Astrological Almanac for Wednesday, April 19, 2023
(All times Eastern)
The Moon conjoins Jupiter early this afternoon, giving a generally good feel to the whole day.
But the Moon continues on to catch the Sun just after midnight. This New Moon is a Solar Eclipse. It won’t be visible from North America though.
But wherever Aries is in your chart is likely to get highlighted for a few months now. Since this eclipse happens in the last few minutes of Aries, there may be a desperate feel to things, and a sense of endings, if it contacts your chart directly.
17 minutes after the New Moon Solar Eclipse, the Moon enters Taurus, and the Sun follows at 4:13am Thursday. We are now entering the middle of the northern Spring, when things are all abloom everywhere, and the weather is mild. See the Weekly Post for more.
The Moon also squares Pluto shortly after the New Moon (embedding this into the eclipse chart). Power structures and deep desires will be challenges now.
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19 Apr 2023 13:26 Mon Cnj Jup 23°Ar38′ 23°Ar38′
20 Apr 2023 00:12 Sun SEcl 29°Ar50′
20 Apr 2023 00:12 Mon Cnj Sun 29°Ar50′ 29°Ar50′
20 Apr 2023 00:29 Mon Cnj Tau 00°Ta00′ 00°Ta00′
20 Apr 2023 01:04 Mon Sqr Plu 00°Ta19′ 00°Aq19′
20 Apr 2023 04:13 Sun Cnj Tau 00°Ta00′ 00°Ta00′