The full moon is a time of year that is ripe for the picking of astrology. For the astrological astrology for the month of April, the Sun, Moon, Ascendant, and Sun are all in the sign of Virgo. The Moon moves in the same direction as the Sun during this time of year, which means that the Sun, Moon, and the Ascendant are in Virgo.
The Virgo Moon is in Leo, and it’s the first of three signs that mark the start of the month of April. The other signs are Scorpio and Pisces, and each of them have a major impact on April. The Scorpion Moon is in Aquarius, and the Pisces Moon is in Aquarius.
Virgo is a good sign for April, because it’s a good month for the Sun, the Moon, and the Ascendant. In fact, all three can be in Virgo at the same time, and they all rule the sign. On April 1st, the Sun, Moon, and the Ascendant are in Virgo.
Virgo is a good sign because it has the Sun in Aquarius, the Moon in Pisces, and the Ascendant is in Aquarius. April is a good month because April 1st is the first day of the first month of the year. All three of these signs have the Sun in Aquarius, the Moon in Pisces, and the Ascendant in Aquarius.
Astrology is a great way to see what your life will look like in the coming months. The Sun in Aquarius rules the sign, the Moon in Pisces rules Virgo, and the Ascendant is in Aquarius. What’s even better is that this astrological sign also rules the Sun, Moon, and the Ascendant, making it easy to see where your time will be in relation to all of these other planets.
I love how this sign is known for being the “Sun” of the planets, and not their “Ascendant” or “Moon”. This is because in the sign, the Sun rules the world and the Moon rules the skies. This is why in Aquarius, the Sun rules the signs of Water, Earth, and Fire, as well as the Earth and Fire signs.
In the last two weeks, this sign has been directly involved in two events that have made headlines. On April 14th, the Sun and Moon will cross in a direct conjunction that will bring a major shift in the planets’ position. This new conjunction signals a shift in the balance of the planets as well as the Sun and Moon’s positions in the sky. As the Sun and Moon travel through this conjunction, the planets begin to move up and down.
As a result, the Moon’s position will shift through the new conjunction. The other planets also begin to move up and down in a similar manner.
With this new conjunction, there will be a new and larger eclipse in the sky. This eclipse will occur on April 14th at 7:15 p.m., which is when the Sun and Moon will pass through the new conjunction. While this eclipse is not as spectacular as the total solar eclipse in June, it is still a major event in the astrological calendar.
All in all, the Sun and Moon will pass through the new conjunction on April 14th at 715 p.m. This is a long day for the Sun and Moon, with a major eclipse and an opportunity for the stars to shine on the new moon. As the days end, the Sun will begin to descend and the Moon will ascend. This is a time of plenty for the planets, with much solar activity, including a chance for a new conjunction of Venus in conjunction with Jupiter.