Some months the moon will ingress into the zodiac signs fourteen times, however, the norm is thirteen ingresses per month.
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Sep 7, AM. Moon enters Capricorn. Sep 9, PM.
Moon enters Aquarius. Sep 12, AM. Moon enters Pisces.
Sep 14, PM. Moon enters Aries. Sep 17, AM.
Moon enters Taurus. Sep 19, PM.
There is a full moon in the sign of Leo on January 21, on July 16, , the full . Monthly Astro Calendar October , Astrology Horoscope Calendar. How The October Full Moon Will Affect Your Sleep, Based On Your Zodiac Sign Bustle spoke with astrologer Lisa Stardust, who said, "The Aries full moon will elevate tensions, thereby Aries (March 21 - April 19).
Moon enters Gemini. Sep 22, AM. Moon enters Cancer. Sep 24, AM. Moon enters Leo.
Sep 26, AM. Moon enters Virgo.
Sep 28, AM. Moon enters Libra. Sep 30, AM. Oct 2, AM. Oct 4, PM. Oct 7, AM.
The signs listed below are based on astrological calculations. Use these signs for all planting and other Almanac traditions. Click here for an explanation of the zodiac signs. Astrology interprets the influence that the Sun and Moon have while they are in a specific zodiacal sign and is based on the concept that there are 12 signs of the zodiac, measuring 30 degrees each, along the astrological circle. If you notice a hole in the upper left-hand corner of your Farmers' Almanac, don't return it to the store!
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