First, the Moon in Leo is a star and stars like to be seen.
Second, retrograde Mercury in Aquarius is involved here. He loves to shock.
Saturn in Scorpio will square the Sun, the full moon and Mercury.
This makes me think of Al Pacino in “Dog Day Afternoon”. He plays a charismatic, gay bank robber. The movie was shocking for its time and it still is.
In the movie, Pacino’s character stands in front of the bank he’s robbing, which is surrounded by police. He’s able to get the crowd to cheer for him in this circumstance. His character is believable.
Just because you’ve not seen it before does not mean it won’t happen or it can’t be done. Dog Day Afternoon was based on a true story! So what we have with this full moon is surprise, drama and creative speech, at the least!
Also note, we’ve got a cardinal grand cross in effect at the same time. Venus, Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto are involved. Expect sparks to fly!
Someone asked me if the drama under this full moon was “good”. I said it was, but I have Venus in Leo and a cast-iron stomach!
The full moon takes place at 26 Leo. That’s a super-sensitive point in my chart, so we’ll see!
Where does the full moon fall in your chart?
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