Messages & Channelings

August's total solar eclipse falls on August 21 in the US, and, in Australia, on August 22. This is a big eclipse, and, the Symbols of it are rather extraordinary.

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.

This full Moon is one day away from lunar perigee – the moon’s closest point to Earth for this month. By a newly coined popular definition, that makes this May full moon a supermoon.

June's Cancer new Moon occurs on June 27 and is a fairly stressful new Moon, but one that contains quite a lot of promise for the future.

May's Scorpio full Moon falls in the evening of May 3 in the US and the middle of the day on May 4 in Australia. The major aspect of this full Moon is the square from the Sun and Moon to Jupiter at Leo 14.

This Aquarian full Moon occurs on July 31. This is a rather remarkable full Moon as it is smack on when Venus goes retrograde for 40 days (and 40 nights).

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. 

We are in eclipse season and March's full Moon is an appulse lunar eclipse, otherwise known as a penumbral lunar eclipse. Occurring on March 23, this eclipse is not a total eclipse.

July's full Moon falls on July 15 and it contains some very powerful messages. The Sabian Symbol of the Moon is Capricorn 23: A Soldier Receiving Two Awards For Bravery In Combat. This Symbol speaks of awards, rewards, recognition and respect.

Lynda Hill > January's Capricorn New Moon

January's Capricorn new Moon occurs on the evening of the 9th in the United States and on the 10th in Australia. This is a very powerful new Moon and one that will have many ramifications - some great, some not-so-great (as always). 

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