Full moon eclipse
In North America, we often call the November full moon the Beaver Moon or Frosty Moon. This November’s full moon shines directly in front of the constellation Taurus the Bull and presents the third and final full moon of this Northern Hemisphere autumn or Southern Hemisphere spring.
For us in North America, the moon will turn full during the nighttime hours on November 29-30 to present a partial penumbral eclipse of the moon. It’ll be a faint eclipse – nearly undetectable – so some of you will swear nothing is happening even while staring straight at it. But more attentive people may notice a subtle shading on the moon, even without knowing an eclipse is taking place.
Besides the eclipse, this full moon will be on Gemini, posing the need for changes and spontaneity. You may feel the need to share your feelings with others. Embrace your more talkative side, and speak with ease.
You might also have a better ability to keep a cool head. Harmony of thinking and feeling is essential. Knowing that, leverage this eclipse to list the things you want to change in your life and talk about it with your family and friends.
The end of the year is approaching, and it is a wonderful moment to start making plans for the next one. Good luck!1 Like