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The articles below discuss current astrological events. Please note that times are in US Pacific Time (UTC +8) unless stated otherwise. Enjoy!
The upcoming Full Moon culminates in the airy realms of Gemini, arriving in its exact position on December 7th at 8:08pm, Pacific time. Minds may be set ablaze, and communications colored by a fiery intensity around this Full Moon time. This is due to Mars’ presence making a very nearly exact conjunction to the Moon and opposition to the Sun. Mars is well...Continue Reading
The New Moon in Sagittarius ushers in a new lunar cycle with the buoyancy and expansiveness that is emblematic of this mutable fire sign. This New Moon comes into exact position on November 23rd at 2:57pm, Pacific Time at 1º + of Sagittarius. This also marks the end of the Scorpio-Taurus eclipse season, although the intense energies and events of the last 30...Continue Reading
Tuesday morning’s Full Moon eclipse, taking place on November 8th and coincident with Election Day in the U.S., is quite the super-potent astrological event. That is because as the Sun and Moon oppose on another in a total lunar eclipse – with a blood red Moon where visible – they also conjunct other planetary bodies that hold enormous portent...Continue Reading
That time is here, again, when we greet the transformative tides of yet another eclipse season. This one begins with the New Moon Solar Eclipse taking place on October 25th at 3:49am in early Scorpio, and includes the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Taurus two weeks later. This extremely potent Full Moon is forthcoming on November 8th. All eclipses bring sweeping winds...Continue Reading
This coming Monday, October 17th, at 10:15 am on the best coast, later in the day for points east, we will have the Last Quarter Moon in Cancer, which is also the last major lunation preceding the partial solar eclipse of October 25th. This latter can be paired this fall eclipse season with the extremely powerful total lunar eclipse of November 8th – in fact...Continue Reading