The final full moon of the decade occurs tonight.

Will it affect you?

The sky is clear, and the first photo was taken over Royal Lytham St Golf course just after 4pm tonight. Ironically, it’s a beautiful shot of the moon between sunset kissed clouds, (yet full moon in a sunset sounds impossible!! )

Taken tonight about 16.35, (night setting on camera)

This full moon is the 13th and final lunar cycle this year, and its known as many things worldwide, but in the UK most commonly known as the ‘Cold moon’ referring to low winter temperatures, or the ‘Long Night Moon’ as it’s occurred just after the Winter Solstice.

In the astrological sign of Cancer, moongazers are said to focus upon ‘home and family’, (not hard in Tier 3 restrictions 😬) and to use this as time for ‘smudging and cleansing’ and creating greater equilibrium in their lives. It’s also a time to leave the challenges of 2020 behind, and move into 2021 with renewed energy and focus.

Whatever you do, have a lovely evening, and if you get chance, go and have a look at this stunning moon tonight! 😊

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