- 3:19 pm - Sat, Aug 9, 2014
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An insightful take on the tomorrow’s Super Moon. I only needed to read it once to get it. #stylecoven
Photo taken from Google images – wallpho.com
Super Moon 10.08.2014 – Moon Rise 19:10:00 GMT - London
Brace yourselves because here comes the second full Super Moon of 2014, rising in Capricorn on the 10th August at 19:10:00 GMT (London). This moon will be closer to the Earth than the one we had on 12th July, therefore its affects slightly more significant.
The super moon rises at 18 degrees Capricorn, opposition the Sun, Black Moon Lilith in Cancer and Mercury in Leo. Also, the super moon is in trine to the North Node in Virgo and in sextile to the South Node/conjunct Uranus in Pisces. There is a big opportunity here for unique enterprises to begin in any form that serves the public, to express ones individuality in creating something truly unique is the theme. The other side of the coin is this! In the excitement of such opportunities, the lack of discipline and too much attention to detail can make us blind to the bigger picture; therefore a lot of energy can be wasted on trivialities. There is also an emphasis on a lot of talking, but not much action. Personal identity and long range direction is needed by using our own judgment. The Moon is also in square to Saturn in Libra, causing us to doubt ourselves and lack the energy needed which can cause us to become inhibited and isolated.
The moon/mercury aspects can make us over talk our worries and basically alienate us from others by not being clear and precise about our concerns and by not being mentally focused and objective in our approach toward others, issues from the past may be the block. Saturn, Mercury and Black Moon Lilith really play havoc with our self esteem and can leave us emotionally vulnerable by their aspects to the Moon.
Watch out for ‘retail therapy’, wasting money on things that are not really needed, misunderstandings, due to a lack of ability to express ourselves clearly, pettiness and worrying about minor concerns.
- 2:59 pm
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Moonstones for the upcoming “Super Moon” from Paris Couture Antiques. Went searching through the browsers for just the right example and still could not find a photo with the luster of the moonstone ring I have on my right hand right now, but when all else fails … vintage is best.
- 6:43 pm
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Torchère au tambourin, Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, 1873. Opéra Garnier, Paris.
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- 4:07 pm - Fri, Dec 13, 2013
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A Quick Honey Jar Spell for a X-mas Estate Sale
Honey (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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