Aquarius Full Moon Lunar Eclipse
The Aquarius Full Moon Lunar Eclipse is exact on Monday at 11:11 AM PT. It takes place at 15.25° Aquarius/Leo. This Full Moon Lunar Eclipse focuses on the issues of other versus self. Moon in Aquarius concentrates on a concern for universal ideas and the social sphere of humanitarian concerns. Sun in Leo directs attention to personal creativity and the individual. The modern ruler of Aquarius is Uranus, the planet of eccentricity and rebellion. My favorite simile for a Lunar Eclipse is having one’s head plunged under water until you think you are on the brink of death, and then suddenly resurfacing into a new life. Aquarius and Leo are part of the fixed axis along with Taurus and Scorpio. The fixed axis is known for being stubborn and inflexible. The Full Moon is a time of culmination. Any Full Moon indicates that certain affairs will come to their natural conclusion. Both the Moon in Aquarius and the Sun in Leo ask that you express your unique spirit, particularly with Uranus, the planet of freedom involved. Mars at 11.43° Leo is conjunct the Sun and opposite the Moon, making this Aquarius Full Moon Lunar Eclipse even more intense and volatile than usual. While Jupiter, at 17.57° Libra is sextiling the Sun and trining the Moon, contributing ease and grace, or a safety valve in this situation.