June 3, 2023 | 8:00 AM
Arrow to the sky, beware of the wind, the full moon is rising in Sagittarius.
Arrow to the sky, caution to the wind, and truth to the front of the line, the full moon of the Strawberry Moon in Sagittarius is upon us, peaking June 3 at 11:42 PM EST .
A full moon occurs when the moon is directly opposite the sun in its orbit around the earth. Around this, the Sun is in “chaos and communion”, facing the Moon in Sagittarius as Gemini raises its sails.
The sun represents ego and the moon represents emo instincts. These zodiac polar different energies can tell us a lot about integration and approach.
Sagittarius full moon meaning
Sag lives for the quest for truth, and Gemini loves to spill tea, so be prepared for bold reveals and unscrupulous passing on of information.
These themes are amplified as Mercury, the planet of communication, conjuncts Uranus, the planet of radical change. When the mind (Mercury) and manic muse/chaos agent (Uranus) are in collusion, we are ready to receive lightning bolts of inspiration and surprising/grave news.
We may even be on a mission to deliver these hard news (ah), but under this sky the truth wants to be shouted and the secret wants to be seen.
What is spilled, like blood and ashes thrown into the ground, will aid in our personal growth and the transformational cycle of others. Strengthening this energy is Despapa Pluto, almost opposite Venus, the planet of attachments and assets.
Pluto is not a picnic, but the energy here is a loss for the goal of greater growth, and Pluto is taking away so it can give anew and was undone during this lunar eclipse. Relationships were ultimately tying us to an overgrown past and the love we have overtaken.
Jupiter, the drunken uncle dripping zodiac coins and ruler of Sagittarius, is now slow and steady, making money, in the zodiac sign of Taurus.
During the Full Moon, Jupiter conjuncts the North Node of Destiny. This influence lays the foundation for the life we want and encourages us to enjoy the meaning of life while believing it deserves it.
Cutting the music and closing the open bar here is Saturn in Pisces, squared with the Moon in Sagittarius. Saturn is all about karmic debts, responsibilities, and other solemn themes.
The theme here is restraint and revelry, recognizing the brink between having a good time and being overwhelmed by excess.
Moments from embodied fuss to vomiting after a stranger holds my hair down in a gas station bathroom. Do what you have to do, say what you have to say, but don’t overdo it.
Give me words of wishes and wings
The energetic polarities of Gemini and Sagittarius are evident in the Spanish poet and playwright Federico García Lorca, who himself has a Gemini Sun and a Sagittarius Moon.
Lorca questioned convention, traveled far, refused to hide her sexuality and political views, and lived with integrity despite the immediate and real threats to her life.
Lorca followed the star, writing, “To burn with desire and keep it silent is the greatest punishment we can inflict upon ourselves.” Now is not the time to be silent, to curb your desires, or to limit who you are. Hit the shot, but make sure your aim is correct.
meaning of strawberry moon
according to farmer yearbookThe full moon in June is known as the Strawberry Moon because the first flush of summer marks the time when the widespread wild fruit is ripe and ready for harvest. The name was used by indigenous tribes such as the Algonquin, Ojibwa, Dakota, Lakota, Chippewa, Oneida, and Sioux.
Because of the mutability of Gemini and Sagittarius, the Arapaho of the Great Plains call this month the “Moon of the Buffalo Cry,” after the mythical creature’s mating call.
Similarly, the Inupiat and Tlingit peoples of Alaska refer to the month of June as the “birth month” because many mammals are giving birth right now, giving them the greatest chance of thriving before winter sets in. ” is called. Neopagan religions refer to the June full moon as the “Planting Moon,” while in Europe it is known as the “Rose Moon,” when the Fibonacci flowers bloom.
In many places and languages, the moon is a symbol of fruitfulness and vitality. It blooms, it is born, it groans, it comes into existence. Since this Full Moon is occurring in a mutable constellation, the mutable masses will be more sensitive to its effects.
To find out more about this month, read your June horoscope here.
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