Full Moon in Pisces on 9-10 of October 2022: Big Changes Ahead
This Full Moon in Pisces is Very significant. Significant because Pisces is the last sign of the zodiac. Pisces is a water sign. Pisces is also known as the sign that “let things go.” Meaning, it is the sign where all ends.
Then next, right across from Pisces, is Aries. Aries as being the sign where all New things begins.
This Full Moon starts at midnight on the 9th of October and early morning on the 10th of October.
As we all know, Full Moon indicates some culmination and or a breaking point; the end of a cycle and a new beginning, however, by the Full Moon being in Pisces, this is double reinforcement! Further, with this Full Moon in Pisces, the Moon is shining its light straight on the opposite sign of Virgo. Virgo as being the sign of productivity, analytical; hard working, detail, and perfection. Virgo is also the house of sickness, and as well the house of health.
Pisces is connected with our deepest wounds; with our deepest feelings; with our deepest emotions. With our deepest sufferings. It is connected to the deepest of our soul. However, Pisces can provides healing as well. Pisces is about going with the flow; getting sentimental, dreaming. Pisces highlights the sensitivities of our emotions. But at the same time Pisces wants us be grounded so we can handle well our emotions and can get ahead in life.
Further, Pisces is govern by Jupiter. And during this Full Moon in Pisces, Jupiter is in its own zodiac house,= Pisces! Here Jupiter as the lord of Pisces, will enhance a sense of hope; of abundance, and a sense of growth in us spiritually.
And fascinating as well, Pisces is in the Nakshatra Revati. Meaning, Revati is the last Nakshatra of the zodiac! Revati is govern by Mercury, and its deity is Pushan, the nourishing form of the Sun God. Pushan is a female that provides abundance by providing proper nourishment. As the deity of Revati Nakshatra, she has the power of nourishment symbolized by milk! Pushan in Revati Naksahtra is very auspicious by nature, connected with abundance,+ and wealth, care and happiness. Pushan creates abundance by properly and sharp intelligence, by having control of our senses by having nourishment for everyone involve. Revati helps everyone that put the effort getting ahead.
Pushan as in the male form, and during this Full Moon, is offering for the ending of old contract and the beginning of new contracts, and or the ending of what no longer serve. He is offering for New references; New contacts, and very important as well, he is offering for the protection for our children direction. Revati Nakshatra also represents journeying. In fact it may represents the journey of our soul; it may represents our final journey from this life to the next- being the end or final Nakshatra. It protects the soul in the next level of our journey.
Pushan is related with cattle. He directs group of cattle behavior and journeying,+ and gives them protection. He shows them the direction+ guides them to the next level; guides them to their next journey. This means that the deity Pushan is a shepherd. The shepherd always leads the sheep or cattle to safety, right?
Fascinating, is it not?
So according to Vedic astrology, this Full Moon in Pisces can anticipate the END of an Era. It is obvious that all the facts+ and the positions of some planets at this time are aiming at that! And we are be aware of our emotions during this Full Moon, and throughout the following fifteen days. This Full Moon ends giving us a solar eclipse on the 25th of October.+ a New Moon in Libra! Further, let us keep in mind that October is number ten. And the number ten is associated with Completion. New beginning.
The energy of this eclipse can be volatile. They say that any completion happening during this time will for certainly would affect our souls in a mayor way. Or it can be of something of very significance.
This Full Moon will bring clarity to any confusion that we have been going through for a very long time. It will end something and it will bring something NEW for sure.
Why is it called a Hunter’s moon? The Old Farmer’s Almanac says: “It is believed that this Full Moon came to be called the Full Hunter’s Moon because it signaled the time to go hunting in preparation for the cold winter ahead.” Many First Nations peoples tracked the passage of time throughout a year using a lunar calendar. ~quote
Let us pray our Father Mother God for protection, for the healing of our souls, and for prosperity, all ways, always.
And let the party begin!
Amen. Amen. Amen.