On Saturday, October 31st, there will be a Full Moon at 8'38 degrees Taurus and exactly conjunct the unpredictable planet Uranus, making this year's Halloween night extra spooky. Here's what to expect.
On Friday, October 16th, 2020, at around 3:30 PM EST, we will have a New Moon at 23'53 degrees of Libra. Here's what to expect.
What is Mercury Retrograde?
A retrograde planet is one that appears to be moving in the opposite direction. Astrologically, this means that the energies represented by the planet are directed backwards or inward. Retrograde periods are often riddled with delays and disruption, but they don't have to be. These periods are not so much a time for action, but a time for reflection. Retrograde periods are also loaded with synchronicity and karma. So, they can also be periods of magic and manifestation if you just focus within rather than without. Things from the past will return to us. This could be people from our past, including from our past lives, situations, or memories that we thought we had forgotten about, or maybe just lessons that we're getting a second chance at learning after having failed the first time around.
On Thursday, October 1st, at approximately 5:05 PM EST, we will have a Full Moon at 9'08 degrees of the fierce and fiery sign of Aries. Here's what to expect.
Who is Kamala Harris?
Kamala Harris is a former prosecutor & senator from Oakland California, and running mate to former Vice President, Joe Biden. If he wins, she will be the first ever African-American, Asian-American and female Vice President. To read more about her platform, you can click here.
What is a New Moon?
A New Moon represents the beginning of the lunar cycle when the moon is conjunct the sun and invisible to the human eye. New Moons are a good time for fresh starts and new beginnings. It is a good time to start a new project or make a radical change. It's also a good time to find clarity on what you want and release what no longer serves you. The effects of a New Moon generally last for about two weeks, up until the next Full Moon.