Messages & Channelings

Lynda Hill > September's Virgo New Moon

September's new Moon falls on September 20, and, it's an interesting one. This is quite a Chironic new Moon, with Chiron (The Stories We Tell Ourselves) smack opposite it.

May's Scorpio full Moon falls on May 14 in the United States and May 15 in Australia. With Saturn conjuncting (together with) the Moon and opposing the Sun, it feels like a time of throwing things out, lightening one's load.

August's Piscean full Moon is a variable full Moon in that it presents some big difficulties along with some wonderful opportunities for expansion, movement and love.

This full Moon is likely to be very transformational for many people. A standout aspect to me is one of healing as Jupiter, the Moon's node and Chiron are in a lovely grand trine and Venus is just passing by the Super Galactic Center and on a fantastic degree.

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.

December's new Moon in Sagittarius falls on December 18, and, it feels like a very special sign of the times as Saturn moves out of Sagittarius and heads into Capricorn, the new Moon occurs right before the Winter Solstice.

December's full Moon falls on December 3 in the US, and, December 4 in Australia. This is a rather Neptunian chart as the full Moon is in an exact t-square with Neptune.

The full Moon each month marks a time of heightened energies and events. It often marks the culmination of the energies released at the new Moon. Emotions can be supercharged as the Sun and Moon are on opposite sides of the zodiac and illumination is increased.

Lynda Hill > Pioneering, Pathways and Portals: The Piscean New Moon

The Pisces new Moon, occurring on the 1st of March, will bring blessings to many people, especially those who understand what is being asked of them. 

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. 

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