posted 14 April, 2014 (Thursday, 10 April, 2014) - Lynda Hill
April full Moon is a total lunar eclipse. Occurring on April 15, some websites and commentators are calling this a 'blood moon'. This is rather spurious and it is something that seems to have been fabricated.
June's new Moon in Cancer falls on the 23rd in the US and the 24th in Australia. Occurring just after the Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere and the Winter Solstice in the southern, it brings with it a time some changes.
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).
November's Taurus full Moon falls smack on the last degree of Taurus on 21st November in the United States and the 22nd of November in Australia. The Sabian Symbol is Taurus 30: A Peacock Parading On The Terrace Of An Old Castle. The following is from my book The Sabian Oracle: 360 Degrees Of Wisdom:
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.
posted 6 April, 2012 (Tuesday, 3 April, 2012) - Lynda Hill
The full Moon in April falls on April 7 in Australia and April 6 in the United States. This full Moon is another doozy - and, as my friend Linda Reid pointed out, the moon is at perigee, which makes it a 'supermoon', a particularly strong and emphatic one, especially around relationships and friendships