The full moon in Cancer will take place in the early evening on January 17th at 27 degrees. Emotional intensity is a given in this case as the full moon will oppose Pluto at 26 degrees. This is bound to scare people.
You might witness or be part of a family power struggle. There’s definitely two parties faced off here but the other party may not be a another person or persons. We’re talking about Capricorn here. It could be a corporation or some other type of authority.
For some, this will signify a death in the family. I’m sorry! It doesn’t have to be a physical death, necessarily. But an ending of some type. And it doesn’t have to be tragic!
I was talking to a gal recently about the family power transferring to her from her parents. This could be a legacy thing. There are plenty of people out there taking care of their aging parent(s). This could be the point where your responsibility begins or end.
I do think many will be “marked” by this. That’s a word I used when Saturn and Pluto were conjoined in Capricorn. We all recall the end of 2020. This full moon hits near the same spot. Hey, I’d now. It hits my chart hard.
I don’t know what to say besides this isn’t a “party” full moon. It’s heavy and emotions run deep. I can add this that the sun, moon and Pluto receive no aspects from other planets. There is nothing to fuzz this over or soften it but there is also nothing to aggravate it. This is more like a crystalline point in time.
If you have planets in Cardinal signs near these degrees or angles (I have both), you will most definitely be engaged. I’m not afraid but I’m aware. I know this is one to watch.
I mentioned depth and power but emotional fortitude fits beautifully as well. I know a gal who got together with her three sisters for Christmas. The oldest one was not going to come. My friend told her, you will come! This may be the last Christmas we get to spend together.
“Okay, I’ll come.”
How to you feel about this full moon in Cancer?