New Moon in Gemini 18th June Opposing The Great Attractor Calling You To Go Beyond!

Kerrie Hourigan

6/12/20231 min read

The New Moon in Gemini will be happening at 26° 43’ on 18th June 2023. The New Moon signifies new beginnings so remember to set your intention to ride the cycle! To see where this specifically relates to you look to the house (life area) this will be transiting in your own chart along with the other transits mentioned.

Covered in this episode is the sign of Gemini, New Moon in Gemini opposes The Great Attractor at 27° of Sagittarius, Gemini ruler Mercury also in Gemini, South Node in Scorpio conjunct The Shapley Attractor described as the driving mechanism behind the scenes to both our internal truth and of the human family.

In Gemini we learn diversity, adaptability and flexibility, communications and understanding, we discover the many options available for problem solving. Like all things there is the healthy expression and the shadow of all these placements. Once known we can choose for the best outcome and be more aware of the consequences.

The Shadow of Gemini can be expressed as Indecision, lack of focus, scattered thinking leading to instability and chaos rendering a person unable to communicate clearly. Check to see where these planets are transiting in your own chart with links to additional resources below:

Additional Resources:

  • Get Your Free Astrology Birth Chart and Report by clicking here!

  • Create your own birth chart with transits to follow along with these transits by clicking here!

  • Phillip Sedgewick - The Great Attractor by clicking here!

  • Julia Balez Galactic Astrology Website; click here!⁠ (Check the interviews with Pam Gregory where Julia talks includes The Shapley Attractor)

  • Dr Joe Dispenza YouTube Channel: click here!

  • Byron Katie "end your suffering" by clicking here!

Thank You so much for visiting,

God Bless Until Next Time!

Kerrie 💞💞

(Kerrie Hourigan)

Disclaimer: Please note these are general comments to help understand these energies better and may apply differently to ones own individual circumstances.