It’s a time of high anticipation, as our planet moves into the next phase of its yearly lunar cycle.
And while we can’t see any signs of a major change on our side of the Moon, it could be something big to come.
Jupiter is currently in the sign of Scorpio, which means Scorpio is about to get the moon, according to astrologers.
So if you’re a Scorpio or Sagittarius follower, you may be thinking that Jupiter’s Moon phase will soon be upon us.
While the planet is currently up in the sky, the sign that represents the rising of the sun is also the one that signals when the Moon moves to the Earth.
That means that as the Moon is currently moving toward the Earth, it’s the sign we’re seeing.
But, of course, that means that the Moon isn’t moving directly toward us, as it’s already there.
Instead, the Moon will be moving around Jupiter in the opposite direction, making it easier for it to appear on our day-to-day horizon.
This happens when the Sun’s rays strike the Moon.
As it moves away from the Sun, the Sun will appear darker, and the Moon’s light will appear dimmer.
This will mean the Moon appears in a more dimly lit part of the sky.
So when the Earth and Moon are in the same sign, it will appear as if the Earth has moved.
This isn’t necessarily bad news for Jupiter, as the planet’s moon is very close to the Sun and is a bright object that we can see in our sky.
But this is also an indication that we’ll see some signs of changes, and even signs of life.
The Moon is also a sign of the planets ascension, which happens every two years.
Jupiter’s moon rises and sets on the same day every year, which makes it a good indicator of the time of the planet and the solar cycle.
When Jupiter is in Scorpio (the sign of Capricorn), this means that it will be up about a full hour before the Moon rises, and Jupiter will be at its highest point on the day of the full moon.
Scorpio also has the sign Aries (the Greek word for spring), which means the rising is already starting, and will start soon.
The planet will be in its best position for the full moons and solstices, which are the days and nights of the year when the stars are brightest.
This is one sign that’s always changing with the Moon on our calendar, but it also means we’re getting some great information.
We’re already seeing some amazing moon phases, and it’s exciting to know that we’re moving into the right sign.
Jupiter will move to the sign Sagittaria in August, which is the sign you’re looking for to start the next lunar cycle, which will begin on September 14.
That’s when the planet will begin to set on September 25.
As you can see, there are some pretty exciting signs for the beginning of this year.
We can’t wait to see what happens next!
Learn more about the signs you can expect in August!
More Moon Facts: The Moon is a sign that indicates when the planets sun will rise and set on the opposite side of our planet.
It also means that if the Moon turns into a red planet, it means we’ll have the full sun in our morning and evening skies.
Scorpios are a sign for the Moon and the Earth’s equator, which indicates the rising will be cooler.
Sagittarias are a time for the Sun to rise and fall, which tells us that Jupiter will get closer and closer to us as the year progresses.
Aquarius is a time to be up early, because it marks the start of the winter solstice, which marks the return of spring.
It’s also a time when the rising Sun is at its best.
If you’re not a Scorpius follower, the new Moon is still up in our skies, and you can still see the moon at times.
If you’re in Sagittarian, Jupiter is up at its brightest point, meaning the moon will appear in its brightest part of our sky in the morning.
Aquarius is also up for the start to the new year, as you’ll see the full Moon set at its new position, meaning it’ll be up before the new moon at the end of the new lunar cycle (August 28-September 7).
If you don’t see the new moons up on the horizon, don’t worry, we’ll be there for you!
We’ve been covering the signs and signs you should look out for this new year and beyond.
Get ready to find out what signs we’re looking forward to this year, and what we’re anticipating in the coming year!