The Full Moon at 29°18″ Taurus on November 21, 2010 10:27AM PST is the second of six Full Moons falling on the anaretic degree (the final being the Full Moon in Leo on February 18, 2011) suggesting to me we are in the midst of putting the finishing touches on issues related the houses in your chart this sequence of lunations fall in.
How easy we will get off depends on how the other planets aspect each of the lunations and this Full Moon in Taurus is being squared by the Neptune-Chiron conjunction [...]
This is the second Full Moon in Aries (the first was September 23, 2010 at 0°15″ Aries) and at 29°26″ Aries on October 22, 2010 6:37 PM PDT, it contains both the sense of having completed one cycle and the seeds for a new one.
When the lunar cycles from New Moon to Full Moon follow a natural progression, i.e. New Moon in Libra followed by Full Moon in Aries rather than in Taurus as it was last year, we feel a sense of ease. Do you remember walking arm in arm with someone and [...]
Be prepared for fireworks and plenty of hot air with the Full Moon in Aquarius opposing the Sun in Leo at 3° 00″ on July 25, 2010 6:37 PM PDT, as there are no planets in water signs in this chart and consequently the ability to empathize with others will be difficult to access.
There are two major patterns formed: First, the now notorious cardinal T-square with Uranus and Jupiter in Aries opposing Saturn in Libra and both square to Pluto in Capricorn; and second, a Mystic Rectangle with the Sun in Leo opposing the Moon in Aquarius, Saturn in [...]
All Full Moons are in opposing signs, complementary but on opposite sides of the zodiac wheel, and this one at 6°33′ Sagittarius on May 27, 2010 is only one of several oppositions in this chart making it a great opportunity to review how to work with oppositions in general.
It only makes sense to begin a look at how the Sun in chatty Gemini relates to the Moon in adventurous Sagittarius. In my opinion, the most important factor in any astrological opposition is the signs are in compatible elements, in this case air and fire. Gemini loves learning [...]
After the intensity of the past two eclipses, the Full Moon at 10°14′ Leo on January 29 will be much easier to live with (January 30 in the Eastern Hemisphere).
The chart for this lunation has three main conversations – one between the Moon conjunct Mars in Leo opposing the Sun conjunct Venus in Aquarius, Jupiter in Pisces sextile Pluto in Capricorn, and Saturn in Libra exactly squaring Pluto. Mercury in Capricorn, Neptune in Aquarius, and Uranus in Pisces form only minor aspects and are content to mutter quietly in the background.