Your calendar says full moon is 09 July?


‘So, by the time you’re reading this post, the full moon instant likely will have already passed. Why the dark sky behind tonight’s rising moon then? As you might know, a full moon rises at sunset, when there’s still some twilight in the sky. A moon just past full rises after sunset, when the sky is turning dark.  No matter. The moon will look plenty full to the eye throughout the night on July 9, until after dawn July 10. The moon looks full to the eye for 2 to 3 days, but it’s astronomically full for only a fleeting moment – when it’s exactly 180from the sun in ecliptic longitude.’

“Nature is emotional and can help you with the emotional clarity and truth essential to navigating this month.”


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