The Libra Pink Full Moon falling on 8 April, at 12.34 pm (AEST), will be this year’s closest “Super Moon”, so huge in your mind symbolically, if you are able to be outside to view her.
The Leo Full Moon in 2020 will fall on February 9 at 6.33 pm, when the Moon will be at exactly 20 degrees and 0 minutes of Leo, its 21st degree.
Uber-powerful Virgo New Moon tomorrow tonight 30 August at 8.37 pm (AEST), the Sun and Moon will be at 6 degrees and 46 minutes for the Virgo New Moon, so in its 7th degree
The Leo New Moon will occur at 1.11 pm at 8 degrees and 36 minutes of Leo in it’s 9th degree.
Mercury Retrograde in Leo this time! Mercury and Mars have been closely connected in the sky since June 10 after both behaving somewhat erratically
February 2018 begins with an early Full Moon in Leo which appropriately for the King of the Beasts has triple billing! To start with it is a Total Lunar Eclipse which will be visible here in Melbourne
The Virgo Full Moon will fall on 13 March, at 1.53 am (AEDT). The Moon will be at 22 degrees and 13 minutes, the 23rd degree of Virgo
The Aquarius New Moon ushers in the Chinese New Year of the Rooster on January 28 at 11.08 am (AEDT) at 8 degrees and 15 minutes of Aquarius. The Sabian symbol for 9 degrees of Aquarius is “A flag is seen turning into an eagle”.
The Cancer Full Moon falls on 12 January, at 10.35 pm (AEDT), the Moon will be at 22 degrees and 27 minutes, the 23rd degree of Cancer and the Sun opposite in Capricorn. The Sabian Symbol for the Moon, at 23 degrees of Cancer, is described as: “The meeting of a literary society”.
The Sun conjunct Saturn Trine Uranus Sextile Jupiter is a continuation of my previous blog on "Angel Wings". However now Mars is moving out of connection to that aspect pattern, at the same time as the Sun merges energy with Saturn, exact around 10 pm on December 10 (AEDT). It is time to take action on the reflective work that we undertook in the last couple of days through the power generated by our Sol.