Full Moon of May, 2012

May 5, 2012 at 12:12 am | Posted in Astrology, Lunations | 2 Comments
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Supermoon 2012

This full moon is a bit different from the others this year.  It has been nicknamed “Supermoon 2012.”  Bigger and brighter than other full moons, it is unusually good for romance.  (A number of new Aquarians and maybe a few Capricorns will be started tonight.)  The moon does have a risk: some people will engage in mischief, likely mean spirited, that they should avoid.  Watch for criminal behavior.

Here is the chart for the Full Moon of May, 2012

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If you are a beginning analyst (astrological analyst), then the following chart may be helpful:

I am going to make a bold leap and assume that, if you are reading this blog, you understand the dynamics of a Taurus Sun / Scorpio Moon Full Moon.  At sixteen degrees, these planets (astrologers call the Sun & Moon planets, just in case you do not know) are on top of the Fixed Sign 15 degree points that some (many) argue are “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.”  That is, some argue that the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” of the Book of Revelations in the Christian New Testament is actually a code for the 15 degree points.  These points are also associated with the “Quarter Days” which are in turn represented by various holidays in the United States and other cultures: Cinco de Mayo, Halloween, etc.  We note that this Full Moon actually occurs on Cinco de Mayo.

That said….

Particularly interesting is the Jupiter / Uranus semisquare.  Jupiter / Uranus aspects are associated with “luck” and such things as lotto winnings.  They also present reversal of fortune for some.  Expect big wins and loses about this date.  In sports, “upsets” are likely more common at this time.


  1. “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” Wow! I didn’t know this, very interesting.


    • Nothing I read in a book; all word of mouth a number of years ago. Some people argue about 25 fixed instead of 15. In some ways this makes sense because, then, Algol is in aspect.


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