The full supermoon in Capricorn is exact at 2:37 pm on Wednesday July 13th.
This means that the moon will be at its closest point to the earth this year. In scientific terms it will be at a perigee distance of only 221,994 miles from earth.
I’ve felt the intensity of this moon already. Have you?
The Energy of the July Full Supermoon
Full moons are a time of release. They also represent a finale or an ending.
The Sun is in the sign of Cancer and is conjunct with the dwarf planet Ceres and with the planet Mercury.
Cancer is a cardinal water sign. The energy is emotional, intuitive, nurturing, and introverted. At a lower vibration it can be smothering, worrisome, and withdrawn.
The Goddess Ceres
Ceres energy has nuances of Cancer. It represents how we nurture others and how we need to be nurtured. It also represents how we feel about our worthiness and how we take care of ourselves.
Mercury, the messenger of the Gods, is bringing us information about all of this. Are we thinking and communicating in a way that represents our worthiness and honors the worthiness of others?
The moon rules Cancer. During a full moon, the Sun and the Moon are always in opposition. Oppositions have the energy of polarity. There’s a tug and a pull between the energies.
Thankfully, the moon is in the cardinal earth sign of Capricorn.
The July Moon over Willimantic Whitewater Park - copywrite Susan A. Beauregard 2022