Moonsglow by Gaelle
This is a great time to get chores done, communicate with relatives and tend to all the things in your community that may not be as “perfect” as you can make them.
Be careful of self-criticism this weekend and do your best not to judge others. Instead ask them what they need to get their job done. This will be a great weekend for Leo and Sagittarius and Aries when the sun moves into Aries and the spring officially begins in the Northern Hemisphere.
Aquarius will have a good weekend with personal goals but will need to work with patience with others. Uranus has now entered Aries so the emphasis will be on changing the world we live in so that everyone can get what they need. Be sure to participate in any civic activity aimed at creating fairness globally.
Taurus, Capricorn, Virgo, Cancer and Scorpio will have challenging weekend filled with self-reflection, but there is a reward for those who make it through the weekend without getting into too many arguments. Push things to the limit but be careful not to break anything or anyone.
Libra will be showered with more love and Gemini will be a bit bored this weekend.
We are beginning the Astrological New Year Saturday after 5. This event also happens to coincide with the Perigee of the Moon.
Meaning the moon is the closest point to the earth and it is in this stage that it appears largest that it can be in its 18 year cycle.
According to The Chabot Science and Space Center , the light from the moon at its perigee (closest to the earth) makes it appear about 14% larger and 30% brighter than the moon typically appears. In about 9 years the moon will be at its apogee point Which is the furthest point from the earth.
You can see Saturday’s Full Worm Moon in the San Francisco East bay at sunset when it rises in the east. Be sure to get out and see it (if it is not still raining), because you will not see another one like it for 18 years.