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.
December's new Moon in Sagittarius falls on December 18, and, it feels like a very special sign of the times as Saturn moves out of Sagittarius and heads into Capricorn, the new Moon occurs right before the Winter Solstice.
September's full Moon falls on the 6th, and, it is a rather Neptunian and Piscean full Moon. This is rather interesting in the light of the fact that the last lunation, the solar eclipse, was on a degree that speaks of us 'coming out of the ocean into conscious form' - finding our feet and our voice...
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.
posted 23 May, 2017 (Monday, 22 May, 2017) - Lynda Hill
May's Gemini new Moon falls on the 25th in the US and the 26th in Australia. This is yet another dynamic lunation (haven't they all been for ages and ages?) There have been many changes before us, on every level, and, we may be considering what next?
posted 10 May, 2017 (Monday, 8 May, 2017) - Lynda Hill
May's Scorpio full Moon falls on May 10 in the US and May 11 in Australia. It's a pretty full-on full Moon energy-wise, and, we are likely to see all kinds of events, political, social and otherwise, from it.
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.
This full Moon feels like a culmination of energies, alright, we can feel like we are in some kind of weird moment - perhaps we'll wake up from it and be perfectly fine - perhaps everything is going to hell in a hand-basket. It's hard to tell.