Soon time to LOOK UP ~ Full Moon Magic! Keep an open heart, dear Kindred, as this particular moon energy may well spark some romance in the air! In the evening of Tuesday, June 14th, just after sunset, those in the Northern Hemisphere, look towards the southeast to watch the full Moon rise gently above the horizon. On Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at 11:52 pm UTC, fans of celestial events will be able to witness the 'Strawberry Super Moon' shining at its peak in gorgeous tangerine colors. June’s full Moon will reach peak illumination at 7:52 A.M. Eastern Time on June 14, but will not be visible in North American time zones until later that night, when it drifts above the horizon. In the Southern Hemisphere it is called the Oak Moon, Cold Moon, Long Night's Moon and will occur on Tuesday, June 14 at 22:52 at Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST). Because the Full Moon is an early morning, expect that the Moon will appear full for about three days centered on this time, from Sunday evening through Wednesday morning.