Printable Void-Of-Course Moon Monthly Calendars 2016
These are printable Void-of-Course Moon calendars for the year 2016 — that is, a regular, one-month calendar on one page which has the void-of-course Moon details printed on the corresponding days (see here for 2017). It lets you know when each void-of-course Moon begins and ends. It also shows the Moon sign and Moon phase for each day. At the same time, it functions as a regular one-month calendar for you to hang on your wall.
Get the void-of-course times in your own time zone:
Each printable calendar is available in 4 different local USA timezones: Eastern Time (EST), Central Time (CST), Mountain Time (MST), and Pacific Time (PST). All 4 of these time zones are also adjusted automatically for Daily Savings Time. Download the calendar that matches your own local time zone. (If you would like to request a time zone that is not listed here, leave a comment at the bottom of this page.)
These printable calendars are in PDF format.
(See below for how to read the void-of-course Moon details on the calendars.)
Available Downloads (click on a time zone to download the calendar for that time zone):
How To Read The Void-of-course Moon Details on the Calendar
The calendar shows the Moon sign for each day. On a day when the Moon goes void-of-course, it will show “v/c” and the time that the void-of-course begins. On a day when the void-of-course ends, you will see “Ing” and the time at which the void-of-course ends. “Ing” stands for “ingress,” which means that the Moon enters a new sign. This is the time at which the void-of-course ends. In the following example, on the 27th, you see “v/c 2:25a” under the Scorpio symbol. This means the Moon goes void-of-course in Scorpio at 2:25am on that day. Then, on the 28th, you see a Scorpio symbol, a Sagittarius symbol, and “Ing 1:46a.” This means the void-of-course Moon ends at 1:46am on that day, and that the Moon went from Scorpio into Sagittarius at that time. You also see “v/c —> Ing” which also lets you know that the void-of-course ends on that day, and that the Moon ingresses into a new sign on that day.
If the void-of-course begins and ends on the same day, you’ll see the 2 zodiac signs, the time of ingress into a new sign, and the time the void-of-course begins. Remember, the time of ingress into a new sign is the time which the void-of-course ends. In the following example, on the 6th, the Moon is in Aquarius. On the 7th, the void-of-course Moon begins at 2:46am, and it ends at 1:08pm. (Note that the time of ingress is always listed first even though the time of ingress is later in the day.)