Astrologer Pam Younghans writes this weekly astrological journal based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you in making the best use of current energies. This column is not intended as prediction. Your own experience will be more specifically defined by transits to your personal chart.
Aspects of Note this Week:
All times listed are Pacific Daylight Time. (For Eastern Time, add 3 hours; For Greenwich Mean Time, add 7 hours.)
MON: Mercury enters Gemini TUE: Full Moon 4:51 a.m. PDT WED: Mars conjunct Chiron, Sun sextile Eris THU: Sun trine Saturn, Venus conjunct North Node, Sun square Neptune FRI: No major aspects are exact today SAT: Venus square Saturn, Venus sextile Neptune SUN: Sun quincunx Pluto
STRAWBERRY SUPER MOON: The current lunar cycle reaches its climax this Tuesday, June 14. The Full Moon that occurs in June is known as the Strawberry Moon in the traditions of many Native American tribes of the Northeastern United States, due to the region's wild strawberries that ripen in the late spring and early summer.
This year's Strawberry Moon will also be a supermoon, which means it will appear larger and brighter than typical Full Moons. A supermoon occurs when the Moon is close to perigee (at its closest proximity to the Earth) at the time it opposes the Sun. It is said that the gravitational pull of the Full Moon is stronger when it is a supermoon. This heightens its effect on our emotional, mental, and physical bodies, and also increases the possibility of tectonic movement (earthquakes) and other natural events...
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Pam Younghans is a professional astrologer, editor, and writer. She lives in a log home northeast of Seattle, Washington with her beloved animal companions. She has been interpreting charts professionally for over 25 years.