The full moon in April 2020 will occur at 12:05 pm on Wednesday, 8 April 2020 here in Adelaide, and when the moon is 18º in Libra. Libra is the archetypal representation of sacred balance in relation to all things. She understands on a visceral level that we are continually in intimate relationships with all things in our lives whether we are consciously aware of it or not.
The gift that Libra presents us is to embrace seemingly opposing views and accept the spectrum that exists of each person in their own experience and perspective. There is the emphasis on finding the middle way, to learn to harmonise what is out of balance so that we can become a bridge between the differing perceptions a well as the worlds (the seen and the unseen).
According to Marina of Darkstar Astrology this full moon aligns with Kraz in the constellation of Corvus the Crow which means the gossipy crows will only throw more drama fuel onto the fire.
The moon seems to create either mad genius or bring out the vilest attributes of the crow. Those touched by this moon will strive to succeed so they can win the approval of an audience, and yes, this moon can bring out the classic narcissists that forever crave adoration. On the positive side, we can use this energy to generate a following that does good works in the collective. At this time we could crave to be loved and approved of so much that we may not be discerning enough when it comes to whom we give our body. (Quite hard to do with new relationships now in the current climate!)
According to mythology, the sun god Apollo sent the raven with a cup (Constellation Crater) to fetch some water for his feast. On his way, he was distracted by some fine figs on a tree and lost track of time gorging upon them. When the crow suddenly remembered his errand he picked up a passing snake (Constellation Hydra) and used it as his excuse for why he had not filled up the cup as asked.
During these uncertain times it is important for us to find our own inner balance by anchoring our core with what links us to the primordial centre of all creation, that being the heart of the earth. With that in mind, Libra also continues to remind us of the scared balance of reciprocity, of giving and taking, of equal exchange in order to continue to keep everything in flow.