Moon Calendar 2022: Every lunar event – Full list

Lunation charts – calendars of the New Moons and Full Moons – have long been used by astrologers to make predictions about the year ahead. Here are all the significant Moon events for 2022 explained, and the dates of each New and Full Moon.

Special Moon Events 2022

Super New Moon – January 2

The Super New Moon took place on January 2, with the Moon in Capricorn.

This starts the year with a powerful energy to set goals and make plans for the year ahead.

Black Moon – April 30

Black Moons are when two full moons take place in the same month, the second is known as a Black Moon.

This happens because lunar cycles are slightly shorter than a calendar month, so roughly every 30 months there is a Black Moon.

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Total Lunar Eclipse – May 16

Astrologically, lunar eclipses are thought to bring around a change in circumstances or reversal in fortunes.

Some people fear this change, but it can be a positive event or development.

Super Full Moon – June 14

This is when the Moon is closer to the earth than usual, making it look particularly large and bright.

Astrologically, the energy of the supermoon is thought to be especially potent.

The June supermoon in 2022 is in Sagittarius.

Micro New Moon – June 29

A micromoon is when the Moon is at its furthest point from the Earth, making it appear smaller than usual.

Super Full Moon – July 13

Another supermoon will take place on July 13.

This will take place in Capricorn, the goat sign known for its level-headed pragmatism.

Super New Moon – December 23

A Super New Moon, like other new moons, can’t be seen from Earth.

But without the Moon in the sky, you may be able to glimpse other planets like Mercury.

With the Full Moon, these realisations can become illuminated by the brightness of the Moon.

The Full Moon tends to be a time of heightened awareness, spiritual and emotional openness.

Full Moons are the time you would hope to have accomplished whatever you started on the New Moon.

The zodiac sign the Moon is in at the stage of being new or full will also define what sort of energy is being projected.

These are the dates of every New Moon and Full Moon in 2022.

January 2: New Moon in Capricorn

January 17: Full Moon in Cancer

February 1: New Moon in Aquarius

February 16: Full Moon in Leo

March 2: New Moon in Pisces

March 18: Full Moon in Virgo

April 1: New Moon in Aries

April 16: Full Moon in Libra

April 30: New Moon in Taurus and a partial solar eclipse

May 16: Full Moon in Scorpio

May 30: New Moon in Gemini

June 14: Full Moon in Sagittarius

June 29: New Moon in Cancer

July 13: Full Moon in Capricorn

July 28: New Moon in Leo

August 12: Full Moon in Aquarius

August 27: New Moon in Virgo

September 10: Full Moon in Pisces

September 25: New Moon in Libra

October 9: Full Moon in Aries

October 25: New Moon in Scorpio and partial solar eclipse

November 8: Full Moon in Taurus

November 23: New Moon in Sagittarius

December 8: Full Moon in Gemini

December 23: New Moon in Capricorn

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