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Lynda Hill > October's Libra New Moon

October's new Moon occurs on October 19 in the US and October 20 in Australia in Libra. This is yet another powerful lunation, and, it's one with some very strong messages.

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.

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. 

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.

May's full Moon in Sagittarius is an enormous one - a real doozy. It is going to be a bit of a wild ride, particularly on the world stage. Mars is exactly conjunct (together with) this new Moon, ramping up feelings, responses, events, etc, and driving energies that may sometimes be a little hard to handle (or to get a grip on).

March's full Moon occurs on March 6/5 in the United States. This full Moon is in Virgo, which can be a rather sober sign, especially when it's on Virgo 15: The Lacy Ornamental Handkerchief.

Occurring on December 29, this Capricorn new Moon (6:52 am GMT) is seeing out the last of 2016, and, now we head into 2017.

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.

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.

November's Scorpio new Moon, occurring on November 3, is a solar hybrid eclipse. Mostly visible from Africa, it is a rare event with the last one occuring in April 2005.

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