New Moon 23 Aquarius 16

February 11, 2021

7:05 pm GMT; 2:05 pm EST; 11:05 am PT

In the middle of another beginning.
Would you look at that beautiful stellium in Aquarius?! On a day made only of zeros, ones and twos (02-11-2021)! This feels like tasting the most delicious, mind-blowingly complex dish that is both sweet and savory, but made from just a few basic ingredients.  
The first Aquarian new Moon since Jupiter and Saturn came together in Aquarius seems big. Do you get the sense that St. Germaine is near? In some realm, the ascended master of Aquarian consciousness is standing by and waving us in.
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Full Wolf Moon in Leo

January 28, 2021

09 Leo 05

2:16 pm EST

The Native American tribes’ name for the January Full Moon is the Wolf Moon. The Native Americans associated the wolf with mountains, high places and as a teacher and guide to sacred things. (Earth Medicine- K. Meadows). Wolves howl as a way of communicating with other wolves and do this more frequently during mating season, between January and March. (https://animalcorner.org/animals/wolves/). Although we may not be privy to the sound of howling wolves, we can use the naming of the Wolf Full Moon to remind us to move our awareness internally, to seek out our inner guru and all-important guidance system designed specifically for us.
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New Moon Capricorn – Wormhole passage closes

Jan 13, 2021

23º 13’ Capricorn

0:00 am EST; Jan 12, 9:00 pm PST; Jan 13, 5:00 am GT

Alchemy comes from the ashes.
The Sun, Moon, and Pluto are all at 23 & 24 Capricorn.
Picture sitting in a graveyard at night. The Moon is new, so all is dark. Since it is too dark to see, your senses are heightened. The energy is thick with unrest. In the shadows, you feel movement is happening.
This could be scary.
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Cold Moon Report

December 29, 2020

08 Cancer 53

10:28 pm EST

Ancient Full Moon names for December are related to the low temperatures and darkness, with the most common reference being the Cold Moon, while another is the Long Night Moon (www.timeanddate.com). Rudolf Steiner, an early 20th-century Austrian philosopher and founder of biodynamic agriculture, recognized the months of November and December as a time when what is beneath the surface of the Earth has a particularly strong effect on plant growth (Lecture 2, Agriculture Course, R. Steiner, 1924). Steiner also recognized the winter months as having the strongest crystallizing forces that develop within the Earth. As we begin to realize/remember our oneness with the Earth, it is no coincidence we are reaching the apex in our journey of a very chaotic year with the Full Moon in the sign of Cancer (bearer of natural Mother energy) which, incidentally, is the same sign as the first full moon eclipse of 2020. We are entering into a new age, the Aquarian age, birthing a new, crystalline Earth, and all in perfect timing to capture naturally occurring crystallizing energies inherent in the Earth at this time of year.
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