The Cancerian full Moon falls smack on Christmas Day, on December 25, this year. It's an interesting occurrence, and one that can have feelings, emotions and responses heightened, in some cases to the point of argument, but there can also be a strong sense of family unity.
I find it rather amusing that the last new Moon was Aquarius 3: The Deserter From The Navy and this full Moon is Leo 19: A Houseboat Party. February's full Moon occurs on the 7th in the US and the 8th in Australia and the Sabian Symbol is Leo 19: A Houseboat Party Crowded With Revelers; The Water Reflects Its Lights.
posted 10 May, 2017 (Monday, 8 May, 2017) - Lynda Hill
May's Scorpio full Moon falls on May 10 in the US and May 11 in Australia. It's a pretty full-on full Moon energy-wise, and, we are likely to see all kinds of events, political, social and otherwise, from it.
The full Moon in March occurs on March 19 in the United States and March 20 in Australia. This is a powerhouse full Moon, aligning as it does with Uranus just as it goes into Aries. The Sabian Symbol for the full Moon is Virgo 29: A Man Is Gaining Secret Knowledge From An Ancient Scroll He Is Reading.
The full Moon in March falls on March 17 in Australia and March 16 in the US. This is an interesting full Moon and one that holds a fair bit of frustration, along with the desire to get going and make something happen.
December's Sagittarius new Moon falls on December 2 in the United States and December 3 in Australia. This is bound to be a very interesting new Moon, with Uranus trining it, bringing the desire or a much-needed sense of freedom and creativity.
June's full Moon in Sagittarius is an interesting one, and one that could be rather difficult to navigate. The few weeks leading up to it have been fairly gnarly and stressful for many and we are being tested along the path it seems, with some people being tested rather severely.
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.