Ground yourselves, lunar worshippers! There’s a full moon a-risin’ and we’ve got your Taurus supermoon podcast right here.
As a full moon lights the skies in the sign of the tenacious and opinionated Bull on November 14, millions of people are still grappling with the results of a historic election that shocked the world. Our supermoon podcast can help you harness the steady and persistent energy of Taurus, empowering us all to speak out against hate crimes, hate speech and injustices. Change is in the air, and this grounding Taurus energy may finally help those of us who’ve been dazed and confused get back into our bodies and sense. We also help you plan ahead for Thanksgiving’s Jupiter-Pluto square, a tricky transit that might have you rethinking your gatherings—and with whom you break bread.
This year’s Taurus full moon is also a powerful and potent supermoon, AND it’s the largest full moon since 1948 and if you miss it, you’ll have to wait until 2034 for the next one. The Taurus supermoon is also called a Beaver Moon. According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the full moon that falls during the month of November was named after the beaver by both colonists and Algonquin tribes. The Beaver Moon marked the time of year for setting beaver traps before the swamps froze to ensure a supply of warm furs that would last the winter.
In this month’s grounding Taurus supermoon podcast, Tali explains how we can find more stability and calm amidst the confusion and mayhem.
P.S. Here at Astrostyle, we have been asked by a small number of readers “not to get political.” To this we say: The planet we live on is still part of the solar system. Astrostyle’s tagline has always been “we bring the stars down to earth.” To ignore what’s happening in THIS world would be as irresponsible as not reporting on a full moon or retrograde in the stars, as the heavens and earth work in energetic AND scientific partnership. So you can count on us for the same solid horoscopes and also to be activists, advocates for marginalized groups (including, but not limited to, ones we ourselves belong to), and proudly outspoken about our beliefs during these times. —Ophi & Tali
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