The next Full Moon takes place in the western tropical zodiac sign of Aries on Monday September 24 at 7:52 PST. As with all Full Moons, the aftereffects will be felt and dealt with for the two weeks following, which means the days leading up to October 8 PST.
Most things that unfolds in this material world—including accidents—can be explained through astrological science.
We feel blue–or sad or even angry–because we want things to be a certain way, and they aren’t that way. Feeling blue stems from desire twinged with expectations. At numerous points throughout our lives, each of us wants things to be a particular way, and when they aren’t fitting with that mold, how often do we suffer?
I've noticed a trend in my astrological practice, especially reflected in the birth charts of women who have experienced abuse or sexual trauma in early age. But this trend is *universal* and is not limited to women alone. It may extend to us all. Trauma is a delicate subject. It is my hope and prayer in writing this that we develop a deeper understanding of one specific effect trauma can potentially have on our life.
My little cat, Lenny, *loves* Smoky Quartz, the therapeutic gemstone for the astrological sign Scorpio. Interestingly my astrology shows that my cat (or other domestic pets) are Scorpionic lovers (Venus rules my 6th house of small animals and is in Scorpio!). Scorpio is the most potent and intense sign. For humans this equates to emotional power and resilience, regeneration, self-control, and transformation.
We all have a Sun sign that shows our heart, Spirit, and life aspiration based on our season and hemisphere (north or south) of birth - but we also have a Moon sign that shows our emotional imprint, Soul and feeling nature. We also have a way that our lives are actualized, and this is seen by the "Ascendant" or "Rising sign."