Full Moon July 2020

Hello my sparkles of Stardust! Coming to you this week with a small dose of astrology! 

Today, I am here to tell you about the full moon in July 2020: when is it, what is it called, and what to except!

This year, in the Northern Hemisphere the full moon is on July 4th/5th according to the farmers almanac. The full moon in July has a few names to it: Buck moon, Thunder moon, Hay moon or Wort moon. 

This year is extra special, as some of us will be able to witness a penumbral lunar eclipse that night, and the moon will be darker than normal. This is the last of a string of eclipses that have been happening since 2018, so be sure to get out there and try to see the night sky if you can! 

This year the full moon is in the sign of Capricorn. This full moon combined with eclipse energies gives us that push to look closely at the different aspects of our lives: our wants, needs and what we are lacking in. The Capricorn energies also may spark some thinking due to heightened awareness of where we are lacking in our professional lives or the overall outer structure of our home and family lives. 

The eclipse energies will add a lot of emotion behind these thoughts and decisions, so be careful when you decide to take action.

This is just a super quick glimpse of the full moon in the sign of Capricorn, and I hope to be able to give a more in depth view into other aspects of astrology. For more info please feel free to check my reference links in the article below! I am in no way affiliated with these links, I am simply sighting where I got my information! 

Brightest Blessings this July! And stay safe! 




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