2020 Scorpio Full Moon in Snake Month

Posted by on May 4, 2020 in Astrology, Chinese Astrology, Feng Shui, Full Moon, Tarot | 0 comments

May 7 2020 at 3:45 am PDT is a full Moon in Scorpio. Water sign Scorpio rules the 8th house of sex, rebirth, and transformation. There is emotion intensity during a full Moon, especially now under the influence of deep and penetrating Scorpio. Plus this is a super moon that will appear larger in the night sky.

The full Moon trines Neptune in Pisces whereby subconscious feeling can come to the surface, and imagination is stimulated for artistic and creative work. There is increased empathy and compassion for others.

The full Moon makes a harmonious sextile with the Sun, Mercury, and Uranus in Taurus. There is an understanding of the needs of others, making this is an ideal time for communication with family, friends, and neighbors. There will interest in the latest technology and new ideas.

If relationships become strained for those staying at home during Covid-19, fortunately Venus in Gemini trines Mars in Aquarius. This aspect is lucky for romance and balance in partnerships. For relationship insights, contact me for your tarot card reading.

This full Moon marks the peak of Metal Snake month, the first of two Metal Snake months in a row. If at home due to Covid-19, know that isolation is easier during a Snake month than any other astrology sign. The element Metal rules the lungs in Chinese medicine, so take care of your lungs. Under the influence of introverted Snake, it’s time to shed skins of the past, pare down, and simplify this spring.

The Jupiter, Saturn, and Pluto conjunct continues in Capricorn and early Aquarius. Jupiter’s expansion, Saturn’s structure, and Pluto’s rebirth bring transformation on may levels, especially in the Capricorn financial and Aquarius political arenas.

Opportunities for emotional understanding and intuitive perception are for all, and are most powerful for Water signs Scorpio, Cancer, and Pisces and those born in Tiger, Rabbit, Snake, and Sheep years.

Happy full Moon,


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