moonrise_oregonForecast 7/22 A Mars/Jupiter picture in the early morning can lead to fun in romance or an extra sprint at the gym.

The Aquarius Full Moon on 7/22 has more vibrant energy than usual; folks who work in ER pay attention to this once a month occurrence, but expect more outrageous acts. Stay home or get in the swing of it, depending on your proclivity. The Full Moon is exact at 2:16 p.m. at 0°5”.

This isn’t necessarily bad or dangerous- but there is an unexpected and over-the-top edge to it. Venus enters Virgo, which adds a grounding tone to relationships and monetary dealings, but the Sun soars into Leo announcing the season of party and play. This creates a back and forth action that can go either way- but if you are able to pull in the disparate elements you can come up a winner.

Use the exuberance of the Leo energy to propel you towards the big dream. This is not an even-keeled situation; you may find contrary discussions or a challenge within yourself.

When contemplating the Sabian Symbol** for the Sun “A case of apoplexy”, this certainly doesn’t speak of a time of merriment. Yet the symbol for the Moon is “An old adobe mission”.

If the image for the Sun describes a time when blood to the head causes a physical explosion, the Moon image describes a baked edifice, frozen by the heat. Since full moons are always about integration these images speak to the need to rein in emotion to create something lasting.

This is a highly inspired energetic thrust, so use it to your best advantage. Make calls, make overtures, throw your net out as far as you can; unexpected riches find their way home.

** We are still in the process of understanding the Sabian symbols, which were channeled in 1925. The spiritualist astrologer Marc Edmund Jones, took Elsie Wheeler, a clairvoyant confined to a wheelchair to a San Diego park with a project. He put a symbol for each of the 360° of the zodiacal wheel on 360 cards. She proceeded to come up with visual phrases for each one of them. They were done in random order and they have a magic that is hard to decipher, yet feels totally right.

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