January 2nd brings us the first and largest Supermoon of the year as the Moon is in Perigee (closest approach to the earth). This Oak Moon completed the lunar cycle for the Celts and honoured the triumph of the Oak King over the Holly King at the Winter Solstice.
On the 4th, the Quandrantids meteor shower graces our night skies, although you may see its effects up until the 6th at around 80 meteors per hour.
Both Mars and Jupiter are visible in the early morning sky around 3.30am from the 7th to around mid month.
The 17th brings us the new Wolf Moon, a time of abstinence and suspension after the dark time, for the ancestors knew that the worst of the winter was yet to come.
Finally we have that rare event of what many people refer to as 'The Blue Moon', albeit this term does have many meanings. Whichever ,meaning you may attribute to it however, the 31st January does bring us the second full moon of this calendar month as well as a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse will not be visible from the UK , although its effects will still be felt energetically. It is a time of co-operation, of finding a way to work together, rather than tearing each other apart.
These are interesting times - journey well and make your time upon this earth count.