The Full Moon in Taurus occurs at 20:16 (UT time) at 18TAU05 on the 10th November 2011.
There are some rather startling correlations to the current financial climate in this month’s Full Moon.
The Full Moon is conjunct fixed star Rucha and opposite asteroid Europa. The lights do not make any other planetary aspects and therefore seems to emphasise the star and asteroid connections. Fixed star Rucha is found in the constellation Cassiopeia. Rucha derives from an Arabic word meaning ‘the knee’. Continue reading
We are dark and light, happy and sad, peaceful and angry, quiet and noisy, still and dancing. We execute things perfectly, we screw up royally. Sometimes I am filled with love and I smile at the world, some days I carry the weight of the world.
The Sun moves into Libra at 14:48 (Universal Time) on the 22nd September 2012. On that day we will experience equal day and equal night, hence ‘equinox’. Continue reading
The Full Moon in Taurus occurs on the 21st November 2010 at 6.27pm (GMT) at 29TAu18.
The 29th degree of any sign is called an ‘anaretic degree’. As the last degree of a sign, the influence of the sign is weakening, blending almost into the next sign. Celeste Teal talks of this degree as having ‘defective vision’. Continue reading
Every year between the 17th July and the 24th August, the Earth passes through a trail of debris left by the orbit of the comet Swift-Tuttle. The comet was discovered in 1862 but records of the Perseids date back to 36AD. As the Earth passes through the debris, the dust is drawn to the Earth’s atmosphere. A tiny speak of dust can burn spectacularly in the night sky. As many as 60 – 100 meteors per hour can be seen in a clear sky in the countryside. Travelling at around 37 miles per second the meteors heat up to somewhere in the region of 3000 degrees Fahrenheit and either vaporise or explode. As a result of this, the August sky in the Northern Hemisphere is filled with glorious streaks of light – shooting stars. If you have a wish to make, now might be a good time to catch a falling star! Continue reading