I'm a little late with my post...sorry a family gathering required my presence.
Now back to sky business. Couldn't help but see that big fat full Moon in Aries on Friday; its remnants still observable on your neighborhood street corner on planet earth. This full Moon is especially significant
if you have any planets in cardinal signs, in the latter degrees of Aries, Cancer, Libra or Capricorn.
Personally think of the full Moon as my own personal flashlight. Every full Moon will shine her light into one of the twelve houses of the zodiac in an individuals horoscope. If you are somewhat familiar with astrology and your own horoscope, you will be able to see what area of your life is being affected. For instance, if you've been working on a project that began on a new Moon, ideally you will be able to see the fruits of your endeavor by the time of the full moon. The waning phase will represent the tying up of of loose ends and preparing for another new phase which begins at the next new Moon.
The Aries full Moon on October 18th was a lunar eclipse. Eclipse's can be the most intense transits one can experience. Their effects can last anywhere from six months to two years. They herald major endings and beginnings in the area where they occur in the natal chart.
From one of my favorite sites Zodiac Arts:
eclipse is a time of beginnings, endings, exposure and major changes.
It always has something to do with "relationships". The changes
are tied to how we relate and will have a lasting impression. Emotions
run high, causing upsets and feelings of disorientation. Actions taken
often do not have the expected results, but they do bring awareness
and enlightenment. The energy of an eclipse is at its strongest during
the two days before and three days after its occurrence.