Blue Moon in Aquarius – Hope for Humanity ~ August 20, 2021

It might not always feel this way, but there is beauty and love in the world. In January, I looked at our numerology and astrology and knew this would be a dramatic year. 2021 is a 5 Universal Year. 5 always brings shocks, sudden changes, and a shakeup of the status quo. Our two social planets, Saturn and Jupiter, are both in Aquarius throughout 2021.
On Sunday, August 22nd, we have a Blue Moon in Aquarius at 29°.29° is the final degree of the sign. It is considered the degree of mastery.
As a collective, we are mastering the lessons of Aquarius.
This is considered a Blue Moon because it is the second consecutive Full Moon in Aquarius within a month. (This is happening on the Master Number 22 day of August).Aquarius is a humanitarian sign. It governs groups, friendships, hopes, dreams, and society.It is the sign of the rebel and revolutionary. Aquarius at is best brings broad societal changes that benefit humanity. The shadow side of the Aquarius can result in group rebellion that completely lacks humanity. We are seeing both now. Yet, don’t lose your faith.
This beautiful Blue Moon has a message for you.
If you want to help the world, keep shining your light and never give up hope. The Full Moon in Aquarius is aligned opposite the Sun in Leo, the sign that teaches you to shine brightly and believe in yourself. Aquarius teaches you that it is your unique individuality that is essential to benefit the greater good.With no challenging aspects, this Blue Moon is blessed with a conjunction to Jupiter, the planet of joy, abundance, luck, and optimism. 
Full Moons are an ideal time for releasing what no longer serves you so you can create space for blessings.

This is a pivotal time on the planet. However you choose to observe this Blue Moon, remember to believe in yourself and never give up on your dreams. 

Many angels are walking among us, and you are one of them.

~ Kari

By cindyloucbp

Cynthia is the typical Pisces! Her left brain activities include scientific activities in the hospital laboratory as a director. Her right-brain activites show as a painter, photographer and musician. She is known as the scientist who sings!

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