Third Quarter Moon Phase (Saturday): reassess, revise
Balsamic Moon Phase (Sunday): release, clear, dream
Moon in Sagittarius/Scorpio (5:25 pm ET/10:25 pm UT)
Ruling Wisdom Goddess: Matangi (Goddess of the Wind)
Skill (Saturday): bid farewell to the old
Skill (Sunday): clear and refresh whatever needs it
Positive Imprints: hope, refreshment, fairness, flowers and the healing power of flowers, personal growth, patience, finding new use or noticing new interest, opportunities, ambitions, return of personal power
Catalysts for Change: mistrust, stuck in a situation that is not in our highest and best interests, preventing or standing in the way of other's growth, inflexible, impatient, lack of sensitivity, destruction of something, impossible standards, putting things off, uncompromising
Love is a good reason for celebration any day, but today (Saturday) there's another reason to celebrate: today is the last day of the year-long energy of "the ruler of a nation." The prime opportunity to establish agendas of control and domination over the collective effectively ends today.
This is because today is the last day of the Third Quarter Moon phase of the lunar month that is the Third Quarter time of year. In the natural cycle of life, Third Quarter Moons signal the completion of energy established at New Moons. When we apply this to the year, we are at the last day of the astrological "year" that began on March 30, 2014. The cycle or opportunity closes. The new (unnatural) world order's hopes for world domination are vanishing. Those efforts are no longer empowered. It could have been very, very bad, but it didn't happen and it was the best chance they had to make it happen. We are all still here, poised at the edge of the return of the old ways, the natural ways. V for victory.
Balsamic Moon Phase, the phase that begins Sunday, is the last phase of the Moon before it becomes new again. It is not really part of the last month and not part of the next month. Energetically, it is not the end of the month; it is the transition phase. It operates outside time and space, clearing the field and preparing it for the new. Sunday begins our entry into two months of Balsamic or transitional energy that prepares, builds, and leads to the new astrological year. The new astrological year begins with the New Moon in Aries on April 18, 2015. I go into more detail to explain this in the audio recording for the overview of the upcoming lunar month, which is posted on the Homepage of www.oraclereport.com.
So you could say that Saturday is New Year's Eve and then we go into two months of "dreaming" before New Year's Day on April 18. We will be well-rested and well-prepared for New Year's Day because we have two months of the closest possible connection with Spirit. Divine inspiration, guidance, and assistance is on the way to prepare us for the upcoming year, the year of "the music of the spheres."
You may notice the shift in energy on Sunday with a burst of energy or optimism or some other change in perspective. It may be brief, but that's ok. If you don't notice a change, that's ok, too. Most likely your personal astrological chart is being influenced and has you occupied with other things, which is part of your own journey with the energy. You will feel it later.
Saturday's energy is pure, simple and gentle. However, mind chatter, expectations, and the need to break free from certain situations, relationships, and circumstances considerably complicates things. Saturday's events are catalysts for clarity that arrives on Sunday. Clarity on how our spirits can remain free is offered. If a situation is suffocating you, it will become more evident this weekend. Spirits want to break free under these dynamics.
The Sabian symbols for the weekend are loaded with illumination. "Daybreaks in the Eastern sky" and "harvest moons" are included. Light seeks us. It is a time to reflect on what it has taken us to get to wherever we are right now in life. Wise owls have been "holding the line" all year long, maintaining emotional equilibrium and keeping the field in place as best we can while the old structure has been falling.
As it falls, we remain standing and at the ready for refugees of the old world.
Job well done, wise owls. Let's celebrate.