This new Moon in Taurus happens on April 26, and, it is a very interesting, and yet challenging, period. It can feel like a real push-me pull-you experience, and, we've been feeling that for some time, but, now it's getting more accentuated.
The Aries new Moon falls on March 31 in Australia and March 30 in the United States. This is a fairly firey new Moon with Uranus positioned just two degrees after it, which means that the hours and days following the new Moon could be rather interesting, perhaps unpredictable, explosive, revolutionary, life-changing, etc.
September's full Moon falls on the 6th, and, it is a rather Neptunian and Piscean full Moon. This is rather interesting in the light of the fact that the last lunation, the solar eclipse, was on a degree that speaks of us 'coming out of the ocean into conscious form' - finding our feet and our voice...
Occurring on January 30 in the United States and January 31 in Australia, the Aquarian new Moon is an interesting one that promises inspiration, change and a deeper understanding of ones' place in the world.
March's Pisces new Moon is an extraordinarily Piscean event, with planetary energy starting with Neptune on the 4th degree all the way to Mars on the very last degree. The line up is Neptune, Mercury, Chiron Venus, the new Moon (Sun and Moon) and Mars, all in Pisces.
The Leo new Moon falls on July 27 in Australia and July 26 in the United States. It's another very meaningful lunation which promises to bring quite a few changes, or, in some cases, upheavals, in our lives or in the world around us.
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.
July's full Moon occurs on July 9, and, well, there's been some very big and meaningful lunations (new and full Moons) over the years, but, I'd have to say that this one takes the cake in terms of the energies involved.
Occurring on October 11 in the United States and October 12 in Australia, the Aries full Moon is set to be another doozy in a long line of doozies. It's been an interesting year with extraordinary events and upheavals and many are bound to be feeling a little baffled, battered or bruised. This full Moon has Saturn closely conjunct the Sun and opposing the Moon. This is quite the combo, especially with the Moon in Aries and the Sun in Libra. It's a tug of war on many levels.