Many hours before this notable full moon — which holds added influence as a total lunar eclipse energizing 1 degree of Aquarius and Leo at 9:17 p.m. Venus forms an abrasive, 135-degree link to disruptive Uranus (12:21 a.m.) while the solar orb vacates earthy Capricorn to fly through Aquarian air space for the next 30 days starting at 1:01 a.m.
The path to happily arrive at the exact moment of tonight’s peak of monthly solar-lunar power is somewhat thorny as the moon in Cancer opposes Pluto and Mercury in Capricorn (6:02 a.m. and 10:57 a.m.), just before Mars provokes Ceres via a 135-degree contact (10:58 a.m.) and the lunar orb enters a 2 hour void cycle (5:51 pm) that lasts until the moon enters fiery Leo (7:56 p.m.). However, two more celestial mischief-making configurations attempt to stir up discord as the sun connects with Jupiter via a tense, 45-degree aspect (8:05 p.m.) and Venus squares Neptune (8:16 p.m.).
Finally, the 9:17 p.m. occurrence of the full moon brings forth a dynamic wave of spiritual enlightenment intended to wake up humanity from its tendency to slumber on its collective role of caregiving steward concerning the animal, plant, and mineral realms enriching Mother Earth. Individual and group meditations are advised. Send out your healing thoughts and prayers far and wide.
[Note to readers: All times are calculated as Pacific Standard Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]
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