What’s in store for Saturday’s Full Moon, according to the horoscope?
THE FULL MOON in Aquarius will appear around 3.37 a.m. on Saturday, July 24, and it will be strong.
There is a Full Moon and a New Moon every month, and depending on which sign these lunar events occur in, they will have a varied affect on all of us people gazing up at the Moon. Some people use rituals to harness the Moon’s abilities, but if that’s not your thing, you can simply observe and listen to the teachings the Moon is telling you. This website spoke with Kirsty Gallagher (@kirsty gallagher_ on Instagram), Moon Mentor and author of Lunar Living: Working with the Magic of the Moon Cycles, to get the horoscope for Saturday’s Full Moon.
On Saturday, July 24, there will be a Full Moon in Aquarius, which will likely feel like a breath of fresh air for us all.
“The Capricorn Full Moon in June arrived to guide us into the second half of the year, and then the New Moon in her sign of Cancer brought us home to ourselves,” Kirsty continued.
“The Aquarius Full Moon is here now to assist us in opening ourselves up to our full potential and future.”
According to Kirsty, this Full Moon will be dramatic, electrifying, transforming, and liberating.
“It’ll light up the heavens and our lives like a lightning bolt,” the Moon Mentor said.
“Just as the air feels clearer after a large storm, we and our life will feel the same way following this Full Moon.”
She said that this Aquarius full moon is one of two Aquarius full moons in a row.
“The second one will be on August 22nd, and it will be a Blue Moon,” Kirsty explained.
Are you stuck in a rut? Don’t worry, the Aquarius Full Moons will lead you in the right direction.
“This Full Moon will show where you need to make changes, where you are being called in a new direction, and what you are done with that needs to fall away,” Kirsty stated.
“Perhaps you’ve been acting in parts you don’t want to play, agreeing to things you don’t want to agree to, or presenting yourself as a version of yourself you don’t want to be?
“These two,” says the narrator of Brinkwire Summary News.