned as the Evening Star, still quite low in the sky.  Jupiter rises in the east soon after Venus sets.  Mars and Saturn rise about 11pm and can be seen close together in the night sky. If you have a clear view of the eastern horizon, you’ll see Mercury just before sunrise as a Morning Star.

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There’s a lot of heavyweight stuff this lunar month – the New Moon falls close to Uranus, which can massively upset the status quo, Saturn and Pluto turn retro within days of each other signalling a very intense time, and Chiron moves into Aries changing our perceptions and understanding of everything associated with Aries and its ruler Mars, from war to sex, and bringing the potential for healing in these areas.  Not to mention of course that at the very beginning of next lunar month we have the huge transition of Uranus moving into Taurus … more on that next month!  So yes, the energies are huge right now, stay as conscious as you can!

I’ll be offline for a couple of weeks till the end of April while I attend a retreat on the magical isle of Iona.  So if you’re trying to reach me, please be patient!  I’ll get back to you as soon as I have good internet again.

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The New Moon in Aries on Mon 16 April brings the opportunity for a bold and exciting new start.  Aries’ natural approach to life is to take action, breaking new ground in a pioneering or even crusading venture, or taking up a cause that’s worth fighting for.  With Uranus closely configured with this New Moon, there’s added excitement, the thrill of something new, stimulating and perhaps even revolutionary in some way – certainly there are surprises in store and the potential to overturn some long-established ways of doing things.  Time for some radical new departures in your life!

As a Fire sign, Aries is full of enthusiasm and focused on the future.  Aries tends to act first and think later, hence its reputation for being impulsive, so take a moment to weigh your options before jumping in feet first!

If your birthday falls close to this date (within a day either side), this is the beginning of a significant new cycle in your life, particularly with regard to your sense of identity and purpose in life. The influence of Uranus means this is likely to be a time when you re-invent yourself (especially for birthdays 17-19 April), surprising those who have you known you for ages (and maybe surprising even yourself!). 

This New Moon falls at 26 degrees Aries.  If you have points in your birth chart close to this degree (within one degree) expect the part of your life associated with that planet (eg relationships for Venus) to begin a significant and exciting new cycle.

Whichever house this New Moon falls in, this is the part of your life where you can expect a bold and radical new departure to occur (eg in your professional life if it falls in your 10th). 

The New Moon is exact at 11.57am AEST.  Remember to put out your New Moon resolutions in the following 24 hrs. 

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