We are in a Season of Super Moons
April through June sparks a season of Light as we see three super moons in a row.
A “season” of 3 full moon supermoons arrives with the full moons on April 27, May 26 and June 24, 2021.
May 26 Super Moon
The May 26 full moon is this year’s biggest supermoon. The fact that three super full moons land during the summer months in the northern hemisphere will add to the feeling of hope and expansion this year.
Add to it that Jupiter JUST moved on April 5, 2021 and is now not restrained or bogged down because Jupiter in Capricorn can bring planetary challenges (2008, 2020).
With the expansive and free-flowing energy of Jupiter in Aquarius now, plus the super moons I think everyone will be feeling giddy around two of these three full moons.
There is something important to know about the May full moon that interrupts the “flow” of light that the supermoons can bring.
May 26 is a Total Lunar Eclipse and Mega Red Day in the Conscious Calendars system.
So a super moon that is eclipsed will be bring pause to the feelings of expansion that begins in April and the feelings of hope will return again with the full super moon at the end of June 2021.
Eclipses always come in pairs, its just astronomy. One new moon and one full moon will align with the Earth and Sun every six months. This year, the eclipses (called Rahu and Ketu) mark the place where the sun, moon and earth will align. This year the eclipses occur in Taurus and Scorpio.
So the eclipse of May 26, 2021 is the most significant eclipse of the year. The solar eclipse that follows May 26th super moon is an annular solar eclipse two weeks later.