A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon is full and its light is blocked by the earth’s shadow. Traditionally a time of fruition and harvest, an eclipsed full moon heralds instead hidden fruits and obscured results. Nothing is quite as it seems.
posted 10 May, 2017 (Monday, 8 May, 2017) - Lynda Hill
May's Scorpio full Moon falls on May 10 in the US and May 11 in Australia. It's a pretty full-on full Moon energy-wise, and, we are likely to see all kinds of events, political, social and otherwise, from it.
This month's Full Moon on November 14th is a Supermoon, meaning it's super close to Earth. There's a lot of buzz around this one, which is being called an "Extra Super Supermoon" because it's the closest Supermoon to Earth since 1948!
This full Moon feels like a culmination of energies, alright, we can feel like we are in some kind of weird moment - perhaps we'll wake up from it and be perfectly fine - perhaps everything is going to hell in a hand-basket. It's hard to tell.
The second half of October is characterised by dynamic, forthright energy which requires careful handling. As always, it’s our choice how we use it, but if we allow it to dictate the shape of things to come we may become embroiled in some unpleasant situations best avoided.
The Aries full Moon occurs on October 16, and, it's a big one with Uranus and Eris smack up against it. It's the last full Moon before the US presidential elections, and, all sorts of interesting, new, intense, alarming, shocking, irritating, provoking, etc, things are likely to pop up.
We are headed into a powerful doorway of opportunity at Saturday's Full Moon. The energy is supportive of new beginnings and important personal breakthroughs. In this article, I provide background and a simple process to do now in preparation.