WW – October 2016 Dark Scorpio Moon

This coming Sunday, October 30th, the Dark Scorpio Moon arrives (also known as the New Moon in Scorpio). For a little info about it, from someone more well-versed in astrology than myself, here’s a snippet of an article over at Elephant Journal.

New Moon in Scorpio: Only those who Believe in Magic will Find It. by Kate Rose.

On Sunday, October 30th there will be a magical new moon in Scorpio.

Scorpio is the sign of passion and desire. It’s perfect timing to determine what our hearts want and then relentlessly pursuing it.

This year, the new moon is close to Samhain, the ancient Celtic celebration of marking the half way point between the light and the dark of seasons, summer and winter. It is also the time when the veil between the living and dead is most thin, allowing spirits to travel from one dimension to the next.

There is magic brewing.

New moon is always a time when something is itching to start anew.

Our inner divine light and that of the divine being we believe in wants us to follow our own path to happiness, satisfaction and love, yet sometimes we aren’t yet ready to do it.

September rocked us to the core with the torrent of eclipses that we felt in every aspect of our lives. I was hoping that October would be more calm, but sometimes we need chaos before we are able to feel peace.

Be sure to check out the rest of her article – as I said, this is only a small piece of it, and the rest is very informative as well.

Here’s the graphic I created for the occasion. Bright Dark Moon Blessings!

October 2016 Dark Scorpio Moon

October 2016 Dark Scorpio Moon. Dark moon in Scorpio. October 30th at 1:38pm EST. Scorpio is a water sign with intense, passionate and perceptive energies. Magical workings include: new projects, power, secrets, relationships (especially lovers), prosperity, and transformations at a fundamental level. October 2016 Dark Scorpio Moon

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