Sunday’s horoscope sees a Full Moon eclipse in Capricorn occur in the very early hours of the morning. This eclipse is visible from much of Western Europe, Africa, North and South America.
The effect is very faint, as part of the Moon merely passes behind the Earth’s outer shadow.
So if you happen to catch the Full Moon in the early hours, it should emit a faint eerie feeling over its upper edge.
But faint or not, this eclipse signifies changes for the western way of life.
Something ends today, making rooms for new things, yet to come, to take its place.
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Once this last eclipse in Capricorn – and the final eclipse of the season – is over, you are ready to start a new project.
The Moon Conjuncts gas giant Jupiter and distant dwarf Pluto by midnight tonight.
Astrological Conjunctions are believed to be the most powerful aspect in astrology, mutually intensifying the effects of the planets involved; they are a major point in an individual’s chart.
Whether the conjunction in question is regarded as beneficial or detrimental depends on the specific planets involved.
Today’s aspect may leave you in no doubt as to what needs to be done.