Its a karmic Capricorn Day on Monday in Australia with Mercury moving towards a tense square to Chiron in Aries and the Sun approaching the Moon's South Node in Capricorn.
The Sagittarius New Moon which follows on November 27 is a perfect time to put out your affirmations for your new direction and journey ahead. It will culminate at 2.05 am (AEDT) at 4 degrees and 03 minutes of the sign, its 5th degree. The Sabian symbol for this is “An old owl sits alone on the branch of a large tree”, this speaks of translucidity or wisdom beyond tragedy.
The Aries Full Moon will fall on 14 October at 8.08 am, at 20 degrees and 13 minutes the 21st degree of Aries, with the Sun opposite in Libra. The Sabian Symbol for the Moon is “A pugilist enters the ring”.
The Sun conjunct Isis Libra New Moon this morning will be followed up by an asteroid party tonight, through to 2 pm on Monday afternoon! Lets celebrate! Isis brings magic, love and resurrection to all in her path, including a very special Libra lady having a significant birthday today! Happy Birthday Deborah Wallish James!
March is always the time of the “Two Fishes” but this year the emphasis will be strengthened even further by Mercury Stationing Retrograde at 29 degrees of the sign on March 6, the day before the Pisces New Moon.
The Scorpio Full Moon will just makes it into April, falling on the last day of the month, April 30 at 10.58 am (AEDT). The Moon will be at 09 degrees and 38 minutes, the 10th degree of Scorpio and the Sun opposite in Taurus.
Aries Full Moon in the morning after Venus the ruler of Libra and Mars the ruler of Aries, archetypes of the lovers, and feminine and masculine energy, come together exactly in 19 degrees of Virgo
The Libra Full Moon fell on 11 April, at 4.08 pm (AEST). The Moon was at 21 degrees and 32 minutes, the 22nd degree of Libra and the Sun opposite in Aries.
The way forward becomes clearer tomorrow, December 14, with the Gemini Full Moon, at 11.07 am, when the asteroid Achilles steps in between Saturn and the Sun giving us courage to fight our way through the issues that may have seemed a bit overwhelming in the previous few days.
The Taurus Full Moon will fall on 15 November, at 0.53 am (AEDT). Once again, this is a Super Moon, the third of four in a row. These are times in the ellipse formed by the Moon’s orbit, when she is her closest to the Earth. In actual fact she won’t return to this closeness