Since the Moon is actually full early tomorrow morning, it’s officially full tonight and tomorrow night too. Of course the Full Moon rises in the east at the same time as the Sun sets in the west. If you’re lucky enough to have clear horizons, you can see them both. If you have time, watch the Moon climb higher in the sky throughout the evening. A Full Moon is always at the zenith, or the highest point in the sky, at midnight. The Full Moon is always in the opposite sign of the Sun. Because the Sun is in the sign of Cancer now, the Full Moon is in Capricorn. If you’re into hiking, this would be a wonderful Full Moon hike. Capricorn is an earth sign, so you will want to put your feet on the ground.
Ok, the Cardinal Cross is back for this Capricorn Full Moon, at least for today and tomorrow. Pluto will join the Full Moon and Jupiter will join the Sun, which will make this one a bit intense. Mars is exactly conjunct the North node and Uranus is in orb with the South Node, to add to the excitement. We only have three trines to balance out all those red lines. Retrograding Saturn is trine the Sun for a little stability, hopefully. Plus, Venus and Mercury are both trine to the conjunction of Mars and the North Node. The theme seems to be about relationships now. Stay grounded and open your heart.