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New Black Supermoon in Leo – July 31, 2019

According to traditional sources, the New Moon represents the end of one cycle and the beginning of another new 28-day cycle. It is often viewed as a symbol of endings and new beginnings. The nighttime darkness of the New Moon symbolizes the mysterious watery depth of the unconscious – the transpersonal realm where personal identity and individual boundaries dissolve and

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Midsummer 2019

Midsummer is the period of time centered upon the Summer Solstice, when the Sun completes its northbound journey in the sky and appears to stop in its tracks (for 3 days) relative to Earth, and more specifically the cultural celebrations that accompany the actual solstice between June 20 and June 24, for it marks the longest day of the year. During

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New Moon in Taurus – May 4, 2019

New Moon

According to traditional sources, the New Moon represents the end of one cycle and the beginning of another new 28-day cycle. It is often viewed as a symbol of endings and new beginnings. The nighttime darkness of the New Moon symbolizes the mysterious watery depth of the unconscious – the transpersonal realm where personal identity and individual boundaries dissolve and

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New Moon in Aries – April 5, 2019

New Moon

According to traditional sources, the New Moon represents the end of one cycle and the beginning of another new 28-day cycle. It is often viewed as a symbol of endings and new beginnings. The nighttime darkness of the New Moon symbolizes the mysterious watery depth of the unconscious – the transpersonal realm where personal identity and individual boundaries dissolve and

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Spring Equinox March 20, 2019

According to traditional sources, when the Sun ingresses into 00°00’ Aries at the site of a nation’s capital city (on March 20th at 6:01 pm EDT, Washington D.C.), the horoscope provides a comprehensive image of the archetypal energies and potentials that will likely unfold and constellate on the world stage throughout the year. Astronomically speaking, the Vernal Equinox falls on

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Imbolc and the “Super Snow” Moon

Imbolc is the astronomical midpoint between the Winter Solstice – Yule and the Spring Equinox – Ostara; when the transiting Sun is at 15 Degrees of Aquarius in the Northern Hemisphere on February 4th, traditionally marking the first stirrings of Spring. Some pagans celebrate Imbolc on the astronomical date (February 4th), while others celebrate on February 2nd out of tradition. The

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