This second New Moon in Aries, which takes place in the very last degree of the Ram, coincides with a total solar eclipse.
This Eclipse Full Moon in Taurus is a crunch-time moment, a make-or-break situation. Tensions are high and much is at stake.
This New Moon takes place on the last eclipse in the Sagittarius/Gemini cycle before the nodes retrograde into Taurus and Scorpio.
This Full Moon in Sagittarius will loom large as it rises above the horizon – it is the second of only two Supermoons this year.
This New Moon in Sagittarius is also a total solar eclipse, although it will only be visible in Chile and Argentina, in South America. The effects of it will likely be felt far beyond the range of visibility.