The Strawberry Moon will spectacularly light up the night and morning skies Tonight and on Thursday, June 28, when it reaches its full moon phase.
So why exactly is the June full moon known as the Strawberry Moon?
The unusual name can be traced back to the Native American Algonquin tribes.
By naming the various phases of the moon, the Algonquin were able to keep track of the seasons.
And the Strawberry Moon signalled the time was right to harvest ripening wild berries.
Strawberry Moon signalled the time was right to harvest ripening wild berries.
This Full Moon is also pivotal because it precedes the Solar Eclipse on July 12, representing a time when a course change can make a significant difference in how our upcoming eclipse season unfolds. It will be up to each of us to observe the events that unfold this week and take personal responsibility for changing that which is within our power to change – even if that change is merely a shift in attitude or perspective.
love, k ♡