The moon will affect some more than others, and there are some zodiac signs the January full moon will affect the least. The January full moon will look bigger and brighter than usual before it disappears from sight during the eclipse, which means that it will be more intense than your typical full moon. A lunar eclipse has a stronger effect on us and can influence our emotions and intentions.
You'll likely find yourself feeling more intuitive than usual, as you'll be more in touch with your needs and desires. You may deal with more mood swings than you're used to, and you could even make some seriously impulsive decisions. These are more general effects of the full moon, but of course, it will be a slightly different experience for everyone, based on your zodiac sign. Bustle spoke with astrologer Lisa Stardust , who said, "The lunar eclipse serves to bring deeper understanding within ourselves, elevating our minds to the highest power.
Stardust says, "This eclipse will bring a new minimal vibe your way, for the better. She says, "A new daily routine will do you good! This can simply mean changing the local coffee shop you frequent or taking a new route to work. If you are having issues, still, please let us know through our facebook page. While the DNS to moontracks.
I am removing the IP address since it should no longer be needed. We rent a server that apparently had a major critical failure. All backups were lost in the process.
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We are rebuilding from an older backup. Unfortunately, this will take us time to rebuild our databases, calendars and all our pages. In all honesty, we noted that there were issues with weird problems popping up as Mercury moved into the first shadow of the recent retrograde approximately December 20, and we are finally on the mend now that Mercury has moved past the second shadow phase February 15, As the calendars and pages are completed we will post the links to them again.
Thank you for your patience. I believe that we have caught all the calendars and appropriately updated them. This is a huge undertaking each year. We occasionally miss a page or two. If you find a page that needs to be fixed, please let us know through our contact page. The free calendars are a labor of love for all to enjoy. Remember, these are based on Tropical Geocentric, and not to be confused with other forms of astrological theories or concepts.
We are in the process of adding the updates for the calendars for We hope to have them all done by the New Year. If the new year has already started and you discover that a calendar has not yet been updated, feel free to let us know via our contact option. There are two Solar Eclipses. The first eclipse is total but the second one is partial. There are also two Lunar Eclipses, and both them are Total.
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Solar eclipses are less condusive to viewing. A person must be in the right area at the right time and the sky must be clear. Also, special devices must to used to protect vision. Lunar Eclipse is more visibility friendly. If the eclipse occurs in your region, the sky is clear and it is dark, you can see it. No special equipment is necessary. We do hope that this individual also contacted the other sites to ask the same question.
However, other web sites predict that Mercury shall enter in Sagittarius on 20th December There might be some other contradictions as well. I have been visiting your web site regularly, but today I saw other web sites and I was confused. Please tell me where the root of this contradiction lies.
For your convenience I am posting some links that contradict moontrack. First things first. Moontracks uses Western based theory, also known as Geocentric Tropical Astrology. The sites that the querent referred us to are Geocentric Sidereal Astrology based. The astrology referred to were Vedic, Hindu, Jyotish, also known as Indian i.
There are plenty of other forms of astrology just to confuse the point. Chinese and Meso-American forms are just two of the many that don't use Sidereal or Tropical zodiac. All of the forms described above are geocentric earth based. Just to add in some more confusion is the Heliocentric forms of astrology which are "Sun" centered. Nutshell is, that not all astrology sites are alike and some will have different ingress dates based on the type of computations being used.
If you have a question about which theory is being used, then ask, politely. Moontracks will continue to utilize Tropical. If our calculations are wrong based on the Tropical Ephemeris, then we will gladly accept the inquiry and fix the error if it is blatant. Wikipedia Sidereal and Tropical. The view of the moon changes once we cross over the earth's equator.
The angle changes along with the directions of the waxing and waning. The majority of the moon phase images on Moon Tracks are driven by the north of the equator perspective.
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The waxing crescent starts from our right and waning completes to our left. South of the equator, that is reversed with the wax starting on the left and wane ends on the right. The two images of the moon phases, side by side, gives us a better understanding of how the same moon phases are viewed from the north and south hemispheres.
A new southern hemisphere moon phase calendar has been added to Moon Tracks. The eclipse will be annular, meaning that this will be like a total eclipse but with a ring of light peeking out around the moon. Approximately two weeks before the solar eclipse will be the lunar eclipse over the eastern hemisphere on April 25, This eclipse will be a penumbral, meaning that it may not be too visible since it will be short and partial.
The last solar eclipse of is a total eclipse. The view-ability will be limited due to the location over the south pacific ocean.
This eclipse belongs to the saros series Check out the time for your area, even if you don't get the chance to see it. The first lunar eclipse for , June 4, is a partial eclipse of lunar saros series Although some areas of the United States will get to experience, the majority of the eclipse will occur over the Pacific Ocean.
The southwestern section of Alaska and all of Hawaii will get to view the partial lunar eclipse without any sunlight competition. Most of Australia will get to view the eclipse as the moon rises between 6 - 10 pm depending on location while all of the west coast in the United States should be able to see a good portion of the partial eclipse as the moon is setting between and a. PDT on the west coast between 4 and 6 a. If you know your timezone, you can adjust the times of the current eclipses.
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If you don't know your timezone, there is a "what's my timezone" link at the bottom of the eclipse page to help you find it. Many photos are posted via slooh. If you didn't get the chance to watch it yourself, treat yourself to the great photography around the internet. Now that Mars has finished up the retrograde motion in Virgo, we can start preparing for Venus to begin the retrograde motion in Gemini. Both signs are ruled by Mercury, so Mercury will again play a strong role in the Venus retrograde. Another interesting fact is that as soon as Venus ingressed Gemini on April 3, the planet also began an Out of Bounds transit that will last for two months.
Venus will start the retrograde motion transit on May 15 and transit in retrograde until June Venus will leave Gemini on August 7. This makes for a very long Venus visit this year. The last time that Venus was retrograde motioning in Gemini was May 16 - June 29, Tomorrow, the retrograde transit of Mars will begin in the sign of Virgo. This is not all bad, you know! There are some real perks to the Mars transiting backward through Virgo.
Did you know that there are a slew of well known athletes born with the Retrograde Mars in Virgo? Who woulda thought of that? Read the article posted at JAstrology Blogspot to learn more about this one. Mars Transit Information. You just might notice a change in some of your favorite pages. I spent this first week of January upgrading and redesigning some of the pages that originated at Lunar Living Astrology to fit better with the Moon Tracks Web theme.
I left the basic calendars alone since those are easier to read as is. However, the following pages have been revamped:. On some of these, the page URL has changed. If you have bookmarks for any of these pages, you might want to update that bookmark. The information is still the same, just the presentation and format have been changed to correspond with the page layouts. I've worked really hard to get all the calendars updated for the new year. If you notice that I've missed something, please feel free to let me know what page is having an issue URL and what you are noticing.
Click on the "contact" link in the menu to the left of the page. It seems like more and more people are becoming interested in the transits through the declinations. I've added three pages devoted to providing this information to you in a format that you can look forward to see what's coming. I've sorted out the planets based on their speed of transit through the declinations.
The Moon has it's own page for obvious reasons. It zips through the declinations.
The personal planets through to Jupiter move quickly, but not at warp speed, so they get a separate page. Then the Outer Planets, along with Saturn, has their own page. Each page will display a small graph at the bottom of the page for the month that you are viewing of those planets for the extra visual of the information.
Enjoy and Happy New Year! The bi-weekly transits graph and aspect list has been updated to remove - but added and The page gives a great visual of what to expect from the transits in the present and future. Sometimes, it is nice to look back as well, so I try to keep a couple of years in there for the retrospect.
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The list also includes Moon ingresses, planetary retrograde and direct stations, as well as all the major aspects. Select a date and check it out. Daily Transits. Everyone loves a countdown. Plus, almost everyone is curious when the next retrograde will begin and end. To answer these questions, I created some scripts that will help you keep track of the next retrograde motion for the major planets.
If the planet is already retrograde, the countdown will shift to the amount of time left to the end of the retrograde.