2020 Sagittarius New Moon Total Solar Eclipse

December 14, 2020 

23 Sagittarius 08

11:16am EST; 8:16am PST; 4:16pm GT

New Moon in Sagittarius. Here is the reboot. First, it all goes dark, then comes back on. We are experiencing a total solar eclipse. The Sun’s light will be blocked by the shadow of the Moon. The nodes are aligned just right so that our tiny Moon casts a shadow on the Earth so large it covers the Sun. When the Sun, Moon, Earth alignment separates and the lights come back on, we have reset at our spiritual core.
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2020 Gemini Full Beaver Moon

Annular Lunar Eclipse

November 30, 2020

4:30am EST, 1:30am PST, 9:30am GT

8 Gemini 38

November’s Full Moon was traditionally called the Beaver Moon by a number of Native Americans and colonial Americans. November is the time of year the beavers are most actively preparing for winter, and this is the time traps were set before the swamps froze to ensure a supply of warm winter fur. The nature references assist us in remembering our connection to nature and our planet as we move into unity consciousness.
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2020 Scorpio New Moon

Sunday, November 15, 12:07 am EST, 5:07am GT, 9:07pm (11/14) PST

23 Scorpio 17 WORMHOLE ACTIVATES

Scorpio is the alchemist. A new Moon in Scorpio takes us to places underneath the surface of the transformation. The Sun and Moon just moved past Juno and Astraea, beginning new cycles of Unity and Justice, and that energy is present.
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Image source: https://pixabay.com/photos/full-moon-night-bat-dark-halloween-3659302/

31 October 2020

Taurus Full Moon

08° Taurus 38’

10:49 am EDT, 7:49 am PDT, 3:49 pm GT

The Hunter Full Moon this year falls on Halloween and it is indeed a unique event. It is a Blue Moon, when a second Full Moon occurs in the same month (the first was October 1). Blue moons occur every two to three years. A Full Moon falling on Halloween occurs in 19-year increments, and the last time that occurred was in 2001. This Halloween blue moon also has the distinction of appearing across all time zones in the United States, not a day before or after. The last time that happened was in 1944. That was a very tumultuous time globally, which is not significantly different from what we are currently experiencing in 2020.
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