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We Overcome


Full Moon | July 13, 2022 | 21 Capricorn 21


This Full Moon in Capricorn indicates that although some might think we are careening toward disaster with too much momentum, actually, we are rising like the phoenix. We are being called to face our fears.


At the New Moon in Cancer, we were handed the Roe vs. Wade strike down.


Well, all rise! The Honorable Judge We-Got-This has entered the courtroom.


It’s two weeks later and the Full Moon is conjunct Pluto a strong sign that things have got to change, Pluto is in the sign Capricorn and it’s not looking good--not just regarding women’s health issues, but lots of things, personal and political are just not looking good. All rise!


In the words of a gospel song, we’re going through. The walls are tumbling down and our new shape shall be revealed. We are being called through the darkest and the ugliest and the coldest of circumstances. It may seem that we have reached the end, but we are rising. Take a deep breath. After the darkness comes the dawn of a happy day.


If you are worried about work, health, or shelter, this message is especially for you. There is always another step possible.


This might be the darkest hour; however, dawn is next as the Moon enters Aquarius. There will be a clearing.


Good news! Freedom’s coming!


The Sun in Cancer, sign of feelings, home and family and if you are at risk in this area, you are, even now, cared for.


Mercury in Cancer may have you wondering if you can rely on yourself as it squares Chiron, Wounded Healer, in Aries. Listen to the beat of a different drummer. Listen to what calls you. Are you feeling a call to ministry, kindness and tenderness? Maybe you want to teach or publish. It is the call of spirit, the call of enchantment that gives you the magic to sweeten the world with a belief in friendly goodness.


Venus in Gemini squares Neptune and trines Saturn at the same time. The square suggests love is false while the trine suggests love is real. Maybe the takeaway is to watch where we put our focus. I found myself drawn to poetry for inspiration. It served me better than music, my usual go-to for inspiration. I found Saturn steadiness in Rudyard Kipling’s, If, “. . . lose, and start again at your beginnings, and never breathe a word about your loss” and William Ernest Henley’s Invictus, “Out of the night that covers me, black as a pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever god’s may be, for my unconquerable soul.”


Practicum


Read and/or write some inspiring poetry!


...Let a new earth rise. Let another world be born. Let a

bloody peace be written in the sky. Let a second

generation full of courage issue forth; let a people

loving freedom come to growth. Let a beauty full of

healing and a strength of final clenching be the pulsing

in our spirits and our blood. Let the martial songs

be written, let the dirges disappear. Let a race of men now

rise and take control.

—Margaret Walker (For My People Everywhere)


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