SuperMoon Full Moon in Capricorn 2021

SuperMoonThe Full Moon in Capricorn on Fri 25 June AEST brings the current eclipse season to a close.

This Full Moon in Capricorn is the last of three consecutive SuperMoons this year, appearing larger and brighter in the sky than the usual Full Moon, and having a stronger effect on our emotions and the tides.

A SuperMoon Full Moon 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 feelings running high, a stronger-than-usual emotional charge and tense situations reaching a climax.  SuperMoons are also associated with higher tides than usual, and extreme weather patterns like storms and flooding.  Full Moons tend to bring situations to a head, and this is intensified by the SuperMoon – heads up police, emergency services and hospital workers!

mountain goatThe Full Moon in Capricorn highlights the work we do in the world, our ambitions in life and our willingness to take personal responsibility for how our lives unfold.  This Full Moon also brings into focus the difference between our public and private lives, inviting us to find a balance between the two opposing polarities of work and home.  The spotlight may be on your career or business life, but it’s important to find that balance with your home life.  If there is something you have been working towards for a while, this Full Moon is likely to bring things to fruition, with a strong sense of achievement.

The Full Moon is exact on Fri 25 June 2021, exact at 4.39am Queensland time (AEST) at 3 degrees of Capricorn (the previous evening in Europe and the Americas).  The best time for ceremony or celebrations in Australia will be the previous night while the energy is still building.

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SuperMoon Blood Moon – Total Lunar Eclipse in Sag 2021

Blood Moon, total lunar eclipse

The Full Moon in Sagittarius on Wed 26 May is a Total Lunar Eclipse, a Blood Moon that will be visible in Australia (see timings below).  And as if that wasn’t intense enough, it’s also a SuperMoon, intensifying the energies even further!!!

This eclipsed Full Moon in Sag is the second of three consecutive Supermoons this year, appearing larger and brighter in the sky than the usual Full Moon.  A Supermoon Full Moon 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 feelings running high, a stronger-than-usual emotional charge and tense situations reaching a climax.  SuperMoons are also associated with higher tides than usual, and extreme weather patterns like storms and flooding.  Full Moons tend to bring situations to a head, and this is intensified by the SuperMoon – heads up police, emergency services and hospital workers!

Sagittarius, the archer

Sagittarius is eternally buoyant and optimistic, driven by the need to find meaning in life, if not THE meaning of life. The eclipsed Full Moon in Sagittarius invites us to find a balance between this enthusiastic search for truth and the need to approach an issue rationally, collecting information first rather than acting impulsively.  Sagittarius is famous for leaping into situations, all fired up, ready to fight for a cause or go on a quest, without stopping to check the facts first – and then in its enthusiasm and thirst for adventure, it doesn’t know when (or sometimes even how) to stop and rein in the energy – it’s what gives Sagittarius its OTT reputation, ie being completely Over The Top!  So use the energies of this eclipsed Full Moon to find that balance in your life.  Remember these issues will be intensified by the eclipse and the SuperMoon.

The Total Lunar Eclipse Full Moon in Sagittarius is also likely to bring issues of trust to the fore, intensified by the eclipse.

The eclipsed Full Moon falls at 5 degrees Sagittarius, so check your chart to see which part of your life is under its spotlight!

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The Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse is exact at 9.19pm Queensland time (AEST), and the Blood Moon itself will be visible for about 15 minutes in total, starting 9.11pm.  The rest of the time (for a couple of hours either side, starting 6.47pm and ending at 11.49 pm) you’ll see the Full Moon increasingly eclipsed, like watching the Moon go through its phases – and then slowly recovering its fullness after the intense redness of the Blood Moon.  The total eclipse time is 5 hours 2 mins.
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Lunar Phases & Moon Planting Guide – May 2021

🌟 Lunar Phases & Moon Planting Guide – May 2021 ☘️🍃🌟

 

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We have a very intense month coming up with the ECLIPSE SEASON starting and a SUPERMOON BLOOD MOON visible in Australia later this month.  Stay present and be especially mindful throughout this month! 🌟

 

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

                                   

Last Quarter:  Tues 4 May at 5.50am AEST at 13 Aquarius

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: Wed 12 May 2021 at 4.59am AEST at 21 Taurus

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts.  The eclipse season starts now as we enter the two-week lead-in to the lunar eclipse.

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

 

First Quarter: Thurs 20 May at 5.12am AEST at 29 Leo

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.

 

BLOOD MOON Total Lunar Eclipse Full Moon (SuperMoon): Wed 26 May 2021 at 9.14pm AEST at 5 Sagittarius – visible in Australia (eclipse exact at 9.19pm – total eclipse visible for about 15 mins)

A very intense time with the eclipse and the SuperMoon, high emotions and events come to a head.

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

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SuperMoon Full Moon in Scorpio 2021

SuperMoon Full Moon in Scorpio
Secrets come to light

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We’re moving into SuperMoon season now – the next three Full Moons will be SuperMoons, appearing larger and brighter in the sky and having a stronger pull on the tides and our emotions! 

 

The Full Moon in Scorpio on Tues 27 April is the first of three consecutive SuperMoons this year, appearing larger and brighter in the sky than the usual Full Moon.

A SuperMoon Full Moon 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 feelings running high, a stronger-than-usual emotional charge and tense situations reaching a climax.

SuperMoons are also associated with higher tides than usual, and extreme weather patterns like storms and flooding.  Full Moons tend to bring situations to a head, and this is intensified by the SuperMoon – heads up police, emergency services and hospital workers!

The SuperMoon Full Moon in Scorpio is likely to be a very emotional time when deep and passionate feelings are revealed. This Scorpio Full Moon brings a strong possibility of secret or intensely private matters coming to light, possibly with a sexual content or maybe concerning financial matters (or even both!).  Remember these issues will be intensified by the SuperMoon.  Check your chart to see which house is under the spotlight!

The Full Moon is at 7 degrees Scorpio and is exact at 1.31pm AEST.  The best evening for Full Moon celebrations and ceremony will be the previous day Monday 26 April while the energy is still building.

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Full Moon in Libra 2021 – the Lenten Moon

The Full Moon in Libra gives us an opportunity to bring our lives into balance, the cosmic invitation extended by the Equinox just nine days earlier.

This Full Moon in Libra 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.  The Full Moon in Libra strongly reinforces the theme of the Equinox, the need to find balance in our lives.

The Full Moon falls at 8 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 4.48am Queensland time (AEST) on Mon 29 March 2021 (the previous day in Europe and the Americas).  If you’re planning Full Moon ceremony, the best time will be the previous evening while the energies are still building.

This Full Moon is known as the Lenten Moon’ as it is the Full Moon before Easter.

Easter Sunday this year falls on 4 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 (the ‘Lenten 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.

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Full Moon in Virgo 2021

The Full Moon in Virgo on Sat 27 Feb brings into focus our need for order and purity, with issues of health and hygiene really likely to come to the fore.

Issues concerning the pandemic will probably reach a peak at this time.  This could go either way, and that will depend on each country and the measures they’ve taken.  This Full Moon is likely to see either the lockdown and quarantine measures pay off big time, or (in other situations) the pandemic may spiral out of control.

Part of the energy of this Full Moon is that our need for connection (Venus in Pisces) is completely at odds with our need to keep the situation contained and sterile (Full Moon in Virgo).  It’s a tough balancing act and we need to find ways to integrate this polarity.

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.

Virgo is great at the details, yet often loses sight of the overall picture, a quality associated with its opposite sign Pisces.

The Virgo Full Moon asks us to balance the microcosmic attention to detail of Virgo with the macrocosmic holistic vision of Pisces.

The ideal outcome here is to integrate a practical level of detail with the overarching vision of the way forward where the level of connection people are desiring is not only possible but also achievable.  Hold the vision, yet stay grounded in the practical details too!

The Full Moon is exact at 6.17pm AEST.  Check your birth chart to see which house is under the spotlight at 8 degrees Virgo.

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Full Moon in Leo 2021

Full Moon in Leo 2021

 

Full Moon: Fri 29 Jan 2021, exact at 5.16am Queensland time (AEST) at 9 degrees Leo (so the best time for ceremony is the previous evening)

 

The Full Moon in Leo on Fri 29 Jan 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.

Leo’s a Fire sign, so this is time to have some fun!  As Jupiter forms part of the planetary picture of this Full Moon,  there will be a natural exuberance with this Full Moon – just be careful you don’t overdo things!

This Full Moon is exact at 5.16am Queensland time (AEST), so the best time for Full Moon ceremony or celebrations will be the previous evening.

Check your birth chart to see which house is under the spotlight at 9 degrees Leo – events in this area of your life are likely to come to fruition (or come to a head!) at this time.

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Full Moon in Cancer 2020

Full Moon in Cancer 2020

 

Full Moon

Full Moon in Cancer  – Wed 30 Dec 2020 at 1.28pm Queensland time (AEST) 

 

The Full Moon in Cancer on Wed 30 Dec 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 heal, 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 falls at 8 degrees Cancer – use your birth chart to find which part of your life is under the spotlight right now.

The Full Moon is exact at 1.28pm AEST, so the previous evening is the best night for Full Moon celebrations!!!

 

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Lunar Eclipse Full Moon in Gemini

Remember that we’re in eclipse season now, in the lead-up to the first of the two eclipses coming soon.  Take extra care at this time!

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penumbral lunar eclipse

The Full Moon in Gemini on Mon 30 Nov 2020 is a penumbral (half-shadow) lunar eclipse, intensifying the energy of this Full Moon.

A Gemini Full Moon invites us to find a balance between logic and intuitive knowing, between the cold hard facts and what we believe to be true (which seems very relevant to the way the US election has played out!).

This eclipsed Full Moon invites us to integrate both polarities, yet also warns us of being too gullible.

Full Moons tend to bring situations to a head and the lunar eclipse will intensify that.

Meanwhile Venus opposite Uranus in the eclipsed Full Moon chart indicates that the “situations coming to a head” could involve surprises or upsets connected with relationships, friendships or alliances, possibly more secrets revealed!  Stay tuned!

On a personal note, check your birth chart to see which house is under the Full Moon spotlight at 8 degrees Gemini as this is the area of life where matters may well come to fruition or be revealed.

This eclipsed Full Moon is exact at 7.29pm Queensland time (AEST).
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“Blue Moon” on Hallowe’en?

“Blue Moon” on Hallowe’en?

– Is this a true Blue Moon?

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pumpkin lantern 1In the Celtic Calendar, Sat 31 Oct is the festival of Samhain or Hallowe’en, the night before All Saints’ Day (ie All Hallows’ Eve), when the spirits of the dead are said to be around and the veils between the worlds are at their thinnest.  It’s one of the old “quarter days”, falling half-way between the Autumn Equinox and Midwinter Solstice in the Northern hemisphere, and marks the beginning of Winter.  Hallowe’en is traditionally celebrated by bonfires, pumpkin lanterns and wearing costumes to disguise oneself from the spirits flying around.  I remember going to Hallowe’en parties as a youngster carrying garlic in my pockets to ward off the nasty spirits!

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In the Southern hemisphere, the seasons are reversed, so this is the Celtic festival of Beltane, celebrated with flowers in full bloom marking the beginning of Summer.  Beltane is traditionally celebrated by dancing round the maypole, well-dressing (decorating village wells with flowers), Morris dancers and other forms of fertility celebrations, including crowning a maiden Queen of the May.

You’ll see a lot in the media about a “Blue Moon on Hallowe’en” … so OK, let’s look at this.  We have a Full Moon in Taurus on the evening of Hallowe’en/Beltane – though technically here in Queensland, it‘s not exact till the wee hours of the following day, just after midnight on Sun 1 Nov 2020.

**Is this Full Moon a true BLUE MOON?**

This phrase “Blue Moon” gets bandied about in the media whenever there are two Full Moons in a calendar month, claiming that the second one is a Blue Moon. That’s the popular definition, and it’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.  For this to happen, the first Full Moon has to fall at zero or one degree and the second one at 28 or 29 degrees of the same sign, which is not happening here.   The last true Blue Moon was last year, the second Full Moon in Libra on Fri 19 April 2019.  This fell at 29 degrees of Libra, after the first Full Moon in Libra had been the previous month 21 March 2019 at zero degrees of Libra (yes right on the Equinox!).  So they weren’t in the same calendar month, but they were in the same zodiac sign.

It’s a very potent Full Moon, with an exact contact to Uranus which is likely to bring some surprises – if not some upsets – to the scene.  Not a great time to be having the Queensland elections!  Even the US elections are pretty close to this date, and will be beset by Mercury stationing to go direct.  Remember George W Bush’s first election, that went to recount after recount and eventually had to go to the Supreme Court for a final decision?  That election was on a Mercury stationary day!  For more astro lowdown on the US election, see my blog on Mercury retro.

The Full Moon in Taurus brings into focus your ability to be sensuous and grounded and is an excellent time to indulge the senses and pamper the body.  This Full Moon invites us to find a balance between the physical sensuality of Taurus and the emotional depth of Scorpio. The Full Moon falls at 8 degrees Taurus, so wherever this point falls in your chart, this is the area of your life that will be under the spotlight now, bringing matters to a head or to resolution, probably with some surprises thrown in too!

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