On April 19, 2019, at 11:12 am, GMT, there is a Full Moon across the Aries-Libra axis, the axis of equality and relationships. It is the second consecutive Full Moon across the same zodiac axis after the last full moon on March 21, 2019. This in itself is something relatively rare and seems to give us all a second chance to restore balance in relationships and collaborations that may have been shaken within March. The second opportunity, however, seems to be the last, in line with the anaeretic degrees occupied by the Lights.
Let us also not forget that this Full Moon comes right after the April 5 New Moon – that New Moon activated the last solar eclipse (January 6 2019), which spoke of an accumulated oppression of self-expression that planted the seed for permanent disruptions in relationships and collaborations. Therefore, if no proper compromise can be now achieved, then one of the two parts in a relationship or collaboration will depart, perhaps suddenly, in line with Uranus’ involvement in the Full Moon axis.
Of equally great interest is the – once again – rare fact that the positions of three planets, Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto, activate a series of recent and upcoming eclipses. Thus, Saturn occupies the degree of both the July 13 2018 solar eclipse and the January 10 2020 lunar eclipse, Pluto occupies the degree of the July 16 2019 lunar eclipse, while Jupiter occupies the degree of the December 14 2020 solar eclipse. Combined, the above eclipse activations cover the entire period of eclipses across the Cancer-Capricorn axis and reveal the central position of the current Full Moon.
More specifically, it seems that duties, obligations and power games that have appeared in our lives since 2018 start to wither away around this Full Moon (Saturn-Pluto in conjunction with the Lunar South Node). This way, by the end of 2020, we will have seen the fruits of our efforts that aim at opening up new horizons that serve ideals, values and moves of an ideal and alternative nature (Jupiter = Mercury/Neptune = Venus/Neptune = Mars/Chiron = Neptune/Chiron). Therefore, one should pay special attention to this Full Moon because it is of central importance within the 2018-2020 three-year period. In any case, we wish you enjoy the Full Moon!