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Frequency Surge Equinox Full Moon

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in Cosmic Inspiration | Comments Off on Frequency Surge Equinox Full Moon

Frequency Surge Equinox Full Moon

Full Moon @ 0 Aries 09 March 20, 2019 @ 9:43pm EDT, 6:43pm PDT March 21 @ 1:43am GMT/UTC, 12:43pm AEDT Image: La Ciudad Hidroespacial (The Hydrospatial City), detail, hanging installation by Gyula Kosece, acrylic, paint, metal and light. Photo taken by author at the Palm Springs (CA) Museum exhibit, December 2017. This Full Moon, at almost the exact moment of Equinox, inserts an exclamation point at this major seasonal turning point of the year. You might remember that there was a Full Moon exclamation point at the Solstice Full Moon last December. Two seasonal exclamation points in a row...

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EARTH DREAM NEW MOON: Impressions

Posted by on Mar 6, 2019 in Cosmic Inspiration | Comments Off on EARTH DREAM NEW MOON: Impressions

EARTH DREAM NEW MOON: Impressions

New Moon @ 15 Pisces 47 March 6, 2019 @11:04am EST, 8:04am PST, 4:04pm GMT/UTC, March 7 @3:04am AEDT Image: “Stjarnfodd,” (means something like “Starborn” in Swedish), photo by Jonna Jinton. See more of Jonna’s inspiring art and hear of her life in the remote Sweden landscape at and on Be sure to listen to her “Song of the Ice,” actually audio of sounds made in a deep frozen lake, powerful earth song which echoes the celestial music. Here is a link to download this extraordinary piece of nature music. She writes, ” Ever since I first heard the...

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DRUZY FULL SUPERMOON

Posted by on Feb 16, 2019 in Cosmic Inspiration | Comments Off on DRUZY FULL SUPERMOON

DRUZY FULL SUPERMOON

Full Moon @ 0 Pisces-Virgo 42 February 19, 10:53am EST, 7:53am PST, 3:53pm GMT February 20, 2:53am AEDT Image: Druzy earrings sparkle above felted landscape of Vermont Winter Shadows, by author. It wasn’t until I finished writing this Cosmic News that I tuned into the fact that I had named the July 27, 2018 eclipse as the “Doozy, Druzy Vortex Eclipse.” I was about to use the very same image, which is what nudged my brain cells. Something must be resonating with that powerful total eclipse. Is that true in your experience? Then I remembered that for that July article I was...

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COSMIC GLITTER NEW MOON

Posted by on Jan 30, 2019 in Cosmic Inspiration | Comments Off on COSMIC GLITTER NEW MOON

COSMIC GLITTER NEW MOON

New Moon @ 15 Aquarius 45 February 4, 4:04pm EST, 1:04pm PST, 9:04pm GMT February 5, 8:10am AEDT Image: Section of “La Ciudad Hidroespacial” (“The Hydrospatial City”), installation by Gyula Kosice, created from acrylic, paint, metal and light, exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum, CA, 2017. Photo by author. With courage in our hearts, we raise our arms to welcome a shimmering cosmic influx that changes everything. This electric Aquarian New Moon follows-up the powerful portal of the January 20-21 Total Super Moon Eclipse (doesn’t that seem SO long ago?!). It...

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SUPER MOON ECLIPSE PORTAL

Posted by on Jan 18, 2019 in Cosmic Inspiration | Comments Off on SUPER MOON ECLIPSE PORTAL

SUPER MOON ECLIPSE PORTAL

Image: Total Eclipse of January 31, 2018, photo by Cosmic News reader Peggy Lenahan. One year later, here we go again with a supermoon eclipse, taking us to the next level! 2019 has started right out with eclipses, the first subtle solar eclipse on January 6 and now our first (total!) lunar eclipse changes the color and tone of our experience early on in the new year. Sandwiched tightly between Saturn and Pluto, this is a ‘no-nonsense,’ ‘Big Happenings are happening’ opening window into a fast-tracked year. All year, we continue to be under the disciplined regimen of...

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NEW YEAR SOLAR ECLIPSE

Posted by on Jan 5, 2019 in Cosmic Inspiration | Comments Off on NEW YEAR SOLAR ECLIPSE

NEW YEAR SOLAR ECLIPSE

New Moon @ 15 Capricorn 25 January 5, 2019, 8:29pm EST, 5:29pm PST, January 6, 1:29pm GMT, 12:29pm AEDT Image: This image was recently shared by NASA just in time for this fusion of Sun/Moon in rock-loving Capricorn. Four billion miles away, distant planetoid Ultima Thule is a ‘contact binary,’ two small fused lobes that rotate together every 15 hours. New Horizons spacecraft, the one that sent us the fabulous photos of Pluto in 2014, continued further into the Kuiper Belt for this historic remote flyby, sending back photos of this odd ‘planetessimal’ to begin this...

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