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October’s Full Moon In Aries Is Here To Cause Some Serious Drama For Your Zodiac Sign
Short of the Real Housewives stars, pretty much no one wants to have drama in their life, like, ever. But sometimes you have to wade through it in order to get to a better place where you actually feel balanced and, dare I say, peaceful.
But before you can enjoy any of that, strap yourself in, because you’re about to face a whole boatload of drama thanks to the Full Moon in Aries on October 14 (8:07am Syd time).
It’s called a Full Hunter’s Moon, and it’s going to push you to get through some crap before you reach a peaceful point in your life, according to certified astrologer Donna Page. Buuut there’s a little more to it than that.
Here’s what you can expect from the Full Hunter’s Moon in Aries, and how it’s going to affect your future.
What is the Full Hunter’s Moon in Aries?
You already know from middle school science class (and, ya know, looking at the night sky) that the moon has different phases. Just in case you’re a little rusty on them when the moon is full, it looks like a big, bright circle in the sky.
This particular upcoming moon is significant because it’s the first full moon that happens after the Harvest Moon, according to the Farmer’s Almanac.
How will this full moon in Aries impact your zodiac sign?
So…there’s a lot to unpack here. This is a “very complicated full moon,” Page says, in part because it’s a time when the sun and the moon are “deeply connected” to Pluto. Pluto is all about transformation, obsession, jealousy, intensity, and passion—the big stuff…eek.
Heads up: The Full Moon in Aries will affect all zodiac signs, but Aries, Libra, Capricorn, and Cancer will feel it the most.
What does the Full Hunter’s Moon in Aries mean for your future?
It kind of depends on what’s happening in your life leading up to this point. If you’re stuck in a relationship, friendship, or situation that isn’t ideal, this Full Moon may finally give you the push you need to ditch it once and for all.
If things are generally going well for you, though, you’ll find a way to make your day-to-day even better. Maybe you’ll finally nail that regular gym routine or become a meal-prep master to make weeknight dinners a breeze. As long as it makes your life easier and more balanced, go for it.
When is the next full moon?
The next full moon is on November 12, in the sign of Taurus. During this time, you’ll crave stability and learn to roll with the punches that life dishes out.
Until then, you’ve got a little crap to get through. But, hey, at least it’s good to know that easier times are coming.
This article originally appeared on Women’s Health US.
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