Full Snow Moon in Virgo
February 27, 2021
08 Virgo 57
3:17 am EST
For millennia, people across Europe, as well as Native American tribes, named the months after features they associated with the Northern Hemisphere seasons, and many of these names are very similar or identical (dateandtime.com). The February Full Moon is commonly known as the Snow Moon. This year, across the entire global Northern Hemisphere from North America through Europe, Northern Africa and Asia we all have experienced unprecedented accumulations of snowfall. Typically, snow is associated with cold and unpleasant attributes; however, every snowflake contains an inner beauty held within its crystalline structure that serves as a reminder that every human also has a unique inner beauty waiting to be discovered and revealed.
Full Wolf Moon in Leo
January 28, 2021
09 Leo 05
2:16 pm EST
The Native American tribes’ name for the January Full Moon is the Wolf Moon. The Native Americans associated the wolf with mountains, high places and as a teacher and guide to sacred things. (Earth Medicine- K. Meadows). Wolves howl as a way of communicating with other wolves and do this more frequently during mating season, between January and March. (https://animalcorner.org/animals/wolves/). Although we may not be privy to the sound of howling wolves, we can use the naming of the Wolf Full Moon to remind us to move our awareness internally, to seek out our inner guru and all-important guidance system designed specifically for us.
New Moon Capricorn – Wormhole passage closes
Jan 13, 2021
23º 13’ Capricorn
0:00 am EST; Jan 12, 9:00 pm PST; Jan 13, 5:00 am GT
Alchemy comes from the ashes.
The Sun, Moon, and Pluto are all at 23 & 24 Capricorn.
Picture sitting in a graveyard at night. The Moon is new, so all is dark. Since it is too dark to see, your senses are heightened. The energy is thick with unrest. In the shadows, you feel movement is happening.
This could be scary.