Posts Tagged "Metal Ox"

2021 Aquarius New Moon begins Chinese New Year of the Ox

Posted by on Feb 7, 2021 in Animals, Astrology, Chinese Astrology, ChineseNewYear, New Moon | 2 comments

2021 Aquarius New Moon begins Chinese New Year of the Ox

  To sign up for this Lunar Astrology Newsletter, please send your email address to susan@susanlevitt.com. NEW MOON in AQUARIUS begins CHINESE NEW YEAR of the OX February 11 2021 is a new Moon in Aquarius at 11:06 am PST that begins Metal Tiger month and Metal Ox year. The date is February 12 in China because Beijing is 16 hours head of the time zone here in San Francisco. That is why if you research the lunar new year date online, it’s listed as Feb 12. Chinese New Year is the second new Moon after Winter Solstice. In early agricultural communities, people often went for days without...

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2020 Capricorn New Moon begins Gold Ox Month

Posted by on Jan 9, 2021 in Astrology | 0 comments

  Sunday January 17 at 2 pm PST join me on Zoom for my 2021 Year of the Metal Ox lecture for Chinese New Year. Tickets are at https://www.eastwestbooks.org/events/ox-year-17jan21. Come with your questions for Ox year about the fortunes for all 12 zodiac signs, and take away New Year feng shui tips. January 12 2021 at 9:00 pm PST is a new Moon in Capricorn. Earth sign Capricorn rules the 10th house of career and finance, making this a good time to get centered with practical matters. The new Moon, Sun, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, and Pluto are all together in a planetary stellium. A...

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Feb 4 – Feb 10 2013 THIS WEEK IN CHINESE ASTROLOGY

Posted by on Feb 3, 2013 in Astrology, Chinese Astrology | 2 comments

Please join me for free SNAKE YEAR 2013 mini astrology readings! At Bloomingdale’s, 845 Market Street in San Francisco. Thurs Feb 7 and Fri Feb 8 from 6 – 8 pm. Sat Feb 9 and Sun Feb 10 from 2 – 5 pm. This week’s highlights are double Ox on Monday, double Dragon on Thursday, and the new Moon very late Saturday night at 11:20 pm PST starts the year of the Water Snake. (Note that Chinese New Year will be listed as Feb 10 on some calendars.) Good bye Dragon year! We won’t see another Dragon year until 2024. Monday Feb 4 – Back to work as the week begins on a...

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