Thursday, April 13, 2006

Full Moon In Libra, 13th April

Any full moon is about a culmination of energy, but April's full moon in Libra is particularly strong in this energy, as the current pattern of planets repeat and reinforce the message in so many ways.

Firstly, the sun is nearing the end of its time in Aries, and it's the conclusion of a series of eclipses between the Aries/Libra polarity. This means the moon's nodes are also ending their stay in this area of the zodiac too; the end of a cycle that began late 2004.

Ruler of Aries, the mighty and motivated Mars is completing its journey through Gemini, wrapping things up with an opposition to Pluto, a planet that makes a point of being at the no return spot.
And at 90 degree angle to this opposition is communication and mind planet Mercury, also near the end of its stay in Pisces, but also significantly, at the conclusion of its retrograde phase which began late February/early March. It's taken this long for Mercury to step fully out of the shadow phase and return to the retro starting degree.

So the message of this moon speaks strongly of a culmination in events, and according to my internet search, a culmination can be:
- a final climatic stage
- the decisive moment in a novel or play
- a concluding action

Moon in Libra is focused on fairness and justice, and is hungry for equality and balance in relationship, while a full moon brings about fulfilment and fruition. This means events can also bring about a result related to your Libra story that you’ve been waiting for, for a long time.
All kinds of plans, hopes and dreams can manifest and thrive in this kind of atmosphere. So have you been careful what you wished for?

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