Today’s Oracle takes us to the Libra weekly for March 26, 1999.
The funny thing about Blue Moons is, they’ve been showing up quite often lately. I have not been keeping count, but this reportedly rare condition — of two Full Moons occurring within one calendar month — seems to be breeding like a rabbit. There’s yet another Blue Moon coming March 31. In Libra, by the way. (And in the Western US, the timing is perfect to watch the astronomically exact opposition between the Sun and the Moon cross the horizon that evening. find a high place with views of both horizons.) All I can say is, the Blue Moon chart is juicy, and it rings like bells, and its skin is as soft as … well, a Libra’s bottom. I am going to take a week off from suggesting any glorious possibilities for you; I might fall far short of what’s coming.
The Saturn-Pluto conjunction is separating, but still strongly influencing our experience. While this event will happen two or three times in the lives of most people, this particular instance is a moment of convergence and reckoning for the world and for us as individuals.
Eric has completed recording RESPECT, the 2020-2021 Planet Waves annual readings, to cover the momentous astrology of the coming year-plus. You can read more about the project, and order the readings for instant access, here.