Sun enters Capricorn
Full Moon in Cancer
These past few days have been packed with celestial events that punctuate the soon to be ending of a year of highs and lows. The Solstice of December 21st. marked the longest night of the year and as the Sun transited in Capricorn at 11:49p.m., once again we entered the quickening of new Light and the hope that is birthed with that awakening. The Moon waxed in another Earth sign, Taurus and provided a triad of Fire (Sun)-Water (Moon) and Earth (Capricorn and Taurus). The Cardinal(new beginnings and first flow) energy of Capricorn’s Sun moved into position to feed its outpouring of new light into Lady Moon’s birthing waters that stood ready in the Fixed (stabilization and structure) energy of Taurus. Earth is the sign of manifestation, so the potential of…
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This is the first Full Moon on Christmas since 1977, and the next one won’t be until 2034. Also on the same day, Uranus will we going direct, bringing all the planets direct until January 5th. See http://allplanetsdirect.com/. Uranus will also be opposing Mars, and Mars will square Mercury.
Dec 25th, 2015: Full “Cold or Long Night” Moon at 3 degrees Cancer, 6:11 AM Eastern
Crystal for the degree of the full moon: CANCER 3
“Key Word – Indomitable
Crystal – Variscite
Attributes – Promotes cheerfulness. Helps with chronic tiredness; eases inner restlessness. Makes objective and rational; helps you express yourself clearly. Gives you energy, alleviates hyper-acidity, helps with heartburn, gastritis, stomach ulcers, rheumatism and gout.
Message – Preparedness to explore difficult realms.
Focus – Utilising what is at your disposal helps you navigate through life’s challenges.
Affirmation – I am invincible; I…
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Full Moon Christmas 2015-12-25 (Grand Cross + Thor’s Hammer)
Sometimes emotions run high on this holiday for families. This particular one is more charged than usual. Both a Grand Cross and Thor’s Hammer are present. Deadlocks and impasses (Grand Trines) have the potential to yield to words that cannot be unspoken or even violence (Thor’s Hammer).
Here is the chart for perfection of the Full Moon, filtered for the Grand Trines pattern:
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We present the same chart, filtered for the Thor’s Hammer:
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Find a way to channel those energies, maybe anger and frustration, into a productive outlet. If you cannot do anything else, then “walk away.” Like so many situations, “this too shall pass.”
The aspect happens earlier in the day, so a potential exists to salvage the day later. Tread carefully in that process.
Our 2016 Overview is ready for a peek…
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Hello to Winter Solstice 2015 and Rare Full Moon on Christmas Day First Time since 1977
Here we are at the end of another year of tumultuous events. I am overwhelmed and at times confused as to what is really going on. Yes, we have been shown that WAR and POLITICS continue to consume our lives without any seeming resolution to either. We are constantly fighting for or against something. And now, we even have a new STAR WARS to prove how important the fight of good against evil still exists. We are being shown the grief, sadness, displaced people, warlike individuals, hate, anger and negative judgment of others. Actually nothing new here, as this, sadly, has been occurring on our planet since the beginning of time.
What is new and is being proven every day is our powerful spiritual consciousness and how we choose to…
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This year, December’s moon reaches peak size on Christmas Day, at 6:11 a.m. EST, according to Fred Espenak, an eclipse and moon expert with NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. It marks the first full moon on Christmas Day since 1977; two events won’t align again until 2034. (Of course, a full moon will fall on Dec. 25 just as often as it will any other day of the year, The Independent notes.)
The timing of this year’s Christmas orb means the fullest nighttime moon might be best viewed on Christmas Eve throughout the U.S. The U.K. will see the moon at its peak on Christmas evening.
Each year, December’s full moon…
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