December 2018 ~ The Post

Tips for making the most out of the coming Full Moon

There’s a Full Moon next Saturday, the 22nd December, exacting at around 5:48pm in the UK.

Again, just like last month, the Full Moon will be at that all-important critical degree (00°), but this time it will be in the cardinal sign, Cancer. As in their cardinal modalities, the four cardinal signs, Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn, are all about leadership, movement and initiating, just as they each represent the start of a new season (Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, respectively). As the critical 00° degree of any sign is also about beginnings, initiation and fresh starts, here is what an Astrologer might call a double whammy in indication of such things, or a double strength in likelihood of them being what this period of time could be about for many of us, most especially for those of us whose personal planets closely aspect the Sun or the Moon on the 22nd December this year.Continue reading…

September 2018 ~ The Post

Tips for making the most out of the coming Full Moon

There’s a Full Moon this Tuesday, the 25th September, exacting at around 2:50am in the UK.

The Full Moon, at 1°59′ Aries, could bring about an air of relief for many of us this week, as Aries is a sign that is known to enthusiastically bounce forwards through any dilemma or event, which could perhaps help some of us to become ’emotionally unstuck’ from some of the things that have been weighing on our minds and our hearts lately. The Moon symbolises our inner, most sensitive worlds and the Full Moon especially has a tendency to help guide us through these in different ways, Continue reading…

The New Moon, 16th April 2018

An Astrological forecast for this New Moon period and the fortnight ahead.

Tomorrow, the New Moon is in Aries at 26°, which is the same degree of the New Moon that was in Pisces on the 17th March earlier this year. This means that those of you born with your Sun, another personal planet (Mercury, Venus, Mars or Moon) or an important angleContinue reading…

The Full Moon, 2nd March 2018

Your forecast for this Full Moon period and the fortnight ahead.

Simply because the Full Moon tomorrow follows on from two eclipses, the Super Blood Blue Moon Total Eclipse on the 31st January and the Partial Solar Eclipse on the 15th February, I have been quietly expectant of a lot happening this week for everybody due to the carrying over of such potent energies from the previousContinue reading…

New Moon highlights 16th/ 17th Jan 2018

Highlights forecast for this New Moon period and the fortnight ahead.

The New Moon that occurs this Wednesday, the 17th January, just like the Full Moon that occurred two weeks ago on the 2nd January, exacts at around 20 minutes past 2 in the early hours of the morning in the UK, so similarly, it will become a New Moon the day before, late on the 16th January in Western Greenland and the USA.Continue reading…

Full Moon highlights 1st/ 2nd Jan 2018

Highlights forecast for this Full Moon period and the fortnight ahead.

Let’s begin by saying, there are a few striking things about our first Full Moon of 2018, that occurs on the 1st January in Western Greenland and the USA, yet becomes exact on the 2nd January in the UK and most other parts of the world. The first is the Grand Trine pattern in the element of Water that the Moon is joining in on.Continue reading…

New Moon highlights 18th Nov 2017

Highlights forecast for this New Moon period and the fortnight ahead.

Pluto and Mars are co-ruling tomorrow’s New Moon in Scorpio and they will be squaring one-another with an orb of only 37 minutes, so for everybody this is not only a time for new projects and new beginnings, but also a time for busy bee-ing and renewals of all things tangible. Continue reading…

Full Moon Highlights, 5th October 2017

Highlights forecast for the Full Moon period and the fortnight ahead.

Tomorrow’s Full Moon is connected with that powerful Solar Eclipse that occurred on August 21st 2017 as Jupiter (who is in harmony with both) has since moved along to form an almost perfect sextile with it. I’m not sure how clearly you remember it, but that eclipse in Leo Continue reading…