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.
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 Aries full Moon occurs on October 16, and, it's a big one with Uranus and Eris smack up against it. It's the last full Moon before the US presidential elections, and, all sorts of interesting, new, intense, alarming, shocking, irritating, provoking, etc, things are likely to pop up.
December's new Moon falls right on Christmas, on the evening of 24th December in the United States and on the 25th December in Australia. The Sabian Symbol is a fabulous one and it's wonderful that Elsie Wheeler, the amazing spiritualist medium that gave birth to the Sabian Symbols in 1925, (remembering that she assigned the Sabian Symbols to degrees in a completely double blind 'experiment') gave the Symbol of Capricorn 3: The Human Soul, In Its Eagerness For New Experiences, Seeks Embodiment to the degree that most often falls on Christmas Day.
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.
Many apologies for the lateness of this new Moon newsletter. I know that some don't realise that the effects of the new and full Moons stretch on into the future, sometimes for the coming month and sometimes longer if major events happen during the month in question, so please know that this influence is still very much around.