The moon and her many phases touch everyone in some manner; this is a natural phenomenon.
During both New and Full Moons, the sun's gravity reinforces that of the moon, increasing the magnetic pull of tides, so image what this does to humans.
Sagittarians, known as the most open of all the zodiac signs to the spectacular and ethereal, easily succumb to the Full Moon.
All it takes is that one tiny little cosmic push and those Libran scales can topple into wacky discord and unbalance.
There we go again. Right after Sagittarius at the end of the year, you’ve got your Capricorn thinkers all revved up with no place to go.
Oh, you pretty things, you. Don’t you know you’re driving your mommas and poppas insane?
Aries, Aries, Aries. When we want to know how the Full Moon affects us, just put an Aries under a Full Moon and you’ve got a recipe for a full-blown avalanche of emotions.
During both New and Full Moons, the gravity of the sun reinforces that of the moon, causing the magnetic pull of tides to increase, so just imagine what it does to us.
The moon pulls on our life source, our mental universe; it pulls on our emotions, our judgment. It can disrupt our thinking and make us paranoid.
But the moon can also give us power, magic, and magical thinking.