October 2015 Full Moon Super Moon

by Madeline Gerwick

Madeline Gerwick AstrologerOn October 27th, we have the third consecutive Full Moon – SuperMoon in a row. This is very rare! A SuperMoon is at the closest point to Earth while Full or New. They are associated with severe storms, earthquakes, hurricanes, volcanoes, etc. It’s best to be prepared in case a storm hits your area.

The storm that hit the Seattle area August 29th (the first of three SuperMoons) left half of Seattle without power. Flashlights, lanterns, batteries, extra blankets, stored water, and food you can eat without cooking are valuable during these periods.

What’s coming to light at this Full Moon is not much! Our leaders look like they are in discussions behind closed doors. There is a potential for delusion, confusion, or deception (Mercury sesquiquadrate Neptune).

The public is dealing with entrenched financial and motivational issues (Moon sesquiquadrate Venus and Mars). Plus, we may still be reeling from unexpected or surprising news, or still receiving it.

In spite of all this, the President (and other leaders) seems to have a clear vision of where we’re headed (Sun trine Neptune). However, it doesn’t look like that vision is being shared with the public yet. Perhaps it will be soon.

The good news is that we still have this month's major abundance and growth cycles in range, although the energy is starting to dissipate. The love story in the sky is also getting closer to the “marriage” date. For those who are not in a new relationship, this story is related to us knowing how to get what we want. Yes, finally!

The stock markets look like parts are either dissolving or highly uncertain. This may be due to the price of oil and natural gas. It could also be related to other industries, such as pharmaceuticals, marine shipping, movies, sports, and more. Some industries are looking up though, and this may be enough to keep it from crashing.

We’re also seeing the return of the revolutionary energies (Uranus square Pluto), from which we’ve had a bit of a break for a few months. This cycle doesn’t peak again, but it gets pretty close (within 2 degrees) in December and January.

At the same time, we’re seeing the cycle related to dissolving worn out structures getting stronger (Saturn square Neptune) and the public making adjustments related to this.

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