Thursday, February 17, 2011

Leo Full Moon - February 18, 2011

The Full Moon in Leo could feel a bit like a roller coaster since the Sun and Moon's opposition are moving over the Anaretic Degree of Aquarius and Leo. These final degrees of any sign will amplify emotions and confusion while we try to decide what is the most important situation to focus on. Looking for the common good of the group, family or peers can help to unite and strengthen brotherhood/sisterhood/solidarity. The lunar event article at explains the best use of this Full Moon's energies. This weekend is the beginning of the Presidents' Day holiday in the U.S.  Enjoy :)

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Aquarius New Moon - February 3, 2011

Happy Chinese New Year - The year of the Rabbit starts today. This New Moon has the potential for healing but in ways we are not totally accustomed to. We can heal by detaching from the emotional connections so that we can see our situations from a different perspective. There's also a boost for the development of quirky new relationships.  These are those types of friendships/love matches that we normally would not attract. Don't be afraid to explore these connections.  They may not last long, but there is the potential for a lot of fun and adventure while it lasts. The Lunar Article @ has been posted today.

The past few weeks since the Solar Eclipse have certainly provided some surprises for leaders around the world. Prayers go out to safe transitions for all who are dealing with turmoil and unrest.  Jupiter ingressed to Aries on  January 22. Leadership and aggressions are likely to be impacted by Jupiter's transit in Aries. Saturn's retrograde in Libra began on January 26. Business and marriage partnership could be restructured while Saturn is in the "review" state of Libra. Mercury will ingress Aquarius February 3 and Venus will ingress Capricorn on February 4.

Today was Groundhog Day and based on the various reports, the Eastern U.S. regions are less likely than the Western U.S. to have to put up with too much more winter.... or will we?  I just discovered today that we've been relying on the wrong rodent "hog" for the wintery forecast. *The Romans used Hedgehogs to predict how much longer winter weather would endure. Oy! No wonder Punxsutawney Phil's predictions are only 40% accurate!

Plus, a Happy Valentine's Wish and Hug to all our friends. 

*Groundhog/Hedgehog information source -