The full moon will be tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 15:53 UT, which is 10:53 a.m. EST , which is 7:53 PST. The full moon is the most powerful time of the lunar cycle for meditation and prayer. On this full moon the Sun is at 0° Pisces and the Sun at 0° Virgo. Zero degree points are considered particularly powerful, and indicative of beginnings.
This will be the brightest moon of the year, and this is because it happens to be a the the closest point of its slightly eccentric orbit around the Earth.
EarthSky want to tell you about it
Year’s biggest supermoon on February 19
“In 2018, the month of February had no full moon at all.
But this year’s February presents the biggest full moon supermoon of 2019. From around the world, the moon will look plenty full to the eye on both February 18 and February 19 as it parades across the nighttime sky. It reaches the crest of its full phase on February 19 for much of the world. What’s a supermoon? It’s a popularized term for what astronomers call a perigean full moon. In other words, it’s a full moon near perigee, or closest to Earth for this month. This February 2019 full moon reaches its exact full phase closer to the time of perigee than any other full moon this year. Hence the year’s closest supermoon.”
This moon is conjunct Regulus, one of the Royal Stars of ancient astrology, (and one that figures prominently in Trump’s chart)
This from our friend Laura Boomer-Trent :
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Here is astrologer Julie Demboski’s take on it
“The Full Moon perfects at 00 Virgo 42 at 7:53 AM PST, sextile a 29-degree Pallas in Libra, sesquiquadrate Saturn, quincunx Chiron, and trine a 29-degree Uranus in Aries and Mars in Taurus, and square Juno (a T-square with the Sun-Earth-Moon axis). If we thought we were going to get a definitive ending to something, we may find instead that we get a setting-straight, or maybe a dressing-down, a full accounting that shakes off all illusion and calls us on the carpet to defend our use of our own power, to stand up for our choices, and to verify the effectiveness with which we’ve carried out our roles.”