Full Moon in Aquarius: 27th July & Total Lunar Eclipse

Posted by on Jul 26, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Gearing up for the full moon lunar eclipse on Friday evening (9.32 UK time). It is a total lunar eclipse (which we can see in the chart of that moment as the Sun-Moon opposition falls exactly on the moon’s nodal axis). Just after sunset as the moon rises, it will turn red as the shadow of the earth is cast across the face of the moon. It’s a beautiful and mystical sight to behold. The astrology is powerful too. The Aquarian moon is in exact conjunction to Mars, currently retrograde in Aquarius. And the Sun-Moon/Mars opposition is in a t-square to Uranus (ruler of Aquarius) in Taurus. This is a signature of radical change and points to the need for a paradigm shift in the way we think and act. Sometimes, our own personal dramas can become so strong that we lose sight of what is going on around us, in our groups and communities, and in society as a whole.

This eclipse may actually serve to awaken the activist within us. We may feel inspired or compelled to raise our vibration and/or connect with how we can best be of service to humanity. If we are not already engaged as such, we may find ourselves prompted to look at our lives anew from a higher vantage point and consider what kind of a difference we want to make in this world. With Mars retrograde, the challenge will be how to turn our ideals into action – there is a need for reflection in the way we act, and the way we move forward in life. We need to address the consequences of our actions, and become more aware of the impact that they have.

Its effects will tend to reverberate in our lives until the next eclipse season in January 2019. 🌑♒

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