Luna makes a buoyant sextile with now-direct Jupiter during the afternoon before rising big and silver at sunset.
This is the first Full Moon since June to not be eclipsed, and thus heralds the return of light to the night sky. Its silver beams ride out from the present in a fan of directions, each charting a divergent timeline. There are a variety of ways that the rest of 2019 can play out for you, and this moment in mid-August is one of the key moments for figuring out how you’re going to finish things off.
It is worth noting that although the Moon’s moment of perfect fullness will occur after sunrise on Thursday in some North and South American time zones, Wednesday night hosts the fullest Moon people living in those zones will see.Horoscopes & Ongoing Influences
Moon in Aquarius, Full Moon
Moon Sextile Jupiter: Aug 14, 1:37 PM PDT
Full Moon: Aug 15, 5:29 AM PDT
Moon Opposite Venus: Aug 15, 6:17 AM PDT