April dawns as the Easter weekend is being celebrated and the full Seed Moon has just passed. The energies of this Moon however still remain strong and point to both change and new chapters over the coming two weeks.
Venus is visible as the evening star and the Virginids meteor shower comes into view on the 12th. These meteors may be few and far between, but they can be quite beautiful.
The 16th sees the birth of the new Hare Moon, a Moon of fertility. The ancients believed that as the Earth warms, so too do animal and human passions.
The 23rd marks the beginning of the Lyrids meteor shower, which provides a show of approximately 10 per hour and is best viewed after midnight in the east.
On the 30th we have the full Hare Moon, which rises along with Jupiter and they remain companions until dawn.
May the blessings of Spring be yours.