Full Moon in Aquarius

Full Moon Aquarius

Welcome to the Full Moon in Aquarius which waxed at 4:20 PM, EST.  The Moon representing the female archetype of our personalities, the nurturer, subconscious, dreams, innermost fears and desires in the sign of Aquarius, the sign of friendship, the Moon is inspired and has an increased sense of humanity with the world around you, seeing the bigger picture rather than just immediate fixes.  Aquarius is masculine fixed air.  It is the “I know” energy of the zodiac and is associated with sisterhood, brotherhood, ying and yang, things in balance, and stability.  Ruled by Uranus, the greek sky god ruler of the universe, Aquarius is unconventional, and comes in like a blast of fresh air.  The glyph for Aquarius, the water bearer symbolizes eternally giving life and spiritual food to the world, and every Aquarian I know is just like that.  The Moon in Aquarius connects us with humanity helping us to understand those around us and why people do the things they do, which is necessary in finding compassion.  With 2nd house energies, we get what we need when we need it finding support from the people in our lives.

Aspecting this Full Moon is the opposition with the Sun, conjunction with Mars, square with Jupiter, and the Moon.

The Sun, represents our basic character, our outer identity, conscious personality, will, and egoic nature.  In Leo,  the Sun is outgoing and generous, always the leader inspiring us to seek more than the superficial.  The opposition with the Moon gives us the feeling of being torn between what is comfortable and our need to grow and progress.  Depending on where this Full Moon hits your chart should determine whether your in a position to move forward or if it’s a better time to sit still and observe.  The Leo Sun is more self centered clamoring for attention while the Aquarius Moon would probably rather sit in the sidelines and just watch.  If you can, choose the path least traveled.

The conjunction occurs when planets are on the same degree and is considered a position of intense unity.  Mars is the planet of our physical vitality, assertiveness, desire, and willpower.  Mars also influences our sexual drive, and individuality.  Mars in Aquarius inspires us to improve and reform the world around us that we are in control of creating, to share the wealth of your wisdom so that your end of the world flourishes. With 2nd house energies, we have some motivation to work on the material, even if it’s only weeding the garden, you’re making improvements.  With the conjunction, Mars inspires us to be a driving force in the lives of others… enthusiasm is contagious.

The square occurs when planets are at 90 degrees and is a position of tension, tension stimulates action, but too much creates stress.  Jupiter is the planet of good luck and expansion.  It also affects our ideals and philosophy in life, higher knowledge, and prosperity.  If positively affecting your chart, this aspect can help the Aquarius Moon get off the side lines and interact more with your surroundings, but remember Scorpio is the sign of extremes and desires, and the square with the Moon puts us against the traditional, going against the grain but keep in mind, we don’t want to let Scorpio’s energy push the Moon’s energies too far in the wrong direction, follow your instincts.

Uranus is the planet of change and ingenuity representing where we stand away from the societal norm.  Taurus is  stable and rules luxury and beauty. Uranus in Taurus could inspire that redecorating project, and hopefully it will bring in some lower humidity so I can get to work on my project.  With Uranus being square with the Moon, we get a flare for the unconventional that may come across as odd to people around you, but remember tension is to promote action, not stress, so if change has to come in slower steps, that’s ok.

Today in the Hebrew is the 15th of the month of Av.  The 15th of Av is traditionally considered a happy day as it is known as the day one finds their predestined soulmate.  Since the month of Av is known to be the month of the destruction of both temples, it is thought the finding of one’s soulmate is redemptive, being out of the bad, comes a good.  It’s no coincidence that the month of Av is also thought to be the month of the birth of the Messiah, correlating the redemptive good coming out of the bad.  Furthermore, since the teachings of the Meshiach are typically that god is within, the destruction of the physical temple building becomes symbolic as god no longer needs to be looked for outside of oneself.


The Hebrew letter controlling the month of Av is the letter Tet.  The letter tet is the first letter of the word Tov which means good.  In its’ form, it is said to contain the hidden good.  We often go looking for meaning in things outside of ourselves, we look for praise from others, acknowledgment, attention, love, and affection, but I was thinking the other day that we go out of this world the same way we come in…by ourselves, and no one can give you something better than what’s already inside.   We are, each and every one of us, a separate and distinct universe unto ourselves.  Like a set of nesting dolls, we have a spark of spirit that is contained in a likeness of itself, that is contained in a world of our creation, that is contained in a universe of likeness.  Since ain sof is limitless light, we can assume that goes on indefinitely because we are a picture and likeness of what’s greater than us.

The letter Tet is associated with the 19th Path on the Kabbalistic Tree of Life connecting the sephiroth of Gevurah (severity) with Chesed (mercy), and the Lust card in the Thoth Tarot.  Lust


“The imagery is illustrative of the most sublime and universal spiritual arcanum— that of the ecstatic dissolution of all we are (referred to in Thelemic texts as the “blood of the Saints”) into the universal self of godhead (symbolized as a great “whore” and the Holy Grail she embodies).”

DuQuette, Lon Milo. Understanding Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot (p. 127). Red Wheel Weiser. Kindle Edition.

The 19th Path connects right and left column energies, drawing light from the supernal triad on both sides.  The sephira of Chesed, known as mercy (4) is associated with Jupiter in your chart, embodies benevolence, and unconditional love…the most accepting and forgiving energy of the Tree. Sephira 5, gevurah, also known as severity is associated with Mars in your chart and resonates strength and courage, showing where we fight for our rights or the rights of others.

In his book, “Scrying on the Tree of Life,” Chic Cicero says of the 19th Path:

“The secret activities” of the spiritual beings (or angels) include the powers of number, expansion, contraction, and vibration those same forces that created the universe of the Sephiroth. By understanding the nature of these secret activities and by working with them, we are brought closer to these “beings.” This reciproca) or horizontal path is a “diffused” counterpart of the influence of Kether, “the most high and exalted sublime glory.”  The Hebrew letter Teth means “serpent,” which in Hebrew mysticism is a symbol of wisdom. It also represents a type of electromagnetic energy not unlike that of the Eastern Kundalini. This “serpent power” is used by mystics to activate the body’s energy centers to cause a kind of divine rapture. The Nineteenth Path connects the Sephiroth of Chesed and Geburah, the primary spheres of water and fire on the Tree. Between these two polarities a natural electrical circuit is formed that generates this vitalizing serpent power,” which is part of the magnetic current that powers the entire universe. The ability to direct and regulate this power is the basis for all occult work. The goal of the traveler on this path is to learn how to exercise control over the various primal energies of both body and mind (instinctive tendencies, behavior patterns, etc.). The student must also be willing to face his deepest fears.”

Path Symbol: oroboros


— Sphere of Chesed —

The Sphere of Destination is Chesed, Mercy.

The Hebrew Divine Name is El, the Strong and Mighty God, Ruling in Glory, Magnificence and Grace.

— Sphere of Geburah —

The Hebrew Divine Name is Elohim Gebor, The God of Might.

— 19th Path —

The 19th Path is called the Intelligence of all the Activities and Spiritual beings because of the affluence diffused by it from the highest blessing and most exalted sublime glory.

The Esoteric Title is the Daughter of the Flaming Sword.

The Hebrew Divine Name is Teth, which means serpent or tooth.

The color is yellow-green.

The symbolic creatures are the phoenix, the child or the lion.

The body parts are the heart, the spine, the arms and wrists.

Areas the 19th Path will help you:

The ability to feel and manipulate energy

Understanding that self-acceptance leads to inner peace

Trusting in yourself and your Guides

Developing a sense of “gladness” at being alive, and sharing that “aliveness” with others

Self-acceptance; you are perfect as you are

Self-knowledge – recognizing that you have come a long way

Cleansing – letting go of emotional blocks; being able to bring up the past and let it go



The ability to fulfill others’ “real” needs, whether they are conscious of them or not

Releasing your latent power and energy – empowerment

Internal vision – being able to see inside of someone

Precognition – the ability to foresee events

Cognition – development of higher mental powers

Awareness that transcends the barriers of time

Understanding that mistakes are okay and are part of what has made you the “you” that you would not want to change; the ability to face yourself

Knowledge that your Guides are always there to help

Physical readjustment of your body and nervous system to accept new patterns of energy

Opening your Throat Center

Stimulation of your Third Eye Center

Helping your balance and equilibrium, both physical and emotional

Increasing psychic ability by surmounting the ego

Learning objectivity to your humanness; acceptance of the “lower nature” in yourself and others

The ability to forgive; mercy and understanding

Clairaudience and clairsentience

Accepting and dealing with Mom and Dad

Taking everyone in your life “off the pedestal,” and allowing them the freedom to be who they are

The ability to know what you feel and communicate it, even when it’s something that others do not want to hear

Enhancement of memory




Meditation Opening:


Path of Teth


Meditation Closing:





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