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Planetary news this week: Jupiter/Neptune & the Supermoon Eclipse!

Supermoon eclipse.   There is a lot of buzz and excitement around the lunar eclipse on January 20th-21st (EST) because it’s a Supermoon (tm ), meaning the Moon is at perigee, its closest orbit to Earth.  This means the Moon appears larger (because it is larger and lower in the sky, it will appear to be a red color and is therefore called a Blood Moon).  Astrologer Richard Nolle has connected Supermoon events to intensified weather and geological events such as earthquakes and severe storms.  With the Moon having a stronger effect than usual on the Earth, we can be certain that the effect on us as individuals will also be more powerful.  Eclipses are more intense in the areas in which they are visible, and this eclipse will be particularly powerful for those of us in North and South America.

This Super Full Moon is a total eclipse astronomically, because the Moon will be obscured by the Sun, and this eclipse will last for a very long time – nearly an hour, depending upon your location ( for more details about the eclipse at your particular location).  Astrologically, the eclipse is not as powerful because the lunar nodes are in a different sign from the Sun and Moon and therefore not drawing as much power as if they were in the same sign.

With the Sun in Aquarius opposing the Moon in Leo, questions of our own personal journey (Leo) relative to our transpersonal place in the world (Aquarius) will be highlighted.  Three planets in Capricorn (Saturn, Pluto and Mercury) all ground us to the Earth and ensure that we pay attention to business […]

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By |2019-01-14T16:10:46-04:00January 14th, 2019|Uncategorized|3 Comments

Your astrological calendar for 2019

Astrology of 2019Here is a listing of the 2019 planetary events.  The movements of the Sun and Moon are excluded from this listing because their effects are so brief, but I include them in my free monthly Planetary Illuminations report (use the link below or in the sidebar to subscribe).

This list will be most helpful to those readers with a solid basic working of astrological terms and principles.  If you are not at that level, no worries!  My monthly Planetary Illuminations report will provide you with this information in simple English that is easy to understand.


January

1/5 Solar eclipse 15 Capricorn
1/6 Uranus direct
1/7 Venus enters Sagittarius
1/13 Jupiter square Neptune
1/20 Sun enters Aquarius
1/21 Total lunar eclipse 0 Leo – supermoon
1/24  Mercury enters Aquarius
1/31 Saturn sextile Neptune

February

2/3 Venus enters Capricorn
2/4 New Moon 15 Aquarius
2/10 Mercury enters Pisces
2/14 Mars enters Taurus
2/18 Chiron enters Aries
Sun enters Pisces
2/19 Full Moon 0 Virgo

March

3/1 Venus enters Aquarius
3/5  Mercury turns retrograde 29 Pisces
3/6 Uranus back into Taurus
New Moon 15 Pisces
3/20 Sun enters Aries
Full Moon 0 Libra
3/26 Mercury turns direct 16 Pisces
3/31 Mars enters Gemini

April

4/4 Pluto opposite North Node
4/10 Jupiter turns retrograde 24 Sagittarius
4/17 Mercury enters Aries
4/19 Full Moon 29 Libra
4/20 Sun enters Taurus
Venus enters Aries
4/24 Pluto turns retrograde 23 Capricorn
4/29 Saturn turns retrograde 20 Capricorn

May

5/4 New Moon 14 Taurus
5/6 Mercury enters Taurus
5/15 Venus enters Taurus
Mars enters Cancer
5/18 Full Moon 27 Scorpio
5/21 Sun enters Gemini
Mercury enters Gemini
5/22 Neptune trine North Node

June

6/3 New Moon 12 Gemini
6/4 Mercury enters Cancer
6/8 Venus enters Gemini
6/16 Jupiter square Neptune
6/17 Full Moon 25 Sagittarius
6/18 Saturn sextile Neptune
6/21 Neptune turns retrograde
Sun enters Cancer
6/26 Mercury enters Leo

July

7/1 Mars enters Leo
7/2 Total solar eclipse 10 Cancer
7/3 Venus enters Cancer
7/4 Saturn opposite North Node
7/7 Mercury turns retrograde 4 Leo
7/8 Chiron turns retrograde 5 Aries
7/16 Partial lunar eclipse […]

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