Hello friends. The energies have certainly been interesting lately. As we often have several planets in water signs in July, with this new moon we will have 7 (Sun, Moon, Mars, Venus, Mercury, Neptune and Chiron.) That’s a lot of depth!
posted 6 May, 2016 (Thursday, 5 May, 2016) - Lynda Hill
The Taurus new Moon is a very interesting new Moon, and, it's likely to be a very powerful one. For a start, there is so much earth energy in amongst it all, and, Pluto is almost exactly in a powerful trine aspect with it (= in a trine aspect with the Sun and the Moon).
Welcome to the powerful “reboot” that is the Aries New Moon of April. If your “I AM” presence and confidence are not feeling so solid or seaworthy due to the unsettling eclipse month of March, this is an excellent chance to get back on track.
posted 6 April, 2016 (Monday, 4 April, 2016) - Lynda Hill
The Aries new Moon in March is a particularly interesting one as it is in a very close conjunct with Uranus. Occurring on April 7, it can bring about breakthroughs in decisions, understanding, events, etc, and we may find some rather surprising events along the way.
This eclipse may stir up the past just when we thought it was all done and dusted, reminding us that our psyche lives not in linear time but on a different plane where decades ago can be right now, memories become real, the future becomes the present and what once we knew as truth is simultaneously the greatest lie.
The gifts of Vision and Revelation come to you this month. For many it will be insight regarding your most intimate relationships, for all it will be revelation regarding the relationship of opposites within you, in relationship to others and your harmonious relationship with the polarities in your world.
January's Capricorn new Moon occurs on the evening of the 9th in the United States and on the 10th in Australia. This is a very powerful new Moon and one that will have many ramifications - some great, some not-so-great (as always).
I am a little later than usual with this new Moon posting. Please do remember that the effects of the new Moon last into the future - it's not all over with a bang the minute the new Moon (or the full Moon for that matter) occurs.