The Moon is Full in Sagittarius on June 5, 2020, at 3:13 PM EDT.
The Moon is Full in Sagittarius on June 5, 2020, at 3:13 PM EDT. This is a Lunar Eclipse.
A Full Moon occurs when the Sun in Gemini forms an opposition to the Moon in Sagittarius. The Full Moon is a time of culmination and the promise of fulfillment of that which was started at the New Moon. It is an emotional time – a time of romance, fertilization, and relationships. This Full Moon is an annular Lunar Eclipse — the first while the North Node transits Gemini and falling along the Gemini-Sagittarius sign axis (the last along this axis will occur in December 2021).
This eclipse is the first in a series of eclipses that fall along the Gemini/Sagittarius axis. It can be viewed as the first cosmic push regarding the themes it is stimulating. The final eclipse in this set of Gemini/Sagittarius eclipses will happen in December 2021.
This eclipse occurs at the inferior conjunction between the Sun and Venus, emphasizing awareness of dissatisfaction or discontent. The Sun and Moon are tightly square Mars and also square Neptune (Mars and Neptune are heading toward an alignment). Our feelings count, and we’ll see and feel their power now, paving the road for new directions. However, this can be an impulsive and misguided time for acting. Our disillusionment can certainly motivate us to make imporvements, but it’s better to observe, take in, and process before jumping into action.
This is a time to work on clearing up past patterns that have been holding us back from personal fulfillment, particularly those that are communication-centered or that revolve around our attitudes, expressions, gestures, studies, and mobility. There will be more work to come in these areas, but for now, we are experiencing a greater awareness of problems and especially lacks or flaws, and they’re significant. Our feelings about a lingering problem or matter can become very clear now.
This phase of the Moon occurs at 15 degrees and 34 minutes of Sagittarius.
(Friday) 3:13 pm EDT