Powerful Black New Moon in Leo ~ August 19, 2020

We can expect big shifts with today’s New Moon in Leo. This Moon is also a Black Moon.

It’s the third New Moon in a season with four New Moons. Each season should only have three New Moons.
Black Moons tend to make people emotional.
They also tend to affect people’s behaviour as well as there consciousness.
It’s technically considered a Supermoon so we will really feel it’s effects.
This Moon will bring a lot of solar energy with it.
Expect a ton of light codes as the Earth is still very much in alignment with the Galactic Center right now.

We may have passed through the energies of the Lions Gate Portal, but we are still very much feeling them.

We are still in the Milky Way Portal until the 20th.
Right now we are getting a great view of our Milky Way.
You can see the entire galaxy shining right now.

We have shooting stars from meteor showers happening around the world.
While the Perseids Meteor Shower may have peaked, it’s still going on until next week.

We have tons of Galactic energies pouring in too! Energies are still streaming in from Sirius, Orion, Mintaka, and now Andromeda.
Some people think a Black Moon signifies the end of the world.

This New Moon is anything but that. It’s here to bring the new. It’s here to heal and release the shadow.
These are positive energies that are meant to shift your frequency.

These cosmic energies are for sure going to continue to shake things up.
That’s why it’s very important that we are staying grounded.
This energy is powerful for healing or setting intentions.
Get outside connect with the Earth.
It’s an amazing time to stargaze.
You may even see a Perseid fireball. This energy for sure has an element of magic in it…


Gratitude to the unknown photographer

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Cynthia is the typical Pisces! Her left brain activities include scientific activities in the hospital laboratory as a director. Her right-brain activites show as a painter, photographer and musician. She is known as the scientist who sings!
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