Lunar phases April 2020

phases of the moonLunar Phases – April 2020

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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Skywatching  Four planets are visible in the early morning sky at present: Mars the red planet is high in the eastern sky before sunrise, with Jupiter and Saturn either side of Mars, Jupiter the higher of the two.  Mercury is visible low on the eastern horizon shortly before sunrise. At night, Venus can be seen as the Evening Star twinkling in the western sky after sunset.

 

First Quarter:  Wed 1 April 2020 at 8.21pm AEST at 12 Cancer

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.

 

Supermoon Full Moon:  Wed 8 April 2020 at 12.34pm AEST at 18 Libra

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

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

 

Last Quarter:  Wed 15 April 2020 at 8.56am AEST at 25 Capricorn

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:  Thurs 23 April 2020 at 12.25pm AEST at 3 Taurus

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.

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Third SuperMoon Full Moon – just before Easter

The Full Moon falls in Libra this lunar month, the third SuperMoon in the consecutive sequence of four SuperMoons this year, intensifying the energies and heightening our emotional responses at these Full Moons – these Supermoons are no doubt increasing people’s panic response to the COVID-19 situation too.

SuperMoons are associated with extreme weather patterns, like the storms and flooding we had with the last two SuperMoons, so it doesn’t look like the extreme nature of weather events is likely to go away anytime soon.

In a SuperMoon, the Moon is closer to the Earth than usual, so the Full Moon appears larger in the sky, causing tides to be higher, and intensifying all the things you normally associate with a Full Moon, such as feelings running high.

Full Moons tend to bring situations to a head, and this is intensified by the SuperMoon – heads up police, emergency services and hospital workers!

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The SuperMoon Full Moon in Libra gives us an opportunity to bring our lives into balance, the cosmic invitation extended by the Equinox last month.  It highlights our need to relate to others, yet it also emphasizes the need to find a balance between the needs of the self and the needs of the other, between the need for independence and the need for compromise.  These needs are of course intensified by the SuperMoon.  This Supermoon Full Moon in Libra strongly reinforces the theme of the Equinox, the need to find balance in our lives.

The Full Moon falls at 18 degrees Libra, so check the houses of your chart to see which part of your life is under the spotlight. The Full Moon is exact at 12.34pm Queensland time (AEST) on Wed 8 April 2020.  If you’re planning Full Moon ceremony, the best time will be the previous evening while the energies are still building.

Easter Sunday this year falls on 12 April.  ‘What’s this got to do with Astrology?’ I hear you ask … Well, not many people realize but the date of Easter is determined astrologically, by the Moon and the Equinox.  Easter Sunday is set as the first Sunday after the first Full Moon following the Equinox.  This is why the date of Easter changes each year, sometimes falling at the end of March and sometimes much later in April.  Astrology is present in our everyday lives much more than most people realize!

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Living in extraordinary times: Jupiter-Pluto conjunction

What extraordinary times we’re living in!  The intense lockdowns (however necessary) are one manifestation of the Saturn-Pluto conjunction that occurred at the start of this year, now bringing in this new era of authoritarian control. This exercise of extreme power by governments world-wide is likely to continue throughout 2020 with the Jupiter-Pluto conjunctions we’ll be experiencing three times, starting this lunar month.  The Astrology of the pandemic is absolutely fascinating and I’ve shared some in-depth analyses on my Chirone Shakti-Stargazer Astrology Facebook page, so head over there if you want to find out more! 

From a metaphysical point of view, I feel this will be a really significant turning point for the world – people and Mother Earth herself.  Fewer flights, less pollution as the factories close, they say people in China are breathing clean air and hearing bird song for the first time in a very long time.  Finally we are taking drastic measures to reduce climate change, albeit inadvertently! – we’re giving Mother Earth a break and a chance to heal.  Local community spirit is re-emerging as communities in lockdown in Europe sing and play music from their balconies, and many people are rediscovering the joys of growing their own food or finding they now have time, away from the mad rush of contemporary life, to take up creative pursuits.  It’s an opportunity for us to discover what our core values really are, and to break our dependence on the rampant consumerism that characterizes our lives (another manifestation of Uranus in Taurus).

 

Following on from the heavy energy of the authoritarian Saturn-Pluto conjunction in January of this year, extending the theme into extreme uses of power as I mentioned above, we have the Jupiter-Pluto conjunctions occurring three times this year in April, June and November.

Jupiter expands whatever it touches, and here it is configured with Pluto, god of the Underworld, signifying power – often hidden power – in both its light and dark forms: misuse and abuse of power when manifesting negatively, and empowerment in its positive form.

Jupiter is associated with belief systems, so we can expect the power of belief systems to be a big player in events unfolding this year, and maybe massive transformation for us all.  This is interesting in the context of COVID-19 where for example, we have the belief system of the establishment (and any covert players like big pharma) being in a very strong position of control.  The potential though, with Pluto present, is for the complete breakdown of the old belief system – and its subsequent transformation.

The first of these Jupiter-Pluto conjunctions falls on Sun 5 April at 24 Capricorn, just two degrees away from the Saturn-Pluto conjunction of 13 Jan (AEST).

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I do a lot of my client work online already, and now I’m taking all my work online – my Astrology classes and all my client work, Astrology and Holistic Therapy sessions – in response to the restrictions we’re all facing.  So if you feel in need of some guidance in these challenging times, know that I’m here and available for sessions as usual.  It’s important that we all stay safe and well.  Enjoy the slowing down!!!

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New Moon in Aries 2020 – New healing cycle starting

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New Moon in Aries  Tues 24 March 2020, exact at 7.28pm Queensland time (AEST) at 4 degrees Aries

 Supermoon Full Moon in Libra  Wed 8 April 2020, exact at 12.34pm Queensland time (AEST) at 18 degrees Libra

Skywatching  Four planets are visible in the early morning sky at present: Mars the red planet is high in the eastern sky before sunrise, with Jupiter and Saturn either side of Mars, Jupiter the higher of the two.  Mercury is visible low on the eastern horizon shortly before sunrise.

At night, Venus can be seen as the Evening Star twinkling in the western sky after sunset.

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What extraordinary times we’re living in!  The intense lockdowns (however necessary) are one manifestation of the Saturn-Pluto conjunction that occurred at the start of this year, now bringing in this new era of authoritarian control. This exercise of extreme power by governments world-wide is likely to continue throughout 2020 with the Jupiter-Pluto conjunctions we’ll be experiencing three times, starting this lunar month.  The Astrology of the pandemic is absolutely fascinating and I’ve shared some in-depth analyses on my Chirone Shakti-Stargazer Astrology Facebook page, so head over there if you want to find out more!

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The New Moon on Tues 24 March falls in Aries, bringing 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. 

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!

In its positive manifestation, Aries is pioneering, boldly going where no–one has gone before, carving out a new, independent path and leading the way.  Aries tends to be fearless, the kind of leader who says “Follow me!” as they race ahead.  They’re also naturally competitive and like to be first. 

When manifesting negatively however, Aries can be impatient, impulsive and aggressive, often with a quick temper.  Mars, the ruler of Aries, was after all the god of War.  Aries can also be very direct, hence its reputation for foot-in-mouth bluntness.

This New Moon is closely configured with Chiron, the archetype of the Wounded Healer, suggesting that this New Moon represents the beginning of a new cycle in our healing journey.  This gives an interesting added dimension to the COVID-19 pandemic that is currently escalating so rapidly, and maybe this will mark the beginning of a new phase in some way, perhaps signalling a new pioneering treatment for the COVID-19 virus.  The placement in Aries could also indicate a new cycle in dealing with toxic masculinity, after all the #MeToo revelations and the recent sentencing of Harvey Weinstein. Keep an eye on the news to see how this may play out!

Crisis chineseThe New Moon with Chiron is also an opportunity for Mother Earth to heal – just witness satellite photos of clean air in China, and fish and even dolphins returning to the now-clear waters of Venice canals.  I’ve already written about a crisis representing both danger and opportunity – if you’ve missed that blog it’s here.

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 Chiron means that this could be a significant new cycle in your own healing, or perhaps you’re at the stage where you can now bring healing into your work in some way.

This New Moon falls at 4 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 new cycle. 

Wherever you have 4 degrees of Aries 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.

The New Moon is exact at 7.28pm  AEST.  Remember to set your New Moon intentions in the following 24 hrs. 

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A note to all you stargazers out there – the day of this New Moon Tues 24 March is a fantastic opportunity to see Mercury and Venus (and a few days either side will be good too).  You’ll be able to see Mercury as a Morning Star in the east just before sunrise, quite low on the horizon, and Venus as an Evening Star in the west just after sunset, about 45 degrees from the horizon.  And then a few days after New Moon, you’ll see the Moon as a slim crescent close to Venus in the early evening sky, a truly beautiful sight – they’ll be closest on Sat 28 March.

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Crisis – The Equinox and Saturn moving into Aquarius

Crisis – The Equinox and Saturn moving into Aquarius

 

 Crisis chineseRemember the Chinese character for crisis?  It means “danger with opportunity”.  And yes, certainly this is a time of danger, but it’s also a time of opportunity as we take a collective breath and re-evaluate our priorities, our values, and the kind of life we want to life.

 

The Equinox is a point of balance in the passage of the seasons, and right now the Universe is giving us a stronger than usual opportunity to re-balance our lives.  The Equinox falls on Fri 20 March (AEST) as the Sun moves out of dreamy Pisces and into action-oriented Aries.

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The Equinox marks the change of the seasons, the time of year when day and night are of equal length (equi-nox is Latin for ‘equal night’ ) and the seasons come to a point of balance.

In this new slowed-down reality, the Equinox is a perfect time for you to explore what might be out of balance in your own life and find a way to restore that balance, whether it’s in your relationships, your work-family life, or any other aspect of your life.  This can be a time of discovery, part of the collective shift that is starting to unfold.  The Equinox is exact at 1.49pm Queensland time (AEST), the previous day in the Americas.

Saturn moves into Aquarius on Sun 22 March (AEST), although it will only be briefly in this sign till 2 July when it heads back into Capricorn to finish its work there.  It will finally go into Aquarius for the next 2½ years at the end of this year on 17 Dec.

With Saturn starting to move through Aquarius, we’re likely to see regulation (or attempted regulation) towards people’s desires to do things differently at a collective level.  Aquarius is the sign of the collective, and it’s heartening to see how communities are responding during this time of crisis.  Positively, Saturn could bring structure and discipline into these areas, as people step up and take responsibility at the level of their communities, or perhaps use traditional wisdom as we fall back into more tried and tested ways of coping with extraordinary times – I loved Russell Brand’s comments about the wisdom of the Tao and how applicable it is to these times (I’ll share his post on my Chirone Shakti-Stargazer Astrology Facebook page so you can access it easily).

Negatively of course Saturn could seek to repress and impose restrictions, maybe even try to limit how we come together to tackle this crisis, because I have a feeling that people power will grow as people realize that yes, we can change the world, we can reduce emissions and climate change, these things are not as impossible as we thought – they’ve actually been forced upon us by this pandemic!  Universal basic income no longer looks so impossible, people are rediscovering the joys of having your own veggie plot.

Next year 2021 will be interesting because that’s when Saturn will be seriously challenged by its square to freedom-loving Uranus, so any authoritarian measures imposed now are not likely to last long.

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SuperMoon Full Moon in Virgo 2020

supermoonSuperMoon Full Moon in Virgo:  Tues 10 March 2020, exact at 3.47am Queensland time (AEST) at 19 degrees Virgo (the previous day in Europe & the Americas)

 

The Full Moon in Virgo this lunar month is another SuperMoon, the second in the consecutive sequence of four SuperMoons this year, intensifying the energies and heightening our emotional responses at these Full Moons.  SuperMoons are associated with extreme weather patterns, like all the storms and flooding we had with last month’s SuperMoon, so it doesn’t look like the extreme nature of the weather events we’re currently experiencing is likely to go away anytime soon.  In a SuperMoon, the Moon is closer to the Earth than usual, so the Full Moon appears larger in the sky, causing tides to be higher, and intensifying all the things you normally associate with a Full Moon, like feelings running high.  Full Moons tend to bring situations to a head, and this will be intensified by the SuperMoon – heads up police, emergency services and hospital workers!

The Full Moon falls in the early hours of Tues 10 March in Australia (the previous day in Europe and the Americas). The Full Moon in Virgo brings into focus our need for order and purity. Virgo is a very analytical sign, and as an Earth sign it is analytical in a practical way, trying to improve situations (and even people!) in its search for perfection.  The Virgo Full Moon highlights the need for balance between the grounded, practical attention to detail of Virgo, and the holistic vision of Pisces, and this will be intensified by the SuperMoon. The Full Moon is exact at 3.47am Queensland time (AEST), so the best night to celebrate the Full Moon will be the previous evening.  Check your birth chart to see which house is under the spotlight at 19 degrees Virgo.

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New Moon in Pisces 2020

New Moon in Pisces 2020

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New Moon in Pisces   Mon 24 Feb 2020, exact at 1.31am Queensland time (AEST) at 4 degrees Pisces (the previous day in Europe & the Americas)

Supermoon Full Moon in Virgo   Tues 10 March 2020, exact at 3.47am Queensland time (AEST) at 19 degrees Virgo (the previous day in Europe & the Americas)

 

Skywatching   Three planets are visible in the early morning sky at present: Mars the red planet is high in the eastern sky before sunrise, with Jupiter and Saturn both bright below Mars.  As we move towards the Full Moon, Mercury will be visible low in the early morning sky just before sunrise.  Venus can be seen as the Evening Star twinkling in the western sky after sunset. 

 

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I don’t know if you’ve been feeling it as much as I have, but this Mercury retro period has been making life quite frustrating for me (and a number of my friends) for the last few weeks even before it went retrograde on Monday 17 Feb!  It’s mainly been computer problems for me (sigh!) and clients re-arranging appointments, while friends went to catch what turned out to be a non-existent flight (!) then luckily were put onto the next flight – and upgraded too, so it’s not all bad!!!  The beauty of understanding the Astrology of all this is that it stops you frying … you see the cosmic joke, and often end up giggling like a loony! One of my favourite Mercury retro stories (I’ve got a few J ) was from a friend who had some computer issues, rang the techy guy who said “Well it’s Mercury retro now so there’s no point me trying to fix it yet – I’ll come over next week when it’s gone direct again”.  Good to see Astro-Enlightenment is spreading!!!

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The New Moon falls in Pisces in the very early hours of Mon 24 Feb 2020 AEST (the previous day in Europe and the Americas).

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 (through 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 4 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 1.31am Queensland time (AEST).  Remember to set your New Moon intentions within 24 hours of the New Moon.

 

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Supermoon Full Moon in Leo – first of four supermoons

supermoon Full Moon in Leo on Sun 9 Feb is the first of four consecutive Supermoons this year, appearing much larger and brighter in the sky than usual.  A Full Moon Supermoon occurs when the Full Moon coincides with the Moon’s closest point to the Earth in her monthly orbit, making the Full Moon appear much bigger in the night sky.  The effects we normally associate with the Full Moon are really heightened by the Supermoon, so we’re likely to experience a much higher emotional charge, tense situations reaching a climax, higher tides than usual and lots of extreme weather events at this time.

 

The Full Moon in Leo highlights our need for balance between the focus on oneself, the whole cultural “cult of the individual” approach that tends to be very self-absorbed, and a focus on one’s community, the collective experience where there’s a strong sense of equality and connection.   The Full Moon in Leo is an excellent time for partying or simply going out and enjoying yourself, maybe even simply treating yourself to something special, so celebrate in whatever way feels right for you.  The Full Moon is exact at 5.33pm AEST at 20 degrees of Leo and all these effects will be heightened by the fact that it’s a Supermoon.

 

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Lunar Phases – Feb 2020

phases of the moonLunar Phases – Feb 2020

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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First Quarter: Sun 2 Feb 2020 at 11.42am at 12 Taurus

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: Sun 9 Feb 2020 at 5.33pm at 20 Leo

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.

 

Last Quarter: Sun 16 Feb 2020 at 8.17am at 26 Scorpio

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 24 Feb 2020 at 1.31am at 4 Pisces

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.

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New Moon in Aquarius 2020 – Happy Chinese New Year!

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New Moon in Aquarius   Sat 25 Jan 2020, exact at 7.41am Queensland time (AEST) at 4 degrees Aquarius (the previous day in Europe & the Americas)

Full Moon in Leo   Sun 9 Feb 2020, exact at 5.33pm Queensland time (AEST) at 20 degrees Leo

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Skywatching   Venus can be seen as the Evening Star twinkling in the western sky after sunset.  If you have a clear view of the western horizon, you’ll also be able to see Mercury low in the western sky just after sunset, especially from the beginning of Feb for a few weeks.  Mars is a reddish Morning Star in the east before sunrise, quite high now, with Jupiter and Saturn below Mars.

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The New Moon in Aquarius on Sat 25 Jan is an opportunity to begin a new cycle in authenticity.  To what extent are you really being true to yourself?  Do you feel free to be 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.

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!

The New Moon is exact at 7.04am Queensland time (AEST) which means it will fall the previous day in Europe and the Americas.  Remember to set your New Moon intentions within 24 hours of the New Moon.

If your birthday is 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.

Wherever you have 4 degrees of Aquarius in your birth chart indicates the area of life that will be most affected by this New Moon – for example, if this New Moon falls in your 10th house, this signifies the beginning of a new cycle in your career or professional life.

This 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 Metal Rat.

 

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