A Leo New Moon- Lion's Pride

“New Moon” in Leo on Tuesday August 6, 2013 – both the Sun and the Moon are in the generous, royal sign of Leo. With the Sun as ruler, this Fire sign is all about joyous, confidence. Don’t be surprised if there is a little drama thrown in. Have fun with it if you can.

A New Moon phase is always great for beginnings, take it as a sign of encouragement to start something in the next few days. If you have a project to get off the ground, someone that you need to enroll in your life, a presentation to make – charm and fortune are amped up. The Sun is powerful. Give yourself permission to shine.

- See more at: http://www.accordingtosandy.com/#sthash.j1Z1rP4Z.dpuf“New Moon” in Leo on Tuesday August 6, 2013 – both the Sun and the Moon are in the generous, royal sign of Leo. With the Sun as ruler, this Fire sign is all about joyous, confidence. Don’t be surprised if there is a little drama thrown in. Have fun with it if you can.“New Moon” in Leo on Tuesday August 6, 2013 – both the Sun and the Moon are in the generous, royal sign of Leo. With the Sun as ruler, this Fire sign is all about joyous, confidence. Don’t be surprised if there is a little drama thrown in. Have fun with it if you can.

“New Moon” in Leo on Tuesday August 6, 2013 – both the Sun and the Moon are in the generous, royal sign of Leo. With the Sun as ruler, this Fire sign is all about joyous, confidence. Don’t be surprised if there is a little drama thrown in. Have fun with it if you can.

New Moons are best for creativity, fun and beginnings. If you have a project to start, someone that you need to enroll in your life, a presentation to make - charm and fortune are amped up. Depending on where Leo falls in your chart and due to other current planet happenings, it may take some effort, but the “possibilities are endless” as they say. Prepare, plot, plan – go for it. (New vibes last for about 2 weeks)

 

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