Express yourself! This Tuesday brings a Gemini new moon, the rare second one in a row. (Normally, there's just one new moon per sign each year.) On May 20, we had the first Gemini new moon, which was also a change-making solar eclipse. Gemini rules communication, and this eclipse birthed new friendships, ideas and conversations. We may have received unexpected news that's taken the whole month to process.
We’ve all heard the expression “once in a blue moon” used to describe a rare event. In astrology, a blue moon has its own definition. There are 13 full moons in most calendar years. Since there are 12 months — and 12 zodiac signs that the moon circulates through — this 13th moon is referred to as the blue moon.