I have admittedly limited astrological knowledge, but even certain wild animals seem to recognize a full moon when they see one.
The full moon means different things to different people. I remember reading once that you should plan a party as close to a full moon as possible. Thanks to subtle energies at work, people are ready to let loose, and the event will be more memorable.
In terms of my own experience, I have found that the full moon is a time when the truth tends to come out for better or worse. When I take my Freemasonry education and stir it up with everything else I think I know, the full moon reminds me of The All Seeing Eye of God.
It’s like, when the full moon is watching you, it’s harder to keep things a secret. Your boss is more likely to smell the alcohol on your breath. Your spouse is more likely to find out about that money you gambled away. Someone you look up to is more likely to discover the porn habit you never told anyone about. See Luke 8:17:
“For nothing is hidden that will not become evident, nor anything secret that will not be known and come to light.”
The fact is, the moon is watching us. It’s almost always full somewhere, just roaming the earth, keeping an eye out. If and how the things it sees are processed is beyond me. Still, every time I see it (I had a dream about a golden full moon last night), it’s a call to integrity. “Get your stuff together, son.” I’ll know I’ve made it when I no longer feel the need to hide anything from anyone. In the meantime, the full moon will keep calling me out.