Now here comes the full moon in Pisces, early in the morning, the 19th of September.
I like this situation, because it’s pure. To get a handle on it, just imagine being stuck in a traffic jam. You’ve been stuck in the jam for awhile. You’re late, you’re stuck, someone is pissed, and all the sudden two lights appear, in relationship. It’s going to get your attention, right?
You may be frightened or you may be in awe, but in whatever case, something is up and something is going to be illuminated under this full moon.
For insight, check the house where the full moon (26 degrees Pisces) falls in your chart. That area will be sensitized.
If you hurt at this time, you can escape (Pisces) via service (Virgo).
I live in Colorado. We once had a terrific snowstorm, right before Thanksgiving. As a result, hundreds of trucks (and other vehicles) were stopped in the mountains for days, unable to make it to the Denver area. The grocery stores were wiped out, but never mind that. These poor truck-drivers were stuck in the cold.
The harsh sky reminds me of that storm. The full moon describes the people who felt compassion and left their vehicle to render aid or offer emotional (Pisces) or practical (Virgo) assistance to others. It’s amazing how much you help yourself when you help others.
Where does the full moon fall in your chart?