Posted by on Dec 8, 2011 in Astrology, Full Moon | 0 comments


Saturday December 10 is total eclipse of the Moon. This eclipse can be seen on the Pacific side of North America, over the Pacific Ocean, in Asia, and Europe. Here on the West Coast, the eclipse will be visible about 4:45 AM PST as Earth’s red shadow falls across the big full Moon.

This full Moon is in the exciting and stimulating Air sign Gemini. Curious Gemini loves new ideas, innovative conversations, and unique travels or day trips. But Full Moons increase energy, and an eclipse can bring a veil of confusion, especially during this Mercury retrograde.

So don’t worry if you feel scattered or lose your cell phone, lock your keys in your car, or lose computer connections. Lighten up, have a laugh, and move on — like a true Gemini. Mercury will no longer be retrograde on December 13, and we will be completely clear of any Mercury retrograde influence on the new Moon of December 24.

Luck is with everyone to have a delightful and lively holiday season under Gemini’s effervescent energy, especially the Air signs Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius and those born in Horse, Dog, and Tiger years.

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