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December 2019

Full Moon in Gemini December 11, 2019!

December 10th, 2019|Full Moon|

The Full Moon in Gemini takes place tonight at 9:12pm PST, so we build toward it all day, and will be fully in its wake tomorrow. I write from the perspective of my time zone, PST, as I live in Los Angeles. This Full Moon hits today for me here in the west,

November 2019

New Moon in Sagittarius November 26th!

November 25th, 2019|New Moon|

We have completed one of the most complex lunar cycles of our calendar year; and today marks the turning of the wheel such that we start our next lunar cycle with the New Moon in Sagittarius. The Sun and the Moon will come together at 7:05am PST, and we are kicking the Sagittarius

Monthly Forecast December 2019

November 25th, 2019|Uncategorized|

The Sagittarius mansion is well under way as December begins. Sagittarius is the sign ruled by Jupiter, the planet of abundance and expansion, and it is interesting that with the solar mansion pointing toward Jupiter, the planet of abundance and expansion is very activated this month. In fact, the moment this month begins,

Full Moon in Taurus November 12, 2019

November 11th, 2019|Full Moon|

The Full Moon in Taurus takes place in the early hours of the morning here on the west coast of North America; at 5:34am PST. There are a lot of lovely things about a Taurus Full Moon, and I think we’ll start there because who doesn’t need a little good news right about

October 2019

New Moon in Scorpio October 27, 2019

October 26th, 2019|New Moon|

The New Moon hits this evening at 8:38pm PDT and will take place at 4-degrees of Scorpio. Across the cosmos, at 4-degrees of Taurus, is Uranus, and in this way, this New Moon packs a truly remarkable punch. Firstly, the participation of any planet in a New Moon is significant, and raises the

Monthly Forecast – November 2019

October 25th, 2019|Uncategorized|

November finds us moving through the Scorpio mansion, and we continue our trek through change and alchemy, and what in the northern hemisphere is the steady march toward the least light at the solstice. With apologies to my readers down under, this is the time in our solar year that we consider the

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