The Full Moon of the 19th of April occurs at 29°06′ of Libra. In Astrology full moons mark the end of a 28 days’ cycle started at the previous new moon, respectively that of the 5th of April. They are also culmination points, where the results of the processes started during the previous lunar cycle are emerging. The current full moon is a blue moon, as it occurs in the same sign as the full moon of 21st of March.
The full moon of the 25th of September (in the United States on the 24th) occured at the 1°59′ of Aries. As a full moon after the autumn equinox is a harvest moon, as well as the culmination point of the processes started at the new moon of the 9th of September. The effect of the full moon last for two weeks, until the next new moon (8th of October).