February's new Moon is a partial solar eclipse. Occurring on February 15, it will not be visible to most of the planet. It will be visible in southern South America, including many locations in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay, and in Antarctica.
November's Taurus full Moon occurs on November 4, and, it's a rather Jupiterian lunation. Jupiter, the planet of good luck, abundance and expansion, is conjunct the Sun and opposite the Moon, bringing with it a sense of optimism in amongst some of the more challenging energies that are around at this time.
September's new Moon falls on September 5 in the United States and in Australia. It is one that speaks to issues of family, relationships and family. In the larger scheme of things, it brings up the idea that we are all family, that we all belong to the bigger picture of humanity.
posted 19 April, 2016 (Monday, 18 April, 2016) - Lynda Hill
The Scorpio full Moon falls on Friday, April 22. This is a very interesting, and for many, very rewarding lunation. The Sabian Symbols that go with the planetary energies are really quite extraordinarily wonderful
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.
February's Leo full Moon falls on February 18. The Sabian Symbol is Leo 30: An Unsealed Letter Has Vital And Confidential Information. ‘An Unsealed Letter’ is an image of words or thoughts, letters, notes or messages. They have been written, but as the ‘Letter’ is ‘Unsealed’, they have not been ‘Sealed’ in an envelope. ‘Vital and Confidential Information’ implies that important messages and information may need to be concealed from others, however, maybe things need to be out in the open? Being ‘Unsealed’ shows that it is possible that others want to be shown (or peek at) what’s been said or written.
posted 1 April, 2011 (Sunday, 27 March, 2011) - Lynda Hill
The Aries new Moon is quite an explosive, passionate and deeply intense one with some very interesting themes that can ignite, inspire and feed our impulses while, at the same time, teach us some interesting things about our selves and our lives and what it means to be human. Occurring on April 3 in the United States and April 4 in Australia, it's one heck of a doozy of an Aries new Moon with Mars, Lilith, Uranus, the Sun, the Moon, Jupiter and Mercury all in Aries.
June's Gemini full moon falls on the 13th June and is a pretty super-charged and gnarly one. Yes, again. The Big Kahunas of this full Moon are Venus in Taurus opposite Saturn retrograde in Scorpio and Mars in Libra opposing Uranus in Aries and squaring Pluto in Capricorn.