Sydney Australia is experiencing its biggest tides for eighteen years. Homes on the coast are seen to have sea water almost at their front doors. The ABC news report shows the swelling seas at Sydney’s local beaches. The moon’s cycles are known to effect tidal variances around the globe. It seems that yesterdays full moon may reveal more details of changing weather and environmental patterns.
Scientists can measure the tidal variance in a cup of tea
The Full Moon chart for Sydney shows a third and ninth house relationship with the Moon in its own sign of Cancer. The Moon and Sun make a direct hit to the midpoint Mars – Jupiter [post edit]. Mars and Jupiter are fortuitious and basically represents “big action”.
One of the main astrological cycles of this decade which relates to our changing economical and environmental patterns is the Saturn Uranus opposition. Devore states in his book that the Saturn Uranus cycle is also a “weather cycle” let alone the changes this cycle represents for economic conditions.
Yesterday’s chart for the full moon includes aspects to Saturn and Uranus.
If the tidal variance, the body of water – fluid ebb and flow has reached “King Tide” proportions does that also mean that our bodily functions and chemistry is also varying in such degrees?
Will we do crazy stuff this month?
If we follow the hypothesis that the full moon has an effect on the tides, flora and fauna then surely humans experience a “tidal fluctuation”.
In Australia recently we have experienced a number of shark attacks and lethal dog attacks and even fathers killing their own babies. In my view any effects the recent King tides might reflect similarly in human behaviour is anecdotal at best. My instincts however sense that our emotional tides and in contrast to the harsher realities of life become fuller.
The Moon after all is in her own watery home swelling and rising against the backdrop of the Saturnine – concreteness of our individual realities. If there ever was a time to seek help or deal with emotional issues in life it would now.
Most good surfers know how reef breaks can work better or worse on a big tide. It depends on the depth of the reef versus swell and size of the tide.
Perhaps your reef (Saturn) break is pumping at the moment or perhaps the increased tide means that your reef break is temporarily inactive.