Super Pink Moon in Libra

Super Pink Moon in Libra

The moon is full in Libra on April 7 (9:35 pm, CT). Don’t be fooled by the term “pink” moon, which implies soft candlelight, bubble baths, and champagne. It is anything but! Instead, the term Pink Moon refers to the moss pink flower, which begins to bloom during this time. It is a “super moon” because the fullness occurs when the moon orbits closest to earth in a “perigee syzygy” and appears larger in the sky!

The sun in Aries opposes the moon in Libra, counterbalancing “Me” and “You”, negotiating between self and others. Saturn’s recent entrance into the sign of Aquarius asks to balance individual needs with the needs of the group.

Jupiter and Pluto in Capricorn square the sun and moon, intensifying challenges and using measures of control to navigate turbulent times. The tension between order (Saturn) and chaos (Uranus) ignites.

Venus, the planet of love and attraction, is in communicative Gemini. Gemini is an intellectual air sign; the airwaves and technology provide a structure of connectivity and information sharing during physical separation. Also, Saturn’s entrance into Aquarius emphasizes group dynamics of teamwork and consideration of others.  

If you’d like to know more about how this super pink moon will affect you or are curious what the stars hold for you, consider a remote reading from Madeline Youngstrom to learn more.

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