In this elemental year of the spatially aware ‘Metal Rat’, few kids will be knocking on All Hallows doors (for obvious – distancing – reasons) without first checking an escape route – just in case. But should anyone hear a loud and mighty ‘Whaaaahahhaaa’ at any point over the witching weekend just remember how easy it is to sometimes be caught off-guard, especially over a spooky Halloween Blue Moon. 


Cracks in Earth’s magnetosphere recently opened wider than usual, since the new Virgo Moon (17th September), allowing harder-faster solar winds to enter Earth’s atmosphere. Now with added solar flares (at the exciting start of Solar Cycle 25), these flaring winds blow into our Equinox Full Moon to create geomagnetic storms that bring the solar ‘Light-of-Intelligence’ to create fabulous auroras around the poles and changing weather patterns to the planet – as well as changes within ourselves.

Halfway through the playful and inquisitive, versatile sign of the Gemini, the Sun is currently making a rare ‘Venus Star Point’. As the Gemini Sun now conjuncts relationship-orientated Venus it creates a dramatic five-pointed star encapsulated within the zodiac’s magical circle. A Venus Star Point shows how we love and what turns us on. A bit like a rose unfolding a new petal, delicate yet strong, each Venus Star Point boldly reveals the tender bloom of our heart’s delight to stimulate the senses. Right now, in Gemini, this magical ‘Star’ indicates a love of the mind and the way we communicate; it tells how we care about those we consider brothers and sisters – our community, and what they think about,

When the emotional Moon is full in deep and powerful Scorpio we experience profound feelings that test us in critical and crucial ways. While we might not always like how we feel about certain situations or what we see over this Full Moon, Scorpio’s influence encourages us to use our present circumstance as a means of transformation, to transmute anything we consider a shadow upon our natural clarity, with precision and care.

✰ LOVE LIGHT HEALS on WORLD HEALTH DAY ✰ The second and largest of 2020’s SuperMoons is also April’s romantic ‘Pink Moon’. In the thoughtful and influential, air sign Libra, symbol of balance and equanimity, contracts and partnership, bouquets and beauty, as well as the scales that dictate legality and legislation, the emotional need over this Libra Super Moon is to weigh-up (karmic) action and the convictions we share about the peace, love and freedom we can experience, all within the confines of our home – and shrine

This Full Virgo Super Moon horoscope exhibits a high changeability factor due to ‘The Lights’, Sun and Moon, both being in ‘mutable signs’. Accenting an emotional need to move on from being stuck in our mind – or heart – and to be in our flow when a Full Virgo Moon reflects the light of a glowing Sun as it courses through watery Pisces, sign of forgiveness and compassion and imaginative dreams that coalesce humanity’s divine unity (within), enabling us to more easily tune into our innate human ‘love-wisdom’.

Stay sharp and cool as an electrical flash of airy realisation often comes with the Aquarian Sun, and feel the glowing warmth of humanity’s beating heart, as the fiery Full Leo Moon is reinforced by relationship planets, also in fire signs, to make for a highly spirited Full Moon. Elementally aligned, loving Venus in assertive Aries and energetic Mars in far-sighted Sagittarius set a dynamic pace.

The first of SIX eclipses in one year (!!) is actually a Penumbral Eclipse, i.e. partial, and not a total Lunar Eclipse. So the Queen of the Night sky can look slightly fainter but shine much as she usually does during an ordinary Full Moon.

A Full Gemini Moon that culminates on the 12th of the 12th 2019 (=12!) numerically empowers with a triple enshrined number of completion – ‘12’: so fitting for the last Full Moon of the Year. And as the 20’s beckon – albeit tentatively with righteous caution, it is events and situations that surround this curious end-of-decade Gemini Moon that we discover and disseminate all kinds of info that could make sense of our current quest to keep the flame of hope alive.

For those who look up to the starry firmament and wonder why the brightest light in the night sky, our beautiful Moon, is often referred to in folklore and astrological parlance as the ‘Triple Moon Goddess’, well, this is the Full Moon for you. With an ‘exalted’ and still earthy, crazy intense, Taurean Full Moon, we get to experience all three natural archetypes to full effect, with Maiden, Mother and Crone shining brightly against a twinkling starry background of interlinking relationships.