Messages & Channelings

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. 

Occurring on May 18, this Taurus new Moon is a promising one, with lots of possibility. There are some very interesting aspects unfolding - Venus, the ruler of Taurus, will be opposing Pluto and squaring Uranus, leading to some issues in relationships, or, some resolutions.

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.

April's new Moon falls on April 18 in the United States and April 19 in Australia. This is a very interesting new Moon and it feels like a breath of fresh air.

April's Libran full Moon is a total lunar eclipse. It is a 'blood moon' - sometimes used to describe a total lunar eclipse. When the Earth casts its shadow on a full Moon and eclipses it, the Moon may get a red glow. Total lunar eclipses are rare – only about one in three lunar eclipses are total.

This new Moon in Pisces occurs on the 20th March. It is a major new Moon, the third Supermoon of the year, and, because of when it falls - smack on the Equinox -  and the fact that it is a total solar eclipse, it may just be the biggest new Moon of 2015.

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.

February's new Moon is a very, very, curious one. Occurring on February 18 in the United States and February 19 in Australia, it is right smack on the *very last minute* of Aquarius = 29Aquarius59.

This Leo full Moon is one of considerable promise as it is conjuncting (together with) Jupiter - the Moon passes over Jupiter some hours after the exact full Moon and the Sun will be exactly opposite Jupiter.

January's new Moon falls on January 20 in the United States and January 21 in Australia. This new moon is a 'supermoon'.

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