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Wednesday July 29, 2020

Wednesday July 29, 2020

– First Quarter Phase (@8:32 AM)  – step‌ ‌out,‌ ‌take‌ ‌action,‌ ‌breaking‌ ‌away,‌ ‌expression‌

– Moon in Sagittarius

– Sun in Leo 

– The Black Moon is Exactly Conjunct the Eris Point – 21 Aries – “A Boxer Enters the Ring” 

– Retrograde Planets:  Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Chiron

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – July 39th – 30th  – Cut Firewood, Mow to Increase Growth, Castrate Farm Animals, Dig Holes, Wean, Potty Train, Wash Windows, Advertise to Sell, Ask for Loan, Travel for Pleasure, Kill Plant Pests

– Gardening tips  (from the Farmer’s Almanac) –July 29th – 30th – Barren days, neither plant nor sow.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): Dhumavati (The Goddess Who Winnows) –

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Kathe, God of the South, God of Experience

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – 1st New moon in Cancer: “On a ship, sailors lower an old flag and raise a new one” (& Earth An Indian chief claims power from the assembled tribe)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – 2nd New moon in Cancer: “a Greek muse weighing newborn twins in golden scales” (& Earth – “a woman reading tea leaves”)

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN:  7 LEO: The constellations of stars in the sky

EARTH:  7 AQUARIUS: A child born out of an eggshell

Watch For It!

The Universe is open to us. Or so says today’s Sabian Symbol for the Sun – The Constellations of Starts in the Sky. What will reveal itself to us today?

ESPECIALLY given that the Black Moon is exactly conjunct the Eris Point today.And aspects to the Eris Point are often used by the cabal to initiate chaos. The chance for False Flag events is always heightened. They choose this time as it is ripe with the heavy energy that they desire.

Add to that, The Black moon is Square to Mercury and Square to Jupiter. Perfect Storm? Not exactly, but a mix of energy that might point towards targets. As of this 7:00AM window

Black Moon Shadow in the 8th House – Depths

Jupiter Expansion in the 5th House – Fun and Expression

Mercury Communication in the 11th House – Wishes

With Eris Energy – Liberation

Who will lead the Charge? We shall see.

 

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Happy Monday! May 18, 2020

Monday May 18, 2020

– Balsamic Moon Phase: release, transform, healing, forgiveness, prepare for the new

– Moon in Aries 

– Sun in Taurus

– Black Moon Day – May 17-19

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – May 17-18  – Cut Hair to Slow Growth, Mow to Slow Growth, Harvest, Pick Apples and Pears, Quit Smoking, Perform Demolition, Wash Wooden Floors, Start Diet to Lose Weight, Kill Plant Pests

– Gardening tips May 17-18 (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – Poor planting. Fine for cultivating or spraying.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): Tara – Goddess Who Guides

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Ian, God of the East, God of Wisdom

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month: “The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow”

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: “A Triangle with Wings”

SUN: 29 TAURUS – Two cobblers working at a table

EARTH: 29 SCORPIO – An Indian woman pleading to chief for the lives of her children

Happy Monday! Your Monday morning thoughts set the tone for your whole week. See yourself getting stronger, and living a fulfilling, happier and healthier life.

Black Moon days happen when the Moon and The Black Moon are Conjunct or Opposing – within 5 degrees. It generally lasts over the course of 2-3 days, and since it follows the lunar orbit, twice a month. It is something to pay attention to. If you want to know more about the Black Moon, and how it may affect you, check out Laura Walker’s Book:

The Black Moon: Guide to Healing the Shadow Side (2011)

It is available for free from her site:  www.oraclereport.com/books

 

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ASTR101 – What is a Black Moon?

I am completely lifting an article from another site (Time and Date.com) due to its relevance to now and the irony about it. I did get rid of all of its internal links – and recommend that if you are interested, please visit them. Time and Date is a very useful site. I use it often as a reference.

Much of Astrological information is plagued by misnomers. One person will name something and something else similar will take its place. So it is with the subject of The Black Moon. If you know anything about The Oracle Report, you have heard of The Black Moon (also referred to at Black moon Lilith and other such names).

THIS ARTICLE talks more about a nickname for a specific moon phase that does not happen very often. You may have hear of a “Blue Moon” or “The Harvest Moon”. This specific usage is in that vein, and I wanted to draw attention to it.

When Is the next Black Moon?

There are several definitions of a Black Moon. It can be the third New Moon in an astronomical season with four New Moons or the second New Moon in the same calendar month.

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The first days after a New Moon.

©bigstockphoto.com/mr. Smith

Black Moon is not a well known astronomical term. In recent years, the term has been made popular by social media, astrologers, and followers of the Wiccan religion.

No Single Definition

There is no single accepted definition of a Black Moon. The term has been commonly used to refer to any of the following phenomena associated with the New Moon:

  • Second New Moon in the same month: These Black Moons are the most common ones, and they occur about once every 29 months. Because of time zone differences, the month they happen in can vary, like the Black Moon in July 2019 (US) or August 2019 (UK).
  • Third New Moon in a season of four New Moons: These Black Moons are a little rarer, and occur about once every 33 months. We divide a year into four seasons – spring, summer, fall (autumn), and winter. Usually, each season has three months and three New Moons. When a season has four New Moons, the third New Moon is called a Black Moon. This is the exact counterpart to the original definition of a Blue Moon, except that Blue Moons are Full Moons.
  • No New Moon in February: About once every 19 years, there is no New Moon in February. This can only happen in February, as this is the only month which is shorter than a lunar month (lunation). When this occurs, both January and March have two New Moons, instead of just one, which is the norm.The next Black Moon by this definition will occur in 2033, while the last one was in 2014. Because of time zone differences, these Black Moons may not happen all over the world. For instance, there is a Black Moon in the most western parts of the US in February 2022, but not in Europe or Australia.
  • No Full Moon in February: About once every 19 years, February does not have a Full Moon. Instead, there are two Full Moons in January and March, also known as a double Blue Moon.The next Black Moon by this definition will occur in 2037, while the last one was in 2018. Because of time zone differences, these Black Moons may not happen all over the world.

Invisible New Moon

New Moon is the Moon phase we cannot see at all from Earth, as only the far side of the Moon is illuminated.

However, 2–5 times a year, the New Moon comes between Earth and the Sun, causing a solar eclipse. The New Moon, or at least a part of it, is then visible as a silhouette in front of the Sun.

Significant in Pagan Culture

Black Moons hold special significance to people who practice certain forms of Pagan religions and who believe certain actions become more potent when performed on the night of a Black Moon.