love, adults over twenty
will have allergies.
Tonight's Full Moon could well be named the Lovesick Moon--Moon is both at Perigee (closest orbital approach to Earth) and at it's loony Fullest. Jupiter hidden in the beams of the Sun inspires us to target happiness blindly. Venus flirts with the twinned fishes (Pisces), a realm of illusion and dissolution. In mythology, Aphrodite (Venus) and her baby son Eros (Cupid), fleeing the monster Typhon (Typhoon) and were saved by climbing on to the backs of two fishes who swam away with them. It may be the ancients actually meant dolphins when they said fishes--but we call Orcas whales, when actually they're dolphins, so it's not just the ancients who are confused by Piscean things.
A lot of fishy business is going on, with love and desire blended into the mix. Aspects favor illusions in love, delusions in love, love-sickness, longing for love, happiness that proves ephemeral, love-regrets, a misplaced sense of reality (especially where it concerns desire) ... in other words, a romance novelist's dream.
If we had a holodeck, like they do in Star-Trek we'd be all set, because "reveling in an illusion," is what this Moon is all about. Lacking holo-technology, we can go see a play, movie, sack out in front of the tube, work on our romance novel--or any other artistic endeavor that requires stepping outside the bounds of reality for entertainment's sake.
But take action in regards to love--be it falling in or staggering out--under this Moon, only if we enjoy the feeling of being swept out to sea. If we decide to proceed, do expect odd looks from the new love or divorce attorney when we show up wearing a life jacket.
Info on how this Full Moon might affect our Sign is available under "Weekly horoscopes," at Trish Marie Astrology ; the 'scope for our Rising Sign may offer insight too as Sun Sign horoscopes are written assuming the Sun Sign is also the rising sign.