Occurring on May 18, this Taurus new Moon is a promising one, with lots of possibility. There are some very interesting aspects unfolding - Venus, the ruler of Taurus, will be opposing Pluto and squaring Uranus, leading to some issues in relationships, or, some resolutions.
posted 14 April, 2015 (Monday, 13 April, 2015) - Selacia
Prepare now for the April 18 New Moon, an energy window for creating a new beginning in your life and moving into an expanded level of higher consciousness. Do the simple process I recommend here so you can be resourced to benefit fully.
Under normal circumstances the synchronicity of the Equinox, a Solar Eclipse, and a Super New Moon occurring at the same time would be very powerful, but there is nothing normal about what is happening on Earth at this time. We are truly in uncharted waters.
Hello friends. It's also the Solar Eclipse, Spring (Fall) Equinox and Power Portal Report. A New Moon making contact with a Solar Eclipse is always a powerful play of opposites - endings and beginnings, sometimes in a dramatic fashion. It's important to remember the impacts of eclipses can felt for weeks and even MONTHS after the fact.
This new Moon in Pisces occurs on the 20th March. It is a major new Moon, the third Supermoon of the year, and, because of when it falls - smack on the Equinox - and the fact that it is a total solar eclipse, it may just be the biggest new Moon of 2015.
This total solar eclipse occurs at 9:47 a.m. GMT on 20th March in the final degree of the zodiac. An eclipse here speaks of completion on a grand scale. Things within reach that we failed to grasp disappear; opportunities postponed for a ‘better time’ dissolve; riches hoarded lose their worth.
This week we find ourselves at the end of a major astrological chapter, and at the beginning of a major new one. Since June 2012, Uranus has squared off with Pluto not once, but 7 times. Both these guys are transformation specialists.
You may be wondering what sign this New Moon is in and what’s a Black Moon? Answering the second question is easier than the first: a Black Moon is the second New Moon during the Sun’s journey through a single zodiac sign (known as a ‘solar month’).