Last Full Moon Of The Decade Happens On 12/12 At 12:12 ET

That’s a lot of 12s!

By Marilyn Nelson on December 10, 2019
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This Thursday, December 12th at exactly 12:12 a.m. ET the final full moon of the decade will take place.

According to the Farmer’s Almanac, the number 12 holds special significance – if you’re into numerology.

Think about this. There are 12 months in the year, and a day is made up of two 12-hour halves.

The zodiac is made up of twelve signs. 

In numerology, the number 12 symbolizes completion, reincarnation, perfect harmony, achievement and independence.

In Chinese numerology, the number 1 – yang – is ruled by the sun. The 2 – yin – is ruled by the moon. Together, the number 12 equals harmony.

Some believe this is a good time to wrap up the past and clear a path for all the good things the universe is about to bestow on us.

This particular full moon is called the “Cold Moon” or Long Night’s Moon,” for the time of year.

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