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Waning Gibbous Moon image.

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Waning Gibbous Moon: 78% Illum.
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Full Moon Phase

Full Moon

(waning/180-135 degrees)

A veil of self-absorption is lifted and suddenly you gain access to an unbiased view of others. This is a rare moment when you can see yourself objectively and become aware of whether or not what you want in your heart is actually beginning to manifest in your life. Traditionally, the Full Moon phase stirs emotion, and this is because when you "see" what is happening, you may become upset if you’re experiencing the "same ole, same ole" -- rather than the things you would like. If the Full Moon phase is a disappointment, on the next New Moon it's time to take creative action in the direction of your dreams.


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New Moon

(waxing/0°-45°)

Gibbous

(waxing/135°-180°)

Last Quarter

(waning/90°-45°)

Crescent

(waxing/45°-90°)

Full Moon

(waning/180°-135°)

Balsamic

(waning/45°-0°)

First Quarter

(waxing/90°-135°)

Disseminating

(waning /135°-90°)

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by Astrology Detective

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