This Full Moon period begins on June 3rd at 8:42 pm AZ time (PDT). This full moon is known as the Strawberry Moon due to the ripening of strawberries. It is also known as the Honey Moon since so many marriages and romances happen at this time of year. This Moon is tied to romance and marital bliss around the world.
The Sun is in Gemini and the Moon is in Sagittarius at this Full Moon. Sagittarius is adventurous, curious, and high-spirited, and Gemini is all about connecting, communicating, collaborating, and partnerships. So this is a time of expansion and exploration, and may open you to new romantic encounters, as well as strengthen existing relationships. There is also a diplomatic energy about this Full Moon so it’s a great time to mend fences and strengthen existing relationships.
The Summer Solstice is the time of the longest day, a time when the sun shines brightly upon us all. It is also the time of the shortest night, marking the turning of the year towards the dark times. In Arizona, the Summer Solstice is a time to celebrate the rains to come and to pray for our good harvest.
We will be meeting on Facebook Live on Saturday June 17th, 2023 at 6:30 pm, to honor this time of new growth and innocence.
The ceremony is approximately 30 minutes long. Suggested love offering of $10, but none will be turned away for lack of funds.
This Full Moon is exact on May 5th at 10:34 am AZ time (PDT). This is known as the Flower Moon because of the abundance of blooming flowers.
For this full moon lunar eclipse, the Moon is in Scorpio and the Sun is in Taurus. It’s very powerful and intense and brings about transformation. A great time to work on yourself and follow your intuition. The Sun in Taurus is very grounding which helps with the intensity to expand and evolve yourself …and the world… for the better.
Find your inner balance and strength. Let go of that which no longer serves and move into something better.
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Also, TONIGHT – on April 29th at 6:00 pm, we are holding our online Beltane ceremony on the Druids of the Light Facebook page. Feel free to tune in or to watch the replay later. Here is a link to the ceremony: https://fb.me/e/17gMhhYPy
This New Moon period begins on Wednesday, April 19th at 9:13 pm PDT (AZ time).
Astrologically, the sun and moon are conjunct in the late degrees of Aries. In fact, the Sun enters Taurus just minutes later at 9:30 pm. This New Moon sees us moving forward on things we have been procrastinating – taking action.
This is also a time of pivotal feelings due to this also being a Solar Eclipse. This highlights and challenges our independence and personal courage. We need to be aware of areas where we are not being true to ourselves and stepping up to self-empowerment and mastery.
Pluto square and Chiron conjunction has us looking at our inner worlds and fears, but luckily, Jupiter is also conjunct the New Moon so we will have the resourcefulness to do what’s needed. Be brave and also be kind.
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Also, please note that our Beltane ceremony is on Facebook Live on April 29th at 6:o0 pm.
This Full Moon period is beginning Wednesday night, April 5th, and is exact at 9:34 pm AZ (PDT) time (which means April 6th at 12:34 am EDT). This is known as the Full Pink Moon due to the time when little pink flowers (moss phlox) spreads across the ground in early spring, as well as the blooming of other flowers. It is sometimes called The Budding Moon or the Sugarbush Moon, and there is much optimism and enthusiasm at this time. The Best is Yet to Come.
We have a full moon when the sun and moon are considered in opposition. Astrologically, this means that both the Sun and Moon are in opposing signs, and at the time of this full moon, the sun is in Aries, and the moon will be entering Libra on April 4th, and will be exactly opposed the Sun on April 5th at 9:34 pm. Libra is associated with our relationships and how we interact within them, as well as fairness, justice, and “otherness.” It’s a time of lightness and benevolence and establishing equilibrium. Because the Sun is still in Aries, we need to remember to be responsible and act maturely when dealing with others.
There are two major aspects that bear mentioning. First, this Full Moon coincides with a conjunction with Chiron, the wounded healer, so it is a time to do your inner healing and be aware of not wounding others. Also this full moon is opposite Jupiter in Aries, so be sure to stand up and fight for your goals, but in doing so, remember it is more important to focus on the greater good than on your ego self.
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Our Beltane ceremony will be on April 29th at 6:00 pm. More on this soon.
This New Moon period begins on Tuesday, March 21st at 10:23 am PDT.
This represents the end of one lunar cycle and the beginning of the next one. Both the Sun and moon are in Aries. And this is a time of new beginnings in many ways.
The Moon in Aries is a great time to commit to personal goals and to take action. Try something new and innovative and be assertive and confident as you dive in headfirst to a bright new future.
This New Moon is the start of a new chapter in your life as well as in the collective.
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Also, please remember that our Spring Equinox Ceremony is this Saturday, March 18th at 5:30 pm AZ (PDT) time. You can tune in live on Facebook on our Druids of the Light Facebook page, or watch the replay later.
The Full Moon is on March 7th, 2023 at 5:07 am MST. This is also known as the Worm Moon due to the appearance of earthworms as the soil warms with the coming of Spring.
Astrologically, the Moon is in Virgo and the Sun is in Pisces. It’s a time to find a balance between the order and routines of the grounded Virgo Moon and the visionary, spiritual Pisces Sun … a balance between work and service, practicality and intuition. It’s a great time to take action on your passions.
This Full Moon coincides with the Sun, Mercury, and Neptune all in the water sign of Pisces. We are more sensitive to emotional undercurrents and the allure of fantasy, yet the Virgo Moon keeps us practical.