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The Moon Today
The Current Phase of the Moon
The Phase of the Moon: First Quarter
at 27/01/15 04:48
A stressful period of time when there is a strong desire to accomplish something, to change, and to show oneself. However, before undertaking anything, first stop and think: is it really needed? Obstacles multiply at this time and contradictions sharpen. Plans developed under this influence often turn out to be unrealistic because people tend to overvalue their abilities.
To see the phases of the Moon for any month and any location, use the Universal Lunar Calendar.
The Current Position of the Moon in the Zodiac
The Moon is in the Sign of Taurus, at 19° 56'
Patience, diligence, perseverance and practicality are on the increase. The Moon in Taurus favours occupations which demand prolonged and persistent effort, but it is also good for complete rest in comfort and coziness. It is a good time to treat plants. It is best to avoid undertaking anything which requires quickness, decisiveness and quick-wittedness.
You can find out in which sign of the Zodiac the Moon was or will be located on any day using the Universal Lunar Calendar.
The Current Moon Void-of-Course Status
Void of Course: Now
It is believed that anything undertaken when the Moon is void-of-course will bring no result. But there is also another, positive facet of the void-of-course Moon: if something risky or difficult is undertaken, something where other people can create a problem or interrupt you, this time seems to be beneficial, because those who might create a problem can do nothing against you.
Recent and Coming Apogee and Perigee of the Moon
Perigee: 24/12/14 16:41
Apogee: 09/01/15 18:17
Perigee: 21/01/15 20:07
Apogee: 06/02/15 06:26
Perigee: 19/02/15 07:28
Apogee: 05/03/15 07:33
If you you are unsure what's the importance of the apogee and the perigee of the Moon, here is an article that will give you some facts and ideas. To find out the dates of apsides in any month, use the Universal Lunar Calendar.
Recent and Coming Solar and Lunar Eclipses
Solar Eclipse: 29/04/14 07:03
Lunar Eclipse: 08/10/14 11:54
Solar Eclipse: 23/10/14 22:44
Solar Eclipse: 20/03/15 09:45
Lunar Eclipse: 04/04/15 13:00
Solar Eclipse: 13/09/15 07:54
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Recent and Coming Retrograde Motion of Planets
Recent Retrograde Periods
Mercury: 04/10/14 - 25/10/14 20:16
Venus: 21/12/13 - 31/01/14 20:48
Mars: 01/03/14 - 20/05/14 02:31
Current or Coming Retrograde Periods
Mercury: 21/01/15 - 11/02/15 14:56
Venus: 25/07/15 - 06/09/15 09:29
Mars: 17/04/16 - 30/06/16 00:38
Here is an article about the retrograde motion of planets in astrology.
25/01/15 Two latest issues of the Lunarium Newsletter, Issue #11 (The Mansions of the Moon. iLuna 2, a Rough Start) and Issue #12 (Retrograde Mercury, Phase 1. How To Predict Major Turning Points Of Your Life), were made available online.
16/01/15 A new blog post, How To Find Out Your Moon Sign? Part 1: Using a Book, was published.
11/01/15 A new blog post, iLuna: the Next Steps, was published.
09/01/15 A new blog post, iLuna and New Versions of iOS and Android, was published.
30/11/14 The page for the iLuna app was updated with new screen shots and information.
25/11/14 The Mansions of the Moon article was published. It explains what the Mansions are and provides their descriptions compiled from anumber of sources.
15/07/14 The tenth issue of the Lunarium Newsletter, which was sent to subscribers back in April, was now published on the website. In it: The Coming Eclipses, Retrograde Mars, Mercury Calculator.
23/03/14 Mercury Calculator is till work-in-progress, but now it offers interpretations for Mercury's position in the zodiac.
23/02/14 The ninth issue of the Lunarium Newsletter was published. In it: The Time of Changes. The Out of Bounds Planets. The Mercury Calculator.
25/01/14 Changed the default date format of the Moon Sign Calculator from the non-US (dd/mm/yyyy) to the US one (mm/dd/yyyy). This is because the greatest majority of the Lunarium's visitors are from the US, and some of them get confused by the unfamiliar date format.